HOW'S YOUR HARPING?
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PLAYING AND TUNING
Playing and tuning keeps your harp and your ear in tip-top shape. Instruments need to flex, stretch and grow their tone. Your ears need to learn what the correct tone of a note should sound like. Play your harp and keep it in tune, it's the best thing you can do for it - and for your ears!
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CLICK THE VIDEO BELOW TO HEAR SYLVIA WOODS SPEAK ABOUT HOW TO TUNE YOUR HARP
With each practice session have a goal. Review what your teacher has given you for practice that week and divide it up into smaller, do-able parts. How many pieces are you learning? Make a goal to practice each one at least 5 times during the week - and don't forget to practice your repertoire!
REMEMBER, PRACTICING WHEN YOU ARE TIRED IS HARD WORK!
It is better to take a cat nap before practice time, or to practice in the morning, than trying to practice when you are tired.
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Surrounding yourself with artistic and musical endeavors can really motivate your harp playing. Attend a concert, dance performance, art exhibit, even a great meal! Become involved in the harp community and familiar with other harpists and their music.
AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, ENJOY!