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The lyre is an instrument used by Apollo and the legendary Thracian poet Orpheus. Its strings echo the harmony of heaven. The purity of its timbre is in sharp contrast to the hoarse timbre of flute or Eros, which symbolizes two opposites of human nature: Apollo's temperament (civilized and quiet) and Dionysus's temperament (indulgent and licentious). In Greek mythology, the contest between Apollo and Mathias is a model of the confrontation between the two temperaments.
It is said that the lyre was born in the Renaissance (14th-16th century). At that time, most of the paintings were based on religion and Greek and Roman mythology. When people looked at the God holding the lyre, they could not help but wonder how beautiful the musical instruments used by the angels could make a sound. So some people made the lyre according to the picture.

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