Lady of the Lake celebrates the fire of life and the dance of the ages with their contemporary Celtic-influenced music. The group performs instrumental music and epic songs, highlighting cello, violin, and flute against rhythm guitar and drums and the sounds of harp and keyboard.
Traditional favorites such as The Red-Haired Boy and The Water is Wide are interwoven with the Lawsons’ originals, including settings of poetry by Yeats, and tunes inspired by their own lives. Their musical influences include Loreena McKennitt, Solas, Lunasa, Secret Garden, Mirabai Ceiba, and Eugene Friesen. As they are also performers of historical music, with Sacramento Baroque Soloists, the group enjoys bringing in the colors of old instruments and styles.
Lady of the Lake's first album celebrates the coming of the light to the darkness and is available for purchase as a CD or for download.
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