Hot Pink Reverie Harp w/Bag

Hot Pink Reverie Harp w/Bag
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Product Details

NOTE: Pictures above are of the specific instrument you will own -
a Hot Pink Reverie Harp with a hand colored Butterfly rosette.

This Musicmakers Reverie Harp is a music therapy instrument designed to be played by everyone regardless of musical skill and produces soothing music, healing vibrations, and lightweight portability. This instrument delivers special experiences to all who play it.

This is our Vivid Color model. Our Vivid Color Reverie Harps start with a solid sitka spruce soundboard which is topped with a curly maple veener. The frame and back are also made with curly maple. You'll love how the figures in the maple highlight and reflect the vivid color stain in different ways.

What's Included:
(1) Vivid Color Reverie Harp
(1) Gig Bag
(1) Tuning Wrench
(1) Tuning Chart

Product Manual

This video features the Deluxe Reverie 2 in a music therapy setting.

Using a Reverie Harp as a Music Therapy Tool.

This image features the Deluxe Reverie Classic.

Music Therapy Instrument

Must-Have Tool

A must-have tool for music therapists, visitation ministers/chaplains, activity directors, and nursing homes care-givers.

Play it Anywhere

This instrument lends itself to a wide variety of music therapy settings: the bedside of somebody that is ill, recovering from surgery, or approaching the end of life.

Opens People Up

Helps open people up even if they are no longer able to communicate with words.

"I'm finding that when I bring the Reverie Harp into a one to one visit it's a great entree. It's another vehicle to open up a person's heart" –Ann Bergstrom, Chaplain

Beginners & Seasoned Musicians

Play Without Needing to Think

We designed it specifically so that a person does not need to engage the mind to enjoy pleasant sounds.

Meditation and Reflection

People use Musicmakers Reverie Harp Classic for simple fun, dreamy relaxation, soothing harmonies, tactile stimulation, resonant vibrations, satisfaction of instant pleasure/success.

Stimulate Conversation

The harp also is useful as a tool to stimulate conversation and interaction. Two people can play together, one playing each half, to make musical harmonies together.

"Ultimately I do what I do to help the people I'm working with. This tool helps me to do that"–Dr. Annie Heiderscheit, Board Certified Music Therapist

Using a Reverie Harp to start a conversation.

This image features the Deluxe Reverie Classic.

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Buyer's Guide

Want to read more about the Reverie Harp? We wrote lots of great content for first-time owners to get the most out of their music therapy instrument.

Features & Benefits

Features on the Reverie Classic
  • Pentatonic tuning sounds great no matter the note being played.
  • Gentle vibrations soothe and calm the player.
  • Comfortable ergonomic shape and size that fits in the players hands and lap.
  • Stable tuning and resilient strings that ensure long-term use and value.

Key Specs

Item# Vivid Color Reverie
Strings 22 ball-end wire
Tuning C Pentatonic Reverie Tuning
Weight 4 pounds
Size 20" long, 12.5" wide
Soundboard Solid Spruce w/curly maple veneer
Frame Maple
Warranty Limited 5 year warranty

Virtual Reverie Harp


This Reverie Harp is coded so that the mouse works kind of like a pick. As you move your mouse cursor over the string, it will sound that string. You don't need to click the string, just move your mouse over the string.

The Musicmakers Warranty

100% Satisfaction

We allow returns of finished products still in mint condition for refund or credit within 30 days of purchase. Such refunds will be for merchandise returned only, not shipping, handling, or insurance fees.

Limited Repair Plan

We will repair or replace, without charge, within five years from date of purchase, any instrument that we built if the materials or workmanship are defective. You must present proof of purchase from MUSICMAKERS to verify the date of purchase.

Using a Reverie Harp as a Music Therapy Tool.

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