She took from the top of the harmonium
the large Bible and the prayer-book from which the Vicar was accustomed to read prayers, and put them on Philip's chair.
As the congregation entered they were met by mild sweet chords issuing from a harmonium, where Miss Willett, concealed from view by a baize curtain, struck emphatic chords with uncertain fingers.
He gave his blessing, and then, while the solemn chords again issued from the harmonium behind the curtain, the different people began scraping and fumbling and moving very awkwardly and consciously towards the door.
By this time the music had stopped, and the musicians-a fiddler, and the young lady who played the harmonium
on Sundays-were hastily refreshing themselves at one corner of the supper-table which aligned its devastated pie-dishes and ice-cream saucers on the platform at the end of the hall.
Once more I was in luck, for I had not been lying there long before I heard my dear Ewbank snoring like a harmonium
, and the music never ceased for a moment; it was as loud as ever when I crept out and closed my door behind me, as regular as ever when I stopped to listen at his.
Colonel Stark laid down the lamp on the top of a harmonium
beside the door.
It was droning like a harmonium
with the flies and bluebottles, and the floor and walls were like a slaughter-house.
They are not only vocals but the disciples are also trained in playing harmonium
, tabla and dholak.
The tiny problem with not having microphones to augment the vocalists' voices is that sometimes the thumping dhol and the sharp harmonium
notes can drown out the vocal parts or render them inaudible, but on Saturday it happened only on one or two occasions.
Allan Sahab was not only a master harmonium
player of Lucknow but also an ace craftsman of musical instruments.
The 17-year-old is the first woman in the area who has trained to play the harmonium
while she sings.
What has changed is Harmonium
, Tannock's first bar-restaurant in Edinburgh's dockfront district.