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  • Catrin Finch - Lisa Lan

    3:50

    Recording Studio & Music Production House in Cardiff





    Welsh Folk tune. Alaw werin Gymreig.

    Lisa Lan

    Quitapesares -

    Cimmaron (Featuring Catrin Finch) - Llanero Soy (Live at Acapela Studio)

    Ar Ben Waun Tredegar

    Blessing John Rutter

    Pontypridd

    Cwyn Mam Yng Nghyfraith

    Lisa Lan

    Goldberg Variations Filmed at :

  • Catrin Finch | Clair De Lune | Madinat Theatre March 2013

    5:55

    Internationally renowned harpist Catrin Finch performs Clair De Lune in front of a packed house at the Madinat Theatre for The Score Classical 2013 Series on March 25th 2013.



    Filmed & Edited by Kazim Karaismailoglu

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  • Lisa Lan

    3:47

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Lisa Lan · Catrin Finch

    Annwn

    ℗ Kissan

    Released on: 2011-02-27

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Catrin Finch: Carnaval de Venice

    10:49

    The magic of Catrin Finch! Live concert by Catrin Finch, the first modern day royal harpist to the Prince of Wales, at the Second Thailand International Harp Festival and Youth Competition, August 2012, organized by the Tamnak Prathom Harp Centre. Catrin plays Felix Godefroid's Carnaval de Venice

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  • CATRIN FINCH-SILENT NIGHT AND INTERVIEW-BREAKFAST TV-BBC 1-19.DEC.2012.

    7:23

    Welsh harpist Catrin Finch talks to Bill Turnbull and Suzanna Reid and performs Silent Night.

  • Catrin Finch - Changing Tides - Live @ Acapela Studio

    4:29

    Filmed at :

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  • Catrin Finch at the Royal Academy of Music

    2:01

    Alumna and Visiting Professor of Harp talks about the Academy

  • Catrin Finch and Cimarron - QUITAPESARES

    6:27

    Ctrin Finch playing with the columbian band Cimarron

  • Catrin Finch movie Part 1 - English

    6:06

    The first part of Catrin Finch's Movie, following the making of the first recording of Goldberg Variations on the beautiful modern Harp. (Salvi Apollo).

    UK Tour starts 5th February 2009 @ St John's College Chapel Cambridge.

    For more information contact

    Produced by Pixel Foundry / Culture Colony / Kissan

    John Rutter


    The limpid, translucent colours of Catrin Finch's harp bring Bach's
    familiar masterpiece to life in a quite new and unexpected way. Her
    transcription is imaginative but faithful, her playing dazzling and
    poetic, her interpretatiion fit to stand beside Glenn Gould's and yet
    utterly different and captivating; I have never enjoyed the Goldberg
    Variations more. You can listen intently and hear details you may never
    have noticed before ...... or you can sit back and just let the music
    weave its unique spell. This recording adds something new and compelling
    to the recorded legacy of Bach, and absolutely no one could fail to
    enjoy it.

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  • Catrin Finch - Maple Leaf Rag

    3:10

    Caatrin Finch is an accomplished harpist but on this occasion she plays the piano @ the National Eisteddfod 2010 closing concert - live transmission on S4C, 7 Aug 10

  • Clair de Lune Catrin Finch 432 Hz 1 Hour

    1:25

    1 Hour extended version of Clair de Lune performed by one of best living harpists Catrin Finch and converted to 432 Hz tuning.

  • J.S.Bach: Italian Concerto

    13:18

    J.S.Bach: Italian Concerto, BWV 971
    Catrin Finch, harp

    Movements:
    1. Without tempo indication
    2. Andante
    3. Presto

    (I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THIS MUSIC OR PHOTO.)

    The Italian Concerto, BWV 971, original title: Concerto nach Italienischem Gusto (Concerto after the Italian taste), published in 1735 as the first half of Clavier-Übung II (the second half being the French Overture) is a three-movement concerto for two-manual harpsichord solo composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. The Italian Concerto has become popular among Bach's keyboard works, and has been widely recorded both on the harpsichord and the piano, as well as on the harp.
    The Italian Concerto's two lively F major outer movements, in ritornello style, frame a florid arioso-style movement in D minor, the relative minor. Was influenced by Peter Van Riet. An Italian concerto relies upon the contrasting roles of different groups of instruments in an ensemble; Bach imitates this effect by creating contrasts using the forte and piano manuals of a two-manual harpsichord throughout the piece. In fact, along with the French Overture and some of the Goldberg Variations, this is one of the few works by Bach which specifically require a 2-manual harpsichord.

