An unmusical instrument, played by holding it fast with the teeth and trying to brush it away with the finger.
A musical instrument consisting of a triangular frame furnished with strings and sometimes with pedals, held upright, and played with the fingers.
To play on the harp.
symbolic music tool of pagan Ireland. The most known is certainly Dagda’s harp which plays the three songs of Joy, Sadness and Sleep.
Associated with David in the Old Testament; symbol of St. Cecilia, patron saint of musicians. Symbolic of worship in heaven, hope.....
a chordophone that has a triangular frame consisting of a sounding board and a pillar and a curved neck; the strings stretched between the neck and the soundbox are plucked with the fingers
a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole
play the harp; "She harped the Saint-Saens beautifully"
a bad instrument
a beautiful instrument in itself--and there's no good reason as to why it had to be changed
a fine art object that presents memorable music
a gentle sounding instrument
a musical instrument consisting of a triangular frame open on both sides which contains a series of strings of varying lengths that are played by plucking
a musical instrument with many strings
an instrument of worship, and prayers are a part of worship
a nude piano
a piano after taxes
a piano with no clothes on
a plucked string musical instrument that is usually triangular in shape
a pretty wonderful instrument
a very classical instrument that is usually seen in portraits played by angels
Instrument with its strings arranged vertically in an approximately triangular-shaped frame. Played by plucking the strings. The Wurlitzer Automatic Harp (made by Whitlock) was popular during the early 20th century. Metal plate or frame which bears the tension of the strings in a piano. Correctly called a piano plate. Large scale marimba struck with dense felt hammers. Used in pipe organs, particularly theatre and residence organs.
A stringed instrument, usually with as many as 46 strings of graded lengths, and an upright, triangular frame, played by plucking the strings. The harpist is usually a part of the ceremony itself rather than the reception. Especially appropriate for the prelude or the interlude, the harp can also make a nice accompaniment to the cocktail hour preceding the reception.
The harp's strings are plucked, and its pitches are changed by means of pedals. Its ethereal tone is easily recognizable. The harp frequently plays broken chords called arpeggios. Example: Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker, "Waltz of the Flowers" Real Audio: 28k | 56k | About this album
String instrument with strings running in a plane perpendicular to the resonator, consisting of a resonator, or body, and a neck, between which a series of parallel strings are stretched vertically or diagonally.
A harmonica. Also known as the Georgia Saxophone.
Instrument dating back to 3000 B.C. as well as a familiar English term for the harmonica.
A favorable dream, however if a string broke or there was discord in the playing is signifies that you will have to ride out a period of difficult times.
The harp is a stringed instrument which has the plane of its strings positioned perpendicular to the soundboard. All harps have a neck, resonator and strings. Some, known as frame harps, also have a forepillar; those lacking the forepillar are referred to as open harps.