Harp Spectrum has no connection to nor responsibility for any of these harpmakers or their products.
Scotland, historical harps, modern Clarsach
Argent Fox small harps,
some cross strung models
Blevins Instruments Folk harp maker,
France; pedal harps, lever harps
Caswell Harps Celtic harps,
strings, accessories, Caswell HarpSound® system. California.
Elvenkings Harps by Norbert Maier. Historical Irish folk and wire, modern
single-action, and custom-made harps with sculptures. In Austria.
Philippe SRL Clement
Canadian maker of non pedal chromatic harps
Peter Demmerle in Schaffhausen,
Switzerland makes replicas of the gothic harp and small lever harps after Beat
Wolf’s models, and makes his own models.
manufacturer of lever harps and dulcimers
Electric Harp Radical new alternatives in harps. USA.
The Fireside Harp Dave Magnuson at
Backyard Music has a harp kit of a maple frame and corrugated sound box. “Light,
durable wonderful singing harp.” $129. A built harp is $225. Levers can be added
at $15 each. Visit the website or call 203-281-4515.
Quality lever harps with Camac levers. In Winnipeg, Canada.
Tim Hampson, maker of historical harps
including Welsh Triple, Arpa Doppia, Historical Pedal and Briggs style Clarsachs.
Harps and Harps Custom-made
harps: single, double, triple, cross-strung in Queensland, Australia.
Harps of Lorien Therapy
harps, high tension lever harps. New Mexico.
Heartland Harps, North Carolina.
Custom lever harps; music, CDs, accessories.
Indra’s Celtic Harps:
customized, meticulously handcrafted hand-built Celtic harps. Elegant and
robust. Also on Facebook at "Indra's Celtic Harps".
André Schubert brings harp parts to harp-making courses throughout Europe.
David Kortier, Harpmaker
Duluth MN, lever harps, electric and midi harps
Pedro Llopis Spanish
maker of historical harps
maker of lever harps in Mallorca, Spain
Lyon & Healy Chicago;
Lyon & Healy and Salvi pedal harps, lever harps
Macdonald Harps. Scotland
(Isle of Skye). Handcrafted wire-strung Clarsachs
Marini Made Harps Pennsylvania.
Lever harps and kinnors (King David's harp).
Glen Glen Hill, maker, elaborately carved harps a speciality.
kits for lever harps and other instruments.
October Mountain Folk Harps
Western Massachusetts. Custom built folk harps in four sizes.
Paraguayan Harp Kits
John Kovacs makes 27 and 36-string Paraguayan harp kits - 5-hour assembly.
Dario Pontinia in Milan, Italy makes the replica of the Louis XVI pedal harp
after Beat Wolf’s model.
England; lever harps, pedal harp
Rumor Builds and repairs fine stringed instruments including modern and
reproduction historical harps. In Portugal.
Salvi Harps Pedal and lever harps, accessories, more.
Italian web site;
North and South American web site.
Sandpiper Harps John
Westling harpmaker, South American harps, other lever harps
Sassafrass Harps folk harps, USA
Bernhard Schmidt, Harpmaker – lever harps,
electric harps and MIDI harps. Germany.
George Stevens, Luthier Maker of historical gut and wire strung harps, lutes and other early plucked instruments. England.
small harps a speciality.
Swanson Harp Company
Pedal harp maker
Teifi Harps, The Harp Centre of Wales, Llandysul,
Wales. Folk and Celtic harps. Strings, rentals, music, accessories.
Lever harp maker
maker of pedal harps, also historical replicas
Lever harp maker, California
Vavra Harp Heirloom
quality instruments that sound and look beautiful.
Venus Harps Pedal
Wind River Harps Dave Boling makes
quality lever harps in Huntsville, Alabama.
Beat Wolf Switzerland, maker and restorer of early pedal harps.
Beat has retired. Please see Dario Pontiggia and Peter Demmerle.
Building a Harp Inspired by the Castle Otway Harp, a pictorial from
when the tree fell to finished instrument.
http://baroqueharp.castlebaycds.com. Go to http://castlebay.net/
for more information about the builder.
Also of interest: The
Randolph Wurlitzer Company,
makers in the early 1900s of "automatic harps" and until 1935 of pedal harps,
Harps of the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company"
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