Louise Spencer is signed to independent publisher & record label Pretty Decent Music
Composer, pianist and harpist Louise Spencer presents this deeply
personal recording which lays bare the musical poetry of beauty and tension through an uncomplicated, mindful performance.
Immersed in a cloud of organic noises and effects, contemporary classical composer and harpist Louise Spencer sews hypnotic melodic fragments with hints of clarity, ultimately escaping memory within the dreamy haze of night.
Harp Portrait No.2
A graceful new composition blending Louise Spencer's intimate harp melodies with the gentle accompaniment of George Wilson and The Enigma Ensemble, journeying colourful tones and inventive, alluring harmonies.
Harp Portrait No.1
Kimigao, The National Anthem of Japan
A beautiful and solemn adaptation of Japan’s majestic National Anthem 'Kimigayo'. Louise Spencer conveys the humble melody with uncomplicated harp chords and gentle sparkle, whilst the rich sound of The Enigma Ensemble (directed by George Wilson) provides a sweet harmonic underscore to heighten the majesty of this ancient anthem.
Louise Spencer's delicate solo harp reworking of Jonny Martyr’s acoustic piece. Taken from Impossible Space: Reworked, available to stream now.
Classical Favourites for Harp
New arrangements of twelve celebrated works by composers including Handel, Schubert and Bach. Among perennial favourites 'Ave Maria' and 'Air on the G string', Louise shares the beautiful 'Flower Duet', Satie's ever-popular 'Gynopédie No. 1', the jubilant coronation anthem 'Zadok the Priest' and Hubert Parry's masterpiece 'Jerusalem', all in graceful arrangement for solo harp.