Julie Gianferrara

Mon, 01 Aug 2016 14:39:49 +0000

William Eaton - O’ele’n Strings


    Pietro Railich: Lute (2008.3) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Pictures of unusual guitars ? - The Acoustic Guitar Forum

    Baryton Germany, 19th century The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    The Baryton is a bowed string instrument which shares some characteristics with instruments of the viol family,[1] distinguished by an extra set of plucked strings. It was in regular use in Europe up until the end of the 18th century. - Baryton by Ferdinand Wilhelm Jaura, 1934 after Simon Schodler, 1782

    This Scherr-style harp-guitar is actually a rare variation by Boston maker Charles Stumcke, a contemporary of C. F. Martin, & dated 1853

    Fiddle (husla) - 18th century. Germany. MFA

    instrumentos hermanos del piano - Google Search

    Chonguri The choghur dates back to the 12th to 16th centuries; used the Caucasus, Iran and Anatolia, and in Sufi traditions.

    The Hardanger fiddle (in Norwegian, hardingfele), is often called the national instrument of Norway. The sound it produces, is described as haunting, or echo-like. The oldest known fiddle, the "Jaastad Fiddle," was made by Olav Jonsson Jaastad from Ullensvang, and may date from as early as 1651.

    Tiny violin shop inside a violin. All the little ones are playable!

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    Azerbaijan instrument Tar. Tar Azerbaijan consider the tar the "sultan of…