(Music) A stringed instrument, with strings stretched across a sounding board, usually trapezoidal. It's played on the lap or horizontally on a table. Some have their own legs. These musical instruments are played by plucking on the strings (traditionally with a quill) or by tapping on them (in the case of the hammer dulcimers).
A box with an opening in it across which gut strings of varying thickness are stretched, tuned in unison: when air blows over them, the strings produce varying harmonies
To speak or write at length; expatiate:
(Intransitive) To do or say again (again).
A glass harmonica.
To urge, scold, find fault, etc. constantly
The definition of reiterate is to repeat.
a small rectangular free-reed instrument having a row of free reeds set back in air holes and played by blowing into the desired hole
(Music) An ancient Greek stringed instrument, which could be considered a forerunner of the guitar.
A sequence of six tones with a semitone in the middle, the others being whole tones, that was used in medieval music.
A musical instrument consisting of a flat sounding box with numerous strings, placed on a horizontal surface, and played with a plectrum and fingertips; similar to a dulcimer. In the Norwegian harpeleik and Swedish cittra versions, the instrument is considered a chorded zither and usually has 7 (Norwegian) to 9 (Swedish) chords, some with as many as 11 strings each, which are mostly strummed and damped as chords, although sometimes plucked. The Norwegian harpeleik and Swedish cittra are still in production by a German manufacturer.
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