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Harp and Voice

Folk – Welsh, Irish, Scottish, American

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Magical Songs from Voices of the Trees

Harp Solos

 

The Ash Grove

 

"The ash grove, how graceful, how plainly ‘tis speaking,

The wind through it playing has language for me.”

 

A traditional Welsh folk song, arranged for harp and voice. The harp plays a counterpoint to the voice throughout the piece, interweaving with it wonderfully in “The friends of my childhood…” The sheet music includes words, melody, chords, and an arrangement that was made with the lever harp in mind (accidentals are avoided) but can also be played on the pedal harp. Four pages, printed in black on ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Level: intermediate; in the key of G. $3.00.

 

All Through the Night

 

"Sleep, my child, and peace attend thee,

All through the night.”

 

A lovely Welsh lullaby, arranged for harp and voice. The sheet music includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp, and like most harp music, it can also be played on the piano. Four pages, printed in black on ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Level: easy to intermediate; in the key of G. $3.00.

 

Suo Gan (Lullaby)

 

"To my lullaby surrender,

Warm and tender is my breast."

 

A traditional Welsh lullaby, in a beautiful arrangement for harp and voice. The sheet music, in Welsh and English, includes three verses in each language, melody, chord symbols, and arrangement for the harp. The music is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, printed in black on ivory paper. Level: easy to intermediate; in the key of C. $3.00. Click to see our lullabies page.

 

 

The Gartan Mother’s Lullaby

 

“Sleep, O babe, for the red bee hums the silent twilight's fall.
Aoibheall from the grey rock comes, to wrap the world in thrall...”

 

A beautiful old lullaby with lyrics by Joseph Campbell and a traditional melody collected in Donegal by Herbert Hughes, arranged for lever harp and voice. It is in the key of C; its one B-flat chord is played by flatting the lowest B string on the harp before beginning to play. The sheet music is 4 pages, printed on ivory paper, and includes words (3 verses), melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. Level: lower to middle intermediate. $3.00.

 

Ballinderry

 

"’Tis pretty to be in Ballinderry,

Pretty to be in Aughalee;

’Tis prettier to be on bonny Ram’s Island,

Sitting forever beneath a tree.”

 

A lovely, traditional song from the West of Ireland with the refrain “Ochon” (“Alas!”), sung by a girl whose lover, Phelim, left her to emigrate to America and was lost at sea. The sheet music includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the lever or pedal harp, and like all harp music, it can also be played on the piano. It is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper. Easy to intermediate; in the key of C with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

Down by the Salley Gardens

 

"Down by the Salley Gardens

My love and I did meet…."

 

Written in 1889 by William Butler Yeats in celebration of his love for Maud Gonne and set – by Yeats himself – to the Irish traditional air “The Maids of Mourne Shore.” Here it is presented as sheet music, beautifully arranged for harp and voice. The music is 4 pages long, 8½” x 11”, printed on ivory paper. It includes the words, melody, arrangement for the harp, and chord symbols. It is in the key of C with no accidentals, and the level is easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

The Pity of Love

 

“A pity beyond all telling

Is hid in the heart of love.”

 

A musical setting of the classic poem by W.B. Yeats. What Yeats meant by “pity” is what we would call “tenderness”: he expresses the wish to protect his beloved even from such innocent things as “the clouds on their journeys above.”  The music, by Shirley Starke, is in the style of Irish traditional folk songs. 4 pages (all music), 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Into the Twilight

“Outworn heart, in a time outworn,
Come clear of the nets of wrong and right;
Laugh, heart, again in the grey twilight,
Sigh, heart, again in the dew of the morn."

"Into the Twilight," by William Butler Yeats, is one of the classic poems of the Celtic Twilight. This sheet music presents it set to music and arranged for the lever harp. The level is easy to intermediate, and the harp plays a delicate counterpoint to the melody. Four pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper, with an intricate Celtic harp illustation by Elly Fithian. $3.00.

 

Eight More Irish Folk Songs for Harp and Voice

 

Greensleeves

 

“Alas, my love, you do me wrong

To cast me off discourteously...”

