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Extinct Indian Musical Instrument - Nagfani (serpentine horn)

Extinct Indian Musical Instruments - Nagfani (serpentine horn) Nagfani is made of brass tube with a serpent stylized head.

The Vietnamese monochord Dan Bao is a amazing instrument based on the flageolet.

The Vietnamese monochord Dan Bao is a amazing instrument based on the flageolet

Surbahar, sitar, unusual odd unique strange experimental weird musical instruments

Surbahar (half size) A traditional Surbahar is essentially a bass sitar. It is substantially larger and is tuned anywhere from four steps to an octave lower than a regular sitar.

Risultati immagini per sape musical instrument

Risultati immagini per sape musical instrument

Harpe, Zande, République Démocratique du Congo | lot | Sotheby's

Harpe, Zande, République Démocratique du Congo | lot | Sotheby's

Kamanche is a Persian term that was first used in the 10th century to describe an instrument which is sounded with a bow. From there bowed instruments spread to Byzantium and Central Asia and the Far East, and then to Europe

Kamanche Date: ca. 1869 Geography: Iran (Persia) Medium: Wood, metal, etc. of body 9 in.) Classification: Chordophone-Lute Credit Line: The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

The Wheelharp is a groundbreaking keyboard musical instrument that gives the player the ability to orchestrate a full chromatic scale of 61 actual bowed strings at ones own fingertips, almost like having a real chamber string orchestra at hand.

Wheelharp, Musical Instrument Mimics the Sound of a String Orchestra By EDW Lynch on May The Wheelharp is a musical instrument that lets a musician replicate the sound of chamber string orchestra using a simple piano-style keyboard.

Australian Tarhu - Museum of Musical Instruments (by DoBSoN 77, via Flickr)

Musical instrument invented by Australian musician and craftsman Peter Buffon . Eastern Western styles - similar to Turkish tambur .

fiddledeedee................

(Does anyone know this instrument?) No, but it looks like a few instruments combined into one-- a violin/cello, dulcimer and African instrument at the bottom?

Courting Flute, ca. 1850–1900  Sioux, Great Plains. Red pipestone (catlinite), lead, Native-tanned leather    L. 19 3/4 in. (50.2 cm), Diam. 1 1/2 in. (3.3 cm)  The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889 (89.4.3371)

Courting Flute, ca. Sioux, Great Plains Red pipestone (catlinite), lead, Native-tanned leather ~The Metropolitan Museum of Art - North American Instruments gallery

Rabab Date: late 19th century Geography: Algeria or Morocco Medium: Wood, parchment, metal Dimensions: L. 74.9 cm (29-1/2 in.), L. of bow 34.3 cm (13-1/2 in.)

Rabab Date: late century Geography: Algeria or Morocco Medium: Wood, parchment, metal Dimensions: L.

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