Japan-inspired album launched from a fantasy home in Dunmow
- Credit: The Lonely Harps Club
An Essex harpist launched her debut album from a famous fantasy house in Dunmow.
Julia Mascetti, the musician behind The Lonely Harps Clu,b launched her album Long Game online, streaming the event live from Talliston House.
Talliston is an ex-council house which has been transformed into a dream-world home.
Harpist Julia said it was an honour to perform at Talliston.
She added: "Long Game is an album that brings together some of my musical experiences, such as my time as a folk pop harpist and as the singer of a melodic metal band while living in Japan.
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"Lyrically, a main theme is 'transitions', whether that’s moving to a new home, a new country, or a new stage of life.
"'Persistence in difficult times' is also a theme which might be relatable to lots of us right now."
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