aeolian harp

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a harp having strings tuned in unison

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A Glockenspiel B Xylophone C Jew's Harp D Aeolian harp 5.
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Aeolian Harp, historic work redesigned for site, 2013
Similarly, the 18th-century poet James Thomson refers to the aeolian harp in his Castle of Indolence: "Wild warbling Nature all, above the Reach of Art.
On the basis of similar themes, she attributes Woolf's image of a child looking at a flower, and the Reverend Streatfield's speech after the pageant to a passage from "The Aeolian Harp.
Essays discuss national songs published without music, Shelley and Coleridge's depictions of the Aeolian harp, poetry by Blake, George Eliot, Tennyson, Christina and D.
Not far from Alexanderplatz, the ruins of a Franciscan church bombarded in 1945 became the setting for a Gregorian sound sculpture by Hannover artist Hans Gierschik (Monk's Matrix, 1996), while the tower of the parish church nearby housed Gordon Monahan's Aeolian harp, Spontaneously Harmonious in Certain Kinds of Weather, 1996.