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Arpanetta

Arpanetta

Virginals.  Place of origin: Flanders (region), Belgium (Made).  Date: 1568 (Made).  Artist/Maker: Unknown (Made).  Materials and Techniques: Carved walnut case; painted and gilded inside of the lid; painted sprunce soundboard.

Virginals

Virginals. Place of origin: Flanders (region), Belgium (Made). Date: 1568 (Made). Artist/Maker: Unknown (Made). Materials and Techniques: Carved walnut case; painted and gilded inside of the lid; painted sprunce soundboard.

Positive organ        Place of origin:        Dresden, Germany (probably, made)      Date:        1627 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Fritzsche, Gottfried, born 1578 - died 1638 (attributed to, maker)      Defrain, Tobias (restorer)      Materials and Techniques:        Pine case, carved, painted and gilt; birch keys, slides and windchest; paper organ pipes

Positive organ

Positive organ Place of origin: Dresden, Germany (probably, made) Date: 1627 (made) Artist/Maker: Fritzsche, Gottfried, born 1578 - died 1638 (attributed to, maker) Defrain, Tobias (restorer) Materials and Techniques: Pine case, carved, painted and gilt; birch keys, slides and windchest; paper organ pipes

Bentside spinet. Place of origin: London, England (made). Date: 1758 (made). Artist/Maker: Crang, John (maker). Materials and Techniques: Burr walnut- and unfigured walnut-veneered pine case, planed spruce soundboard with gilt mouldings and painted arabesques along the edges, and carved beech bridge.

Bentside spinet

Bentside spinet. Place of origin: London, England (made). Date: 1758 (made). Artist/Maker: Crang, John (maker). Materials and Techniques: Burr walnut- and unfigured walnut-veneered pine case, planed spruce soundboard with gilt mouldings and painted arabesques along the edges, and carved beech bridge.

Positive organ. Dresden, Germany (probably, made there) 1627.

Positive organ

Positive organ. Dresden, Germany (probably, made there) 1627.

1600 Italian Octave spinet at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Octave spinets were portable keyboard instruments, widely used in private homes in Italy throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to accompany singing."

Octave spinet

1600 Italian Octave spinet at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Octave spinets were portable keyboard instruments, widely used in private homes in Italy throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to accompany singing."

Accordion 1850   #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Accordion 1850 #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Mayuri, 19th century. India. Chordophone-Lute. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889 (89.4.163) #peacock

Mayuri, 19th century. India. Chordophone-Lute. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889 (89.4.163) #peacock

18th century Portuguese Mandolin at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

18th century Portuguese Mandolin at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

G. Kaneguissert (French). Accordian, ca. 1860. Wood (palisander, softwood)…

G. Kaneguissert (French). Accordian, ca. 1860. Wood (palisander, softwood)…

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