Based on numerous iconographical sources, and the surviving neck and pillar of a
medieval harp in the Louvre Paris.
This harp has a sycamore neck and pillar and a willow soundbox with 20 strings tuned
It is also available as an ‘arpa doble’ with two rows of strings tuned in opposite
unison pairs as in the Monasterio de Piedra tryptich, circa 1390, Spain.
Other medieval models are available - further details on request.
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