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It is as though the Aeolian harps had caught some strayed wind from an unknown world, and brought strange messages from peopled stars.
Thence we went on to the Aeolian island where lives Aeolus son of Hippotas, dear to the immortal gods.
A strange roseate light shone through the spaces among their trunks and the wind made in their branches the music of AEolian harps.
Skirting along the north coast of Sicily, passing through the group of Aeolian Isles, in sight of Stromboli and Vulcania, both active volcanoes, through the Straits of Messina, with "Scylla" on the one hand and "Charybdis" on the other, along the east coast of Sicily, and in sight of Mount Etna, along the south coast of Italy, the west and south coast of Greece, in sight of ancient Crete, up Athens Gulf, and into the Piraeus, Athens will be reached in two and a half or three days.
Time to drink in life's sunshine - time to listen to the AEolian music that the wind of God draws from the human heart-strings around us - time to -
My name is Manicamp," replied the young man, in a voice whose tones were as harmonious and sweet as the notes of an AEolian harp.
Perhaps it was that aeolian harmony which recalled to the Story Girl a legend of elder days.
Hellen had three sons, Dorus, Xuthus, and Aeolus, parents of the Dorian, Ionic and Aeolian races, and the offspring of these was then detailed.
There was never yet such a storm but it was AEolian music to a healthy and innocent ear.
It was like the voice of a soul that had once lived in an AEolian harp.
There thou shalt hear and learn the secret power Of harmony, in tones and numbers hit By voice or hand, and various-measured verse, AEolian charms and Dorian lyric odes, And his who gave them breath, but higher sung, Blind Melesigenes, thence Homer called, Whose poem Phoebus challenged for his own.
Clare sat down to the piano, and began playing a soft and melancholy movement with the AEolian accompaniment.