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  • #89292
    Evangeline Williams
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    Maybe I should also post this on the professional harpist board, since

    it doesn’t just apply to teaching, but….

    I was curious about something.

    #89293
    Alicia D. Strange
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    Hi.

    #89294
    unknown-user
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    hey Evie…my harp teacher still takes lessons.

    #89295
    unknown-user
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    Lets all remember: you NEVER stop learning! usually professional harpists attend harp seminars to keep theier skills up. Reaching a “professional” level doesnt mean you’ve reached the end! there is NEVER an ending in learning! a professional (should) never STOP learning new things about their instruments, as there is no level of “perfection” when it ocmes to the harp… you can always do better!

    *applause*

    thank you! thank you! *bows*

    hahah

    #89296
    unknown-user
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    Singers never stop coaching and taking lessons. Why should we? I can’t think of a student more rewarding than a colleague. It’s also true that, like a singer, it’s hard for us to hear exactly what sound we are projecting from where we sit. It’s so beneficial to have another set of ears. I often wish I had someone to play for.

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