Golden Locks and Royal Tears: Faure for Harp

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"A Princess in her Tower," by Gabriel Faure, evokes a vivid image of wavy, golden locks and royal tears. Catrin Finch is the harpist in this stunning piece. She's in concert at the University of Maryland.

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