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The Cheeky Breech

At my last midwifes appointment she measured me at almost one month behind in fundal height. This raised a little concern over baby’s development so before I knew it I was sat in the ultrasound waiting room of Gloucester general…

Harp Orchestra Week 2

Once again the group impressed me with their progress. Normally as a music teacher when you ask students to practice you know they probably will not find the time, but I could tell how well the group had practiced over…

Music in Labour

Yesterday I was sat in my NCT group for a two hour session on pain relief and intervention during labour. I have to admit that all the medical interventions and pain reduction methods they were talking about made me literally…

Our Baby’s Birth Song

Here is Morwenna playing our baby's "birth song" at 31 weeks gestation. At this point baby wriggles and moves towards the sound. She is playing this song regularly in the hope that baby will remember the song and find it…

Harp Orchestra…The Start of Something Beautiful

This Wednesday we were excited to finally have our first harp orchestra session! Although the Summer holidays has made it hard for many of our members to attend in August we still had 5 of us there at our first…

What you’ll learn at the end of your first year

For those of you looking at our course and wondering what it is you could learn through these videos, here is a snippet of what you learn towards the end of the first year. We give our subscribers these songs…

Himba Tribe Tradition With the Celtic Harp

It is said that the Himba tribe in Namibia do not count the first day of a child’s existence as the day it is born but the day the mother receives inspiration for their birth song. This is in some…

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