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  • Suzannewt tipped $5!
  • martha-gallagher: Very civilized for cats!
  • martha-gallagher: Thanks Suzanne.
  • Gerry: Gerry Mancino following....This is great..seeing you "live" makes me miss you less (if that is possible)
  • martha-gallagher: Thanks Gerry -- The Beach Sketches CDs will ship the day after Thanksgiving (Martha's husband typing)
  • lgdetmer: I'm here too.. Lynne in Virginia
  • martha-gallagher: Hi Lynne, Sorry you're missing the snow storm up here.
  • lgdetmer: We need the moisture...!
  • martha-gallagher: Very True.
  • Charlotte Smith-Jones: This is so beautiful!!
  • nana5cat: What is the name of the harp maker again? Brian wants to march in the band with his harp.
  • Charlotte Smith-Jones: I had a little tech problem in the beginning so I missed some of the speech does each piece start with new day and a number after it ?
  • martha-gallagher: Alex Marini -- not too far from where you are. Not far from New Holland if I remember correctly.
  • martha-gallagher: New Day or End of Day with a number.
  • nyannatobin: Loverly. New Harper here. Tell us about your Hope Harp. I live in Boston. I will walk by the sea and play mine from Tasty Harp Co. It looks like a harpsicle
  • nana5cat: Thank you!! Thank looks marchable!!
  • martha-gallagher: Martha would walk with the harp twice in a day (at least)
  • nana5cat: Brian was going to try his big Infinity by Heartland. This would be much better!!
  • martha-gallagher: This harp is named "Grace". "Hope" is a Dusty Strings harp.
  • martha-gallagher: This harp weighs 7 lbs. fyi
  • Suzannewt: Do you have a song titled "The Dolphins' Song"?
  • martha-gallagher: For the story of "Hope", please got to adkharper.com and look in the sidebar on the right. (The site is not very mobile friendly, yet.
  • nyannatobin: How many strings? Who is it made by? I am enjoying your stories. I could listen forever. Shalom.
  • martha-gallagher: "Dolphin Song" -- not yet.
  • martha-gallagher: Maybe 28 strings. Called "The Bass Minstrel". Made by Marini Harps in PA.
  • RG tipped $5!
  • martha-gallagher: thanks Rob
  • nana5cat: Thank you. The music is beautiful!!
  • martha-gallagher: marinimade.com or marinimadeharps.com not sure which
  • RG: Verified: marinimadeharps.com
  • martha-gallagher: This harp has a wireless mic inside the sound box.
  • lgdetmer: Your natural warmth and caring nature inhabits your music. You bring joy and peace to all of us listening. Thank you!
  • nanceboth: And I thought you were just hanging out in the sun! Thanks for sharing.
  • martha-gallagher: Kind words, Lynne. Thanks
  • martha-gallagher: And buying oranges!
  • Gerry: Gerry Mancino: What a soothing and peaceful way to ease into the night. Sweet
  • Suzannewt: This is my favorite song yet. It
  • Suzannewt: It is so heavenly.
  • lgdetmer tipped $2!
  • martha-gallagher: Thanks Lynne
  • nana5cat: So beautiful. Thank you!!! Can't we
  • nana5cat: Continued...,can't wait to hear the CD!!
  • nyannatobin: mine also. I feel like crying to have such beauty after such hard times. Do you ever come to New England? Looking forward to webinar. Shalom.
  • Charlotte Smith-Jones: This was so lovely thanks Martha!
  • martha-gallagher: So.. a webinar is tentatively planned for Nov. 27 (next Sunday).
  • martha-gallagher: We're 45 minutes from VT. Where in New England would you like to see Martha perform?
  • lgdetmer: See you soon... in the snowy... I hope... Adirondacks. And Thanks!!! Lynne

Past shows

  • Martha Gallagher Beach Sketches

    This show was on Nov 20th, 2016 | 33 people watched
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    • Nov 20
      I loved the music and the stories. I was surprised by the beautiful low strings on her harp. I thought those harps had mostly high notes.
    • Nov 20
      What was your favorite part of the performance?All of it. Besides being a fantastic musician, she is so comfortable sharing her life with the audience. Martha's music tonight (as always) was soothing and peaceful. I loved how she shared the details of what she was doing when the music "came" to her.
    • Nov 21
      Loved the concert. It was a wonderful intimate experience.
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  • Martha Gallagher/www.adkharper.com

    This show was on Nov 22nd, 2014 | 11 people watched
    5 Comments - See all
    • Nov 23
      Martha's performance was wonderful…as always! Great Music and a Great Message for a Great Cause (High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care)
    • Nov 23
      Great show. Thank you, Marta. Sorry we missed Miss Tiggy. Cats are their own masters. Loved hearing Grace! Good luck!
    • Nov 23
      Great live concert Martha! Your stories also really drew me in...I listened attentively to each song that you shared. Your final piece was especially enjoyable - very inspiring. Thanks from a fellow harper, Emily Weber, Willowdance Wellness Centre
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Bio

Singer/songwriter Martha Gallagher is an enigma that defies musical pigeonholes. Her original songs glide in the blink of an eye from wailing blues to Latin grooves to Classical inspirations, from swingin' Jazz to vibrant contemporary Folk. Her voice is chameleon-like, ranging from smokin' hot to achingly tender, and all that's in between. Add to that the unusual twist that her instrument of... more

Singer/songwriter Martha Gallagher is an enigma that defies musical pigeonholes. Her original songs glide in the blink of an eye from wailing blues to Latin grooves to Classical inspirations, from swingin' Jazz to vibrant contemporary Folk. Her voice is chameleon-like, ranging from smokin' hot to achingly tender, and all that's in between. Add to that the unusual twist that her instrument of choice is not the expected guitar, but the HARP, bold and beautiful. And not just any harp; Martha’s one-of-a kind Orphan Harp, named Hope, must be seen and heard!

“Martha Gallagher is Janis Joplin-Joan Baez-Jean Redpath all rolled into one! She's a treasure; her music lifts up the spirit and reminds us why we're here."
-Todd Moe, North Country Public Radio

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