wind harp

wind harp
a harp having strings tuned in unison; they sound when wind passes over them
Syn: ↑aeolian harp, ↑aeolian lyre
Hypernyms: ↑harp

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wind harp noun
The aeolian harp (qv)
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Main Entry:wind

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wind harp «wihnd»,
= aeolian harp. (Cf.aeolian harp)

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n. another term for aeolian harp

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • wind harp — n. AEOLIAN HARP …   English World dictionary

  • wind harp — /wind/. See aeolian harp. [1805 15] * * * …   Universalium

  • wind harp — /ˈwɪnd hap/ (say wind hahp) noun → aeolian harp …   Australian English dictionary

  • wind harp — noun Date: 1813 aeolian harp …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Wind music — has two different meanings: #music written for wind instruments #music produced using the wind (rather than, say, breath). These are chiefly string instruments, such as the Aeolian harp, but some woodwinds are also known.References*… …   Wikipedia

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  • Aeolian harp — An aeolian harp (or æolian harp or wind harp) is a musical instrument that is played by the wind. It is named for Aeolus, the ancient Greek god of the wind. History Aeolian harps were very popular as household instruments during the Romantic Era …   Wikipedia