Author alison young

For the past 10 years, Alison Young has turned her highly trained ear towards the latest and greatest releases as Harp Column's records reviewer. A professional flutist and radio host, she enjoys discovering new music as well as familiar music played in new ways and sharing with readers her points of view in colorful and exacting descriptions. You can email her at alisonyoungdj@gmail.com.

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Isles of Dreams

Rachel Talitman, harp; Marcos Fregnani-Martins, flute; Laurent Houque, viola; Karolina Prieels, cello; Dirk-Michael Kirsch, oboe; and Heike Steinbrecher, English horn. Harp & Co., 2020.

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Play

Pacific Harp Project: Megan Bledsoe Ward, harp; Noel Okimoto, virbes; Todd Yukumoto, sax; Jon Hawes, bass; Allan Ward, drums.

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Jouska

Gentle Soul: Elisa Thorn, harp; Jessicka Ylirussi, voice; Meredith Bates, violin; and Shanto Acharia, cello. Phonometrograph, 2017

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Taylor Street

Taylor Street

Taylor Street: Carol Robbins, harp, with Billy Childs, piano/Fender Rhodes; Bob Sheppard, sax/clarinet; Larry Koonse, guitar; Curtis Taylor, trumpet; Darek Oles, bass; Gary Novak, drums; and Ben Shepherd, electric bass. Jazzcats, 2016

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Wild Harp

Wild Harp is a stunning collection of enchanting textures and colors, and an album that may motivate your own creativity or, at the very least, inspire you to listen in a whole new way.