Betsy Scott Chapman | Rose

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by Betsy Scott Chapman

Solo harp music for reflection and relaxation. In addition to personal enjoyment, this is appropriate for massage, Tai Chi, and Yoga background music. It is NOT appropriate for keeping yourself awake late at night!
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. 'SColtach Mi Ri/Rose
Betsy Scott Chapman
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3:39 album only
2. Planxty Kevin Rosenberry/The Wood Elves
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4:54 album only
3. Ivory Palaces
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2:02 album only
4. Amazing Grace
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1:22 album only
5. Irish Lamentations
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2:51 album only
6. Give Me Your Hand
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3:28 album only
7. Keiko
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3:58 album only
8. Southwind
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2:20 album only
9. Fires at Midnight
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2:29 album only
10. Greensleeves
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2:26 album only
11. In The Bleak Midwinter
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4:38 album only
12. All Through the Night/Rhosymedre
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6:36 album only


Album Notes
This CD includes some of my favorite music, and my most frequent requests. The title track, "Rose" was written for the harp it is played on, a beautiful Thormalen Swan Rosewood harp. "Planxty Kevin Rosenberry" is a memorial tribute to a good friend and fantastic trumpet player. It is paired with "The Wood Elves", inspired by characters in The Lord of the Rings. My interest in historic dance is represented by "Southwind" and "Irish Lamentations". Friends asked for a recording of some favorite hymns, and of course no harp CD could be complete without "Greensleeves", my second-most requested song. Want to know what the most frequent request is? Email and ask - you might be surprised (unless you are also a musician....).

For those who are interested, in addition to the Thormalen Swan I also used a Salvi Arion harp on this recording. I hope you will enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed the recording process!


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Robert Mothershed

Rose- Betsy Scott Chapman
This album is everything I hoped it would be! It sets such a wonderful tone in my household when I play it, my whole family loves it.