Live no 7 – Scales exercises with a 7-day practice plan
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Series of mini-lessons for beginner and intermediate harpists Watch Live every Friday at 11:00 am GMT on:  Facebook  Instagram   Today we’re going to tackle SCALES, and we are going to discuss… The new format of the Live, which comes … Read More

Live no 5 – “Gavotte” by Christoph Willibald Gluck
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In this episode you will hear about…    the harp I am using today the owner of the harp, Olivia Jageurs and her cool projects:  15 Second Harp Bachn’Eggs concert series, and the special offer for the next performance   … Read More

Live no 4 – “A Stray Cat…” from Haiku by Susann McDonald and Linda Wood
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In this episode I’m talking about… Where am I today and why Who “sponsored” today’s episode and how Interesting ideas on how to fit 4 harps into the orchestra   About the piece part of the book “Haiku for the … Read More

Live no 3 – “Rope-walking” by Janina Garścia
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New series for beginner and intermediate harpists In episode no 3 you will hear me talking about… my new baby-harp (Derwent Adventurer 20) and why I bought it the composer of today’s piece – Janina Garścia her book – “On the … Read More

Live no 2 – “Moonlight” by Susann McDonald
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New series for beginner and intermediate harpists In the 2nd episode (live on 3rd May 2019) you will hear me talking about… last week’s episode and where to find previous episodes how can you learn to read music faster Discover … Read More

Live no 1 – “Cannelle” by Bernard Andrés
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New series for beginner and intermediate harpists In this first episode (live on 26th April 2019) you will hear me talking about… The idea behind the series – Discover the Harp Ebook – Few recordings of pieces available for intermediate … Read More

How to sit at the harp
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What do you think – how much does a harp weigh? Do harpists have to be heavy lifters? Or do you need to know some special technique to hold it properly? It is true that playing the harp does require … Read More

Moving a Harp
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There is one question that I hear all the time – “how do you move it?!”. Well, here goes a detailed explanation (9 minutes)! As you probably know, it is my very first blog entry. If you are an avid … Read More

Preparing for auditions and recitals
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While practice is something that musicians engage with every day, there may be times when you feel the need to supercharge your practice, perhaps ahead of an important concert, audition or exam. Today I’ll share with you two tips which … Read More

Harp repertoire for weddings and functions
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Reaching the skill level that enables you to provide music for others and get paid for it is a very exciting moment for every music student. I still remember the very first function that I played at and all the … Read More

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