Áine Minogue

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Áine Minogue (born 27 May 1977) is a harpist born in Borrisokane, County Tipperary, Ireland, now living in New England.[1] She plays the Irish harp and sings. She has made numerous recordings in styles generally categorized as Irish, Celtic, folk, new age and semi classical.


  • Were You at the Rock
  • The Mysts of Time
  • Between the Worlds
  • Circle of the Sun
  • Celtic Meditation Music
  • The Twilight Realm
  • Celtic Lamentations
  • Celtic Pilgrimage
  • Celtic Moon (composed of select tracks from "Circle of the Sun" and "Between the Worlds")
  • Winter, A Meditation
  • Close Your Eyes, Love
  • To Warm the Winter's Night

Guest artists: Instrumentalists: Arden String Quartet (Zioa Bologovsky, violin; Rohan Gregory, violin; Louisa Sarkissian, viola) Tim Archibald (Bass) Chris Carey (Drums & Percussion) Seamús Connolly (fiddle) William Coulter (guitar) Johnny Cunningham (fiddles, production, viola) Byron Duckwall (cello)Seamús Egan (Irish whisltes, Low D whistle, mandolin, guitar) Eugene Friesen (Cello) Steve Gorn (Bansuri Flutes)"Mance Grady" (Irish pipes) Alasdair Halliday (rhythm guitar, piano) Kathy Halvoron (oboe, English horn) Brad Hatfield (Strings and orchestration) Baird Hersey (throat singing) Tom Hill (Clarinet) Winifred Horan (fiddles/viola) Lindsey Horner (bass) Patrick Hutchinson (Irish pipes) Paul Machlis (keyboards) John McGann (guitars) Joanie Madden (flute, Irish whistles, low D whistle) Takaaki Masuko (percussion) Bríd Meaney (Concertina) Sheldon Mirowitz (Guitar) Daniel Orlanski (didjeridoo, steel cello) Bob Patton (Soprano sax) Scott Petito (production, programming, guitar, percussion, keyboards, guitar, bass, piano) Barry Phillips (cello, tabla, keyboards) Shelley Phillips (oboe, English horn) Gerry Putnam (mandolin) Claudio Regazzi (guitar) Randy Roos (Soundscapes) Steve Schuch (fiddle) Mark Simos (guitar) Cillian Vallely (Irish pipes/whistles) Ben Wittman (drums) Wesley Wirth (bass) Sam Zucchini (percussion)

Singers: John Arimond, Alasdair Halliday, Jeramie Hammond, Takaaki Masuko, Barry Phillips, Beth Reineke, Leslie Ritter

with Druidstone (band)[edit]

  • Vow: an Irish Wedding Celebration (1999)
  • The Spirit of Christmas

Additional Guest Artists not previously listed:

Skip Healy (flute); Matthew Sean Glazer: fiddles Paul Groff (concertina, accordion) Gerry Leeke (percussion, tabla) Laurel Martin (fiddle) Brian Meyers (bass bodhran)Abby Newton (cello)Jimmy Noonan (Irish flute) Billy Novick (clarinet) Lindsay O'Donovan (piano)Bruno Raberg (bass)


  • (Various Artists), Celtic Visions (RCA Victor/BMG)
  • (Various Artists), "Sacred Spirit" Celtic Twilight (Hearts of Space)
  • (Various Artists), Celtic Wave (Sony/BMG)
  • (Various Artists), Dublin to Dakar (Putumayo)
  • (Various Artists), Echoes Living Room Series, Vol. 4
  • (Various Artists), A Winter's Tale (Universal)
  • (Various Artists), "Celtic Lullaby" (Putumayo)
  • (Various Artists), Exotica - World Music Divas (BMG Classics)
  • (Various Artists), Celtic Heartbeat Christmas (Decca)
  • (Various Artists), "European Playground" (Putumayo)
  • (Various Artists), Celtic Christmas II (Windham Hill/BMG)
  • (Various Artists), "Highlands IV (Warner Bros)
  • (Various Artists), "A Celtic Heartbeat Christmas" (Atlantic)
  • (Various Artists), Celtic Spirit (Narada/Virgin)
  • (Various Artists), Celtic Love (JVC Victor)
  • (Various Artists), "Celtic Christmas" (Putumayo)
  • (Various Artists), "Still" (Echoes)
  • (Various Artists), "Celtic Dreamland" (Putumayo)
  • (Various Artists), "Comfort & Joy" (Rounder)
  • (Various Artists), "A Christmas Celtic Sojourn" (Rounder)
  • (Various Artists), "Exotica, World Music Divas" (RCA Victor/BMG)
  • John O'Donohue "To Bless the Space Between Us" (Sounds True)
  • John O'Donohue, "Soul Friend/Anam Chara" spoken word (Sounds True)

Special Projects & collaborations:

  • Tommy Makem "Ancient Pulsing" (PBS/TV and CD)
  • "Tommy Makem's Ireland" (PBS/TV)
  • John O'Donohue, "Soul Friend/Anam Chara" spoken word (Sounds True)
  • Michael Dowling, Artist installation "Freshwater"
  • Stirling Harris "The Little Horse that Could" (soundtrack)
  • Wilfred E. Richard, Photographer "The Four Seasons/Hidden Landscapes" (soundtrack)
  • Dr. Ray Shea "Yeats Country" (soundtrack)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Biography". Minogue. Retrieved 2016-02-16.