Prelude 40 string harp (Gut strings) in black finish by Lyon & Healy
The Prelude Harp is a 40 Bow Brand Gut strung lever harp made by Lyon & Healy
Designed with the performing harpist in mind, this romantic classic is crafted with a decorated Sitka Spruce soundboard for a rich, powerful tone. The artistically styled Prelude 40 lever harp features string spacing and tension similar to a traditional Lyon & Healy pedal harp. Included with the Prelude 40 are a scalloped bronze-finished crown and matching claw feet, as well as a classically turned wooden crown and stylized feet. All pieces complement the elegant lines of its graceful base and delicately fluted column, plus they allow you to customize the look of your Prelude 40 to your individual taste. Available in natural, mahogany and ebony finishes; fitted with Performance levers 1st octave C to 6th octave C. The Prelude 40 comes with a cover, tuning key and a 3-year limited warranty.
- Range: E1 - A40 (E 1st Oct. - A 6th Oct.)
- Strings: 40
Bow Brand Lever Harp Nylon Strings A1 - F2
Bow Brand Lever Harp Natural Gut Strings E3 - A5
Bow Brand Lever Harp Wire Bass Strings G5 - A6
- Levers: Nickel Plated Performance Levers
- Body: Solid Maple Wood & High Grade Laminates
- Soundboard: Pacific Northwest/Northern Midwest Sitka Spruce
- Height (max): 163cm
- Width (max): 85cm
- Soundboard Width (max): 38cm
- Weight: 19.9kg
- Available finishes: Natural, Mahogany & Black Ebony
(other finishes available to special order)
- Indoor Cover & Tuning key included
- Transport cover not included, but sold separately: click here
(three piece transport cover currently in production)
Harp Makers To The World Since 1889..!
From the hallowed halls of the New York Philharmonic to the Bolshoi Ballet, Lyon & Healy Harps is acclaimed throughout the world for its remarkable depth and clarity of sound, breathtaking designs, and rich heritage of quality craftsmanship. With 130 years of harp making experience, each hand-crafted pedal and lever harp is instilled with a legacy of superior woodcrafting and commitment to the development of the instrument.