 

The original 16th-century English song, including all eight verses attributed to King Henry VIII, arranged for harp and voice. The sheet music includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the lever or pedal harp. The sheet music is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper. Level: easy; in the key of G with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

As Sylvie Was Walking

 

"Once I had a sweetheart and now I have none…

He's gone and leaved me in sorrow to mourn."

 

The popular song "Once I Had A Sweetheart" consists of verses 4, 5, and 6 of this traditional English folk song. Here we present the entire song as it was collected in 1911. The sheet music is 4 pages, printed on ivory paper, and includes words (all seven verses), melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. It is in the key of C; there are two accidentals, but those notes can be omitted by lever harpists if desired and the music will still sound beautiful! Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Wild Mountain Thyme

 

“Will ye go, lassie, go, And we’ll all go together,

To pluck wild mountain thyme All around the blooming heather…”

 

A beautiful arrangement of the popular Scottish folk song based on the original by Robert Tannahill. The harp soars exuberantly in this arrangement, which includes a fair amount of harp solo music along with accompaniment for the voice. This sheet music is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper, and includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the lever or pedal harp. Level: intermediate; 6/8 time; in the key of G with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

Be Thou My Vision

 

"Be Thou my battle Shield, Sword for the fight,

Be Thou my Dignity, Thou my Delight,

Thou my soul's Shelter, Thou my high Tower;

Raise Thou me heavenward, O Power of my power."

 

This ancient Irish hymn by Dallan Forgail dates from the eighth century and was translated into English in the 19th century. Its melody is the Irish folk tune “Slane.” The sheet music includes words (5 verses), melody, and arrangement for the lever harp. 4 pages, printed on ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

How Great Thou Art – for Harp and Voice

 

“Then sings my soul, my Savior, God, to Thee,

How great Thou art, how great Thou art!”

 

One of the favorite hymns of all time, written in Sweden in 1886 by Carl Boberg and translated into English by Stuart K. Hine in 1899. Here it is presented in a lovely arrangement for harp and voice. It is in the key of G, with no accidentals. We also have this song available as a harp solo, both alone and as part of the Hymns Medley, so please specify which you want. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Our Father - The Lord’s Prayer

 

"Our father, who art in Heaven,

hallowed be Thy name..."

 

Extraordinarily beautiful setting of the words of Jesus when He was asked, “Teach us to pray.” The music includes the entire prayer, with “For Thine is the kingdom…” and a sixfold Amen with cascades of downward-broken chords. The sheet music includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. It is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper. Intermediate; in the key of C with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

Were You There? – for Harp and Voice

 

“Were you there when they crucified my Lord?”

 

The popular spiritual from Old Plantation Hymns, Boston, 1899, arranged for harp and voice. The harp arrangement includes broken chords and counter-melody to set off the lovely and moving words and melody. The sheet music includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. We also have this as a harp solo, so please specify which you want. Level: easy to intermediate; in the key of D with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

What Wondrous Love Is This?

 

"What wondrous love is this, O my soul?” 

 

The traditional hymn with words by Alexander Means (1801-1853) and melody from William Walker's Southern Harmony, 1835, beautifully arranged for lever harp and voice. The sheet music is 4 pages, 8 1/2” x 11”, printed in black on ivory paper, and includes words (3 verses), melody for voice, and arrangement for the lever harp. Level: easy to intermediate; no sharps, flats, or lever changes. $3.00.

 

When He Cometh (Jewels)

 

"Like the stars of the morning, His bright crown adorning,

They shall shine in their beauty, Bright gems for His crown."

 

A lovely children’s hymn from the Victorian era, written by William O. Cushing and George F. Root. The sheet music is printed on ivory paper, four pages, 8 ½” x 11,” and includes words, melody for voice, and arrangement for the harp. Level: easy to intermediate; in the key of C. $3.00.

 

All Shall Be Well

“All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well.”

A song based on the famous, comforting words of our Lord to Julian of Norwich. The sheet music is 4 pages (all music), 8½" x 11", printed in black on ivory paper, and includes words (5 verses), melody for voice, chord symbols, and arrangement for the harp. The song also appears in lead-sheet form in our book Angel-Chief of Many Names. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

 

"Let all mortal flesh keep silence…

Christ our God to earth descendeth

Our full homage to demand."

