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Ethereal Wings Heavenly Sun A Crystal Harp (A 432 Hz)

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This listing includes the Crystal Harp, two mallets, folding stand, and a padded carrying case.

Made by artisans in Poland, the Ethereal Wings Heavenly Sun Crystal Harp is a beautiful and harmonious sounding instrument that produces deep, resonant vibrations. It is a joyful, major tuning whose frequencies focus on joy, carefreeness, and finding a sense of bliss within yourself.

The pure quartz crystal tubes of the Heavenly Sun Crystal Harp are attached to an acrylic body, making this ethereal instrument completely transparent. They are tuned according to the A=432 Hz tuning standard in order to be closer to the natural rhythms and proportions of nature, as outlined by Pythagoras.

Crystal Harp Notes: A4 - B4 - C#5 - D5 - E5 - F#5 - A5 - B5 - C#6

Mood: Brightness, Lightness, Joyfulness, Spontaneity

It is felt to be the brightest of harps. It sounds as if it vibrated half earthly (Terrestrial) and half heavenly (Celestial). The frequencies of this harp also affect the raising of vital energy in the body. After such a sound and vibration session, you can feel that your batteries have been recharged.

Add this beautiful Crystal Harp to your sound healing toolkit today for a blissful, carefree increase in your vital energies.

Playing the harp:
The harp can be held in the hand using the central handle or it can be placed on the stand. You can play the harp in several ways; hitting it with the included mallets or gently with your fingers. You can also get a completely different acoustic effect when you rub the quartz tubes with wet hands. By moving the harp side to side as you play, you let the sounds into additional modulation.

Crystal Harp Measurements:
Width: 23.25"
Height: 21"
Depth: 3"
Weight: 4 lbs 9 oz

Mallet Measurements:
Length: 9"
Diameter: 0.5"
Weight: 3 oz

Case Measurements:
Height: 24"
Width: 27.5"
Depth: 9.5"
Weight: 6 lbs 7 oz

Playing the Crystal Harp with wet hands:

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