    Born in Llanon, Ceredigion in 1980, Catrin Finch was immersed in music, and especially the harp, from a very early age. At the age of five, she was taken to Lampeter Music Club to watch a harp recital, enthusing her with a passion for the traditional Welsh instrument. For her sixth birthday, she was given a celtic harp and the following year she was taken on by leading Welsh harpist and tutor Elinor Bennett, who would be her mentor until the age of 16. Finch joined the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain aged 10, becoming the youngest member of the orchestra to play at a BBC Prom at the Royal Albert Hall.
    She won first prize in the junior section of the World Harp Festival in 1991, and in 1994, aged just 14, achieved second place in the adult section of the same competition.
    In 1996 Finch started studying with Skaila Kanga, first at the Purcell School then at the Royal Academy of Music from 1998. It was at the academy that she got aq call from Buckingham Palace, inviting her to fill a long-dormant position, not filled since 1873: that of Royal Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales. After seeing Finch play at his 50th birthday celebrations, Prince Charles had described her as a credit to Wales. She had no hesitation in accepting the invitation to perform at both public and private events in Buckingham Palace, Windsor, Highgrove House and St James' Palace. Finch had to give up the position in 2005 when she passed the maximum age of 25, but by this time she had risen far in the public eye. Her concert performances span the globe, appearing with many of the world's major orchestras. In 2009 her recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations, originally written for keyboard, was issued by Deutsche Grammophon.
    She has also appeared frequently on radio and television, including presenting a documentary about herself, Charlie's Angel, which received a BAFTA Cymru/Wales award for the best music programme. Her collaborations with fellow Welsh composer Karl Jenkins have been fruitful, with releases on Sony Classical in 2003. She followed that with a Classical Brit Award nomination in 2004. Finch has also formed a big band, CF47, with which she has toured the UK and with her husband has set up Acapela, a recording studio and concert venue in a converted chapel in Cardiff. In 2009 the Catrin Finch Centre, a state-of-the-art conference and performance centre, opened at Glyndwr University in Wrexham, honouring Catrin's contribution to the music industry in Wales.

  • Catrin Finch - Goldberg Variations

    3:56

    Catrin Finch; first Harpist to HRH the Prince of Wales.
    More info at

  • Catrin Finch, Celtic Concerto

    12:54

    Catrin Finch, Celtic Concerto

    1. JigAJig (4:41)
    2. Hiraeth (5:18)
    3. Solstice (2:54)

    Sinfonia Cymru
    John Rutter, conductor

    Catrin Ana Finch is a Welsh harpist, arranger and composer.
    Finch was born in Llanon, Ceredigion, and began learning the harp at the age of six. Her mother is German and her father English, but she is a fluent Welsh speaker. By the age of nine, she had passed her Grade VIII harp examination. She was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain at the age of ten, becoming the youngest of its members to play at The Proms. She studied harp with Elinor Bennett, who would become her mother-in-law, before attending the Purcell School, a specialist music school for children in Hertfordshire. She continued her studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London where she studied harp with Skaila Kanga.

    During the 1990s, Finch won several competitions for young harpists, including the Nansi Richards Prize and the Blue Riband at the National Eisteddfod of Wales.

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    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Catrin Finch - Clear Sky

    4:21

    Catrin Finch - Clear Sky

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  • Chicken-Pickin Rag. Catrin Finch- harp

    2:17

    CHICKEN-PICKIN' RAG is a jolly ragtime solo piano piece, written in 1976 in Hellewell's ''Mister D'' Music piano album Volume 2.
    Although in ragtime style, this piece is brought up to date by including modern funky music and various other sections.
    In the heyday of classic ragtime, in the late 19th century, the publicity said that ''brokers forgot their cares'' on hearing the music!
    The renowned Welsh harpist Catrin Finch's arrangement and performance is terrific, and she has arranged two more of Hellewell's rags: Plastic Cakewalk and Kentucky Rag for harp (see Alaw Music Publishing). These pieces go down well with her audiences as encores.
    CHICKEN-PICKIN' RAG is also published in China by the People's Music Publishing House in one of two piano albums of the Chinese edition of ''Mister D Music'' where it is well-liked and often performed (see other YouTube video).
    There is also an arrangement, by the composer, for string quartet, also published in a String Quartet album of Hellewell's music by the People's Music Publishing House. Some 30,000 volumes of Hellewell's music has been published and sold in China

  • Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita Live: Bamba

    16:05

    A shared musical journey between two world class virtuosos. From Wales, the Queen of Harps (Classic FM Magazine) and from West Africa, an inspired exponent of the kora (The Guardian). The harp occupies a vital place in the rich cultures of both Senegal and Wales.and both nations share a centuries-old bardic tradition of intricate oral history, expressed through music, song and verse.

    Siwrnai gerddorol ranedig dau virtuoso o'r radd flaenaf oll; o Gymru, Queen of Harps (Cylchgrawn Classic FM) ac o Orllewin Affrica, an inspired exponent of the kora (The Guardian). Mae gan y delyn safle canolog yn niwylliant hynod gyfoethog Senegal a Chymru. Yn rhyfeddol, mae'r ddwy wlad yn rhannau traddodiad barddonol hynafol o hanesion llafar cywrain, wedi eu mynegi trwy gerddoriaeth, cân a phennill.

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita - Les Bras De La Mer

    8:12

    Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita
    Les Bras De La Mer
    Clychau Dibon
    ~~ 2013 ~~

  • Tros y Garreg - Cimarrón

    4:06

    This song was recorded by Cimarrón, music band from the plains of the Orinoco River (Colombia), and harpist Catrin Finch, from Wales.

    Live performance at Acapela Studio.

  • Catrin Finch Celtic Concerto Jig-a-Jig

    5:25

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    HANNAH TILL, harp | Senior Recital

    Assisted by:
    Jessica Teruel, violin I
    Erica Connors, violin II
    John McCoy, viola
    Jared Lane, cello
    Molly Offord, piano

    Performed at:
    War Memorial Chapel • Bob Jones University • Greenville, South Carolina

    Friday, March 9, 2018 | 5:00 PM

    This recital is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements
    for the Bachelor of Music degree in Harp Performance.

    From the studio of Emily Waggoner

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    SONG INFO:
    1. Harp Concerto in A Major ................. Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739–1799)
    – Allegro Molto
    – Larghetto
    – Rondeau
    Assisted by Jessica Teruel, violin I; Erica Connors, violin II; Jared Lane, cello

    2. Danse Sacrée et Profane ................. Claude Debussy (1862–1918)
    Assisted by Molly Offord, piano

    3. Zaragoza ................. Isaac Albéniz (1860–1909)
    trans. Susann McDonald and Linda Wood

    4. Celtic Concerto ................. Catrin Finch (b. 1980)
    – Jig A Jig
    Assisted by Jessica Teruel, violin I; Erica Connors, violin II; John McCoy, viola; and Jared Lane, cello

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    Video by: Jonathan Shuler, Insight Productions LLC

    Audio by: Audio Services, BJU

    © 2018 Hannah Till • Used by Permission • All Rights Reserved

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  • Catrin Finch - Drifting

    4:00

  • Masterclass by Catrin Finch at the Franz Liszt Music Academy, Budapest

    5:56

    This film is a brief summary of a masterclass held by Catrin Finch at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest, October 14, 2013
    Thank you very much to everyone who made this masterclass possible and helped organizing it.
    Special thank you to Catrin Finch for holding the masterlass to and Andrea Vigh for organizing it.

