posted by Sid.V

the harpsichord creates what type of sound
a. plastic
b. deep
c. light***
d. metallic

  1. Steve

    I guess you have picked the best answer

    Unlike a piano, whose strings are hit with hammers, and whose volume can vary (piano-forte),

    a harpsichord's strings are plucked (like a harp's) and always play at the same volume.

    Listen to some recordings and it's easy to tell one from the other.

  2. Marisela

    What is it please help me please if not i get something really bad and it hurts :(

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