Tim Hampson, Harpmaker, playing 18th century music on a replica 19th century Welsh Triple Harp. The original harp was owned by Lady Buckley in North Wales; now in St. Fagans Museum in Cardiff. Replica harp built by Tim Hampson in 1998.
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1. The Inspired Bard - Y Barddyn ei Awen
- 8 variations
2. Sir Watkins Delight - Meillionen - 3 variations
3. The Lambsfold vale - Pant Corlan yr wyn - 5 variations
4. All through the night - Ar hyd y nos -4 variations
5. Rhuddlan Marsh - Morva Rhuddlan -6 variations
6. David of the White Rock - David Garreg-wen - 2 variations+coda
7. Adagio in G minor, composed by Remo Giazotto (originally for strings and organ) from 2 thematic drafts and a figured bass by Tomaso Albinoni.
8. Theme by G.F.Handel
9 . Passacaille (6 out of 16 variations) G.F.Handel
The Handel Harp Concerto, Opus 4 No.6. First played by William Powell on Welsh Triple Harp for Alexandra’s Feast, 19th February 1736:
10. 1st. Movement - Andante allegro
11. 2nd. Movement - Largetto
12. 3rd. Movement - Allegro moderato
13. I dreampt I dwelt in Marble Halls, or The Gypsy girls dream, from“The Bohemian Girl”. Opera by Michael Balfe 1843, Lyrics by Alfred Bunn.
Tunes 1 to 6 are from the Edward Jones Collection (arrangements & variations) Edward Jones, Bardd y Brenhin (The Kings Bard) was born on Easter Sunday 1752 in Merionethshire and died on Easter Sunday in 1824 in London aged 72.
Recorded in April 2013 by Jay Auborn www.dbsmusic.co.uk
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