This Is What It Sounds Like When a Harpist Plays “Amazing Grace” and a String Suddenly Breaks




Lisa Warren was peacefully playing “Amazing Grace” on her harp, when suddenly the c string broke and–as she says–“scared the daylights out of me.” Harp playing, it’s not for the faint of heart…

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