(English) Live no 4 – „A Stray Cat…” from Haiku by Susann McDonald and Linda Wood
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(English) Live no 3 – „Rope-walking” by Janina Garścia
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(English) Live no 2 – „Moonlight” by Susann McDonald
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(English) Live no 1 – „Cannelle” by Bernard Andrés
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(English) How to sit at the harp
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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

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(English) 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

(English) 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

(English) 7 Steps to More Secure Pedals
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As everyone playing the pedal harp knows, things can get really busy down there! The accuracy of the piece depends a lot on the accuracy of our feet when executing pedal changes. How do we make sure they know where … Read More

(English) How to avoid getting blisters when playing the harp?
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Playing the harp means a lot of hard work for our bodies. It is often the fingertips which constantly come into direct contact with the instrument that take its toll. However, there are two simple things you can do to … Read More

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