 

An ancient carol from the fourth-century Liturgy of St. James, translated from the Greek and set to the 17th century French melody “Picardy.” It is arranged for harp and voice, with the harp playing a counterpoint to the voice, punctuated with shimmering chords. Often sung during Advent, it is appropriate as a Communion hymn as any time. The sheet music is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper. Easy to intermediate; in the key of D minor (one flat) with no lever or pedal changes. $3.00.

 

Ave Maria (Lourdes Hymn)

 

“Immaculate Mary, your praises we sing.

You reign now in splendor with Jesus, our King.”

 

An arrangement of the lovely Lourdes hymn for harp and voice. The sheet music is 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, printed on ivory paper. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

O Light of the Morning

 

“Alpha, the Beginning, Omega, the Ending,
The First and the Last and the Ever-Living One!
Your face is as bright as the sky in the morning,
Your eyes are as bright as the rays of the Sun.”

 

This Christian song of praise is written for lever harp and two voices. Both the melody and harmony are moderate enough in range to be sung by either soprano or alto except the optional obligato in verse 4, where the harmony rises above the melody. The sheet music is 4 pages (all music), 8½" x 11", printed on ivory paper, and includes words (five verses in English and one in the Gaelic in which this song was originally written), melody for two voices, and arrangement for the lever harp. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

A Glove On Your Hand

 

“Let me be like a glove on Your hand.

Let me be like a harp that You are playing.”

 

This new Christian song expresses the desire for union with God that is the longing of every soul, whether aware of it or not. It might help your listeners to recognize this longing in themselves! 4 pages, 8½” x 11”; ivory paper; includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00. Click to hear it in MIDI form (this is made on the computer and won’t sound as good as a real harp!).

 

I Will Follow, Follow You

 

“From the deep places beneath the earth to the heights upon the mountains…

I will follow, follow, follow, I will follow, follow You.”

 

A contemporary Christian song of dedication, love, faith, and hope, with echoes of Ephesians 4:10. Although the light of Christ going before us may seem “as dim as starlight,” we know that He is there – and because we follow Him, we have no fear that death can hold us. The sheet music includes words, melody, and arrangement for the lever harp. 4 pages (all music), ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

 

Cast Aside Thy Cloak of Darkness

 

“Cast aside Thy cloak of darkness,

Jesus, brighter than the sun!”

 

The lyrics are based on a passage by George MacDonald about a character in his book who watches “the far horizon” for the Second Coming of Christ “with His banners.” The melody is “Nettleton” (“Come Thou Fount”), and the harp arrangement can be used for any song with this popular melody. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Hail Holy Queen

 

“Hail Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy…” 

 

A new musical setting of the ancient prayer, with each verse ending with the words “O Clement, O Loving, O Sweet Virgin Mary!”  The sheet music includes words, melody for voice, chords, and a full arrangement for the harp which can also be played alone as a harp solo. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

 

All In White She Came

 

“All in white she came, The time she spoke to them,

A gold border to her veil, A gold star at her hem.”

 

The atmosphere of this little song can perhaps be compared to the scissor-cut art of Sister Mary Jean Dorcy – the lighter, joyful side of our Blessed Mother. Its premise is “What if?” – what if the star on Mary’s hem, as she appeared at Fatima, were a real star “with worlds revolving ‘round it” – wouldn’t it be wonderful to live there? Perfect for children, and the arrangement is easy enough for young beginners, but older harpists can enjoy it too. $3.00.

 

Eight more traditional hymns

 

Lullaby from Voices of the Trees

 

“‘Tis seldom they speak now to us who are grown,

But they sing to you kindly, for you are their own.”

 

This is a very gentle, haunting lullaby telling a child that the trees and night wind call to him to come and play. The arrangement is simple but includes lever changes. 4 pages, printed on ivory paper. Easy to intermediate; in the key of C. $3.00.

 

Dakota Lullaby

 

“Sleep and rest on my breast,

Little love and my treasure,

Safe and warm in my arms:

Love is too great to measure.”

