Interested in learning to play the Irish Harp?
There's never been a better time to start!
Rees Harps and The Riley School of Irish Music have partnered to offer a very special deal to those wishing to learn or improve their harp skills. Students of the Riley School will have an exclusive opportunity to rent one of three separate styles of Rees Harps at an amazingly low rental rate!
If you are a new harp student and you plan to rent a harp, it is essential
that you contact us prior to the first day of classes so we can arrange
to have your harp ready for you to play.
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Harpsicle® Harp (recommended for those just starting out) - has no Bridge pins so levers cannot be added. This is the perfect harp for beginners or the casual harpist.
FlatsicleTM Harp (recommended for intermediate beginners or anyone who already plays another instrument at an intermediate level) - comes with bridge pins on all strings and modified Robinson sharping levers on the C and F strings.
Grand Harpsicle® Harp (recommended for intermediate to advanced players) - is one of the most unique harps available today. It is an electric harp, but if desired it can also be played acoustically. It is a full range harp with 33 strings, but weighs no more than a professional electric guitar. It can be played as a floor harp or strapped on to play while standing and moving. It can even be played like a lap harp used with the Harpsicle® Stick. The detachable stand can be adjusted to various heights to best fit the player.
Rees Harps Inc. is a small family business based in Rising Sun Indiana, but is known worldwide for its high quality, custom made harps, as well as great customer service. Their harps are featured on the 2 time Grammy winning CD with YoYo Ma and Marta Cook, Grammy winning CD with Paul Winters and Carol Thompson and Hollywood movie soundtracks. Rees Harps are also played by All Ireland Harp Champion Maire Ni Chathasaigh; pedal/lever wizard Ray Pool, founder of the International Harp Therapy Program; Christina Tourin; and a list that continues on and on of huge names in the harp world.