Celtic harps

Here are the Celtic harps that I make.  Colour, decoration and other details are always a matter for individual discussion.  To download a larger version of any of the images on this page, click it.  The label next to the picture gives the size of the downloadMy current price list for Celtic harps is at the end of this page.

The TELYNEG is the smallest harp in the series and is played on the knee or table.  The range is a little limited - it has 22 strings, from 3rd octave A to top A.  It stands 34 inches high (85cm).

98K

The ANGHOF is played on a stool.  It has 28 strings, stands 40 inches high (102 cm) and has a range of 4th octave B to top A.

116K

The GARTH is a ‘clarsach’ size, played from a low stool.  It has a laminated neck, 32 strings, and stands 45 inches high (110 cm).  Its range is from 5th octave F to first octave B.

147K

This is the GWAELOD, similar to the Garth but with a straight column.  It has 31 strings (the curve of the Garth’s column permits one more), stands 49 inches high (124 cm) and has a range from 6th octave E to 1st octave G.

123K

The GWALIA is the most popular of my harps and is similar in stringing to a pedal harp.  It has a laminated neck with 36 strings and stands 64 inches high (163 cm).  Its range is 6th octave C to 1st octave C.

97K

Celtic harp prices:

(with full set of strings)

Telyneg

£1175

Anghof

£1975

Garth

£2300

Gwaelod

£2300

Gwalia

£2450

Telyneg
Anghof
Garth
Gwaelod
Gwalia