Celtic Charms


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” …Mr. Dutton has a lovely lyric tenor voice which is enhanced by expert self-accompanying. In fact, the most outstanding feature of this album is the most interesting accompanying. Too many harper-singers rely solely on arpeggios and cliches. It takes skill to design an unusual accompaniment and then sing it at the same time Mr. Dutton has succeeded at both…This is a wonderful album with some unusual and charming touches. I recommend it to all Celtophiles.” Folk Harp Journal

” …And oh how he sings. His voice is very pleasant, not at all intrusive and you can relax completely as you listen to his choices… A folk tune tells a story and Mr. Dutton’s diction is so precise and clear that I, who was unfamiliar with the songs, had no difficulty following the tales…” – The Cape Codder Newspaper

” …(Dutton’s) voice is strong and expressive and the harp so crisp and stirring. An overall re- laxing (recording) – haunting, lovely old songs that are a joy to hear again and again.” – Cynthia Lehmkuhl, Choral Conductor


  • Down By The Salley Gardens
  • Ye Banks & Breas
  • The Lark In The Clear Air
  • Weel Mack The Keel Row
  • Eleanor Plunkett/Kitty Magennis/Colonel Irwin
  • The Fairy’s Love Song
  • The Bard Of Armaugh
  • Glenlivet
  • Garten Mother’s Lullaby
  • Arran Boat Song
  • Bridget Cruise
  • Skye Boat Song/Mingulay Boat Song
  • She Moved Through The Fair
  • Sea Invocation
  • An Eriskay Love Lilt
  • Castle Of Dromore
  • The Price of My Pig/Stan Chapman
  • The Mountains of Mourne
  • The Burning of the Piper’s Hut
  • Danny Boy