But when we come to the scales actually used on the chief Greek instrument, the cithara, the number falls at once to six.
He carried on his back in a box a string taken from the cithara of the Emperor.
Claudia ceased; the accompaniment on the cithara died away in soft full chords.
Players on the cithara tune their instrument to these four, viz.
The learned differ as to the precise purpose of the Hymn, and some even exclude the invention of the cithara.
And music played the tympanum and the pipe, the cithara and the harp.
The Hypo-dorian octave is seen in two of the scales of the cithara given by Ptolemy (p. 85), viz.
Besides her skill in the garlands, she sings and plays on the cithara, which also brings money, and lately—but that is a secret.'
A cithara being brought, Philothea played one of his favourite songs, accompanied by her voice.
Kitharisterioi auloi (κιθαριστήριοι αὐλοί), used to accompany the cithara.