Why did Cyprus use the harp?

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Different harps may use strings of catgut or nylon ... 1014 CE) played the harp, as did many of the gentry in the country during the period of the ...
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Use: The harp is used on all Acts of ... Ireland did not reserve the right to bear a distinct coat of arms within ... Northern Cyprus; South Ossetia;
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Harp, harp [Credit: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.] stringed instrument in which the resonator, or belly, is perpendicular, or nearly so, to the plane of ...
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Structural Analysis of Folk Harps: ... , I will use a basic 36 string ... When I think about wood’s isotropic frailties I begin to understand why special ...
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The Harp. The harp is different from the other stringed instruments. It's tall, about six feet, shaped a little like the number 7, ...
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... gained its status as the official symbol of Ireland. ... they did not write ... many Irish harps use gut or synthetic string and the construction of ...
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