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Seahorse Harp. Which is the main event here...the look or the music? Hard to tell...
*Violin....looks like ice!..beautiful!
A series of hidden harps lead to the moon medallion. Each harp opens a space pocket which contains the song need to open the next harps pocket.
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Art Mountain Glen Harps harps
The beautiful Harp!
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harp with roses
Single action pedal harp (pedals à sabots/crochets). Ribbons of bells and sprays of ivy interweave along the column, which rests upon a base ornamented with floral motifs. The soundboard sports figurines of putti and medallions alternating with floral designs; in the center are two exotic female dancers. The present blue color is actually slightly darker than the original. France, 1783.
A Nyckelharpa. A traditional swedish instrument that literally means "keyed fiddle". Never seen one but I imagine it sounds as unique as it looks.
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...'s violin has to be the symbol of art in it's entirety. She's carved, drawn, played and shaped it. It's a perfect unity between artwork and performance. This is a real violin, BTW.
1820 Irish Dital harp by John Egan. 28 strings. Exquisite! \
"Vivian is the only one who actually plays an instrument, and so she plays, like eight of them. Her favorite one is definitely the violin though."
Marine Music :-)
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