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Martha's 2009 performance at The Somserset Folk Harp Festival (July 9, 2009)

  • May the Music
  • Precious One
  • If Music Be the Food of Love
  • G Ditty
  • Introducing the MIDI Harp
  • Part of My Heart (Meaghan's Song)
Highlighting the Camac Electric harp
A lovely version of a selection from "Songs From the Stones" played on the Camac Electric harp.
A blues piece from "Songs From the Stones" played on the 36 string Kortier harp
A fun little harp ditty played on the 36 string Kortier harp
Presenting the Kortier MIDI harp
Martha's MIDI harp arrangement of Part of My Heart- Meaghan's Song
Selections from Martha's 3rd Not Out of the Woods Yet concert. Performed Jan. 2009 at the Lake Placid center for the Arts. Sorry about the blurry video.

  • May the Music
  • 59th St Bridge-G Ditty
  • It's the Same All Over
  • High Price Blues
  • Autumn Leaves
  • Calling All Marthas
  • Martha Matrix
  • Precious One
  • Sunny Side of the Street
  • Not Out of the Woods Yet
A Celebration of Music
A fun medley combining a Simon & Garfunkel song with one of Martha's
Martha joins special guests Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman
Martha resurrects an old blues song that still resonates today
Done as a tango (and in portuguese). Todd Moe of North Coutry Public Radio dances with Sue Grimm
Martha explains how the gods conspired to prevent a "matrix of Marthas"
A spoof on Momma Mia celebrating being a Martha!
One of the Songs from the Stones translated into spanish
Martha can't resist the standards!!
The song that ends the set. It's different every time!
Video selections from Martha's 1st Not Out of the Woods Yet concert at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts

  • Intro Wanderings
  • Rioting
  • Motherless Child
  • Ain't Misbehavin'
  • Ebb and Flow
  • Good Day to Die
  • La Bamba - The Encore
Martha's musical wanderings introduction
Brian Melick joins Martha in a comic rendition of a Kingston Trio song.
Martha's unique interpretation.
A fun song from Martha's jazz past.
Martha's original song written for this show. Beth Robinson joins her on cello.
The wonderful drummers from Burlington Taiko join on this song. As far as we can tell this is a worlds first, celtic harp and taiko drums. Please visit burlingtontaiko.org.
The Encore! Celtic harp, Taiko drums, Udu, Conga, Flute, Cello, Guitar, and singing!! What Fun!! Please visit burlingtontaiko.org.
Presented in Elizabethtown, NY, the Piano by Nature concert series was conceived by Rose Chancler. Please visit pianobynature.org for performance information.

  • Intro to John Cage's In a Landsacpe
  • In a Landscape
  • Ebb & Flow
  • How Can I Keep from Singing
Rose Chancler introduces John Cage's piece In a Landscape.
John Cage's piece In a Landscape. Rose Chancler s the pianist. Enjoy getting lost in this piece!
A solo rendition of this song. This arrangement was inspired by Smetana's The Moldau. See Not Out of the Woods Yet 1 for a version with cello.
A beautiful song performed on the Midi Harp. This harp is built by Dave Kortier. Please visit kortier.com. Nice lampshade Martha- what next, dancing on the table?

  • America the Beautiful
  • Little One for KCS Spanish Night '09
America the Beautiful on the midi harp with a new verse by Martha Gallagher. Presented in honor of Obama's inauguration.
Martha's song Little One was translated into spanish as an arts-in-ed project for Keene Central School. Sung by the 6th grade and The Bears (2nd grade)