Camille and Kennerly | Carol of the Bells

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Carol of the Bells

by Camille and Kennerly

"Carol of the Bells" Harp Duet - arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Concert Grand Harps.
Genre: Holiday: Classical
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Beautiful and fun acoustic harp duet rendition of a well-loved holiday classic.


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Steven Angulo

Best version I've ever heard
You don't have to be in the Christmas spirit to fully enjoy this dazzling display of talent. From the lovely and unique beginning all the way to the precious ending, with a clever pause in the middle, there are exquisite flurries of notes that emanate from a general atmosphere of delightful intrigue. A world-class performance.

John Broadway

Carol of the Bells
This delightfully haunting Ukrainian Christmas carol and folk chant has been seen in many guises in the music and film world, most notably in the Home Alone soundtrack. Here however, the wonderful Harp Twins have adapted it's unmistakable repeating four note rhythm and created an even more eerily dramatic and lingering little tune. Skilfully fast and accurate note play please the senses with this spine chilling and cheekily menacing listener experience. A beautiful piece of work with a recurring tune that is impossible not to play over and over again.