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Photo of Scotland harpist Marnie

This is a harpist, singer, and composer, who lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she recently completed a masters in music at The University of Edinburgh. Formerly, she was residing in Los Angeles, CA, working as a professional musician and studying film scoring. She has been playing for special events and concerts venues since the age of fifteen, when she first started playing publicly in her hometown of Boise, Idaho. Her list of clients includes the Royal Scottish Academy, University of Edinburgh, Santa Monica Orchestra, City of Beverly Hills, Alan Stevens recording studio, City of Laguna, Children's Hospital of San Diego, and several celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. She played for every variety of engagement, from wedding ceremonies, corporate events, birthday parties, to holiday functions.

She specializes in singing while accompanying herself on the harp, and has performed her original and traditional arrangements on stages throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. She has also arranged a wide range of material for this type of performance, including pop, classical, jazz, folk, and original compositions. She also completed two CDs that feature her talents as a singer/songwriter/harpist.

Her debut recording is entitled Sunday Skies, and is a folk-oriented collection of original and traditional songs. Her more recent CD, Lost Angles, is a collaborative effort called Transit with Scottish electronica and film-composer, Francis Walker.

She plays a full-sized orchestral pedal harp - a beautiful Lyon and Healy gold style 11. She also plays the clarsach, and an electric folk-harp harp built by the French manufacturer, Camac.

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