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A Nyckelharpa. A traditional swedish instrument that literally means "keyed fiddle". Never seen one but I imagine it sounds as unique as it looks.

A Nyckelharpa. A traditional swedish instrument that literally means "keyed fiddle". Never seen one but I imagine it sounds as unique as it looks.

Dital harp. England, U.K. In this harp lute design, the instrument is held somewhat like a  guitar and the stops are worked by the player’s thumb, as distinguished  from stops worked by the feet in a full-size concert harp.(Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.) omgthatartifact: tomfury:

Dital harp. England, U.K. In this harp lute design, the instrument is held somewhat like a guitar and the stops are worked by the player’s thumb, as distinguished from stops worked by the feet in a full-size concert harp.(Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.) omgthatartifact: tomfury:

The đàn gáo ("coconut shell lute") is a bowed string instrument, a part of the traditional Vietnamese orchestra. It is similar to the đàn hồ.[1] The instrument originated from South Viet Nam, and is used in entertainment contexts. It can be played alone, as part of an orchestra, or to accompany cải lương (Vietnamese folk opera). Tập tin:Dangao.jpg

The đàn gáo ("coconut shell lute") is a bowed string instrument, a part of the traditional Vietnamese orchestra. It is similar to the đàn hồ.[1] The instrument originated from South Viet Nam, and is used in entertainment contexts. It can be played alone, as part of an orchestra, or to accompany cải lương (Vietnamese folk opera). Tập tin:Dangao.jpg

1855 German (Breslau) Conductor's baton at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1855 German (Breslau) Conductor's baton at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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