This Traditional Irish tune is also known as ?Caisléan
U, Néill? in Ireland, which means ?O'Neill's Castle? in
English. As regards the title ?The Lark in the Clear
Air?, it comes from a poem by Samuel Ferguson
I created this arrangement for Harp, Flute & Cello to
bring the rich depth of the cello for serenity, the
high pich of the flute as the Lark and the harp to
provide a soothing mantra.