Shall We
Shady Grove
Shady Grove features American folk songs, Stephen Foster tunes, and English and Irish ballads that migrated to the Appalachians, as well as hymns and dances from Playford’s The English Dancing Master.
Highland Heart
Highland Heart features pieces from the rich repertoire of Irish and Scottish love songs and laments. Click here for accompanying book
Shall We Gather
For a complete list of books and recordings by Kim visit Gourd Music
Shall We Gather features a sampler of hymns and soulful airs from Kim's collected Gourd recordings. Instrumentation includes solo harp as well as duets and trios with mandolin, wooden flute, cello, oboe with rich arrangements.
Christmas Lullaby
Instrumental lullabies and airs from the rich repertoire of traditional Irish, Welsh and Scottish folk songs, including All through the Night, All the Pretty Little Horses and J.S. Bach's Sheep May Safely Graze. Mostly solo Celtic harp with bells, vibes, mandolin, viola, English horn and cello
Kim performs solo Celtic harp arrangements of poignant seasonal pieces from all around the globe, including Scottish, Irish, Greek, German, Basque, Polish, and Czech carols (Christ Child Lullaby & Balloo Lammy, Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming, Silent Night and more.
Tender Shepherd
Ancient melodies, traditional tunes, hymns, and contemporary compositions on Celtic harp. Includes: Beauty in Tears, Poor Wayfaring Stranger, The Boys of Ballisodare featuring George Winston on guitar, All Things Bright and Beautiful w/strings, Be Thou My Vision, w/ Irish flute, and the Judy Collins song Since You've Asked w/ cello and English horn.
Kim joins forces with Canadian harpist Sharlene Wallace in a collection of high-spirited and soulful Celtic harp duets. Selections include contemporary and traditional music from Scotland, Ireland, France, South America and Canada.
Forget Not the Angels


On her latest recording Kim performs a collection of gentle and lilting traditional compositions from around the globe. As well as pieces by Robert Burns and Turlough O’Carolan Kim also performs the traditional Korean air “Arirang” and a beautiful contemporary waltz titled “Vals” by Noreweigan hardanger fiddle master Vidar Skrede.