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Various strange little blown accordions - cool, huh?! - from the collection at the Music Instrument Museum (MIM), Phoenix

Various strange little blown accordions - cool, huh? - from the collection at the Music Instrument Museum (MIM), Phoenix

The ophicleide /ˈɒfɨklaɪd/ [AHF-ih-klide] is a keyed brass instrument similar to the tuba. It is a conical-bore keyed instrument belonging to the bugle family and has a similar shape to the sudrophone.

The ophicleide was invented in 1817 and patented in 1821 by French…

Cuff Bracelet in Brass Love Music - Musical Sensational Concerto Jewelry. $40.00, via Etsy.

Cuff Bracelet In Brass Love Music - Musical Sensational Concerto Jewelry

West African Instruments and Music #kora @Steelasophical

The kora is a West African harp with 21 strings and a large calabash gourd body.

Bass Clarinet

The bass clarinet is a rather difficult instrument to play, which means there are few good players out there.

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Cool Painted Violins

..folk instruments...

antique and early century home made folk art primitive instruments via lost found art

10 Musical instrument you may have never heard hurdy gurdy

these beautiful instruments are created by Hurdy Gurdy Crafters in Michigan Hurdy Gurdy Crafters All of our hurdy gurdies and parts are me.

Muzieknoot gekleurd

This may just look like a music note.but it isnt just any music note its about your inner fire. What colour suits your inner fire personality :)

Short-necked lute ("robab"), Afghanistan, 19th century (from the National Music Museum)

The larger robab is used in Afghani art music. The smaller instrument is used for the regional music of the Pashtun people. ©National Music Museum, The University of South Dakota

Crwth - The crwth (/ˈkruːθ/ or /ˈkrʊθ/), also called a crowd, is an archaic stringed musical instrument, associated particularly with Welsh music, once widely played in Europe. Four examples have survived and are to be found in St Fagans National History Museum Cardiff, the National Museum of Wales, Aberystwyth, the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Welsh Crwth - I know how the instrument sounds but I don't know how the name is pronounced.

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