Tagelharpa or Jouhikko, by Luthier
The Tagelharpa is a type of 3-string violin lyre, its main characteristic and the reason for its name come from the fact that its strings are made with bristles from the tail of horses. Hence its name Tagel (horsetail) harp (harp). Its origin dates back to the 15th and 16th centuries, of Scandinavian origin, and more specifically Viking.
There are no reviews yet.