bard playing an Ollamh harp. Harp
Full-scale ( wood) 75 gp Half-scale (wood) 50 gp Half-scale (silver) 120 gp Quarter-scale (wood) 30 gp Quarter-scale ( silver) 75 gp
common 5 gp Masterwork 100 gp Harps were a type of stringed musical instrument that could be found in several varieties across the Realms.
Availability [ ] Impiltur was known for making high-quality wood harps, and Selgaunt produced silver harps. Both were available for purchase in different sizes from . Aurora's Whole Realms Catalogue
Halambar Lutes & Harps in Waterdeep was a well-known musical instrument shop that sold harps.
A harp-stringing musician, alone at night.
Notable harps [ ]
Anstruth harp One of the seven
Instruments of the Bards. Magical harps capable of controlling elements and healing, among other magical powers.  
Caveharp A type of high quality but non magical harps found in the
Underdark. Its sound transmitted extremely long distances there, something between one to six miles (about 1.61km to 9.66km). It was thus used to relay information over long distances but also for entertainment. 
Dove's harp the harp named after
Dove Falconhand who possessed one of these magic items of restorative power.  The
Harp that Sings by Itself A legendary enchanted harp that played its own tunes.
Ollamh harp Another Instrument of the Bards. These magical harps could control the minds of listeners, among other magical powers.  
Notable Users of Harps [ ]
Races [ ]
Harps were one of the most preferred instruments among
cloud giants.  Korreds were often known to play harps during their ceremonial celebrations to their patron god. 
Religions [ ]
Appendix [ ]
External Links [ ]
Harp article at , The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia
Appearances [ ]
Pool of Radiance: Attack on Myth Drannor Video Games
Neverwinter Nights: Pirates of the Sword Coast
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