  • Catrin Finch - Utopian Dreams

    4:31

    About Catrin Finch:

  • Two Harps That Beat As One: Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita

    10:27

    Almost 25 years ago, I was walking down West 4th street in Manhattan, and heard a harp-like sound that seemed extraordinarily out of place in the urban noise surrounding me. I tried to locate the source, and eventually realized it was emanating from three tall, slender men in robes who were sauntering up the block ahead of me. I sped up my pace and as I got abreast of them, saw that one of them was playing what I learned later was a kora, as he strolled. And it seemed as if something magical was happening; the instrument changed the environment surrounding the three, as people were calmed and drawn to the sound. All around them, these three stately men had everyone in thrall with the pure, rippling notes of the kora. The instrument itself was sort of a cross between a harp and a some kind of lute, and the most conspicuous part, the resonator, was half of a large gourd. I walked a block out of my way before tearing myself away from the sound to go home.
    Since then, there have been quite a few musical collaborations involving the kora in combination with other western instruments. (The wonderful Chamber Music with Ballaké Sissoko and Vincent Segal is one of the most successful.) But as far as I know, the collaboration between Seckou Keita and Catrin Finch is the first one to pair the kora with another harp. And upon hearing this duet, one actually wonders what took so long.
    The two musicians in this duo are well matched, Keita has a history of innovating and experimenting with his instrument --he plays a western-machined double necked kora-- but has been careful to always maintain some distinctive root of his beloved West African music. Catrin Finch (known in her home country of Wales as the Queen of Harps) is also known for her forays into experimental music, as well as her mastery of the standard classical and folk repertoire. For this performance, Keita brought both a single and a double necked kora, while Finch played a striking Camac Big Blue 47 concert harp with pickups on each of the 47 strings.
    There was quite a buzz building up to their performance at WOMEX, which this year was in Cardiff. It was unfortunate that it took place in a rather small concert room instead of the big auditorium, as it filled up to capacity far too quickly and many delegates could not get in to see the show.The room was jammed with a mostly Welsh audience, and anticipation crackled in the air. I was pretty much crushed up agains the apron of the stage, almost in the middle..not the best angle for shooting!
    When Finch and Keita play together, there is a complete immersion one with the other. Keita plays the rhythmic patterns and Finch's precise fingers play a counterpoint or a harmony figure and it all just feels right. Keita grins when Finch plays a stately figure enhancing his motif, and Finch nods back, giving Keita the room to cascade away on the kora. And that's quite a blazing solo he takes at the end, I might add. Through it all, there is a close communication that is palpable. Purists from one tradition or another may take issue with this blend -and I did hear one opinion voiced that it sounded too Welsh and not sufficiently Senegalese, but I think it is just that the two players have made allowances for each other's music, and this give and take creates a true hybrid. At any rate, I was in string heaven, awash in pleasure from lovely music, exquisitely played.
    For more information about these artists visit astarmusic.co.uk/

  • Catrin Finch playing the queen of sheba.

    3:32

    fantastic performance by one of the finest harp players ever

  • Cimarron & Catrin Finch at the Smithsonian Folk Fest, 3 July 2009

    4:42

  • Catrin Finch - Goldberg by J.S Bach

    1:32

    Catrin Finch - 1st Royal Harpist



    Recording Studio & Music Production House in Cardiff





    Welsh Harpist performs Bach's Goldberg Variations - Variation 1. The Full CD is available on Deutsche Grammophon record Label. Her first album on Sony BMG with Karl Jenkins and other disks Live Catrin Finch Big Band CF47 - String Theory, Coast to Coast are all on Kissan. Please go to the website for more information and

    Lisa Lan

    Quitapesares -

    Cimmaron (Featuring Catrin Finch) - Llanero Soy (Live at Acapela Studio)

    Ar Ben Waun Tredegar

    Blessing John Rutter

    Pontypridd

    Cwyn Mam Yng Nghyfraith

    Lisa Lan

    Goldberg Variations

  • Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita Live in Norway July 2015

    4:42

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita introduce their new project

    3:48

    Wales' most celebrated harpist, Catrin Finch has joined forces with the Senegalese kora virtuoso Seckou Keita to record 'Clychau Dibon', an album of unique instrumentals that blend the Manding music of West Africa and the ancient melodies of Wales.

  • Catrin Finch - Prelude No 1

    5:19

    Faded out to get rid of the stupid bits on the original album, which spoil this otherwise beautiful music.

  • Catrin Finch, Seckou Keita & Vishtén live at The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts Centre

    2:43

    Performing live at The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts Centre, Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada in October 2019.

    Catrin Finch, Seckou Keita a Vishten yn pefformio’n fyw yng Ngholeg Pibyddio a Chanolfan y Celfyddydau Perfformio Celtaidd, Summerside, Ynys y Tywysog Edward, Canada ym mis
    Hydref 2019.

