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Chrysalis, An extract from The Nocturnal Butterfly Suite

[headline h=”1″]Chrysalis, An extract from The Nocturnal Butterfly Suite taken from Road of the Loving Heart album.[/headline] [styled_image size=”medium” align=”left” link=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsG2lDElHd0″ icon=”zoom” lightbox=”yes” alt=”Chrysalis, An extract from The Nocturnal Butterfly Suite”]http://www.phamiegow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Chrysalis.jpg[/styled_image]
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PHAMIE GOW & ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS

Harpist and composer Phamie Gow , rapidly becoming recognised as one of Scotland brightest composing talents, has been commissioned by Copyright Administration Services Limited to compose a major work for the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.” The Edinburgh Suite” will be recorded at Londons’ Metropolis Studios in February and will be released in the early Summer. The RSDG have had 2 number one albums via Universal in the last three years but this is the first time that Pipe and Drums have been called on to perform a serious work. Phamie Gow ( www.phamiegow.com) recently played to 40,000 people in China,
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LMO record The Edinburgh Suite with Phamie Gow

LMO recently completed recordings for The Edinburgh Suite – a new album from Scotland’s multi-talented performer and composer Phamie Gow. Phamie is renowned for her ground breaking performances as harpist,singer,pianist,whistle player,accordianist and composer for film and TV and has toured extensively throughout the World. This collaboration with LMO is her first orchestral album in which she also features extensively as pianist. The first session comprised 23 strings (6 first violins, 6 seconds, 5 violas, 4 celli and 2 double basses) which were led by David Juritz. A string quintet then recorded more tracks in a second session. A third session was
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AAAMusic meets Phamie Gow

AAAMusic met the brilliant Phamie Gow, find out what she told us about her love for harp, piano and singing: AAAMusic: Your curriculum is incredible: you are a harpist, pianist, singer and composer. Let’s start with a simple question: which of these four things do you prefer? Phamie Gow: It depends on how I’m feeling. I go through stages of being in love with one more than the other. For example, just now, I’m in love with the piano! AAA: With which instrument do you usually compose your music? PG: I compose in different ways. Sometimes I wake up in
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Phamie Gow releases new album

Scottish-born Phamie Gow has become well-known for her ground-breaking performances as a harpist – but she’s fast broadening her talents into singing, piano, whistle playing, accordion playing and as composerfor film and TV. Her unique rhythmic musical style has helped to challenge traditional perceptions of harp playing and through collaborations with a wide range of musicians and instruments she has maintained a vibrant fresh sound. Phamie has a new album coming up – Road of the Loving Heart. It’s already available on iTunes for download with the physical CD set for release on 14th March. She spoke to Bob Jones about it.
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Phamie Gow sets trend for Prince and Gaga

The piano Phamie Gow plays on her latest album, The Road of the Loving Heart, has caught the interest of Prince and Lady Gaga. Gow normally uses Steinway pianos, but for this album she’s swapped her Steinway for a piano by contemporary French maker Gary Pons. The stunning translucent piano, reported to be worth £172,000, has also been used by Prince during his latest tour of France, and Lady Gaga’s producer is showing keen interest. Gow comments on the piano: “I usually perform on a Steinway but the Gary Pons is extraordinary, the sound is fabulous… it’s a real pleasure.”
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