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He played the [[gleep-flute|''gleep''-flute]] and Irish harp at an early age. When attempting to play an Earth piano, his hair-thin arms were not strong enough to depress the keys, but did fit through the between the keys, enabling him to pluck the strings insides like a harp.
 
He played the [[gleep-flute|''gleep''-flute]] and Irish harp at an early age. When attempting to play an Earth piano, his hair-thin arms were not strong enough to depress the keys, but did fit through the between the keys, enabling him to pluck the strings insides like a harp.
  
[[Wladislaw Wladislaw ]] composed the ''Concertino for [[Enclosed Harp]]''  in 8236 for him, popularizing this newly invented instrument.  
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[[Wladislaw Wladislaw]] composed the ''Concertino for [[Enclosed harp|Enclosed Harp]]''  in 8236 for him, popularizing this newly invented instrument.  
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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*[[Wladislaw Wladislaw]]
 
*[[Enclosed harp]]
 
*[[Enclosed harp]]
*[[Barsak Gh. Therwent]]
 
 
*[[Ratling]]
 
*[[Ratling]]
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*[[Gleep-flute]]
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*[[Freem Freem]]
 
*[[Wilrik Rotha Rotha Delk Shkulma Tik]]
 
*[[Wilrik Rotha Rotha Delk Shkulma Tik]]
*[[Wladislaw Wladislaw]]
 
 
*[[Ludwig Hrrshtk]]
 
*[[Ludwig Hrrshtk]]
 
*[[Treth Schmaltar]]
 
*[[Treth Schmaltar]]

Latest revision as of 09:26, 7 October 2019

Alien from Canopus XII and "inventor" of the enclosed harp from the humor article "Extracts from the Galactick Almanack: Music Around the Universe," by Larry M. Harris (pseudonym of Laurence M. Janifer) and published in the June 1959 issue of Galaxy. It was illustrated by MAD magazine's own Don Martin.

He played the gleep-flute and Irish harp at an early age. When attempting to play an Earth piano, his hair-thin arms were not strong enough to depress the keys, but did fit through the between the keys, enabling him to pluck the strings insides like a harp.

Wladislaw Wladislaw composed the Concertino for Enclosed Harp in 8236 for him, popularizing this newly invented instrument.

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