 

As she lulls her child to sleep on a cold January night, a mother muses on the need to cherish the beautiful, peaceful moments in our lives. The words and melody are timeless. Four pages long, printed on ivory paper; includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00. Click to hear it in MIDI form.

 

The Black Bull of Norroway

 

“Seven long years I served for thee,

The bloody shirt I wrang for thee,

The glassy hill I clomb for thee,

Wilt thou not waken and turn to me?” 

 

‘The Black Bull of Norroway” from Andrew Lang’s Blue Fairy Book is one of the most beautiful of all fairy tales and is the one cited by J.R.R. Tolkien in his essay “On Fairy Stories” as an example of the “eucatastrophe” when sorrow turns suddenly to joy. Here it is retold in a song, with the lady’s song to the sleeping knight as its refrain. At the end, the refrain is repeated three times, followed by the spoken words, “He woke, and turned to her.” 

 

The song is written for the harp but can also be played on the guitar or other instruments. The sheet music presents the song in lead-sheet form, including words, melody, and chord symbols, printed in black on ivory paper with a Scottish bull illustration by Elly Fithian. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”. Level: intermediate. $3.00.

 

White Hemlocks, Yellow Violets

 

“White hemlocks, yellow violets, and hyacinths blue:

Three blossoms, three colors that I will give to you;

White moonlight, yellow lamplight, and the green light of leaves,

And the morning, and the evening, and a heart that never grieves.”

 

This song includes words, melody, chord symbols, and an intricate arrangement that is equally suitable for harp, piano, or guitar. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Intermediate. $3.00.

 

O Mourning Dove

 

“O mourning dove, O wind I love, O river swift and glistening,

O willow tree, O curlew free, that sing when none are listening!”

 

A song from Voices of the Trees, arranged for harp and voice, about the mourning dove, the willow, and the curlew, whose songs fall unheard by human ears. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

If I Could Understand the Voices of the Trees

 

“If I could understand the voices of the trees,

whose long and never-fading memories

reach back to ancient battle on the seas

and long fires burning…”  

 

The title song from the Voices of the Trees songbook, arranged for harp and voice. It is written with a line of lyrics chanted in a speaking rhythm on a single note before going on to the next part of the melody – very effective!! 6 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

In Twilight

 

“There are those I have walked with in twilight,

Between the night and morrow,

But none have known my joy who cared

And none have shared my sorrow.”

 

A song from Voices of the Trees, arranged for harp and voice, including words, melody, chord symbols, and arrangement for the lever harp. A second set of lyrics is also included. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

The Rushes

 

“‘Where did you get those words?’ they asked me.

‘Where did you get those rhymes?

‘For though you sing of love and death

‘And tales of old times,

‘Birds sit on rushes all around

‘The borders of your rhymes.’”

 

A delightful song for voice and harp. The harp arrangement increases in complexity and joy as the song goes on, until it soars above the voice. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. Intermediate. $3.00.

 

Frodo’s Lament

 

“When evening in the Shire was grey…”

 

Two musical settings of Frodo’s lament in Lórien from The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien, one arranged for harp and one for piano. The lyrics are not included for copyright reasons, but they may be found in the chapter “The Mirror of Galadriel.” New for 2002. Harp: easy to intermediate. Piano: intermediate. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, ivory paper. $3.00.

 

The Breath of Your Soul

 

“But I’ll never forget, for as long as I live,

The breath of your soul, like starlight and fire.”

 

A love song for harp and voice, which tells of love found and lost, and the hope that what is lost in the physical world will not be lost to the spirit. Although the words are bittersweet, it is a lively and upbeat song with almost a country feel. 4 pages, 8½” x 11”; ivory paper; includes words, melody, chords, and arrangement for the harp. Intermediate. $3.00.

 

One Word Is Too Often Profaned

 

“The desire of the moth for the star, of the night for the morrow,

The devotion to something afar from the sphere of our sorrow.”

