Sample the rich array of music from Ireland and its Celtic neighbor Scotland, including pieces for bagpipe, harp, and fiddle, as well as the English court music of the time, including compositions by William Lawes, blind harpist Turlough O’Carolan, and others. Folger Consort is joined by harpist Siobhan Armstrong, soprano Molly Quinn, and period strings.
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