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The harp is a unique member of the stringed instrument family. Like other members of the string family, the harp's sound is produced by vibrating strings stretched between parts of a wooden frame or box. On a harp, the strings' vibrations are produced by being plucked by hand, while seven pedals at the bottom of the harp adjust the length of the strings to produce more notes.

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โˆ™ 2020-10-01 18:04:30

The piano has strings, but is part of the percussion family because hammers strike the strings. So having strings doesn't automatically make a harp a string instrument. The harp is plucked what family are plucked instruments in???

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Q: What instrument family does the harp belong to?
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