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Celtic Christmas II

Kim Robertson

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Album Review

Kim Robertson is a Celtic harper who, over the course of several recordings, has followed her muse from ancient Ireland to modern France, with predictably spotty results. But Celtic Christmas II, on which she is joined by cellist Virginia Kron, is a consistently lovely and tasteful program which manages to sample a wide cultural variety of Christmas traditions without sounding self-conscious or didactic in its inclusiveness. Several of the tunes are familiar, but most are not very well-known — anyone who recognizes the Huron Indian carol "Jesos Ahatonhia" or the Austrian tune "Darkness is Falling" gets extra credit. But all of them hang together nicely, and Robertson and Kron perform them beautifully. This disc is highly recommended.

Biography

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Classically trained harp player Kim Robertson has made her greatest mark since turning her attention to the Celtic harp. In addition to recording several memorable solo albums, Robertson has published seven books of Celtic harp arrangements and two instructional videos. Her discography includes several meditative musical tapes recorded with vocalist and Kundalini Yoga student, Singh Kaur. Robertson had little contact with Celtic music until the mid-'70s. Although she owned a small Celtic harp and...
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