According to Melody’s, A Scottish Tune Book is “Lower Intermediate, [for] all harps. Songs in the keys of A (three sharps), G, C, and C written in Sue’s elegant style. Tunes lay well under the fingers, not a lot of “clutter” in the left hand to distract from the melody’s beauty.
- Adew Dundee,
- Banjo Breakdown,
- The Banks of the Lossie,
- Beinn A’Cheathaich,
- Calum A’Ghlinne,
- The De’il’s In The Kitchen,
- Eilean A’Cheo,
- The Celtic Society Quickstep,
- Highland Boat Song,
- I Love My Love For Love Again,
- Jack Broke the Prison Door,
- Pibroch Donald Dhu,
- Miss Stewart Of Grantully,
- Whistle O’er The Lave O’t
For additional information including specs (page count, binding style), content, and sample pages, view the listing on folkharp.com
About Our Presenter, Sue Richards
Sue Richards is an internationally known performer, teacher, composer and author. Sue has recorded dozens of CDs, and has entertained audiences throughout the U.S. and Europe.
After first studying the concert harp in Ohio with Lucy Lewis and Jean Harriman, Sue turned to the Celtic harp and the Irish and Scottish traditional music of her heritage. Since then, Sue has performed numerous times for the Embassy of Ireland in Washington, DC, has twice played for President Bill Clinton, and recently added Queen Elizabeth II and President and Mrs. Bush to her list.
Sue has sat in with The Chieftains and has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion. She has performed in Scotland at Celtic Connections in Glasgow and at the Edinburgh International Harp Festival, and she recently toured Norway and Sweden with the Harpa ensemble.