HOW'S YOUR HARPING?

HILA 6 MONTH-ISH OGDEN LEVER HARP UPDATE

How are you? How is your harp?

HARP IN LA would like to make sure everything is going great with you, your lessons and your harp!

Practicing

Playing and tuning

Do you need any help?

Are You Practicing?

Even a little bit of practice everyday is better than nothing at all. And you WILL get better and better if you practice!


With each practice session, have a goal; Review what your teacher gave you for practice that week and divide it up into smaller do-able parts. How many pieces are you learning this week? Make a goal to practice each one at least 5 times during the week. Oh, and don't forget to practice your repertoire! *

NOEL WAN

Noel began lessons on the harp when she was very young. This picture was taken of her soon after she won a big competition in the Netherlands (which is in Europe). Imagine how many times Noel practices the harp each week! She loves playing the harp. You can see more photos of Noel on her web site HERE.

*REPERTOIRE: It is a word from France. Meaning; a list of all the pieces you have already learned and are prepared to perform.

Are You Playing & Tuning?

Tuning and playing keeps your harp in tip-top shape. Harps need to flex, stretch and grow their tone! Tuning (every string!) and playing everyday is the very best thing you can do for you and your harp.


STRING BROKEN? DON'T BE AFRAID: Strings break, so for the next two weeks, tell us when a string breaks on your harp. We will send you a replacement for free. Period.


How tuning savvy are you? CLICK ME to take Sylvia's tuning quiz. (Don't worry, if you don't know the answers, stand on your head!)


... and CLICK ME for a string chart of your harp.


If you have questions, ask your teacher or CONTACT HILA for help.

AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, ENJOY!

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ALWAYS, let us know if there is anything we can do for you and your harp.

Thank you!

REMEMBER: YOU CAN TUNE A HARP, BUT YOU CAN'T TUNA FISH!