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Harpists and Clarsach Players in Glasgow and Scotland
Here are but a few of the many professional Scottish-based Harpists we represent. All are experienced in providing music for weddings, background, and concerts.
Alina is a truly International Harpist and her diversified repertoire includes classical, folk and jazz music.
She has performed with many major orchestras in Europe, including the The Young World Symphony Orchestra, The Young German Philharmonic Orchestra, National Opera in Warsaw and Scottish Opera.
In 2001 she recorded a CD and DVD with American harp ensemble Harp Fusion and in 2005 Alina has started her own Record Label "Amadeus Records".
Her new solo CD was released in April 2005, and has featured on Classic FM.
Rachel has performed as a soloist at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the much coveted Edinburgh International Harp Festival.
She has also appeared several times at Glasgow's Celtic Connections Festival and this year she was filmed playing with Irish harper Laoise Kelly, for BBC TV.
Her debut album, "Charmed", featuring mainly solo clarsach, and also pianist Douglas Miller, is currently being recorded at glo-worm studios and will be released this summer.
Jennifer Port - Harpist
Jennifer Port graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama with a BA (Scottish Music) Honours in July 2003, having studied clarsach, singing and composition.
Since then, her career has really taken off and she has performed at at the weddings of Madonna and Guy Ritchie and Travis guitarist Andy Dunlop to Jo Monaghan. She has also regularly performed for leading Parliamentary figures and has played for the Princess Royal and the Duke of York on separate occasions.
Other celebrities include: Gywneth Paltrow, Sting, Donatella Versace, Stella McCartney, Trudie Styler, Dame Maggie Smith, Rupert Everett and Fran Healy.
She is an ambassador for VisitScotland and promoted their "Romantic Scotland" campaign.
Harp and Fiddle Duos
The Harp is a wonderful instrument - and so is the Fiddle. Put them together and you get one of the most beautiful duos in music.
However, don't take our word for it. Listen to the music samples and hear for yourself.
The Harp and Fiddle duo is ideal for weddings and background music at any event or function.
Harp and Fiddle Video Sample
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Harp and Fiddle Sound Samples
Just double-click on a link and it should start playing in Windows Media Player within ten seconds. If you are having trouble playing the MP3 see the Help section at the bottom of this page.Fennick - MP3 (896KB)
The Curlew - MP3 (792KB)
To Hire a Harpist
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If you cannot email, then give us a ring on 0141 577 6604.
Tips For A Super Wedding
Tips For A Super Wedding is superb collection of information, ideas, tips, and advice on many of the most important aspects of planning your perfect wedding. Published by The Magic Agency, it condenses our years of experience in helping to plan weddings into a concise and authoritative guide.
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However, if you have a standard "Dialup" connection (your modem dials up to allow you to make the connection to the internet) then you will find the music file stops and starts all the time. This is because your PC music player is trying to stream or play the music as it downloads to your hard drive but your internet connection isn't fast enough to play the music smoothly.
If that is what is happening to you, then all you have to do is let the music stagger through once (it is downloading as this is happening) and then it will play at full speed after that. You can then listen to the the music file as many times as you want.
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When the mp3 file is completely downloaded, double-click on it and it will play immediately on Windows Media player or whatever music player you have installed.
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