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Harps for sale | Rosewood Lyra Harps available in beautiful engraving

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The harp is a stringed musical instrument which has a number of individual strings running at an angle to its soundboard, which are plucked with the fingers. Browse our Collection lyra the harp made with Rosewood.

When a person thinks about the music that comes out of Scotland, they most commonly associate the bagpipe with the nation. While the bagpipe is perhaps the most famous harp instrument to come from Scotland, the harp is actually known as the national instrument of Scotland and has been that way through most of its history. Harps are played to this day as much as bagpipes are, and if you are looking into getting a harp for yourself, you've come to the right place. At Scottish Kilt Shop, we specialize in creating high-quality harp  that look every bit as beautiful as they sound. Each one of our harps is made out of gorgeous and sleek, high-quality rosewood complete with intricate carvings and 10 strings stretching across each one. These traditional harps are easy for novices and skilled players alike and are sure to outlast many performances to come.

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