The Ancient Sound of the Harp has Merged With Modern Technology
The pre-eminence of the harp for worship and prayer is being restored with the help of a new electronic instrument - the âHarpellaâ
Wouldnât it be wondrous to have the inspiration of the sound of the harp in your worship service? Have you ever had a desire to play the harp to worship the Lord, but were discouraged because you didnât know where to start? Up till now, playing the harp may have been difficult...
Now with the invention of the Harpella anyone can play the harp.
The inventor of the Harpella™, Michael-David, is a Psalmist who leads worship and holds harp schools internationally. He has been called by the Lord to help to restore the harp as an instrument for worship and prayer. In previous harp schools Michael-David has taken teams of his students (most of whom were beginners with no previous experience) to minister in places like hospitals. This is a unique opportunity to reach out as the sound of the harp is so well received, and readily brings a sense of the presence of God.
Experience the beauty of the harp for prayer and worship like King David!
âIn the Bible, the pre-eminence of the harp for worship and prayer was established by King David when he set into order the Levitical musicians who worshiped the Lord â day and night, first in the âTabernacle of Davidâ, and later in the Temple itself, â (see 1 Chronicles 15:16) says Michael-David. âFor the New Testament believer, the Book of Revelation reveals that the primary instrument of worship in Heaven is the harp (see Rev. 5:8 and 15:2). Today there is a renewed interest in the harp particularly as it relates to 24/7 worship and intercession. Over twenty-thousand 24/7 houses of prayer have been birthed world-wide. In fact, in these prayer house settings, the antiphonal singing of the scriptures has often been referred to as Harp and Bowl, but the use of the harp has been conspicuously missing. I see this resurgence of the harp as a part of the fulfillment of Bible prophecy seen in Amos 9 and the restoration of Davidâs Tabernacle.â
The harp is an ideal instrument for not only worship and prayer, but is beautifully suited for special times of devotion to the Lord. In a church setting or for outreaches, the harp is a gentle voice that calls people to draw close to God. Imagine the heavenly sound of the harp during altar calls for salvation or healing. As an anointed musician, David was able to bring relief for Saul when troubled by an evil spirit (1 Samuel 16:23). Now, for such a time as this, the sound of the harp is being restored again for the glory of God!
Kingdom is making available for the first time anywhere, Michael-Davidâs new instrument that makes it easy to play the harp â introducing the Harpella™ the worldâs first harp that can automatically change key. Now the harp is easier to play than any instrument in a worship band setting... much, much easier than piano or guitar! With the advent of the Harpella™ the ancient sound of the harp now has merged with modern technology to produce a revolutionary new instrument. The Harpella™ has a number of amazing high-tech features including:
- Instant key change at the touch of a single controller or laptop interface
- A clear acrylic body that lights up with the frequencies of the strings
- The ability to play chords with strings that are lit up to indicate which strings are active (unneeded strings are muted so you canât make a mistake!)
- The sound of the nylon strings is never out of tune
- Like an electric guitar, the harp is plugged into an amplifier or directly into the sound system
Upgraded models include:
- The implementation of MIDI enabling the harp to be connected to a synthesizer allowing the sound of any other musical instrument to be played (along with the natural sound of the harp) in real time or recorded and played back
- A self playing feature similar to a player-piano with strings lighting up as the melody is played back
- Chord information from a keyboard can be transmitted to the Harpella™ software which lights and automatically selects the strings to be played for that chord, muting out strings that are not used
- Tutorial features showing the music on screen as a musical score with the strings lighting up to show you which strings to play
For more information on the new electronic instrument - "The Harpella" - the harp that teaches you to play, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.