Kim Robertson

Here’s some Celtic harp music by Kim Robertson to listen with Spotify.

Songs

These are some of her more popular songs.

Kim Robertson (Playlist) – 24 songs, 1 hr 28 min

 

Albums

Here are her studio albums.

“Forget Not The Angels” by Kim Robertson (2014) – 15 songs, 58 min

 

“Q & A” by Kim Robertson and Sharlene Wallace (2013) – 13 songs, 51 min

 

“Shall We Gather” by Kim Robertson (2012) – 16 songs, 53 min

 

“Shady Grove” by Kim Robertson (2009) – 14 songs, 51 min

 

“Highland Heart” by Kim Robertson (2006) – 14 songs, 46 min

 

“Searching For Lambs” by Kim Robertson (2003) – 14 songs, 49 min

 

“The Spiral Gate” by Kim Robertson (1999) – 13 songs, 46 min

 

“Wood, Fire & Gold” by Kim Robertson (1996) – 11 songs, 47 min

 

“Treasures Of The Celtic Harp” by Kim Robertson (1995) – 16 songs, 47 min

 

“Tender Shephard” by Kim Robertson (1992) – 14 songs, 48 min

 

Videos

“Sleep Son in da Morning” by Kim Robertson and Maeve Gilchrist at Somerset Folk Harp Festival, Parsippany, New Jersey (2010) – 2 min 51 sec

 

“Come all You Fair And Tender Ladies & Oh Susanna” by Kim Robertson at Somerset Folk Harp Festival, Parsippany, New Jersey (2010) – 4 min 16 sec

 

“Shenandoah/The River Is Wide” by Kim Robertson at Irish Fest, La Crosse, Wisconsin (2008) – 3 min 26 sec

 

“Slumber My Darling” by Kim Robertson at Irish Fest, La Crosse, Wisconsin (2008) – 5 min 46 sec

 

“Moving Cloud” by Kim Robertson at Irish Fest, La Crosse, Wisconsin (2008) – 3 min 19 sec

 

Links

These are links to his website, social media, and general information.

These are links to artist pages at popular music players and music stores.

Photo credit: Forget Not the Angels @ Amazon (album cover).

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