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Synonyms for harpist

someone who plays the harp

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FORMER royal harpist Hannah Stone has become an unofficial ambassador for a Denbighshire city.
The fourth Wales International Harp Festival, at Galeri Caernarfon, brings around 40 harpists together to attend group tuition and classes with eminent teachers.
FORMER Royal harpist Claire Jones has played for plenty of top stars.
A 12-YEAR-OLD harpist is hoping to bring the title of Texaco Young Musician of Wales 2009 home to Cardiff.
She was, at the time, a classical harpist embarking on her professional career while moonlighting in a Denver nursing home.
We're talking about the Butterfield Blues Band, the group led by Chicago-born harpist Paul Butterfield.
Among those who are familiar with harpists and history of the harp, questions of inclusion will arise, particularly with regard to the harpists of the current century.
The Festival Concert on April 2 will be a showcase with performances by exceptionally talented young harpists who went on to study at some of the best conservatoires in the world.
Harpists under 25 years of age have been taking part in the Pencerdd Gwalia Festival competition to commemorate John Thomas, who was Queen Victoria's official harp player.
But while Finch's high profile helps bring much-needed attention to our national instrument, the narrow press focus on her overshadows other harpists in Wales.
Organised by Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias, the festival has attracted 80 harpists from all over the world.
In 2009 the Gwanwyn festival commissioned composer Gareth Glyn to write a special piece of music for group of harpists from North Wales, who had all begun to learn the instrument in later life.
With The European Harp Symposium, it's always nice catching up with harpists you've met along the way.
On Friday harpists from Paraguay and Venezuela share a platform with Gwenan Gibbard (Pwllheli) and Georgia Ruth (Caernarfon) - two of Wales' internationally acclaimed young artists.