Welcome to Harp 2 Ewe

Carole Miller is Harp 2 Ewe. BA Music Performance (RSAMD), MA Music Psychology (Sheffield), PGDE Primary (Strathclyde) Carole trained as a classical flautist at conservatoire level and beyond, but felt drawn to the Scottish Harp  or Clàrsach as they have become known. (Clàrsachs are really the wire strung harp of the Highlands where as the gut lever harp was really the lowland harp - but let's not get into that argument! J)

Having made the decision at age 36 that life was too short, Carole started lessons with early music specialist, Bill Taylor who is still her main influence. She has also been greatly influenced by the teachings of Wendy Stewart, Karen Marshalsay, Corrina Hewat, Mary Macmaster, Rachel Hair and Ailie Robertson and attends their workshops when she can.

Musical Compositions

  • Do you need a special tune for a special occasion? 
  • Harp 2 Ewe can write you that snazzy jig you wanted and supply the finished article as Notation, Midi or a sound file (or all 3!).

     

Music Lessons

Do you want to learn the Clàrsach or a woodwind instrument perhaps? What about the piano? Coaching for a competition or performance?   Tutoring for National Exams. Regular Lessons or consultations - enquiries welcome. 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Musical Performance

Do you need a performer to enhance your special occasion - be it a wedding or a meal or even a private house party? Flute and harp, Recorder and Harp, Voice and harp or just harp?????

Quotes from listeners

"I have to say that you could have heard a pin drop throughout your fab performance."

"Everybody has mentioned your playing this morning - you were a definite hit!

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Music Type-Setting

Do you want that professional look for your music - for yourself or for handing out at workshops or lessons? Want to put a music books together for publication? Copyright allowing, Harp 2 Ewe uses Sibielius 7 - the industry standard.

Projects include 'Scottish Harp for the Terrified' by Wendy Stewart (Available from Wendy at www.wendystewart.co.uk) and the 10th Anniversary Book for the Loch Roag Harp Courses which have sadly ceased to be.