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Is Learning The Harp Harder Than You Thought?

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Is learning the harp harder than you thought? I can imagine the moment, probably because so many of us experienced […]


Want a Great Lesson? 3 Must-Know Tips!

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Did you have a great lesson this week? I recently wrote an article for Harp Column magazine titled “Gold Star […]


Where is Music Leading You?

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Do you think you know where music is leading you? Is it to a career, a fulfilling avocation, or a […]


Where Creativity Finds Direction: the Teacher-Student Partnership

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Sometimes tension is a good thing. Tension happens at the place where two opposite forces or desires meet. At that […]


How to be the World’s Worst Music Student

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Many music teachers have rules for their teaching studio. Some publish their rules as a list of do’s and don’ts; […]


Why Fingering is Important – No Matter What Instrument You Play!

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We know fingering is important. We write it in our music, our students’ music. And then we follow those directions […]


How to Create Momentum, Part 2

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In the last post, I offered some ways for busy professional harpists to create momentum in the new year in […]


5 Reasons Holiday Music is a Great Teaching Tool

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Holiday music is always part of my students’ lessons at this time of year. Often it’s just fun for them […]


Weird Music Teacher Tips

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No, not tips for weird music teachers. Just some offbeat ideas to help with those difficult music lessons. Your student […]