Difficulty level & Skills required

Early-beginner onwards: The workshop is suited to all skill levels. Christy-Lyn will guide you through the practical ways to adapt arrangements so you can play them on your smaller harp.

All Harps are welcome!

No levers or pedals required.

A Zoom workshop led by harp teacher, Christy-Lyn. Attend the workshop live or learn from the video replay.

The replay will be put up on the site and yours to keep a day after the event.

All non-copyrighted resources will be available for download.

Adapting Arrangements for Smaller Harps Workshop

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Don’t let your harp size limit you! Adapt arrangements with ease and creativity with Christy-Lyn.

With this workshop, you’ll no longer feel like you’re running out of strings. Learn new ways to adapt a piece for your harp size – and do it well! When playing a piece an octave higher doesn’t translate, you’ll feel equipped with different adaption methods. You’ll finally know what to do with that ONE note you’re missing.

No matter your musical knowledge, you’ll come out of the workshop full of exciting and practical ideas that you can put into action.

The replay is available and would be yours to keep. You can watch and learn at your own pace, as many times and whenever you wish.

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Kristen Barry

    Adapting Music Workshop- Fantastic!

    Kristen Barry (verified owner)

    I really enjoyed the information in this workshop. I have rearranged a couple pieces of music for my small harps so far and it has been a lot of frustration. This has given me many new ideas and I believe I will be much more confident adapting music (and accidentals I can’t play) in the future! Workshops are pretty early for me but very glad I caught this one live as I usually would do a replay. Thank you!

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