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Flautín (Piccolo)

Flautín (Piccolo)

Courting Flute, ca. 1850–1900  Sioux, Great Plains. Red pipestone (catlinite), lead, Native-tanned leather    L. 19 3/4 in. (50.2 cm), Diam. 1 1/2 in. (3.3 cm)  The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889 (89.4.3371)

Courting Flute, ca. Sioux, Great Plains Red pipestone (catlinite), lead, Native-tanned leather ~The Metropolitan Museum of Art - North American Instruments gallery

Orgelpositiv (Positiv Organ) in the Museum of Musical Instruments of the University of Leipzig

Orgelpositiv (Positiv Organ), Museum of Musical Instruments of the University of Leipzig

End-Blow Flute | Most likely from Sudan | 19th century | Wood, tin, animal skin, seed beads

This End-Blow Flute made our of century wood is said to be from South Sudan. The study of these unique instruments fall into the subjects of both musicology and ethnomusicology.

Double flageolet. Circa 1826 - c 1830. MIMO - Musical Instrument Museums Online

Circa 1826 - c MIMO - Musical Instrument Museums Online

The contrabassflute was designed to perform as a solo instrument as well as a bass instrument in choirs.

The contrabassflute was designed to perform as a solo instrument as well as a bass instrument in choirs. Il flauto contrabbasso - strumento solista o strumento di basso in coro

Alto Recorder in F  I. B. Gahn   Date:    ca. 1700  Geography:    Nürnberg, Germany  Culture:    Nuremberg, Germany

Alto Recorder in F, by Johann Benedikt Gahn, Nuremberg, Germany, Ivory

Jacob Anthony: Oboe (1997.272) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Maker: Jacob Anthony (American, born Germany, Philadelphia) (probably Sr.

Alto Flute in G - front view - (Burghley, 1845) Do you realize how much air it would take to play this? After one song you'd pass out.

Alto Flute in G - front view - (Burghley, Do you realize how much air it would take to play this?

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