The Rhyme & The River

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A musical journey from Classical roots to South American rhythms and Celtic dances. Sharlene’s premier CD features harp performances of Celtic, South American (Cuban, Venezuelan, and Colombian) and original music.

Produced by Evelyne Datl
Engineered and mixed by Jacques Poirier at Inception Sound, Toronto
Mastered by George Graves at the Lacquer Channel, Toronto
Visual Concept & Photography by Rafy
Design & layout by A Man Called Wrycraft
Package re-design by Richard Boudreau, Accudub

The Musicians:
Sharlene Wallace – harp
George Koller – double bass, cello
Evelyne Datl – piano, accordion
Brian Taheny – guitar
Alan Hetherington – percussion

  1. Rêverie (1:21)
    by Carlos Salzedo
    – harp
  2. Air (2:47)
    traditional Scottish air
    – harp
  3. Paddy Fahy’s Jig (1:42)
    traditional
    – harp
  4. Llano (2:48)
    by Alfredo Rolando Ortiz – © AROY Music (ASCAP)
    – harp
  5. Faythe (2:48)
    by Sharlene Wallace – ©1995 Sharlene Wallace (SOCAN)
    – harp
  6. Eleanor Plunkett (1:28)
    by Turlough Carolan
    – harp
  7. Moving Cloud (2:48)
    traditional Irish reel
    – harp, guitar
  8. Winter Frieze (3:40)
    by Sharlene Wallace – ©1995 Sharlene Wallace (SOCAN)
    – harp, bass, percussion (pandeiro)
  9. Ice Lake (3:31)
    by Evelyne Datl – ©1995 Evelyne Datl (SOCAN)
    – harp
  10. Dream Habanera (2:39)
    by Sharlene Wallace – ©1996 Sharlene Wallace (SOCAN)
    – harp, bass, accordion, percussion (bells)
  11. Song of the Chanter / Ryan’s Rant (4:07)
    traditional Irish reels
    – harp, bass, guitar, piano, percussion (berimbau, surdo, bells)
  12. The Rhyme & the River (3:14)
    by Evelyne Datl – ©1996 Evelyne Datl (SOCAN)
    – harp
  13. Prelude Intime No.1 (1:29)
    by Carlos Salzedo – ©1954 Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.
    – harp
  14. Faraway Places (2:25)
    by October Browne – ©1989 October Browne (SOCAN)
    – harp, piano
  15. La Guabina (3:13)
    by Alfredo Rolando Ortiz – © AROY Music (ASCAP)
    – harp, bass, percussion (maracas)
  16. I Wonder as I Wander (2:03)
    traditional Appalachian carol
    – harp
  17. Dance Fanny Power, Dance (4:38)
    by Sharlene Wallace – ©1996 Sharlene Wallace (SOCAN)
    – harp, cello, percussion (maracas, triangle)
  18. Trembling Angels (2:45)
    by Sharlene Wallace – ©1996 Sharlene Wallace (SOCAN)
    – harp, piano, towels

 

The harp Sharlene plays on this recording is a 36 nylon/wire strung padauk wood Professional model lever harp made by David Kortier of Duluth, Minnesota.

Release date: 1996