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    tambores indígenas



    Marimbas y tambores

    rose guitar - gorgeous

    Pipa, Ming dynasty (1368–1644), late 15th–early 16th century. China. Wood, ivory, bone, silk. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Chromatic Bass Horn, made of Copper and Brass, resembles a metal bassoon body with trombone mouthpiece


    Kagura Suzu Date: late 19th century Geography: Japan Dimensions: L.12 in. Classification: Idiophone-Shaken

    a musical instrument

    Sarangi (1900) ~ A beautiful full sound and a close proximity to the melodic flexibility of the human voice make the sarangi the most important bowed instrument of classical Hindustani music of northern India and Pakistan. A rigid horsehair bow (not shown) rhythmically sounds the gut melody strings that cross over an ivory elephant-shaped bridge (bara ghurac).

    North African rabab, 19th century

    Clavicytheria, or upright harpsichords, were made as early as the 15th century, but tall examples such as this date from the late Baroque era

    Beautiful instrument

    Thumb Piano (Mbira) | 19th–20th century | Angola, Chokwe peoples | Wood, iron, wire

    Furi Tsuzumi Date: 19th century Geography: Japan Medium: Wood Dimensions: Height: 35.6 cm (14 in.); Diam. of Cylinders: 2 1/2 in. and 3 1/4 in. Classification: Membranophone-double-headed / cylindrical drum

    The Qin (Zither) The qin is the classical instrument of China. Its origin is obscure. The present form, with seven unfretted strings, probably emerged only in the late Han period (1st century A.D.), although, according to legend, it is supposed to have been played in the time of Confucius (6th century B.C.) or even earlier.

    painted clarinet.

    Brussels- Musical Instruments Museum Appears to be a combination harp/piano, or a way of opening it up to get the string tones out more?

    washboard player