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Barometer Rising, 04:16.
Live - Byw (CD, Album). ACAPELACD 907. Catrin Finch. Tides (CD, EP). Kissan Acapela Studios.
All my musical life is here. Watch Catrin working on her Classic Brit nominated 'Blessing' album with John Rutter, released on Deutsche Grammophon in Autumn 2012. Watch Catrin perform from her own recording studio, Acapela Studio, the Aria from her arrangement of . Bach's Goldberg Variations, and a lovely Welsh melody, Lisa Lan. Listen to Catrin's latest composition work here
Tracklist: 01. Changing Tides 02. Migration 03. Clear Sky Prologue 04. Clear Sky 05. Drifting 06. Aurora 07. Desert Shadow 08.
Catrin Finch - Changing Tides 04:18. Catrin Finch - Migration 03:58. Catrin Finch - Clear Sky Prologue 00:25. Catrin Finch - Clear Sky 04:20. Catrin Finch - Drifting 04:20. Catrin Finch - Aurora 05:43. Catrin Finch - Desert Shadow 05:26. Catrin Finch - Storm Front 04:30. Catrin Finch - Barometer Rising 04:16. Catrin Finch - Reflection 04:42. Catrin Finch - Utopian Dreams 04:28. Crossing The Stone - Catrin Finch. Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 - Catrin Finch. Annwn - Catrin Finch. Yn Byw - Catrin Finch. Blessing - Catrin Finch, John Rutter.
Catrin Finch - Tides (2015). Date: 10 Apr 2015 19:20:58. Catrin Finch - Tides (2015). But Catrin’s 2015 UK tour marks an exciting new phase in her remarkable musical career; it accompanies the launch of her new album Tides, and marks the first time her own material has appeared as a body of work on stage and on record. It reveals a new side of an exceptional artist, driven to explore the possibilities of the harp and a lifetime of musical influences. As Catrin says, All my musical life is here. As Catrin plays harp and piano, she is joined by a string section and other guest musicians to present her new album live on stage
BIOGRAPHY - CATRIN FINCH January 2015 Described as The Queen of Harps, Welsh harpist Catrin Finch has delighted audiences with her performances in the UK and worldwide. Inspired to learn the harp at the age of five, her rise to prominence started almost immediately, achieving the highest mark in the UK for her Grade VIII exam at the age of nine. She has recently started supporting the International Development charity Water Aid, and has gifted Changing Tides, one of the tracks on her new album, to support the organisation’s work to bring safe water and sanitation to some of the world’s poorest communities. Her ensemble will be touring the UK in May and October to support the album. She has received honours from the University of Wales Aberystwyth and Bangor, Glyndwr University, the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and the Royal Academy of Music.