• During Takemitsu's years as a member of the Jikken Kōbō, he experimented with compositions of musique concrète (and a very limited amount of electronic music, the most notable example being Stanza II for harp and tape written later in 1972).
  • Wikipedia: Toru Takemitsu
  • He plays on foreign harp strings to produce a clearer tone.
  • Wikipedia: Ram Narayan
  • In this home, Virginia was well enough to tend the flower garden and entertain visitors by playing the harp or the piano and singing.
  • Wikipedia: Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe
  • Other competitions in music include highland dancing, solo and band piping, drumming, Scottish fiddling, and Scottish harp.
  • Wikipedia: Idlewild and Soak Zone
  • Some are shown vomiting or excreting, others are crucified by harp and lute, in a hallucinatory depiction of the consequences of sin.
  • Wikipedia: The Garden of Earthly Delights
  • The Double Concerto for oboe, harp and chamber orchestra—commissioned by Paul Sacher—was finally finished in 1980, and the Third Symphony in 1983.
  • Wikipedia: Witold Lutosławski
  • To the ancient Greeks, the constellation Lyra was formed from the harp of Orpheus, with Vega as its handle.
  • Wikipedia: Vega
  • With the exception of limited early usage of previously issued British postal stationery, which were not overprinted like the postage stamps, all post-paid impressed stamps before 1984 were based on variations of a design showing the country's name in Irish, Éire, with appropriate values in text and numeral tablets centred around an Irish harp motif.
  • Wikipedia: Postage stamps of Ireland
  • Within this general ordering, specific instruments or combinations are used to accompany some of the main characters—Orpheus by harp and organ, shepherds by harpsichord and chitarrone, the Underworld gods by trombones and regal.
  • Wikipedia: L'Orfeo
  • Yorke recorded it alone on a pedal organ and other band members added sampled harp and double bass sounds.
  • Wikipedia: Kid A