Catrin Finch plays “Clair de Lune”

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For your mid-winter listening pleasure… it doesn’t get much better than “Clair de Lune” performed by the incomparable Catrin Finch. The famous piece is the third movement of Debussy’s Suite Bergamasque, for solo piano, but you have to think Debussy knew it would be perfect played on the harp. The performance took place in March, 2013, at the Madinat Theater in Dubai. Enjoy!

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Kimberly Rowe is co-founder of Harp Column and served as Editor of the print edition from 1993–2013. She now serves as Web Editor. Kimberly performs and teaches in the mid-Atlantic region of the US. She is co-founder of the Young Artist's Harp Seminar, and on the faculty at Temple University, in Philadelphia.

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