Roland De Leon

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:23:25 +0000

Seahorse Harp. Which is the main event here...the look or the music? Hard to tell...


    Fanciful harp on ebay

    Je sais que cela est du début du 20ème siècle, mais il semble tellement fabuleusement Steampunk. Schwartzer électrique Cithare, Sn. 1057, 1923

    Godefroi Holtzman Pedal harp about 1785

    An extraordinarily rare harp-piano by Dietz, Austria or Germany, ca. 1840. The strings are plucked as on a harp, operated through a piano keyboard.

    Alpine Zither (Arion Harp Model) by Frank Schwarzer, Washington, Missouri, 1888…

    Trompette à pistons, Adolphe Sax

    1820 Irish Dital harp by John Egan. 28 strings. Exquisite! - I cannot play but I would stare at it all day, Confira aqui as melhores lojas online de Instrumentos Musicais.

    J.F. Browne harp, fully restored by H. Bryan & Co., custom art on the soundboard.

    Handson Pepakura Kit Lets You Make Beautiful Paper Musical Instruments

    White and Gold Minerva.

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