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the string familly next to violins violas and cellos

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Q: What family is the harp in?
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What family does the harp come from?

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Why is the harp in the string family?

it has strings....

Why does the harp belong to the string family?

The harp belongs to the strings family because it has similar parts to other string instruments.

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What family is the Jews harp in?

The Jew's harp, also known as a mouth harp, belongs to the family of musical instruments called the plucked idiophones. These are also known as lamellophones. In the Hornbostel-Sachs classification system for musical instruments, this mouth harp belongs to category 12.

What is the oldest member of the string family?

The oldest member of the string family is the harp.

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