...and they love the Hallel 22!
Susan, last week I offered bedside music at the inpatient hospice
where I volunteer. The patients all commented on the harp’s
lovely sound, the chaplain found it to be particularly beautiful,
and a volunteer working out in the hall stopped
because she thought someone was playing a harp CD, and was shocked to discover
that it was live music! One patient had not been very responsive, but as I
played she smiled slightly and lifted her arms into the air,
as if to conduct the music.
I also did a harp taste test with family members—playing several
of my small harps and lyres—and everyone’s favorite was the Hallel 22. (That
was a bit upsetting to me, considering how much money I’ve spent on other
instruments!) Anyway, I just wanted to let you know how very happy I am with
Thank you and blessings,
for semi-gloss finish
$1,035.00 for high-gloss finish (shown
here in semi-gloss walnut) 22 Strings (3 octaves),
Range: c to
button above to hear a clip of "The Joy of the Lord" played
on the 22-Hallel Harp
harps come pre-strung with extra strings and a tuning wrench. Prices
do not include sharping levers, hand carvings, exotic wood, sales
tax, shipping or other accessories.
for special low-octave strings.
—$20.00 for added strap.
—$300.00 for matching stand.
—Levers can be added...
$24.00 each for gold Truitt levers
$20.00 each for black Universal levers
$15.00 each for silver Rees levers
Guarantee: All harps are guaranteed against defects
in materials or workmanship for five years from the date of purchase.
If you are not satisfied, you may return it within 30 days for
an even exchange or a full refund.