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  • n. Plural form of harpist.


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  • Most of the harpists are her students, living in Evansville, Newburgh, New Harmony and Rockport, Ind., as well as Henderson, Ky. Stories

  • On March 20, the third national meeting of harpists will be held at the Cultural Center from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m.

    Jalisco Ministry of Culture Presents

  • The public is invited to this presentation by harpists from all parts of Mexico.

    Jalisco Ministry of Culture Presents

  • Starting with 2001's "Vespertine," each of her studio albums has involved more and more participants, be they hip-hop producers, harpists, or an Icelandic choir.

    Sonic Science Projects

  • A pair of harpists, set up on a platform at mid-aisle, added drama to the décor as well as mood-setting music.

    My Fair Wedding

  • The towering rose arches and the two harpists in my ceremony room . . . the large golden candelabras, rose centerpieces, and the piano player in the dining room . . . they were just the beginning of my wonderful gold extravaganza.

    My Fair Wedding

  • It began with a pair of harpists performing at the ceremony, followed by a pianist accompanied by a string quartet at dinner, and continued with an R&B band and a DJ keeping the party going until the end of the night.

    My Fair Wedding

  • This year's top prizes went to harpists from France, Japan, and Russia.

    Harp 'Olympics' Draws Finest Talent

  • "Many orchestras in the past had carried two harpists all of the time, now there are very few, maybe even just a handful that have more than one harpist as part of their regular orchestra," says Bratton.

    Harp 'Olympics' Draws Finest Talent

  • This year 39 harpists, from 19 countries including Iceland, Italy, and Taiwan, were selected to compete for the 2010 title.

    Harp 'Olympics' Draws Finest Talent


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