Monthly Archives: August 2012

Harping on Pinterest

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I’m new to Pinterest. It usually takes me awhile to figure out new social media sites, but Pinterest intrigues me. […]


Why not pretend to be organized?

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I pretend to be organized, and I think you should too. If you’re one of the few truly organized people, […]


Allow Enough Preparation Time in Your Music Practice…

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  …or, You Can’t Rush the Pig Trying to hurry through your music practice? When practicing music for a concert, […]


The Value of a Personal Musical Vision Statement – Part 2

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Do you have a personal musical vision statement? By turning your dreams and goals into your own musical vision, you […]


Musicianship Rule #11 – Practice with Your Brain

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Practice with Your Brain, my Musicianship Rule #11, is all about “informing your performance.” It means bringing the best of […]


The Value of a Personal Musical Vision Statement – Part 1

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Do you have a personal musical vision statement? By turning your dreams and goals into your own musical vision, you […]


Harp Care When its Hot, Hot, Hot!

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We have just survived the hottest July on record, and there’s no reason to expect August to be any cooler. […]


The Aeolian Harp

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The Aeolian harpĀ  is a stringed instrument that is played by the wind. It is named after Aeolus, the ruler […]


Don’t Lose Momentum on Your Vacation

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You deserve a vacation, some time off away from everything, even away from practicing the harp. But how can you […]


Michael Phelps: The Greatest Olympian of All Time

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This past weekend we saw Michael Phelps win his 22nd Olympic medal, earning him the title “Greatest Olympian of All […]