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A dyslexic harpist who struggled to read music has invented a new harp with rainbow strings

A dyslexic harpist who struggled to read music has invented a new harp with rainbow strings and matching coloured sheet music to help her play. 


Morwenna Louttit-Vermaat, 34, always struggled to learn to read music but discovered it was easier if she put colour coded stickers on her harp.


Now with husband Creag, 35, the couple have have created a multi-coloured harp so that people with learning difficulties can play.


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