1. (orig. US) a harmonica, a mouth organ.
|Scribner’s Mag. Oct. 481/1: She displayed a flimsy red silk handkerchief and a child’s harp .|
|In Babel 40: I’d walked from Loueyville over to Terry Hut with a nigger that played the mouth-harp.‘Why “Gondola” Was Put Away’ in|
|Psychotic Reactions (1988) 104: I dropped the harp, which was such a limited palette for an experimental artist anyway.in|
|Life 88: Cyril Davies was a hell of a harp player, one of the best.|
2. (US) a vibraharp or vibraphone.
|Pic (N.Y.) Mar. 7: jibing the vibes or hitting the harps. — playing the vibraphone.|