Camille and Kennerly | The First Noel

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The First Noel

by Camille and Kennerly

"The First Noel" 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, peaceful, and reflective acoustic harp duet rendition of a well-loved Christmas classic.


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John Broadway

The First Noel
All good things come in threes is a very apt saying for the Harp Twins' Christmas classics presently available here to buy on mp3. O Holy Night, Silent Night and now The First Noel are a trio of the finest festive harp masterpieces to receive the Harpside's magical rendering skills. Camille and Kennerly have once again fulfilled all our Christmas wishes by transforming The First Noel into a most treasured gift that we will all enjoy for many years to come. A delightful display of superbly played sweet tinkling crystal clear notes and gorgeous glissandi all combine to warm our hearts with happy sounds of joy and excitement in time for the celebration of the big day. The beautiful cover art says it all and brings cheer and good feeling to us all. A truly lovely carol cleverly interpreted and lovingly performed by two extremely perfect young ladies!

Steven Angulo

Delightful rendition of a Christmas classic
Fabulous for the Christmas season and very enjoyable any time of the year, this version has that special magic that is intrinsic to harps, especially when in the right hands. The shorter and longer glissandi are lovely details, and the ending is particularly beautiful.