PORTUGAL | Joao Vieira da Silva. Mandolin, 18th century. Lisbon, Portugal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, 1985 (1985.408) #WorldCup

PORTUGAL | Joao Vieira da Silva. Mandolin, 18th century. Lisbon, Portugal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, 1985 (1985.408) #WorldCup

Qeychak / Qichak    It is one of the ancient Iranian classical instruments. The oldest sample instrument still remaining is comprised of a dual box and the surface of the lower one is covered by a hide. The produced tune is first transferred from the lower box to the upper one, from where it is broadcast through two wide openings.

Qeychak / Qichak It is one of the ancient Iranian classical instruments. The oldest sample instrument still remaining is comprised of a dual box and the surface of the lower one is covered by a hide. The produced tune is first transferred from the lower box to the upper one, from where it is broadcast through two wide openings.

A very fine, classical banjo with 11 inch, spun over, nickel silver rim with rosewood interior has 24 brackets; the cherry neck has a lightly carved heel and fancy stars and moons throughout the fingerboard. Large, mother of pearl flowerpot in peghead. This banjo is extremely clean and original with the exception of a replacement nut..

A very fine, classical banjo with 11 inch, spun over, nickel silver rim with rosewood interior has 24 brackets; the cherry neck has a lightly carved heel and fancy stars and moons throughout the fingerboard. Large, mother of pearl flowerpot in peghead. This banjo is extremely clean and original with the exception of a replacement nut..

REBEC The rebec (sometimes rebecha, rebeckha, and other spellings, pronounced /ˈriːbɛk/ or /ˈrɛbɛk/) is a bowed stringed instrument of the Renaissance era. In its most common form, it has a narrow boat-shaped body and 1-5 strings. Played on the arm or under the chin, the technique and tuning may have influenced the development of the violin.(Mt)

Franciscan Guitars and Other Fine Musical Crafts

REBEC The rebec (sometimes rebecha, rebeckha, and other spellings, pronounced /ˈriːbɛk/ or /ˈrɛbɛk/) is a bowed stringed instrument of the Renaissance era. In its most common form, it has a narrow boat-shaped body and 1-5 strings. Played on the arm or under the chin, the technique and tuning may have influenced the development of the violin.(Mt)

1830 French Russian bassoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Just to clarify: this is an instrument called a Russian bassoon, and it's made in France.

Silvertone Revolver Bass Guitar Package with Instructional DVD, Cobalt Blue

1830 French Russian bassoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Just to clarify: this is an instrument called a Russian bassoon, and it's made in France.

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