Véronique Couturier Harpist

Prelude 40 harp from Lyon & Healy

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Designed with the performing harpist in mind, this romantic classic is crafted with a decorated Sitka Spruce soundboard for a rich, powerful tone.

Now with 40 strings to accommodate a larger range of music, the artistically styled Prelude 40 lever harp features string spacing and tension similar to a traditional Lyon & Healy pedal harp.

Included with the new Prelude 40 are a scalloped bronze-finished crown and matching claw feet, as well as a classically turned wooden crown and stylized feet. All pieces complement the elegant lines of its graceful base and delicately fluted column, plus they allow you to customize the look of your Prelude 40 to your individual taste

The Prelude 40 is available in three different finishes:

  • Mahogany (figured)
  • Natural
  • Ebony

The Prelude 40 comes with a cover, tuning key and a 2 year limited warranty.

For all details and options, please visit the Prelude 40 Lyon & Healy page.

In stock: Prelude 40 Mahogany

Price: 5200$ US. (Price does not include international transport)

Contact us for current Canadian price.

Prelude 40 specifications


  • 40 strings
  • 5 1/2 octaves
  • 1st octave E to 6th octave A

Weight and dimensions:

  • Height: 64" (163 cm)
  • Soundboard width: 14 7/8" (38 cm)
  • Extreme Width: 33" 1/4 (84 cm)
  • Weight: 44 lbs (20 Kg)

Levers: full set of performance levers.


  • Column, neck and body: hard maple
  • Soundboard: Sitka spruce


I am a professional harpist, graduated from the "Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal" and I am committed to offer you my musical talents.

With more than ten years of experience you are guaranteed the highest quality of background music service; whether it be playing the grand harp solo or duo with other professionals musicians playing with me.


home 60 rue Saint-Louis, Lemoyne (Vieux-Longueuil) Québec, J4R 2L4

phone 450.672.HARP (4277)

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Only 15 minutes from downtown Montreal, at the exit of Victoria bridge!