Some might consider the music of Lisa Lynne to be Celtic, however, this would not even begin to describe the vivid instrumental soundscapes this talented artist has to offer. The melodies of Maiden’s Prayer are graceful and warm with a bit of renaissance flair. Overall the music quite upbeat, yet, at the same time, it always feels relaxed and calms the nerves. Lynne’s harp-playing is pure enchantment and one of her many talents (she also plays Appalachian dulcimer, bouzouki and bandoura on the album). Assisting Lynne is George Tortorelli playing bamboo flutes, whistles and dumbek, as well as the Laim Ensemble and Musica Angelica, who add richness to her chamber music sound with their exquisite performances.