This month’s free download is “La Playa” from Louise Trotter’s Puerto Rican Sketches. You can download it HERE.
Louise Trotter is a well-loved U.S. harpist, composer and arranger. Since early childhood she has had musical training in both piano and harp. She studied harp at Texas Women’s University and also with Mildred Dilling. Louise has been awarded two Lifetime Achievement Awards; one by the International Society of Folk Harpers and Craftsmen in 2003, and a second by the Somerset Folk Harp Festival in 2014. She plays a varied repertoire, from classical to Broadway, swing, Latin, rag, jazz, or folk, and is one of the few harpists who specializes in country music.
In Mahogany finish with Bronzing, this Venus Concert Encore model pedal harp SN: 2196 has just received a full new set of strings. Sounds great! Well loved, it was a “stay-at-home” harp for the single, original owner – i.e. rarely moved – which is why it is in excellent condition.
Besides the K-2 6 wheel dolly and adjustable bench in the picture, the harp package also includes the standard Venus padded cover (and a tuning key of course!)
It’s a nice set-up at this price!
With used instruments, we prefer direct communication so we can answer any questions or advise on suitabilty for each persons unique situation. If you would like further information on this instrument, please call – 281.890.4500 – or email: email@example.com
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We are featuring a free download title from The Restaurant Book Romantic Volume by Darhon Rees-Rohrbacher. This book has been very popular over the years. The title is Emperor’s Waltz by Strauss. Click Emperor Waltz from ROMANTIC Restaurant Book for your free download. To order more books by Rohrbacher click HERE
End out 2017 with a bang (or, at least a new “pluck”)
Reduced prices on used harps!
Lionwood Bridget 36 – $3900
Salvi Daphne 40 – $7900
Lyon & Healy Style 24 – $12,500
Salvi Diana – $14,000
Call for complete information and/or questions – 281.890.4500
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More about the harps:
From 2002 is a very unique instrument built by Mike Maley of Lionwood Harps. It is his standard Bridget 36 model in gorgeous Hawaiian Koa wood with the neck and column of Birds eye Maple. 61″ at the column peak, back at 48″ with the solid spruce sound board 18″ across at the bottom. Her name is Jennie as illustrated by the signature burned in at the bottom of the sound board. She liked to shine on stage so there are battery operated lights under the neck and the installed Fishman transducer made sure all could hear her beautiful, crystalline tone! The included custom fiberglass hard shell case kept her safe (and the whimsical art work attest to her very playful quality!) This harp remains on the planet while the owner, a good friend to many of us in the Houston area, has taken on her new experience.
Beautiful used Salvi Diana Concert Grand Pedal Harp in Walnut Finish SN: 3526 Purchased in 1982, this has been a one-owner harp lovingly played at home for personal pleasure. Moved very little, it is in pristine condition. Although health issues prevented the owner from playing it the past 2 years, it was well maintained with a full string change and complete regulation by Peter Wiley in 2014. Beside the dolly pictured with the harp, included is a dust cover, heavy-duty padded transport cover, tuning keys, tool kit and spare strings for the top 3 octaves plus a wooden Salvi transport trunk.
This harp did experience an issue with the center strip slipping out of alignment causing the string holes not to match. Shipped to Lyon & Healy in 2002, a new soundboard was installed with repairs completed in June 2003.
Rich, warm sound.
Style 24 pedal harp price negotiable | Heartland Lap Harp $950 | Blevins Exthara 24/17 (Cross Strung in cherry with spruce soundboard. Bottom has a separation that has been repaired. SN 1922 built in 2004. Maple stand to hold harp. $1250.00)
We are now the distributors of the compositions and arrangements of Mitch Landy! We’ve known Mitch for many years, and are honored that he would choose us to handle his many years of labor. Continue reading →