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Building The Great Puget Sound Wind Harp

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The plans are drawn up
The site of the harp is measured out
Twenty-four 1x6s are laminated to form the neck of the harp
The beam is shaped into a harmonic curve
Ron compares the beam, the model and the plans
The sound box is constructed - it is a small building
The neck is joined to the pillar -- a Douglas fir log. Now weighing about 450 pounds, it awaits a few good men to carry it down the hill.
The invitations are sent out far and wide



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