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Harpist   /hˈɑrpɪst/   Listen
Harpist

noun
1.
Someone who plays the harp.  Synonym: harper.






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"Harpist" Quotes from Famous Books



... looked at him in surprise. "Why, Romer, what a harpist you are. If I've told you once, I've told you a hundred times, he never marries! Harry has a great many bad habits, goodness knows. But marrying ...
— The Limit • Ada Leverson

... daughter, whose matrimonial possibilities were so much discussed, was finally unhappily married to M. Mallet. She was a good harpist, and taught the harp. She died without issue. Valentine was married, 1859, to M. Louis Duhamel, a lawyer. She had a good voice for singing and literary talent; she took charge of having Balzac's correspondence ...
— Women in the Life of Balzac • Juanita Helm Floyd

... as natteral as life. Bo-serve the fierceness in the eye of that black Tom. The one that's a-coming round the chimney-pot is a Sandy; yellow ochre in the body, and the markings in red. There isn't a harpist living could do 'em better, though I says it ...
— Jan of the Windmill • Juliana Horatia Ewing

... myself. And look at the children! They're simply in rags. If you really loved Miss Chuff I should think you'd be ashamed to use her as a spiritual demijohn! You've alienated her from her father, and reduced my husband from managing editor of a leading paper to managing jew's-harpist of a gang of psychic bootleggers." ...
— In the Sweet Dry and Dry • Christopher Morley

... humming bird as she flits along, moving hither and thither in this strange medley of human beings. A group has gathered around some Italian street musicians; little ragged urchins are dancing in time to a merry waltz, and now the tune changes from gay to grave. Watch the expression of the dark-eyed harpist while he plays, surely his thoughts have flown to his sunny Italy, so sad, so dreamy is his look. Even this picturesque looking street musician may have a romance and may be dreaming at this moment of some ...
— Bohemian Society • Lydia Leavitt



Words linked to "Harpist" :   player, instrumentalist, harp, musician



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