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- A Loud, Low Cost Cornemuse You Can Build from CPVC - Build a cornemuse in 1.5 hours, from an archived discussion from the Musical Instrument Makers Forum.
- America's Shrine to Music Museum - Founded as an academic support unit of The University of South Dakota, this collection includes more than 10,000 American, European, and non-Western instruments from virtually all cultures and historical periods.
- Ancestral Instruments by David Marshall - Maker of a range of early instruments, including bagpipes, reedpipes, hornpipes, bag hornpipes, small shawms, mediaeval fiddles, rebec, tromba marina and citole.
- Ancient Lithuanian Kanklës - History, acoustics, and playing technique of a stringed folk instrument similar to a hammered dulcimer.
- Bate Collection of Musical Instruments - An extensive and systematic collection of European orchestral woodwind instruments donated to the University of Oxford by Philip Bate.
- Beunk & Wennink - Early pianos restored, sold, rented.
- Contrabass Compendium - A list of bass and contrabass instruments, past and present.
- Culturekiosque Klassiknet: Baroque Instruments - A dictionary to provide the music lover with a reasonable amount of information about period instruments.
- David Jarratt-Knock - Personal and instrument information about this renaissance cornetto performer.
- Diabolus in Musica Guide to Early Instruments - Information on as many early instruments as possible.
- Dulcians - A description of the Dulcian or Curtal, which is the renaissance predecessor of the bassoon.
- Early Music Ensembles and Brass/Percussion - Promoting the use of brass, timpani and other percussion in early music.
- Early Music Files and Images Collected by Charlie Jackson - Sound files and images of instruments from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.
- Early Music Vincent Ho - Early music and instruments, sound files of harpsichords and clavichords, and a table with pictures of the author's early music instruments collection, from medieval psalteries to renaissance recorders.
- Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments - Photos of the universities' extensive collection of instruments.
- G. Finkenbeiner Inc. Scientific Glassblowers and Glass Harmonicas - In addition to a reputation for producing top quality work in the field of Scientific Glassblowing, they also manufacture Glass Harmonicas.
- Gospel Music Renaissance - Online beginner's instruction in early instruments, including panpipes, bandurria, mandolin, and 6-hole keyless flute.
- Historic Double Reed Instruments - Describes shawms, curtals, oboes, and bassoons made by Robert H. Cronin.
- Historic Percussion - Resources and links.
- Instruments to Play Medieval Music - Pictures of medieval instruments with illustrations from medieval art. Includes audio clips, bibliography and discography in French.
- Jeremy West Cornett - Information on the 17th century cornetto, performance with His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, manufacture of cornetti and other instruments by Christopher Monk Instruments, and instruction at the Royal College of Music in London.
- John's Music Things - Description of medieval singing techniques and the musical instruments he plays.
- Lars' Baroque Flute Corner - Information on the Baroque flute, including instrument care and fingering charts.
- Links to History of Musical Instruments - Includes links to museums and collections, historical guides, historical sources and facsimiles, societies, individual instruments, and world instruments.
- Lute-Harpsichord: A Forgotten Instrument - Bach sought, and had custom-built, a harpsichord which sounded like a lute. Detailed description of history and construction.
- Mary Rasmussen's Horn and Lute Iconography - Iconography of the horn, lute, pipe and tabor, and tambourine in Western-European Art.
- Medieval and Renaissance Instruments - Musica Antiqua's illustrated guide: pictures, descriptions, and history.
- Musical Instruments Described - Descriptions and pictures of early (i.e. pre-Baroque), non-Western, or obscure musical instruments.
- Natural Trumpet Resource Page - Resources for those interested in the natural trumpet
- Neanderthal Flute - Musicological analysis by Bob Fink of the oldest musical instrument, including it significance to the origin of music.
- Organ of the Middle Ages - History of the organ in western Europe after the fall of Rome.
- Pifarri Page - Wind instrument ensembles in Italy from 1450 to 1620 by Brenda Johnstone.
- Rare Lesser-Spotted Double Reeds - Information about the crumhorn, curtal, nyckelharpa, ophicleide, and heckelphone.
- Rebec Page - Origin and history of the rebec, construction, playing, tuning, bibliography, and many illustrations.
- Renaissance Cittern Page - Information on its history, articles, art, music, recordings, players, composers, and builders.
- Renaissance Consort - Demonstration of a consort of renaissance instruments by Yasuhiko Higaki.
- Renaissance Workshop Company Ltd. - An early music workshop making medieval (mediaeval), renaissance and baroque musical instruments for historical performance.
- Serpent Website - Provides basic information for the interested lay person on all aspects of the instrument, from its early history through the present day.
- Stefano Meneghini's Early Music Page - Information about the harpsichord, virginal and clavichord, audio files, related links and early music iconography.
- Tapia's Gold - Instruments of the Renaissance - Descriptions of instruments used for dance music during the renaissance, illustrated with period drawings.
- The Guitar Pre-1650 - A small history of the guitar and its predecessors by W. J. (Joe) Bethancourt III .
- The Saxon Lyre - History, construction, and playing techniques.
- Thomas Block Glass Harmonica - A soloist who specializes in this rare instrument, manufactured by Gerhard Finkenbeiner.
- Troubadours & Instruments - A paper titled "Peirol's Vielle, instrumental participation in the troubadour repertory" by Joel Cohen.
- Unlocking the Secrets of the Kinnor and the bar Kochba Coins - Research by Dennis F. McCorkle about the tuning of the harp lyre kinnor of King David as seen on the bar Kochba coins from ancient Israel, and other sources.
- Wind Instruments of the Renaissance - Information on wind instruments of the Renaissance.
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