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Assembling The St. Louis Wind Harp

We often associate angels with harps. The St. Louis Wind Harp appeared to have its own set of wings, as a giant crane lifted it up and set it into place.

Ron and the Science Center staff worked on the final assembly.

Although it was a beautiful autumn day, we didn't get to hear it because there was no wind. But the Science Center staff assure us that it plays beautifully.



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Wind Harps Aweigh!
The wind harp comes to rest on its pedestal
Riding the wild harp
Ron checks the tuning
Ron stands beside the new wind harp
The wind harp as part of the science park exhibits



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