Definition of wind harp in English:

wind harp

Syllabification: wind harp
Pronunciation: /ˈwind ˌhärp
 
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noun

  • another term for aeolian harp.
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    • We also had this ‘wind harp,’ a lyre with gut strings, that we'd de-tuned and stuck out in the wind on the truck.
    • This has been a dream for the past 28 years since I saw my first wind harp on a ridge in Vermont.
    • The strings on the wind harp are tuned to the pentatonic, 5 note scale, commonly heard in oriental music.

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