The Historical Harp Society of Ireland is the organisation which runs Scoil na gCláirseach — Summer School of Early Irish Harp. Other activities include concerts, workshops, lessons, harp rental and sales, and a members' library.
EARLY & TRADITIONAL MUSIC IN IRELAND
Meitheal Residential Summer School of Irish traditional music
The Flight of the Earls - Imeacht na nIarlaí 400th anniversary conference, Letterkenny IT 17th - 19th
OTHER HARP EVENTS
Edinburgh Harp Festival - Anually in Scotland, for all types of harp.
Harfentreffen - Annual German harp festival
SOCIETIES & ORGANISATIONS
Historical Harp Society of Ireland - organises and runs Scoil na gCláirseach.
Wire Branch of the Clarsach Society - International organisation based in Scotland, for anyone interested in the Gaelic harp.
Cairde na Cruite - the Friends of the Harp in Ireland.
Irish Harp Centre - Home of Irish Harper & Composer Janet Harbison. Year round tuition for harp and other instruments.
The Historical Harp Society of America
EARLY & TRADITIONAL HARP INFORMATION
Early Gaelic harp info - an independent website offering information about the historical harp of Ireland and the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
clarsach.net - a comprehensive resource for the wire-strung Gaelic harp of Ireland and Scotland.
Harp Spectrum - Exploring the world of the harp
harp.net for Festivals, Summerschools, Irish Harp Organisations, Albums, Magazines and a Harp Bulletin Board
Le Magasin de la Harpe based in Paris
GAELIC HARP MAKERS AND PLAYERS
David Kortier, in the USA, maker of replica early Irish harps.
Davy Patton, early irish harp maker in Co. Roscommon, Ireland.
Paul Doyle, early Irish harp maker in Galway, Ireland.
George Stevens, English maker of fine reproduction Gaelic harps.
Tim Hampson makes Welsh triple harps and replica pedal harps and lever harps.
Richard York, Historical Musician & Interpreter
Glissando, dem Fachzentrum fŸr Harfe, the biggest harp shop in Germany.
The Concert Design Interval Harp Chair is truly ergonomic, multi-adjustable for height, gradient and back support to best support the harpist.
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