Monthly Archives: March 2013

Music for a Good Friday

Posted on

On this Good Friday, I would like to share with you the music of Good Friday 286 years ago, the […]


Some Lessons I Learned

Posted on

In today’s post I share with you some of the lessons I have learned on my musical journey. I am […]


Could you tune without a tuner?

Posted on

What if all the tuners and tuner apps disappeared tomorrow? Could you tune your harp? Of course, the tuners will […]


Five Fun Harp Things to Do This Weekend

Posted on

Put some harp in your weekend,  just for fun!       1. Polish your harp. I like to keep my […]


Grow Your Talent Seed

Posted on

A “talent seed?” This is what I mean: Despite the six inches of snow on the ground at my house, […]


How to Tune Your Harp

Posted on

Tuning a harp is a chore. After all,  we would rather be playing. But tuning is essential. Most importantly, playing […]


No More Useless Lessons!

Posted on

Have you ever had a useless music lesson? Maybe you had a good lesson and then went home and were […]


What does it mean to be in tune?Part 2: All about tuners

Posted on

  How tuners work and the two different kinds of tuners Your tuner’s most important function is to assess the […]


What does it mean to be in tune? Part 1: The Science

Posted on

What does it mean to be in tune? You can be in tune with your friend, your spouse, the times […]


What’s Next?

Posted on

This week I heard two fabulous graduation recitals at Temple University. Afterwards the performers received kudos and congratulations from their […]