Harp

The harp is a plucked stringed instrument of ancient origin. The ancient harp was found among the Assyrians, Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, Irish, Welsh, and other nations. Its variety of form and construction was only equalled by its universality. The modern instrument has the strings distended from the upper part to one of the sides. It stands erect...
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harp

[n] - a pair of curved vertical supports for a lampshade 2. [n] - a chordophone that has a triangular frame consisting of a sounding board and a pillar and a curved neck 3. [v] - play the harp 4. [v] - come back to
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HARP

High Altitude Research Program
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HARP

Health Administration Responsibility Project
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Harp

Harp (härp) noun [ Middle English harpe , Anglo-Saxon hearpe ; akin to Dutch harp , German harfe , Old High German harpha , Danish harpe , Icelandic & Swedish harpa .] 1. A musical instrument consisting of a triangular frame furnished with st...
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Harp

Harp intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Harped (härpt) present participle & verbal noun Harping .] [ Anglo-Saxon hearpian . See Harp , noun ] 1. To play on the harp. « I...
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Harp

Harp transitive verb To play on, as a harp; to play (a tune) on the harp; to develop or give expression to by skill and art; to sound forth as from a harp; to hit upon. « Thou 'st harped my fear aright.» Shak.
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harp

1. A musical instrument consisting of a triangular frame furnished with strings and sometimes with pedals, held upright, and played with the fingers. ... 2. <astronomy> A constellation; Lyra, or the Lyre. ... 3. <zoology> Harp seal, a beautiful marine gastropod shell of the genus Harpa, of several species, found in tropical seas. See Ha...
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harp

noun 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
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harp

dwell verb come back to; `Don`t dwell on the past`; `She is always harping on the same old things`
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harp

verb play the harp; `She harped the Saint-Saens beautifully`
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Harp

• (n.) To play on the harp. • (n.) A grain sieve. • (n.) To dwell on or recur to a subject tediously or monotonously in speaking or in writing; to refer to something repeatedly or continually; -- usually with on or upon. • (v. t.) To play on, as a harp; to play (a tune) on the harp; to develop or give expression to by skill and ...
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harp

stringed instrument in which the resonator, or belly, is perpendicular, or nearly so, to the plane of the strings. Each string produces one note, the ... [11 related articles]
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HARP

(High Altitude Research Project) A program to study the upper atmosphere using instrumented projectiles shot from a cannon, conducted in the 1960s by researchers at McGill University, Montreal. The projectiles were cylindrical finned missiles, 20 cm wide and 1.7 m long, wit...
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harp

harp, stringed musical instrument of ancient origin, the strings of which are plucked with the fingers. Harps were found in paintings from the 13th cent. B.C. at Thebes. In different forms it was played by peoples of nearly all lands throughout the ages. The harp was particularly popular with the Ir...
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Harp

Harp is slang for a harmonica.
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Harp

Harp is slang for a harmonica.
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harp

Plucked musical string instrument. It consists of a set of strings stretched vertically over a triangle-shaped frame. The strings rise from a sloping soundboard and are tensioned at the opposite end by pegs. The orchestral harp is the largest instrument of its type. It has 47 strings covering the range B0–C7 (seven octaves). At its base th...
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Harp

[disambiguation] A harp is a type of stringed musical instrument. Harp or HARP may also refer to: ==Music== ==Science== ==Other uses== ...
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Harp

[magazine] Harp was a print and online magazine that provided in-depth information on current music, mainly the adult album alternative genre, which encompasses a large variety of music. It was published from 2001–08. By 2008, Harp had moved well beyond its early AAA roots to become a more general interest magazine (compared in the media ...
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Harp

The harp is a multi-string musical instrument which has the plane of its strings positioned perpendicularly to the soundboard. Organologically, it is in the general category of chordophones (stringed instruments) and has its own sub category (the harps). All harps have a neck, resonator and strings. Some, known as frame harps, also have a pillar; ...
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harp

from blues harp, which in blues and related genres is a slang term for the harmonica.
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Harp

The harp's strings are plucked, and its pitches are changed by means of pedals. Its ethereal tone is
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HARP

[Hadron Production Experiment] HARP, The Hadron Production Experiment at the Proton Synchrotron was a physics experiment at CERN that took data from 2000 through 2002. Its goal was to systematically study hadron production on a wide variety of nuclear targets. The data is used to help predict neutrino fluxes at experiments such as MiniBooNE...
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Harp

[surname] Harp is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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