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Heman Dubh
  • Artist: Clairseach
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 765481742923
  • Item #: CDBY174292
  • Genre: International
  • Release Date: 1/2/2001
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Heman Dubh on CD

'I was left breathless by the sheer power of Ann Heymann's playing...[She] wields her instrument like a sword to cut to the heart of the tradition and draw forth it's lifeblood...There is power and magic in [her] music: It quickens the blood and captivates the soul...[Her] music speaks to me at a deep level which is hard to express without metaphor and imagery.' - The Living Tradition (Scotland) Ann Heymann is two-time winner of the Bun-Fleadh harp competition at Granard, Ireland and is perhaps the principal figure responsible for the famous harp of Ireland and Highland Scotland's current revival. She regularly teaches internationally and her instrumental tutors have been called the instrument's 'Bible'. With her talented husband Charlie and step-dancing daughters Orla and Honor, Ann performs, lectures, adjudicates and teaches throughout the U.S., Europe and Australia. Other recordings of Ann include highly acclaimed solo harp release 'Queen of Harps' on the Edinburgh-based Temple Records label and featured tracks on 'Harpistry' (Imaginary Road/Polygram Records, NY) and 'The Art of Harp' vols. 3-4 (Shamrock Records, Germany). 'Ann Heymann is one of the best-kept secrets in the harp world.' - Sounding Strings (Scotland) 'Ann is an outstanding musician who, self-taught, has re-invented the technique necessary to play the harp of the Gaels of Ireland and Scotland...The application of an original mind, added to a deep knowledge of the academic and traditional background to the instrument and it's repertoire has allowed her to produce music of unrivalled complexity and beauty...' - Alison Kinnaird, Temple Records (Scotland)