- gaelicharp.info – The first and best source for early gaelic harp information.
- Historical Harp Society – the society promoting the national instrument of Ireland – The Cláirseach
- Scoil na gClairseach – a weeklong workshop in Kilkenny organizet by the Historical Harp Society of Ireland – I think it should be declared as a World Heritage event 😉
- Ann Heymann – the page of the doyenne of the Cláirseach revival.
- Siobhán Armstrong – the webpage of a talented harpist and harper, the chair of the Historical Harp Society of Ireland.
- Leszek Pelc – The webpage of an instrument maker, who makes early medieval instruments, the maker of my Queen Mary replica. ( website in Polish)
- Davy Patton – An Irish woodworker and artist, Davy makes breathtakingly beautiful harps. He made the exect copy of the Queen Mary harp for Simon Chadwick.
- Harpers Green – a polish harp website, has a section about the cláirseach. (website in Polish)
- Project Telyn Rawn – An interesting project concerning the revival of the welsh horsehair strung harp
- Vincente La Camera – Harper and harpist from the Canaries.
- Danar – Polish celtic folk band.
- Gabriela Kulka – Pianist and songwriter
- Kwartet Pro Forma – A quartet playing their own music as well as J. Kaczmarski. (website in Polish)
- Grabek Music – The webpage of Wojtek Grabek with info on his new album “8”, which features also Barbara’s harp.
- Heather Dale – sings songs for modern dreamers. Wonderful music from Canada.
- Cécile Corbel – a Bretonne harpress and singer, very talented lady.
- Patrycja Napierała – she plays frame drums, cajon, drums and kitchen utensils.
- Celtica – an Irish dancing formation from Poznań, Poland (website in Polish)
- Studio Linnenn – Photography and artistic photomanipulation by Monika Goldszmidt (website in Polish)
- Polish-Irish Society A webpage of the society promoting the Irish culture in Poland (website in Polish)
- Silverclock – Storytelling with photography.
- Firefly in the Darkness – a webpage promoting a children’s story about a brave firefly. The website promotes donating to Kids Need to Read. Check it out. There are harp sounds in it as well 🙂