Their outward garments were adorned with the figures of suns, moons, and stars; interwoven with those of fiddles, flutes, harps
, trumpets, guitars, harpsichords, and many other instruments of music, unknown to us in Europe.
Then, in the early Summer of 1874, while he was puzzling over this harp
apparatus, the dim outline of a new path suddenly glinted in front of him.
Little John and Much the miller's son were out together on a foraging expedition when they espied the same young man; at least, they thought it must be he, for he was clad in scarlet and carried a harp
in his hand.
Edmund spoke of the harp
as his favourite instrument, and hoped to be soon allowed to hear her.
That she was coming to apologize, and that they should have to spend the evening by themselves, was the first black idea; and Mary was quite ready to be affronted, when Louisa made all right by saying, that she only came on foot, to leave more room for the harp
, which was bringing in the carriage.
Then, when they had eaten and drunk as much as they could, and when the day faded and the great moon arose, all red and round, over the spires and towers of Nottingham Town, they joined hands and danced around the fires, to the music of bagpipes and harps
While he lay perdu in Steward's stateroom, his voice was the one thing that was not to be heard, so Kwaque was forced to seek the solace of his jews' harp
in the sweltering heat of the gratings over the fire-room.
The streak of daylight being now excluded from the room, Miss Dunross threw back her veil, and took the harp
on her knee; seating herself, I observed, with her face turned away from the fire.
He closed his eyes and rested his head on the frame of the harp
A gilt harp
, blotched with many stains and with two of its strings missing, was tucked under one of his arms, while with the other he scooped greedily at his platter.
King of Lochlin, let thy face brighten with gladness, and thine ear delight in the harp
But he could not; he had a harp
and he often tried to play on it; but his clumsy fingers only made such discord that his companions laughed at him and mocked him, and called him a madman because he would not give it up, but would rather sit apart by himself, with his arms about his harp
, looking up into the sky, while they gathered around their fire and told tales to wile away their long night vigils as they watched their sheep on the hills.