Zampieri II


Italy, early 17th. century

Reconstruction after the painting „David che suona l’arpa“ of 1619 by the italian painter, architect and harpmaker Domenico Zampieri, called Domenichino, 1581-1641

Decorated with extensive inlays

“My new big ZAMPIERI is super, fantastic, beyond anything I have ever played or heard. THANK YOU!!! This harp really is another dimension. Small Zampieri was better than any other harp in the world, but the big one is from another planet!”

Dr. Andrew Lawrence-King, Professor for Early Harp, GUERNSEY

Tonal rangeGG – e”’
Pitch440 hz
on request 415 – 465 hz
Weight27,5 pounds
Height76,5 inches
Woodmaple, stained
Other coloring (free)
DecorationUndecorated (Zampieri without angel)
or decorated with gold-plated angel and
4 gold-plated rosets
AccessoriesSoftcase, hardcase (flightcase)