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The development of the lurs during the Bronze Age.

The development of the lurs during the Bronze Age.

Ancient Pre- Columbian whistles documented in an 1896 article by Wilson, 8 samples.

Ancient Pre- Columbian whistles documented in an 1896 article by Wilson, 8 samples.

Collecté par Henrique Quirino da Fonseca (1868-1939), ca. 1930 Collection privée, acquis ca. 2000

Collecté par Henrique Quirino da Fonseca (1868-1939), ca. 1930 Collection privée, acquis ca. 2000

Crumhorns, early music instruments. The crumhorn is a musical instrument of the woodwind family, most commonly used during the Renaissance period. In modern times, there has been a revival of interest in Early Music, and crumhorns are being played again.Because of the limited range, music for crumhorns is usually played by a group of instruments of different sizes and hence at different pitches.

Crumhorns, early music instruments. The crumhorn is a musical instrument of the woodwind family, most commonly used during the Renaissance period. In modern times, there has been a revival of interest in Early Music, and crumhorns are being played again.Because of the limited range, music for crumhorns is usually played by a group of instruments of different sizes and hence at different pitches.

Mongolian Shaman's coat. Note all the bells, bells are a feature found in Siberian Shamanism also. Oriental bells are often made differently than Eurasian ones, but these bells are also seen in the Birka Iron Age Sweden site.

Mongolian Shaman's coat. Note all the bells, bells are a feature found in Siberian Shamanism also. Oriental bells are often made differently than Eurasian ones, but these bells are also seen in the Birka Iron Age Sweden site.

Unique 1930s low boy - before there were hi-hats, there were low boys and sock-cymbals!  And you thought the Ludwig Speed King pedal squeaked.

Yamaha DGX230 Electronic Keyboard

Unique 1930s low boy - before there were hi-hats, there were low boys and sock-cymbals! And you thought the Ludwig Speed King pedal squeaked.

Bass saxtuba in E-flat  Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris)  Date: 1855  Geography: Paris, France  Culture: Paris, France  Medium: brass

Bass saxtuba in E-flat Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris) Date: 1855 Geography: Paris, France Culture: Paris, France Medium: brass

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