A pentatonically tuned instrument which, with its delicate, open tone, encourages the young child to listen and make music freely. From the age of six or seven, the harp can be given to the child as its first stringed instrument.
The children’s harp is made of one piece of sound wood (ash, maple, elm or cherry) and a closed resonance chamber was deliberately omitted.
7 steel strings in a row, tone sequence d’-e’-g’-a’-h/b’-d”-e”. This row contains the fifth series g-d-a-e-h (so-called fifth tuning).
Tuning key included