Resonance Harps Neva 47 Pedal Harp Straight Soundboard
One of the oldest harp factories in Europe has been reopened under new name to deliver quality and affordable instruments to all those who share our passion for harps, here at Derwent Harps we are very happy to be their UK agents.
Originating from the best selling Luncharsky model, the Series 19 harp was developed in 1984. It has gone through major improvements since that time, which positively affected both the design and the tone qualities of the instrument. Now Series 19 is a contemporary semi-grand harp with distinctive faceted design and remarkable sound.
The special soundboard construction creates the distinctive “Russian” sound which many harpists adore – crystal trebles, clear middle and powerful resonant bass. Series 19 is also a very responsive harp, with great dynamics. Harpists do not need to work hard produce a good sounding ff or pp on it.Range: 46 strings, D7-G0Height: 182 cm.Weight: 32 kg.Soundboard extreme width: 42 cm
We teach and perform on these harps for all our work here at the Derwent Harp School and Derbyshire Wedding Harpist. Below is Derwent Harp School student Chloe Linkens playing Sarabande and Ground by William Croft on the Neva 46 and one of our student ensembles playing at the Urdd Eisteddfod.