Tag Archives: repertoire

Eat Your Vegetables – Review Your Music!

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Do you review your music as a regular part of your practice, or a “maybe if I get around to […]


Is Your Repertoire Ready?

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Is your repertoire ready to play? Imagine you received this phone call today:   “Good morning [YOUR NAME HERE]. I’m […]


What Will You Accomplish This Summer?

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What do you want to accomplish this summer? Will you just get a nice tan or will you be more […]


How to Discover Your Musical Signature

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What is your musical signature? Maybe you’ve never given it any thought, but I can assure you that you have […]


What Do You NEED to Know?

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Remember those high school classes you thought were a waste of time? Maybe you were one of those who struggled […]


Build Your Repertoire without Having a Breakdown

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The scene: A visitor comes to your home and sees your beautiful harp in its special place in your living […]


Are You Missing a Piece?

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Do you feel like you’re missing something, like there is something that’s stopping you from making the musical progress you’re […]


What’s next for you?

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What will you do next? I was able to spend a day at the Somerset Folk Harp Festival recently and […]


7 Things You Can Learn from Gigging Harpists (even if you only play for your dog)

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Ok. So you never want to play in public. Even playing for your dog makes you nervous. Believe it or […]


How to Create Momentum, Part 1

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If you are one of those busy harpists who played everywhere during the holiday season, you may seriously need a […]