Since 1986, we collaborate with harpmaker Alain Beaudoin from Québec who builds affordable harps of professional quality.
Withs its back lightly arched, (in the shape of a rocking chair, as the name suggests), La Berceuse is a Celtic lightweight harp (less than 10 kilos/20 pounds). It has a surprising powerful sound for its size. Easy to carry, it is ideal for professional harpers and beginners alike.
Number of strings: 34 (nylon and basses in double nylon)
Register: 5 octaves minus 2 notes
Height: 119 cm (47 inches) not counting the legs
Soundboard: three-ply cherry tree plywood
Soundbox: solid poplar and cherry tree
Console and pillar: Russian birch plywood and solid poplar
Zither or tapered tuning pegs
Support: removeable legs 20, 15 ou 10 cm (8, 6 or 4 inches)
Basic model : no levers
Intermediate model : 13 Loveland levers / F# C# et Bb,
Professional model : 34 Loveland levers / F# C# G# D# Bb Eb Ab.
Inspired by the traditional Paraguayan Harp, this 36-string harp has a soundboard of solid spruce and the spacing between the strings is lightly closer, making it ideal for latin and popular repertoire. Available with a traditional console (no levers) or with a chromatic console (with 34 levers).
Height: 147 cm/58 inches
Weight : about 10 kilos/20 pounds
Soundboard: solid spruce
Soundbox: solid poplar and cherry tree Console and pillar: Russian birch plywood and solid poplar
Paraguayan harp 2007 (Harp Maker A. Beaudoin) / traditional console (without lever) : 2,500$
Professional soft padded handmade case : 275$