The sun was down, and now, at twilight, the harpist of the Wood awoke and touched his multitudinous strings.
The air which the harpist had played began to control his movements.
She taught the little children herself, and her husband, the harpist, taught the older ones.
The matter was explained, and the professor promised to be on hand and bring the harpist with him.
Then, for the first time, I knew that the harpist of the Wood had awakened.
Ctesipho falls in love with a harpist, whom schinus, to please his brother, carries off from her master.
The judge of character, the harpist upon heart-chords, made the next move—not the candid, manly friend.
In the end this marriage takes place, Ctesipho gets his harpist and Micio is persuaded to marry the widow.
Seated in the chariot by his side was no brave soldier or noble statesman, but Diodorus the harpist!
At length the harpist, flinging back his long hair over his shoulders, stretched out his hands and began playing.