    On tour in the UK May - June / Ar daith yn y DU 2020:

    MAY / MAI 2020

    09 FOCUS WALES, Wrexham (Secret Location, details announced on the day.)
    10 Galeri, Caernarfon
    11 Tabernacl, Machynlleth
    12 Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan / Aberteifi
    14 Gulbenkian, Canterbury
    15 St George's. Bristol
    16 Taliesin, Swansea / Abertawe
    17 The Haymarket, Basingstoke

    JUNE / MEHEFIN 2020

    06 Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room
    07 The Met, Bury
    08 The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
    09 Union Chapel, London
    10 Queens Hall, Edinburgh
    11 Huntingdon Hall, Worcester
    12 St Davids Hall, Cardiff / Caerdydd
    13 Pocklington Arts Centre, York

    catrinfinchandseckoukeita.com
    vishten.net

    A Theatr Mwldan / TwentyTwo Promotions Co-Production in association with Résonances and Music PEI.

    Cydgynhyrchiad Theatr Mwldan a TwentyTwo Promotions mewn cydweithrediad â Résonances a Music PEI.

    mwldan.co.uk
    twentytwopromotions.com
    agenceresonances.com

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita introduce their new project

    5:19

    Wales' most celebrated harpist, Catrin Finch has joined forces with the Senegalese kora virtuoso Seckou Keita to record 'Clychau Dibon', an album of unique instrumentals that blend the Manding music of West Africa and the ancient melodies of Wales.

  • Catrin Finch James

    2:22

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  • Catrin Finch ♥Lisa Lan ♥

    3:47

    素晴らしいハープの音色

  • Catrin Finch - Solstice

    2:54

    great artist and the greatest harpist
    Album 'Blessing' - John Rutter, 6 - Celtic concerto - Solstice

  • Gabriel Fauré - Impromptu for Harp in D flat major

    9:16

    Beautiful piece of music.

  • Cimmaron - Quitapesares (Live at Acapela Studio

    6:19

    Columbian band Cimmaron collaborate with Catrin Finch to perform the song 'Quitapesares' live at Acapela Studio.
    From Season 1 of the S4C television series 'Yn Fyw o Acapela'.



    Lisa Lan

    Quitapesares -

    Cimmaron (Featuring Catrin Finch) - Llanero Soy (Live at Acapela Studio)

    Ar Ben Waun Tredegar

    Blessing John Rutter

    Pontypridd

    Cwyn Mam Yng Nghyfraith

    Lisa Lan

    Goldberg Variations

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita: Future Strings

    11:25

    .Cyd-Gynhyrchiad Theatr Mwldan | Astar Artes Co-production

    A brand new collaboration featuring two world class virtuosos, a meeting of harp and kora. Leading classical harpist Catrin Finch and inspired kora player Seckou Keita combine forces to explore the traditions of Wales and Senegal. Both nations share a centuries old bardic-griot tradition of intricate oral history expressed through music, song and verse. The harp and the kora, instruments from the same family, occupy a vital place in these rich cultures. Catrin and Seckou dig deep into Manding and Celtic roots whilst adding a fresh sound of their own. This is something special!

    Cydweithrediad newydd sbon rhwng dau bencampwr o'r radd flaenaf, cyfarfod y Delyn a'r Kora. Mae'r delynores glasurol Catrin Finch a'r chwaraewr kora ysbrydoledig Seckou Keita yn cyfuno i archwilio traddodiadau Cymru a Senegal. Mae'r ddwy wlad yn rhannu traddodiad canrifoedd barddonol-griot o hanes llafar wedi ei fynegi trwy gerddoriaeth, cân a phennill. Mae'r delyn a'r kora yn dod o'r un teulu ac mae ganddynt yr un safle hanfodol yn y diwylliannau cyfoethog hyn. Mae Catrin a Seckou yn cloddio'n ddwfn i wreiddiau Manding a Cheltaidd wrth ychwanegu sain ffres eu hunain. Dyma i chi rhywbeth arbennig.

  • Classic FM at The RWCMD - Catrin Finch

    10:00

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita. 1677. Cambridge Folk Festival

    7:29

    Cambridge Folk Festival 2019

  • Pethe - Catrin Finch - Lisa Lân

    3:45

    Yn y perfformiad yma mae Catrin Finch yn chwarae Lisa Lân ar delyn trydan. Wedi ffilmio ar gyfer 'Pethe' ar S4C.

