Translation of harper in Spanish:

harper

Pronunciation /ˈhɑːpə//ˈhɑrpər/

noun

literary

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    • True to the tradition of real Irish music, we would be standing around a fire listening to a harper or singing in gaelic.
    • Irish harpers used their fingernails on the wire strings of their harps, again probably near the soundboard.
    • Music was a serious business in ancient Ireland, and professional harpers got all the top gigs.
    • Ó Cearbhalláin enjoyed the social status traditionally accorded to the harper in Gaelic society, but was on equally familiar terms with patrons of native and planter stock.
    • This is a comparatively extrovert third album from the talented and technically advanced young Scots harper and pianist, now sojourning in Barcelona and soaking up even more musical influences.