psaltery

(from Greek psaltrion: `harp`), musical instrument having plucked strings of gut, horsehair, or metal stretched across a flat soundboard, often ... [1 related articles]
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psaltery

[n] - an ancient stringed instrument similar to the lyre or zither but having a trapezoidal sounding board under the strings
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Psaltery

• (n.) A stringed instrument of music used by the Hebrews, the form of which is not known.
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psaltery

noun an ancient stringed instrument similar to the lyre or zither but having a trapezoidal sounding board under the strings
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Psaltery

Psal'ter·y noun ; plural Psalteries . [ Middle English sautrie , Old French psalterie , French psaltérion , Latin psalterium psaltery, psalter, from Greek ..., from .... See Psalm , Psalter .] A stringed instrument of music used by the Hebrew...
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psaltery

ancient stringed musical instrument
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Psaltery

box zither; raised wooden board or box with soundholes, with strings stretched parallel to the soundboard and attached at either side by wooden pegs or metal pins; usually plucked.
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Psaltery

Medieval plucked-string instrument similar to the modern zither, consisting of a sound box over whic
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psaltery

psaltery (sôl'turē, –trē) , stringed musical instrument. It has a flat soundboard over which a variable number of strings are stretched. Its origin was in the Middle East, and it is referred to in the Bible. It appeared in Europe in the 12th cent. and flourished until the...
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Psaltery

The psaltery was an ancient musical instrument of a type used by the Jews, the Greeks and in mediaeval Europe, consisting of a flat sounding box with numerous strings which were plucked with the fingers or a plectrum. Its form and character vary in different countries and periods. The psaltery might be square, triangular, circular or irregular. The...
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