These pieces show Christov-Bakargiev wearing her Apollo hat and strumming the lyre too loudly.
We might conclude that the only thing of beauty that remains of him is the shape of his lyre in the stars.
Only head and lyre remained intact, floating down the River Hebrus from Thrace to the sea.
He strikes but one chord at a time on his lyre, but he leaves you thrilled.
Well; and may you not also from seeing the picture of a horse or a lyre remember a man?
Hesiod and some others relate that they built the walls of Thebes by playing on the lyre.
I have said enough to the teacher of letters; and now we will proceed to the teacher of the lyre.
It seemed as if a strange spirit of wild song had come upon him and his lyre.
He so struck the chord of the Scottish lyre, that its vibrations were felt in every bosom.
I'm just going to tell what a lot of skins they are when I begin writing for The lyre.
harp-like instrument, c.1200, from Old French lire "lyre," from Latin lyra, from Greek lyra, a foreign word of uncertain origin.