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OTHER WORDS FROM citharacith·a·rist, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for cithara
There remain then the lyre and the cithara for use in our city; and for shepherds in the country a syrinx (pan's pipes).'
In another passage (c. 6) Plutarch says of the ancient music of the cithara that it was characterised by perfect simplicity.
But when we come to the scales actually used on the chief Greek instrument, the cithara, the number falls at once to six.
The Hypo-dorian octave is seen in two of the scales of the cithara given by Ptolemy (p. 85), viz.
The learned differ as to the precise purpose of the Hymn, and some even exclude the invention of the cithara.The Homeric Hymns|Andrew Lang