Russian Lunacharsky Harps… pedal, 46 strings…

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    katerina on #146736

    The factory is on again. Quality is higher than it was before.
    46 strings, straight soundboard (also avaluable with extended), good
    polished, soft tone.
    6500$+shipping (they ship worldwide).
    They could be touched by e-mail: silienta@mail.ru or
    catherine@ethnotrading.ru

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    unknown-user on #146737

    Spasibo, budem imet v vidu

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    unknown-user on #146738

    I am an ignoramous about harps, but I have a daughter who apparently is very good at playing them, and has a career of harp playing if she wishes… we need to make the investment now.

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    unknown-user on #146739

    I would also be very interested to learn more about these harps!

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    unknown-user on #146740

    Dear Katherine,

    I would

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    unknown-user on #146741

    HELLO , OLJA IS QUIET RIGHT, I PHONED ONE WEEK AGO IN THE FACTORY OF LUNACHARSKOGO, BUT THEY ANSWERED ME THAT

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    carl-swanson on #146742

    The above responses are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO RIGHT!

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    unknown-user on #146743

    I had a brief encounter with a Russian harp once many years ago, in England.

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    unknown-user on #146744

    Even a new Salvi I heard recently. It had a wonderful sound, much like a Lyon and Healy harp, until the harpists tried to play louder than a mezzo-forte. It just didn’t go with them. It stopped resonating beyond that point so the fortes had their sound choked off. In contrast, a Lyon and Healy 85 on the same program had a nasal, French quality, but resonated freely at all volumes, and filled the room easily, especially at forte. The tone of the Salvi was nicer, but only good for playing at home as a result. I would think it was because they are heavier, with thicker columns and necks, and that’s what impedes their resonance. That’s what I’ve always been told. The contrast was surprising, but so clear.

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    unknown-user on #146745

    Hi,

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    unknown-user on #146746

    I don’t know if I have heard the Apollo, but as I said, this harp was clear and even, very pleasant, but didn’t produce larger dynamics.

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    unknown-user on #146747

    hi again , i have been heard from some body that there are harps made in china, how real is this information?

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    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #146748

    There’s another thread about Aoyama Harps in the Harps and Accessories forum.

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    Evangeline Williams on #146749

    As far as the Apollo, does it have a different design of soundboard than other Salvis’s?

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    unknown-user on #146750

    I absolutely love my Russian harp!

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