Tag Archives: music practice

The Practice of Thanksgiving

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Do you practice Thanksgiving, practice giving thanks? I write a lot about practicing on this blog. In fact, there are […]


Why Your Practice May Be Holding You Back

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Here’s a radical thought – don’t practice so well.But wait! Isn’t careful practice what I am supposed to do, so […]


12 Ways to Start NOW!

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  We all have dreams and goals, but achieving those dreams and goals is not easy. There are endless traps […]


My Emergency Practice Plan in Action

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Somehow I lost the last month. I had great intentions and a well-crafted practice plan, but it just didn’t work. […]


Summer String Survival Tips

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We just finished another fun week here at Harp in the Mountains. Harp camp is always fun, and this year […]


A Little Help From My Friends

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It was a little over a year ago that I started blogging at Harp Mastery. My idea in starting the […]


Can’t Practice? Ten Tips for Getting It Done

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At Harpmastery Day in June, my friend and colleague Candace Lark and I co-presented a workshop on “Practice Strategies for […]


3 Reasons You Need to Attend Harp Mastery Day

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Saturday, June 22 I will be giving workshops at “Lark Music Presents Anne Sullivan’s Harp Mastery.” I am very excited […]


Enjoy Your Summer Practice? I Do!

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I love practicing in the summer. I always feel motivated, relaxed and inspired. It all started the first year I […]


Interesting Stopping Points

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A painting is never finished – it simply stops in interesting places. – Paul Gardner, arts writer I heard this […]