aeolian harp definition by Webster's New World
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a box with an opening in it across which gut strings of varying thickness are stretched, tuned in unison: when air blows over them, the strings produce varying harmonies
aeolian harp definition by American Heritage Dictionary
An instrument consisting of an open box over which are stretched strings that sound when the wind passes over them. Also called wind harp.
Origin: From Aeolian, relating to Aeolus, god of the winds.