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Synonyms for harpist

someone who plays the harp

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ATOP harpist says the Welsh premiere of a new piece of music to remember the controversial flooding of a village will be an emotional occasion for her.
THE life and work of a globally-renowned harpist who started playing again as he approached his 90th birthday will be celebrated at an international festival.
And they loved the music so much that they asked to visit Lochthorn Harpists again.
Through this project, Clera (Cymdeithas Offerynnau Traddodiadol Cymru - The Society for the Traditional Instruments of Wales) has been offering a programme of workshops to teach harpists all over Wales to play in the style of the Welsh Gypsy harpists, a style passed down directly from John Roberts himself through several generations of his family.
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.
One of its most attractive qualities is its readability, for Govea has written in a manner that tells a more storylike narrative of the harpists, rather than provide dry accounts of their lives and professional activities.
More than 100 harpists from countries as far afield as Japan, America, Russia and Thailand will be coming to the festival at Galeri, in Caernarfon, from Easter Sunday, on April 1, to Saturday, April 7.
The Heathhall children were on their regular visit to Lochthorn Library where the harpists meet once a month for practice sessions.
After arriving in Wales the eight harpists and two musicians, all aged between 18 and 24, immediately went into rehearsals with their borrowed harps ahead of this evening's performance.
Tomorrow the third Wales International Harp Festival launches in North Wales when competitors, music-lovers and internationally renowned harpists will gather from across the globe for seven days of music.
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.