A pupil tripped up in my rather cramped music room (it has 31 harps, a grand piano, 2 organs, 1 cello, 2 violins, 1 guitar, 2 banjos, 3 lyres, 2 dulcimers, 3 mandolins, various percussion and stringed instruments from around the world, and the frames and wood needed for another 2 harps – yet to be built).  In her attempt not to fall on a harp she did some fancy footwork but to no avail and she landed on the bottom of the soundboard.  Luckily she was unhurt and this blog is for you to let you know the harp is now repaired – just like I tried to tell you!!!   Repairs are not a problem and this harp is as good as new – in fact better as I have incorporated a better base!  I loved playing in the Doctor’s surgery this week.  A first for me although I frequent hospitals, nursing homes and hospices.  A lot of surprised patients but they loved it (thank you).

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