 

The beautiful love poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley, set to a gentle melody and arranged for harp and voice. 4 pages (all music), ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

More Music for Harp and Voice

 

The sheet music in our music sets is also available as individual pieces:

 

Irish Folk Songs for Harp and Voice

 

Christmas Carols for Harp and Voice

 

Old Hymns for Harp and Voice

 

Psalms for Harp and Voice

 

Four Celtic Lullabies

 

Harp Solos

 

Prayer for My Love

 

“Sometimes it seems that we sang Your praise

Beyond the world, before our birth…”

 

The quotation is from the optional lyrics, but this is actually an instrumental piece, a tender and moving harp solo that expresses deep and lasting love and would be very suitable for a wedding. 4 pages (all music), ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Intermediate. $3.00.

 

Fairest Lord Jesus

 

“Fair are the meadows, fairer still the woodlands,

Robed in the blooming garb of spring…”

 

This beautiful hymn, also called “Beautiful Savior,” is presented here as a solo for the harp. The melody is played three times, in a very expressive arrangement which builds in intensity with runs and arpeggios. 4 pages, ivory paper, 8½” x 11”. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

How Great Thou Art – Harp Solo

 

“Then sings my soul, my Savior, God, to Thee,

How great Thou art, how great Thou art!”

 

A classic hymn, arranged as a solo for the harp. We also have this song in an arrangement for harp and voice (see below); please specify in your order which you want. The sheet music is 4 pages, 8½” x 11”, printed on ivory paper with a harp illustration by Elly Fithian. Easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Silent Night

 

The melody of “Silent Night,” by Franz Gruber, is presented here as a solo for the lever harp. It is a beautiful arrangement, with runs and arpeggios that blend naturally into the melody, which is repeated three times. This arrangement is also found as the final piece in our Christmas Medley. The sheet music is 4 pages, 8½” x 11", printed in black on ivory paper. Level: easy to intermediate. $3.00.

 

Christmas Medley

 

This harp solo consists of six Christmas carols played as a medley which takes about 17 minutes to perform. The carols are, in order: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel; What Child is This (Greensleeves), Silent Night (key of G); Away In A Manger; We Three Kings; The First Nowell; Silent Night (key of C). It makes an ideal prelude for any Christmas occasion, and can easily be lengthened or shortened to fit the time allotted. Level: intermediate. The sheet music is 12 pages, 8½” x 11”, printed on ivory paper, with a harp illustration by Elly Fithian. $5.50.

 

Old Hymns Medley

 

A harp solo consisting of five favorite hymns, played as a medley which takes about 10 minutes to perform. The hymns are, in order: Ave Maria (Lourdes Hymn); Amazing Grace; Rock of Ages; How Great Thou Art; Fairest Lord Jesus. The hymns are so familiar that most listeners will know the words or at least their general meaning, and it is designed to encourage meditation on the Incarnation, God’s saving grace, and praise and love for God. 8 pages, 8½” x 11”, printed on ivory paper. Intermediate. $4.75.

 

 

Salve Regina

 

“Hail holy queen enthroned above, O Maria!”

 

The traditional “Hail Holy Queen” melody which Catholics have loved and sung for centuries, arranged as a solo for lever or pedal harp. It can be played alone or added to our Old Hymns Medley. The sheet music is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper. Level: intermediate; in the key of D with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

 

Were You There? – Harp Solo

 

Were you there when they crucified my Lord?

The popular spiritual from Old Plantation Hymns, Boston, 1899, arranged as a solo for lever or pedal harp. The arrangement includes broken chords and counter-melody to set off the lovely melody, which moves to a higher octave at the end. It can be played alone or added to our Old Hymns Medley just before “Fairest Lord Jesus.” We also have this for harp and voice, so please specify which you want! Level: intermediate; in the key of D with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

Were You There/Salve Regina Medley

 

A medley of the two pieces above. They are very moving when played together and evoke an image of Mary at the foot of the Cross. Four pages, all music; $3.50.

 

 

Auld Lang Syne

 

The beautiful and well-known Scottish tune, often sung on New Year’s Eve, arranged as a solo for the lever or pedal harp. The melody is enhanced by broken chords and arpeggios that blend naturally into the melody, in a lovely arrangement that increases in power and complexity as it nears the end. The sheet music is 8½" x 11", 4 pages, and printed in black on ivory paper. Level: intermediate; in the key of G with no accidentals. $3.00.

