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  • Of each pair one bore clasped to breast a globe of that milky crystal in the sapphire shrine-room; the other a harp, small, shaped somewhat like the ancient clarsach of the Druids.

    The Moon Pool

  • Her pleasure was to play the harp -- a clarsach of great beauty, with Iona carving on it -- to the singing of her daughter

    John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn

  • Of each pair one bore clasped to breast a globe of that milky crystal in the sapphire shrine-room; the other a harp, small, shaped somewhat like the ancient clarsach of the Druids.

    The Moon Pool

  • Of each pair one bore clasped to breast a globe of that milky crystal in the sapphire shrine-room; the other a harp, small, shaped somewhat like the ancient clarsach of the Druids.

    The Moon Pool

  • Hannah Phillips on clarsach and finally another piper,

    BBC Blog Network

  • Rideout plays violin and viola on the disc, in these works from Scotland's big music (ceòl mòr) - pibroch being the most extended musical form composed for bagpipes over the centuries, and occasionally written for fiddle and clarsach (the small Scottish harp) as well.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • Her forte was the clarsach - the Scottish harp - and she went on to be six times champion at the Mod.

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  • Rideout plays violin and viola on the disc, in these works from Scotland's big music (ceòl mòr) - pibroch being the most extended musical form composed for bagpipes over the centuries, and occasionally written for fiddle and clarsach (the small Scottish harp) as well.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • Hearing our clarsach players (they play with my dad in

    British Blogs

  • Hearing our clarsach players (they play with my dad in

    British Blogs

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