While attending a music show the folks from Triplett were privileged to meet with international therapy harpist Tina Tourin. They discussed therapy harps and agreed that they should be designed to benefit both the player and listener. At the same time, their precious niece Christina was undergoing treatments for a rare type of cancer. She bravely fought long and hard and has inspired many people to achieve wonderful things in their own lives. We hope this special therapy harp will help many who need it, and they feel Christina's special love continuing to beam down from above.
This one was custom made for Lark In The Morning with a walnut body and maple soundboard.
Mickie Zekley, the original owner of Lark in the Morning, uses a Christina harp for many gigs where he doesn't want to take one of his larger harps. This harp has a great voice, is very stable, and is a pleasure to play. Great for all types of music.
Weight: 7 lbs
Strings: 26 nylon mono & nylon composite
Range: C3-G6, or C below middle C up to G
With Full Camac Levers, Standing Bar, and Case
The standing bar is put on the harp the same as the lap bar but makes it so you can play your harp without balancing it on your lap. It can not stand up on its own. When you are done playing the Christina with the standing bar still attached, lay the harp on its back or detach the bar.