Harps vary globally in many ways. In terms of size, many smaller harps can be played on the lap, whereas larger harps are quite heavy and rest on the floor. Different harps may use strings of catgut, nylon, metal, or some combination. While all harps have a neck, resonator, and strings, frame harps have a pillar at their long end to support the strings, while open harps, such as arch harps and bow harps, do not. Modern harps also vary in techniques used to extend the range and chromaticism (e.g., adding sharps and flats) of the strings, such as adjusting a string’s note mid-performance with levers or pedals which modify the pitch. The pedal harp is a standard instrument in the orchestra of the Romantic music era (ca. 1800–1910) and the contemporary music era.
The Harp Real is Harp (Lever Harp / Celtic Harp) 27 stringed musical instrument simulation app with lever feature for changing to # note. Frequency range: C3 -> A6#.
More offline and online songs for practice (With the ability to change speed, transpose, reverb).
Play with 2 modes:
You can choose autoplay for listening songs.
Record feature: record, play back and share to your friends.
** Songs is updated regularly