Aine Minogue14岁就跟着乐团开始演出，后来到了美国发展。她的歌将传统民谣和现代的一些电子元素结合起来，可听性很强，属于改良过的爱尔兰风格的音乐，带有一些new age的风格。
If prayers were music, what would they sound like? Irish harpist Áine Minogue offers her artful answer on Celtic Meditation Music—a collection of instrumentals inspired by ancient Celtic prayers, specifically composed for meditation and relaxation.
"The Irish harp has always been associated with spirituality," says Minogue, and this is especially evident on her newest album. Using traditional poetry as divine inspiration, she crafts a set of instrumental "slow airs"—feminine, expressive, and dynamic pieces that transpose the silent spaces between the lines of Celtic prayer into melody. < P>Minogue’s numerous albums, including the acclaimed Between the Worlds, cross genres and appeal to Celtic, World, Folk, and New Age music enthusiasts alike. Her introspective style is at once deeply rooted in the ancient form and imbued with a creativity all her own, making her a regular favorite with Billboard Magazine and Boston Globe reviewers and National Public Radio. Now, with Celtic Meditation Music, fans—both new and old—are immersed in the haunting, modal tones of the harp, turning the act of listening into an invitation to an ancient sacred space—an invitation that lasts long after the final vibration of the strings.
Irish harp accompanied by clarinet, cello, violin, and percussion.
Aine Minogue was born in Borrisokane, County Tipperary and began playing the harp at age twelve. She developed her talent as a harpist studying and performing in Ireland and now lives in the United States. In addition to recording six solo albums, she has contributed to numerous soundtracks and compilations, including recordings for PBS, BMG and Virgin Records.
1 Blind Mary
2 Aran Boat Song
3 Far Beyond Yon Mountain/Bridget Cruise
4 Were You at the Rock (An Raibh Tu Ag an Gcarraig)
5 Bruach Na Carraige Bana/At the Edge of the White Rock
6 Dark Island
8 Gentle Maiden
9 Dawning of the Day
10 Easter Snow
11 Limerick's Lamentation (Marbha Na Luimneach)