The DHC 36 Blue Light is an electric lever harp manufactured by French harp maker Camac.
Product Design & Accessories
From the Camac website:
“CAMAC’s new ‘DHC’ model is the ultimate crossover instrument for everything from Celtic to Rock! Light enough to wear comfortably throughout a full-length show, gorgeous on stage and fascinating to audiences, this harp inspired me to create new musical-theater works,‘In the Wings,’ ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Harp!’ and ‘Electra’s Lyre’ - which use electric harp as the sole accompaniment! Aside from its 11-pound weight, and spectacular appearance, producers, recording engineers and theater sound-techs are in love with its rich, resonant, even sound. For me, this is THE crossover instrument of the 21st century!” —Deborah Henson-Conant
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