Recording of her performance on 6/4/21
Fantasy on a Theme of Haydn, op. 31 - Marcel Grandjany (1891-1975)
La Source - Alphonse Hasselmans (1845-1912)
Pavane et Bransles from Le Trésor d’Orpée - Antoine Francisque (ca. 1570-1605), trans. Marcel Grandjany
Apunte Bético - Gerardo Gombau (1906-1971)
Siciliana - Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936), trans. Marcel Grandjany
Moon River - Henry Mancini (1924-1994), arr. Skaila Kanga
Largo from Violin Sonata no. 3 - J. S. Bach (1685-1750), trans. Marcel Grandjany
Premiere Arabesque - Claude Debussy (1862-1918), trans. Henriette Renié
Petite Suite - David Watkins (b. 1938)
Jacqueline Pollauf, harpist, is a performer, teacher and composer. Praised for playing playing with “transcendent ability” (The Sybaritic Singer), she recently premiered a new work for harp and voice at Carnegie Hall. Past performances include the Eleventh World Harp Congress in Vancouver, Canada and the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. An active recitalist, Jacqueline always seeks to explore the versatility of the harp.
Jacqueline’s compositional works are available through Lyon and Healy Publications, Harp Column Music, and Oakway Studios. Recording credits include a forthcoming album with cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski, and Songs and Dreams for solo harp. Jacqueline has been honored with awards from the Maryland State Arts Council and Chamber Music America. In addition to being the director of the Baltimore Harp Camp, Jacqueline is on faculty at the Baltimore School for the Arts, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She holds degrees from the Peabody Conservatory.
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