Highland Heart
For her latest solo harp recording Kim has selected pieces from the rich repertoire of Irish and Scottish love songs and laments.Click here for accompanying book

Shady Grove
Kim Robertson's latest release features rich instrumental renditions of American folk songs, Stephen Foster tunes, and English and Irish ballads that migrated to the Southern Appalachians, as well as hymns and dances from Playford’s The English Dancing Master. Click here for accompanying book
Christmas Lullaby
On this beautiful all solo Celtic harp recording Kim performs a wealth of seasonal pieces from all around the globe. Click here for accompanying book
Searching for Lambs
Kim returns to Gourd Music with 14 beautiful instrumental arrangements of ancient melodies, traditional tunes, hymns, and contemporary compositions.
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Hymns & Inspiring Airs from Kim Robertson's Collected Recording
Windshadows II
More of the magical simplicity and elegance of Kim, recalling bygone eras and modes of behavior, be they courtly or wrapped in a world of fantasy.
Tender Shepherd
Kim adds her superb touch to the timeless beauty of traditional Irish, Welsh and Scottish folk songs, and the title tune, from the Broadway musical Peter Pan.
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Wood, Fire & Gold
Inspired by ancient Celtic, French and American melodies. Songs include a beautiful version of Wondrous Love (in French) and som-som beni .
With cellist Virginia Kron, features lots of originals, including Temple of Wisdom, Threshold, Amethyst, plus Celtic beauties.
From compositions by George Winston and Alfrado Ortiz to Kim's own originals to tradtional pieces from Italy, Japan and Ireland
Celtic Christmas II
With cellist Virginia Kron. Away in a Manger, We Three Kings, Silent Night, Noel Nouvelet, Merrily on High, Pastourelle, Come All Ye Shepherds.
Celtic Christmas I: The First Nowell, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, Greensleeves, Lo How a Rose, Christ Child's Lullaby, Coventry Carol, Good King Wenceslas

Angels in Disguise: mostly Celtic, featuring Alasdair Fraser on fiddle, along with other guests, and for the first time on record, Kim sings!

Windshadows Vol. 1: Kim's first recording. Contains: Lauda, Arran Boat Song, King of the Fairies, Spagnolleta, Carolan's dream and more.

Wild Iris: with flutist Steve Kujala, includes Blind Mary, Shenandoah, Luna de Miel, and several originals by Kim and Steve.

Waterspirit: more of what Kim does best: exquisite performances of Celtic and European melodies.

Love Song to a Planet: Mist Covered Mountains, Amazing Grace, The Dark Island, and New World.

Fair Play
Fair Play represents Patrick’s return to his first love, the rare, legendary brass–strung harp of ancient Ireland. Captivating and beloved airs drawn from the rich tradition of Gaelic song, a pair of Ireland’s most lively and celebrated dance tunes,and seven of the most elegant and endearing melodies by Ireland’s greatest composer, Turlough O’Carolan.

From a Distant Time
Includes Greensleeves, The Grenadier and the Lady, The Road to Lisdoonvarna, Ode to Whiskey, The Ash Grove, Caitlin Triall.

Secret Isles
Includes Planxty Burke, Song of the Water Kelpie, The Sheep Under the Snow, Carolan's Favorite Jig, The Foggy Dew.

Music on the Wind
Twenty two tracks drawn from all of Patrick’s albums (1983-2003)—the tunes that most enchanted his listeners.
Total time:79:22.

Includes Castle Kelly, Arran Boat Song, May Morning Dew (Morrison's Jig), Limerick's Lamentation (Brian Boru's March).

Music of O'Carolan
Includes Carolan's Quarrel With the Landlady, Blind Mary, Sheebeg Sheemore, Young William Plunkett, Carolan's Welcome.

O'Carolan's Dream
Includes The Butterfly, Morgan Megan, Mabel Kelly, La Valse Pour Les Petites Jeunes Filles, Rory Dall's Sister's Lament.

Features words and music as Patrick tells tales including Gwilan's Harp, The Matchmaker, Tomás, Moore's Castle, The Seal, and The Soul Agony.

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Patrick Ball in Performance.