Tiffany teaches both lever harp and triple harp to students of all ages and stages. She sometimes has a hire harp available for people who have lessons with her, before they invest in their own instrument.
After getting to know people, she can help guide them in the purchase of their own harp.
When students have been learning for some time, Tiffany places them in a harp group with other students at a similar level of playing ability. This is a great way to discover the joy of playing in a harp group, and to make long-term music friends.
For more information about lessons please contact me.
Below is a description of the two harps:
To hear the difference between lever harp and triple harp, please see Video Samples.
The lever harp is more readily
available than the triple harp.
Levers are used to access
accidentals (sharps and flats)
i.e. like the black keys on the piano.
The triple harp has three rows of strings.
* The outside rows of strings are
usually tuned in C major.
* The middle row of strings provides the accidentals (sharps and flats) i.e. like the black keys on
Tiffany's students participating in the 'Melody of Harps' - YouTube videos