Celestial sun D

€1,154.47

Crystal Harp - Celestial sun D

In feeling it is the brightest harp, and this tuning sounds like half terrestrial and half celestial.

Mood: Sunny, joyful, pleasant lightness, dreamy

Main focus: Bliss, carefree and increases the vital energy

Parameters:

Notes: D5, E5, F#5, G5, A5, B5/H5, C#6, D6 with the declared tuning precision to +/- 0,5Hz.

Pipes made of transparent quartz crystal with a declared purity of 99.8%

Made precisely with the smallest details.

The harp is 47cm (18,5 inch) long and 54cm (21,3 inch) wide.
Available in both natural and classical scale:

Celestial sun D

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Crystal Harp - Celestial sun D

The crystal harp is a beautiful and harmonious sounding instrument.
Playing it is like holding a set of crystal bowls with a higher octave in your hand.
From the harp come deep, resonant, and at the same time harmonious vibrations.

The sounds persist long after hitting a given tone, modulating each other. You have to hear this because it is difficult to include its specific melody in the description.
We recommend watching the videos below.

This harp is completely transparent. The body is made of acrylic, and all additional elements let the light through, which makes it feel more ethereal. The 8 melodic tubes are made of pure quartz crystal.

Playing the harp:

The harp can be held in the hand using the central handle or placed on the stand.
You can play in several ways: hitting with sticks or what is more pleasant with fingers (hitting lightly with nails). And you can also get a completely different acoustic effect when we rub the tubes with wet hands.
By moving the harp from side to side as you play, you let the sounds into additional modulation.

Together with the harp you are buying:

  • Celestial sun D Crystal harp
  • 2 transparent mallets
  • Folding stand (to put the harp)
  • Suitcase (for carrying the instrument)
  • Manual with a declaration of quality


Each instrument has its own individual serial number stamped in the quality declaration.

VIDEO:

playing with water:

and it sounds like this: