Chordophones: Harps and Lyres

Harps and lyres, such as the box lyre, the bowl lyre, and the tortoiseshell lyre, are open string chordophones, meaning that the player does not press against a neck or fingerboard but rather plucks the strings in the air and can use both hands to play the instrument as the strings may be ...

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