    Catrin Finch plays Lisa Lân, a traditional Welsh folk tune. Catrin is playing electric harp on this item which was recorded for the S4C arts programme, 'Pethe', produced by Cwmni Da. The song features heavily in Paul Haggis's 2004 film Crash.

  • Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita: Les Bras De Mer

    6:42

    Cyd-Gynhyrchiad Theatr Mwldan | Astar Artes Co-production

    A brand new collaboration featuring two world class virtuosos, a meeting of harp and kora. Leading classical harpist Catrin Finch and inspired kora player Seckou Keita combine forces to explore the traditions of Wales and Senegal. Both nations share a centuries old bardic-griot tradition of intricate oral history expressed through music, song and verse. The harp and the kora, instruments from the same family, occupy a vital place in these rich cultures. Catrin and Seckou dig deep into Manding and Celtic roots whilst adding a fresh sound of their own. This is something special!

    Cydweithrediad newydd sbon rhwng dau bencampwr o'r radd flaenaf, cyfarfod y Delyn a'r Kora. Mae'r delynores glasurol Catrin Finch a'r chwaraewr kora ysbrydoledig Seckou Keita yn cyfuno i archwilio traddodiadau Cymru a Senegal. Mae'r ddwy wlad yn rhannu traddodiad canrifoedd barddonol-griot o hanes llafar wedi ei fynegi trwy gerddoriaeth, cân a phennill. Mae'r delyn a'r kora yn dod o'r un teulu ac mae ganddynt yr un safle hanfodol yn y diwylliannau cyfoethog hyn. Mae Catrin a Seckou yn cloddio'n ddwfn i wreiddiau Manding a Cheltaidd wrth ychwanegu sain ffres eu hunain. Dyma i chi rhywbeth arbennig.

  • Jitka Šuranská with Seckou Keita, Catrin Finch and Edmara Castañeda @ Folkové prázdniny 2019-VIII

    5:42

    Jitka Šuranská /Czech Republic
    Seckou Keita /Senegal
    Catrin Finch /Wales
    Edmara Castañeda /Colombia
    Folkové prázdniny /Náměšť n. O. 2019-VIII

  • Marble Halls performed by Julian Lloyd Webber and Catrin Finch

    3:00

    Marble Halls by Michael Balfe performed by Julian Lloyd Webber and Catrin Finch on the CD Unexpected Songs

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita - Bamba

    8:44

    Album: Clychau Dibon
    Track: 3
    Year: 2013

  • Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita - Llongau Térou-bi

    9:06



  • Catrin Finch_5

    14:57

    Recital de arpa Catrin Finch, arpista de Gales en el Auditorio León de Greiff

    Catalogada por Classic FM, la revista más influyente del Reino Unido, como la Reina del Arpa.

    PROGRAMA
    ________________________

    Claude Debussy / Deux Arabesques . Paul Hindemith / Sonate . Paul Patterson / Bugs (Mosquito Massacre) . Jesús Guridi / Viejo Zortzico . Marcel Grandjany / Children's Hour . Franz Liszt / Le Rossignol . John Thomas (Trad. Arr.) / Welsh folk songs . Felix Godefroid / Carnaval de Venice

  • Traditional: Suo Gân - Arranged By Catrin Finch

    4:10

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Traditional: Suo Gân - Arranged By Catrin Finch · Bryn Terfel · Catrin Finch · Natalia Gomes · Bryony Rump · Ysgol Gynradd Cymraeg Gwaelod-Y-Garth

    Lullabies

    ℗ 2013 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2013-01-01

    Producer, Executive Producer: Angelika Meissner
    Producer, Recording Producer: Geraint Lewis
    Producer, Recording Producer: Catrin Finch
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Hywel Wigley
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Lee House
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Joe Marvelli
    Composer Lyricist: Traditional
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Catrin Finch

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • B. Britten: Suite for harp, Op. 83

    13:09

    B. Britten: Suite for harp, Op. 83
    Catrin Finch, harp

    Photos were taken from the internet. Photos by Tiffany Schultz.

  • Catrin Finch - Clear Sky

    4:03

    Heno - 13.01.2020

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