Sally Fletcher – “Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral”.

   Hi people! 🙂 

   Today I’d like to introduce you to another interesting harpist, who as far as I’m aware belongs more to what I call «relaxing harpist» camp, rather than folk or classical or something like that. Sally is also an organist, pianist and teacher. Still, the tune played by her that I want to share with you today is definitely a contemporary folk one. It is an Irish-American song that was written by James Roys Shannon and first performed by Chauncey Olcott, and later popularised again by Bing Crosby. 


2 thoughts on “Sally Fletcher – “Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral”.”

    1. Lol good point about Come on Eileen.
      Hahah I don’t really know if it’s indeed considered a genre or even a sub-genre in its own right objectively, it’s just my own classification, but to me it really feels like there are several different branches of harp music which can overlap very much but at the same time are totally different creatures in a way so I think if there are no separate relaxing harp/folk harp/classical harp/experimental harp genres they definitely should become a thing.


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