 

Three Celtic Songs

 

Three Irish and Welsh songs – Be Thou My Vision (Slane), The Ash Grove, and All Through the Night, melded into a lovely harp solo. The arrangement includes runs and arpeggios, with the harp weaving sweetly in and out of the melody. 8 pages, printed in black on ivory paper. Easy to intermediate. $4.75.

 

Medley for Mary

 

The beautiful traditional hymns “Immaculate Mary” (“The Lourdes Hymn”) and “Salve Regina,” arranged as a solo for the lever or pedal harp. The songs can be played together, as written, or played singly if the harpist wishes. Easy to intermediate. $3.00

 

 

Hail Holy Queen can also be played as a harp solo.

 

For pictures of all these songs and a longer description of many, see our Thumbnail Index.

 

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The Ash Grove for harp and voice

 

The Ash Grove

 

 

 

Suo Gan for harp and voice

 

Suo Gan

 

 

 

Gartan Mother's Lullaby for harp and voice

 

The Gartan Mother’s Lullaby

 

 

 

Ballinderry, Irish song for harp and voice

 

Ballinderry

 

 

 

Down by the Salley Gardens for harp, Yeats

 

Down by the Salley Gardens

 

 

 

The Pity of Love for harp

 

The Pity of Love

 

 

 

Greensleeves for harp

 

Greensleeves

 

 

 

Wild Mountain Thyme, for harp

 

Wild Mountain Thyme

 

 

Celtic art by Elly Fithian

 

 

 

Be Thou My Vision for harp

 

Be Thou My Vision

 

 

 

How Great Thou Art, harp

 

How Great Thou Art

 

 

 

Our Father, Lord's Prayer, harp

 

Our Father – The Lord’s Prayer

 

 

 

What Wondrous Love Is This for harp and voice

 

What Wondrous Love Is This?

 

 

 

When He Cometh, Jewels, harp and voice

 

When He Cometh

 

 

 

Ave Maria, The Lourdes Hymn, arr. by Shirley Starke

 

Ave Maria

 

 

 

O Light of the Morning, harp song, Shirley Starke

 

O Light of the Morning

 

 

 

A Glove On Your Hand, by Shirley Starke

 

A Glove On Your Hand

 

 

 

Hail Holy Queen, by Shirley Starke

 

Hail Holy Queen

 

 

 

All In White She Came, Fatima, song, Shirley Starke

 

All In White She Came

 

 

Celtic Triskele by Elly Fithian

 

 

 

Lullaby from Voice of the Trees by Shirley Starke

 

Lullaby from Voices of the Trees

 

 

 

The Black Bull of Norroway, song by Shirley Starke

 

The Black Bull of Norroway

 

 

 

White Hemlocks, Yellow Violets, harp song by Shirley Starke

 

White Hemlocks, Yellow Violets

 

 

 

O Mourning Dove, harp song by Shirley Starke

 

O Mourning Dove

 

 

 

If I Could Understand the Voices of the Trees, harp song by Shirley Starke

 

Voices of the Trees

 

 

 

The Rushes, harp music by Shirley Starke

 

The Rushes

 

 

 

Frodo's Lament, harp music by Shirley Starke

 
Frodo’s Lament

 

 

 

The Breath of Your Soul, song by Shirley Starke

 

The Breath of Your Soul

 

 

Irish triskele by Elly Fithian

 

 

 

Prayer for My Love, harp music by Shirley Starke

 

Prayer for My Love

 

 

 

Fairest Lord Jesus, harp solo arranged by Shirley Starke

 

Fairest Lord Jesus

 

 

 

Christmas Medley, by Shirley Starke

 

Christmas Medley

 

 

 

Old Hymns Medley, by Shirley Starke

 

Old Hymns Medley

 

 

 

Salve Regina, harp solo, arranged by Shirley Starke

 

Salve Regina

 

 

 

Auld Lang Syne, harp solo, Shirley Starke

 

Auld Lang Syne

 

 

 

Three Celtic Songs, Shirley Starke - The Ash Grove, Be Thou My Vision, All Through the Night, harp solo

 

Three Celtic Songs

 

 

 

Medley for Mary - medley, Immaculate Mary, Lourdes Hymn, Salve Regina harp

 

Medley for Mary