Plucked stringed instrument consisting of strings of various lengths attached to a triangular frame.
The base where the sound box and the pillar meet.
Device that raises the string by a semitone or a full tone.
The hollow part of the instrument; it amplifies the sound vibrations produced by the strings.
The upper face of the sound box, which receives the vibrations of the strings.
Upright that connects the sound box to the neck; its metal rods join the pedals to the mechanism inside the neck.
Made of gut, nylon or metal; its vibrations are transferred to the soundboard.
Curved section of the harp’s frame.
The upper section of the harp; it anchors the tuning pegs and contains a mechanism that changes the pitch of the strings by a semitone.
Piece of wood or metal that rolls the end of a string to adjust its tension to obtain the exact note.
The top of the pillar.