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harp in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishharpharp1 /hɑːp $ hɑːrp/ noun [countable]  harp.jpg APMa large musical instrument with strings that are stretched across a vertical frame with three corners, and that you play with your fingersharpist noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
harpPower, a New Zealander, plays the blues harp and the chromatic harmonica.The third time, Jack stole a golden harp and was almost caught.When he married her, she was a reserved, very plain girl who played the harp in a provincial symphony orchestra.Perhaps the biggest thing going was the harp played by JoAnn Turovsky, sounding positively, well, huge.Remi was going to ny down in a stratosphere liner with this harp under his arm and make us all rich.