Harp

The type of harp most used in orchestras is about six feet tall. It has 47 colour coded strings of different lengths, and seven foot pedals that change the pitch of each string

Harp For Kids

The type of harp most used in orchestras is about six feet tall. It has 47 colour coded strings of different lengths, and seven foot pedals that change the pitch of each string. The harpist rests the instrument’s neck on their right shoulder while sitting, and plucks its strings with their thumbs and fingertips. Smaller, portable versions are also available for beginners. These smaller models don’t have foot pedals and are much simpler to learn and play. 

Learn more about the Harp

Harps have been known since antiquity in Asia, Africa and Europe, dating back at least as early as 3000 BCE. The instrument had great popularity in Europe during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, where it evolved into a wide range of variants with new technologies, and was disseminated to Europe’s colonies, finding particular popularity in Latin America.

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