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Back to School Lever Harp Promotion Autumn 2017

Go back to school with a new harp - Discounts on four popular lever harps for beginners and students.

Ravenna 26 £1500 (normally £1750)
Ravenna 34 £2400 (normally £2600)
Boulevard 34 £2950 (normally £3190)
Crescendo 34 £3200 (normally £3550)



Terms and Conditions:

Back to School promotion applies to orders placed before 31st September 2017.
Free delivery for mainland UK Parcelforce areas only.
If required harps are not in stock, they can be ordered on payment of 50% deposit.
During this promotion we cannot accept part-exchange, rental credits or extended purchases. Rental credits can be used to purchase existing rental instrument or any new Dusty Strings harp at normal list price.
Ravenna 26 £1500 (normally £1750)
Ravenna 34 £2400 (normally £2600)
Boulevard 34 £2950 (normally £3190)
Crescendo 34 £3200 (normally £3550)
 







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Instrument Insurance Discounts with Newmoon Insurance



Newmoon Instrument Insurance have provided our customers with new special discount codes. These codes are unique to Clive Morley Harps and can be used to insure harps or harp equipment purchased from us. Just quote the code when you contact them for the following benefits:

For instruments that cost under £1500, you can claim one month's free cover with the code CMH1M3
For instruments that cost over £1500, you can claim an ongoing yearly discount with the code CMH12411



Newmoon Insurance Services Ltd

85 High Street

Tunbridge Wells

Kent

TN1 1XP

01892 506884

0845 072 8540








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Restrictions on Bubinga Wood



UPDATE: 19/5/17 There still appears to be a lot of confusion and unanswered questions about the import of rosewood (including bubinga). For an insight about the situation from the UK Music Industries Association point of view see:

http://www.mia.org.uk/2017/05/rosewood-ivory-nickel-update/

Due to new CITES (
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) regulations which came into effect on January 2nd 2017 there are certain restrictions on the importation and exportation of rosewood instruments. This includes bubinga wood, which is an option for Dusty Strings' FH 34 and FH 36 harps.

Dusty Strings are working with the responsible agencies in order to obtain the relevant permits they would require to export Bubinga harps, but this could take a few months.

If you have any queries about the availability of bubinga harps, please contact us directly on 01367 860493.









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Nansi Richards Yr Ysgoloriaeth / Scholarship


The Scholarship is open to any harpist under the age of 25 years, who are either born in Wales or live in Wales.

The value of the Scholarship at the moment is £1,500 which must be used for further training on the harp.


Visit www.ysgoloriaethnansirichards.com for more information.



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Harp Masterclass with Marisa Robles


Tuesday 10th October 2017
Royal College of Music, London
2pm


One of the RCM's most highly regarded teachers, and world-renowned harpist, Marisa Robles presents a public masterclass with leading young musicians from the College.

Free, but ticket is required. See RCM website.






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Catherine White Harp Recital


Friday 13th October 2017
St Lawrence Church, Lechlade , Glos, GL7 3AB
12 Noon 


Catherine will play Fauré, Debussy and more.
Catherine is an award winning, highly talented, international harpist who has enjoyed a wide-ranging career on both sides of the Atlantic, performing in prestigious venues under the baton of famous conductors including Sir Simon Rattle and Sir Bernard Haitink.  She will join the audience for a light lunch after the recital.

Donations sought in aid of the Church Restoration and Maintenance Appeal.









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