'Thyme and Roses' is a beautiful selection of ancient love songs and instrumentals featuring harp and voice.
Jayne and Taryn have arranged every track, giving their unique expression of various tones of love, from the joyous elation of ‘The Lark in the Clear Air’, to the mournful sorrow of ‘Once I had a Sweetheart’.
Contact Jayne to order your copy of ‘Thyme and Roses’
$20 (AUD) each incuding postage and handling.
'Thyme and Roses' is also available on iTunes - click here
Click on any of the underlined examples below to hear a sample (mp3 format)
My Lagan Love Harp & Voice - arr Fiebig
Black is the Colour of my True Love’s Hair Harp & Voice - arr Fiebig
Once I had a Sweetheart Harp, Voice & Cello - arr. Hockley / Fiebig
Spagnoletta Harp & Mandolin - arr. Hockley
Have you seen the Bright Lily Grow? Harp & Voice - arr. Hockley
O, my Love is like a Red, Red Rose Harp & Voice - arr. Hockley
March of King Laois Harp - arr. Hockley
Come Again Harp, Voice & Mandolin - arr. Hockley
I Will Give my Love an Apple Harp. Voice, Mandolin & apm; Cello - arr. Hockley
Down by the Salley Gardens Harp & Voice - arr. Hockley
The Water is Wide Harp & Voice - arr. Hockley
Butterfly Jig Harp - arr. Hockley
Let no Man Steal your Thyme Harp, Voice & Cello - arr. Fiebig / Hockley
Wild Mountain Thyme Harp & Voices (Taryn & Jayne) - arr. Hockley
The Lark in the Clear Air Harp & Voice - arr. Fiebig
About Taryn Fiebig
Taryn Fiebig began learning piano at the age of nine in Perth. After being awarded a music scholarship at high school, she began learning cello. This led to a music degree with a major in cello performance at the University of Western Australia. Taryn continued to study singing while building her career as a cellist then in 1999 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to undertake further vocal training in London. She then returned to Perth to study at the Australian Opera Studio in 2002.
In 2004, Taryn joined the Young Artists Program at Opera Australia; she remained with the company as an ensemble member until 2010 before becoming a freelance artist.
Taryn has performed with all the major Australian opera companies, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Australian Brandenburg Ensemble and the Sydney, West Australian, Adelaide and Queensland Symphony Orchestras.
Internationally, she has sung for the Edinburgh Festival (in Opera Australia’s production of Bliss), in America for the LA Ear Unit and in the UK with the English Chamber Orchestra and for BBC Radio 4.
Taryn is also continues to play the cello, and appears in concerts as both singer and cellist to great aclaim.