Category:Celtic harps

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English: Category:Celtic harps. The folk harp or Celtic harp is small to medium-sized and usually designed for traditional music; it can be played solo or with small groups. It is prominent in Welsh, Breton, Irish, Scottish and other Celtic cultures within traditional or folk music and as a social and political symbol. Clàrsach is the Scottish Gaelic word for a harp, its equivalent in Irish being cláirseach. Since these instruments have traditionally been considered as one, they are commonly referred to in English as the Celtic harp.
Nederlands: Categorie:Keltische harpen. De Ierse harp "cláirseach" (in Schots-Gaelisch:"Clàrsach") wordt doorgaans "Keltische harp" genoemd (Eng. "Celtic harp".) Het is een kleine tot middelgrote harp en ze wordt gewoonlijk als solo-instrument of in kleine groepen bespeeld. De Keltische harp is een belangrijk instrument in de Welsche, Bretonse, Ierse, Schotse en andere Keltische culturen in de traditionele en volksmuziek, alsmede als een sociaal en politiek symbol.
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triangular harp traditional to Brittany, Ireland, Scotland and Wales
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Subclass ofplucked string instrument,
harps,
musical instrument
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