Camille and Kennerly | Fear of the Dark

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Fear of the Dark

by Camille and Kennerly

"Fear of the Dark" (Iron Maiden) Electric Harp Duet - arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Electric Harps.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Camille and Kennerly perform their stunning and complex Electric Harp Duet arrangement of "Fear of the Dark" by Iron Maiden.


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John Broadway

Fear of the Dark
Iron Maiden’s classic 1992 sing along track brought back to life Harp Twins style! The two harp fair maidens have created a magical version of Fear of the Dark, it is a real delight to hear this wonderful song played so beautifully. A very well known all around the world metal melody expertly belted out via two electric harps retaining all the unique qualities of the original but with harp variations added for even more enjoyment and listening pleasure. Check out those Glissandos! Not forgetting of course, the song cover artwork to die for. Camille and Kennerly, you have done Iron Maiden proud, I bet Eddie’s pretty chuffed too!

Steven Angulo

Just when you thought they couldn't get any better...
I'm not a metal fan but the Harp Twins have made an incredibly exciting and beautiful arrangement of this Iron Maiden classic. The song is absolutely packed with clever details, a degree of complexity that is unbelievable, and you are left wondering how on Earth two musicians could have done such a thing. Insanely good!