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Set List / Repertoire
Theme of Spring- Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”
Arrival of The Queen Of Sheba- Handel’s “Soloman”
Cannon In D- Pachelbels Etude- Boscha
Handel’s Harp Concerto
Bridal Chorus- Richard Wagner
Sonata- Gioacchino Rossini
Elegie- Aubert Lelemand
The Heart’s Journey- Nigel Springthorpe
The Green Man- David Bessel
Toccata- David Snell Five
Blue Orchid- Savourna Stevenson
Con Poco Rubato- Avril Anderson
Tu Ventana- Orlando Ortiz
Grace Nugent- Carolan
Carolan’s Concerto- Carolan
Mary Young and Fair- Trad.
Air The Blackbird- Set Dance Trad. Arr. Graine Hambly
Morrison’s Jig and Monaghan’s Jig- Arr. Jade Hamilton
God Rest You Merry Gentlemen- Arr. Jade Hamilton
The First Nowell- Chappell’s Carols
The Holly and The Ivy- Chappell’s Carols
Once In Royal David’s City- Arr. Jade Hamilton
Ce Moys De May- Clement Jannequin
Ik Zeg Adieu- Dutch Trad.
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Default lineup: 1 performer
Solo: Harp (acoustic or amplified).
Starting her professional career in London, J H Harpist studied harp under the guidance of Danielle Perrett at Goldsmiths College gaining a 2:1 honours degree in Music in 2001. She went onto explore studio composition using the electroharpe and was awarded a Masters in Music in 2003. During this period, J H harpist worked for the Drake Music Project, enabling adults with severe disabilities to access music using Escape software. She was awarded a place at Dartington International School studying electroacoustic composition under Alisdair Macdonald of the Royal Northern College of Music.
This harpist has a range of harps including a replica of the 14th century Queen Mary wire strung harp, a green and gold electroharpe and ampilfier and the more traditional acoustic walnut clarsach and elegant Salvi orchestra pedal harp. J H Harpist studied wire strung harp with Kilkenny clarsach society in Ireland under the tutelage of Javier Sainz and clarsach with the highly acclaimed Dominig Bouchaud in Normandy, France.
As a singer songwriter, J H harpist has performed at several festivals including Fairy Fest, Holifair, Porthleven Food and Drink festival, Cheltenham Exposed festival and the White Room. Her original material is rooted in traditional harp techniques with an exotic eastern flavor. Jade’s lyrics focus on nature, love and relationships and social politics.
J H Harpist plays for ‘Music in Hospitals’ in healthcare settings for charitable causes offering hour-long concerts featuring sing along traditional songs, carols and original songs. She teaches privately from home or via Skype.