Stephanie Claussen | Soirée À Montpellier

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Soirée À Montpellier

by Stephanie Claussen

Gloriously relaxing and unexpectedly fresh: a blend of Celtic, Medieval, and Classical melodies proffered on solo harp.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Valse. Op. 128 No. 2
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2. Douce Dame Jolie
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3. Romanza
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4. Hungarian Dance No. 2 in D Minor
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5. Maid On the Shore
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6. Cercle Circassien
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7. Moss, Wood and Thicket
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8. O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus
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9. Lord Galway's Lamentations / The Wind That Shakes the Barley
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10. Hungarian Dance No. 11 in D Minor
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11. You Are My Hiding Place
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12. Bolada De Aficionado
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13. Vater Unser Im Himmelreich
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14. First Arabesque
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Album Notes
Stephanie Claussen's newest solo harp album "Soirée à Montpellier" (“evening in Montpellier”) captures the essence of a French city which is at once ancient and chic, charming and wild.
While living in the medieval center of Montpellier, France for two years, Claussen heard accordion music on the tram; carousel music as she passed through the main plaza to buy groceries; classical music pouring out the open windows of the music school; Gregorian chant at the cathedral.

In "Soirée", Claussen took these various 'snap shots'  and interpreted them on solo harp, selecting the pieces which she felt best captured the musical atmosphere of Montpellier. The result is gloriously relaxing and unexpectedly fresh.


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