The appearance of the harp is exquisite and beautiful, full of artistic temperament, elegant and pure, as glittering and translucent as pearl jade. Its timbre is crystal like morning dew, its range is broad, its performance effect is unique, its aftertaste is long, it is interesting to play, and it is relaxed and happy to hear it. It is like the wonderful beauty of a fountain bubbling in the moonlight, filled with a poetic atmosphere.
The harp is played with one to four fingers of the left and right hands, without little fingers. The high pitched part of the score is played by the right hand and the low pitched part by the left hand. One hand can play single tone, double tone and chord (sound at the same time). Each hand can play up to four tones, and the maximum width can not exceed ten degrees. When the range of the sound pattern is very wide, it is easy to play with detour, and it can connect the sound with the sound very coherently.
The combination of harp, myth, legend and lyric poetry has a long history. In ancient Greek music, the human voice sang the earliest hymns and lyric poems. The main instrument accompanied by it was the lyre, which was a seven string instrument from the harp.
The harp, an ancient musical instrument, always has an irresistible and elegant beauty. Its timbre is peaceful, soothing but rich in details. As early as the 18th century, the harp began to be used in opera bands. It has unparalleled beautiful timbre, especially when playing arpeggio scales. Although the volume is not large, it is as soft as a rainbow and poetic, Sometimes gentle and sometimes mysterious, it is the concentrated embodiment of natural beauty.