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Front view of Museum and Townsley Courtyard.
Fountain sculpture in Townsley Courtyard.
Detail of the fountain's immigrant violinist statue, Townsley Courtyard.
The Abell Gallery decorated for the winter holidays.
Part of the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan by Ud Soepoyo, central Java, 1999, dominates the Beeded Gallery.
Bedhug (drum) from gamelan by Ud Soepoyo, Surakarta, central Java, 1999.
Hand-painted, 19th-century Persian instruments highlight an exhibit of instruments from Western Asia.
Mayuri, northern India, 19th century.
Violoncello, The King, by Andrea Amati, Cremona, after 1538.
Viola by Andrea Amati, Cremona, before 1577.
Violino piccolo by Antonio and Girolamo Amati, Cremona, 1613.
Tenor viola by Andrea Guarneri, Cremona, 1664.
Violin, The Harrison, by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, 1693.
Scroll of violin by Johann Gottlob Ficker, Neukirchen, 1810.
Violin, Saxony, ca. 1840-1860.
Detail of hardingfele by Olav Lomundal, Hoston Orkdal, Norway, 1966.
Harp, northern Italy, ca. 1550.
Harp by Jean Henri Naderman, Paris, 1797.
Lute by Thomas Edlinger, Prague, 1728 and lute, Venice or Padua, ca. 1600; modified by Thomas Edlinger, 1724.
Rose of a guitar attributed to Matteo Sellas, Venice, ca. 1640.
Mandolin, The Cutler-Challen, by Antonio Stradivari, 1680.
Guitar, The Rawlins, by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, 1700.
Mandolin by Antonio Vinaccia, Naples, 1772.
Electric upright bass guitar by Gibson, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1938.
Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth, Pennsylvania, 1941.
Guitar by Gibson, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1940.
Solidbody electric guitar by Gibson USA, Nashville, 1990.
SG Junior electric guitar by Gibson, Nashville, 1991. Autographed.
B. B. King autographs Museum's Lucille model electric guitar by Gibson USA, Nashville, 1997.
Grand piano by Manuel Antunes, Lisbon, 1767.
Miniature spinet harpsichord by Francesco Vanini, Bologna, 1672, rests on fortepiano by Davison & Redpath, London, 1789.
Grand piano by Anton Martin Thym, Vienna, ca. 1815.
Decorated keywell of grand piano by Anton Martin Thym, Vienna, ca. 1815.
House organ by Josef Loosser, Lueppfertsweil, Gemeind Cappel, St. Gall (Switzerland), 1786.
Pipe organ by Christian Dieffenbach, Bethel Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1808.
Orchestrion by J. P. Seeburg Company, Chicago, ca. 1913.
Flute by Pierre Naust, Paris, ca. 1690.
Crystal flute by Claude Laurent, Paris, ca. 1817.
Ivory cornettino, Imperial City of Nuremberg, 16th century and ivory cornetto, southern Germany, 16th century.
Shofar, Poland, 17th or 18th century.
Serpent in C by William Lander, Mere, Wiltshire, England, before 1843.
Upright serpent (Russian bassoon) by Sautermeister & Mueller, Lyon, France, ca. 1828.
Normaphon by Heber Workshop, Markneukirchen, ca. 1930.
Trumpet in B-flat by King Musical Instrument Company, Cleveland, ca. 1972.  Harry James Model.
Trumpet by Dominick Calicchio, Hollywood, 1978.  Custom-built prop for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band movie.
Glass armonica, France, ca. 1785.
Triple aeolina by C. W. Wheatstone, London, ca. 1830.
Diatonic harmonica by Carl Strauss, Germany, after 1902.
Diatonic harmonica by Andreas Koch, Trossingen, Germany, ca. 1925.
Schellenbaum (bell tree), Markneukirchen, 19th-century.
Civil War drums and over-the-shoulder instruments are featured in the Museum's Grease Gallery.
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Order #70:  Set of 51, 4 x 6 Color Postcards, includes one of each view shown above - $19.95
To order single copies, click on appropriate thumbnail - $ .50 each

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