Your zither was left with us, and I've got the bassoon out of its case already.
There also in the evening Bavarian minstrels jodel, and play the zither.
I have a beautiful Greek girl here, highly accomplished; can embroider, play the zither, sing in two languages.
It sounds like a zither players sweetest songs, said the rider.
Drawing his zither from its case, he laid it on the table and allowed his fingers to stray across the strings.
On an unlucky day one of the nieces took it into her head to study the zither.
Then she called to him: 'Why are you so cast down this evening, that you do not play on your zither?'
Aspasia is the scale of the zither, without whom our strings would not sound.
My ear, too, caught the twanging of a zither, which somehow reminded me of the afternoon in Kuprasso's garden-house.
And so full was he of the idea of how to set about cleaving the log that he forgot even his zither.