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Cabaca (Beaded Gourd Rattle), Cameroon (ca. 1950)

CD'S for Sale

Calendar of Events

Canning Banjo Collection and Archive

Cameroon, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Sub-Saharan Africa on Display in the NMM's Beede Gallery

Camping in Vermillion Area

Carbon Fiber for Stringed Instruments

Carey, Elmer Lyle, Archive

Carter, Joe

  Guitar by Tony W. Vines, Nashville (2000).

Carter, June

  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo (1967). Hummingbird model.

Cash, Johnny

  Banjo by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo (January 2, 1980). Gift from Earl Scruggs to Johnny Cash.
  Guitar, The Bon Aqua, by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth, Pennsylvania (1997)

Cash, June Carter

  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo (1967). Hummingbird model.

Cash, Raymond H., Collection and Archive

Center for Musical Antiquities Archive

Catalog of Museum and University Library Holdings (Online)

Catalogs for Sale

Celempung from the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan

Cellos, Checklists of and including

Cellos, Selected

  Violoncello, The King, by Andrea Amati, Cremona (after 1538)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Antonio Stradivari Workshop, Cremona (1730). Converted into a violoncello (1831)
  Violoncello by Chanot & Lété, Paris (1818-1820)
  Violoncello by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, Michigan (March 1942)
  Violoncello, Barrel, by Palmer Roe, Canton, South Dakota (1955)
  Violoncello, by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Owatonna, Minnesota (1977-1978)

Central Africa, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Sub-Saharan Africa on Display in the NMM's Beede Gallery

Central Asia, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From North Africa and Western/Central Asia on Display in the NMM's Beede Gallery

Century of Progress Guitar and Mandolin Models

  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, 1936. Century Model HG-C.
  Mandolin by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, 1937. Century model A-C.
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, 1938. Century Model L-C.

Ceremony Drums by Indigenous Peoples of North America

Checklists of Museum's Collections

Chickasaw Nation (Kentucky), Musical Instruments of

China, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From East Asia on Display at the NMM
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from North Africa and Western/Central Asia

Christensen, James, Alfred Stelzner Research Collection

Christian, Paul and Jean, Musical Instrument Collection and Archive

CIMCIM Conference at the NMM

  35th Annual Meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society held in collaboration with The Galpin Society and the International Committee of Musical Instrument Museums and Collections (CIMCIM) of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), held at NMM, May 19-23, 2006

Citterns, Checklists of and including

Citterns, Selected

  Cittern, attributed to Urbino (1550)
  Cittern, possibly by Petrus Rautta, England (1579)

Civil War

  Avery Brown (1852-1904), America's Youngest Civil War Soldier
  Bucktails Regiment Bass Drum (1888)
  Civil War Drums and Brass Instruments
  Civil War Exhibit
  Custer's Last Band
  Three Civil War Era Drums
  Checklist of Over-the-Shoulder Cornets
  The Felix Villiet Vinatieri Archive
  Vinatieri Research Project
  Violin Played by Civil War Soldier

Clarinets, Checklists of and including

Clarinets, Selected (in chronological order)

  Clarinet in A by Augustin Grenser, Dresden (1785)
  Clarinet in C by Moussetter, Paris (1785)
  Clarinet in C by Goulding and Company, London (1800-1815)
  Clarinet in C by Bouchman, Annonay, France (1825)
  Clarinet in C by Wolfgang Küss, Vienna (1827-1830)
  Clarinet in C by Graves & Alexander, Winchester, New Hampshire (1827-1833)
  Clarinet in C by Graves & Co., Winchester (1830)
  Clarinet in C by Graves & Co.,  Winchester (1830-1850)
  Clarinet in E-flat by Graves & Co.,  Winchester (1833-1845)
  Clarinet in E-flat by Graves & Co.,  Winchester (1835)
  Clarinet in B-flat by Martin frères, Paris (1840)
  Clarinet in C by Georg Ottensteiner, Munich (1860-1879)
  Clarinet in B-flat by Georg Ottensteiner, Munich (1860-1879)
  Clarinet in A by Georg Ottensteiner, Munich (1860-1879)
  Clarinet (double-wall) in E-flat by C. G. Conn, Elkhart, Indiana (ca. 1887-1889)
  Clarinet in B-flat by Edmond Chedeville, Paris (1925)
  Clarinet in B-flat by Henri Selmer, Paris (1953), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat (1955), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat by Thibouville Frerés, Paris (1960), McIntyre System
  Clarinet in A by Henri Selmer, Paris (1961), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat by H. & A. Selmer (Bundy division), Elkhart (after 1961), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat by H. & A. Selmer (Bundy division), Elkhart (after 1961), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat by Henri Selmer, Paris (1963/1967), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat by Henri Selmer, Paris (1963/1967), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in C by Henri Selmer, Paris (1967), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in B-flat by Buffet-Crampon and Cie., Paris (1970), Mazzeo System
  Clarinet in A by Buffet-Crampon and Cie., Paris (1970), Mazzeo System

Clavichords, Checklist of

Clavier, Electronic

Clinton, President William Jefferson

  Saxophone Presented to Museum by President Clinton

Colton, Dean W. R., Archive and Music Collection

Shawn Colvin Guitar

Compact Discs for Sale

Conch Shell Trumpets, Selected

  Conch Shell Trumpet (Rag Gshog-ma), Tibet (20th century)

Conferences


  Four Centuries of Great Keyboard Instruments:  What They Tell Us, held at NMM, May 16-19, 2003
  Celebrating the 500th Birthday of Andrea Amati: The Secrets, Lives, and Violins of the Great Cremona Makers 1505-1744, held at NMM, July 1-4, 2005
  Great American Guitars, held at NMM, October 14-15, 2005
  35th Annual Meeting of the American Musical Instrument Society held in collaboration with The Galpin Society and the International Committee of Musical Instrument Museums and Collections (CIMCIM) of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), held at NMM, May 19-23, 2006

Congo, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Sub-Saharan Africa on Display in the NMM's Beede Gallery

Contrabassoon by Franz Hell, Brünn, Moravia (1830)

Contrabassophon by William G. Schultze, New York (1885)

Concerts

Concert Hall

Conn Company Archive

Conn Company History

Conn Company Research Department

Conn Company Serial Numbers (link)

Contact Information

Cors Anglais

Cornets, Checklists of and including

Cornets, Selected (in chronological order)

  Pocket Cornet in B-flat by Pask & Koenig, London (1850)
  Presentation Cornet in E-flat by Graves & Co., Boston, with echo attachment (1851)
  Cornet (jeweled) by C. G. Conn, Elkhart, Indiana (1883)

Cornetti, Checklists of and including

Cornetti, Selected

  Two Ivory Cornetti Made in Southern Germany (1600)
  Tenor Cornetto, Germany (1650)
  Two 16th-18th-Century Wooden Cornetti

Cornopeans, Checklists of and including

Cornopeans, Selected (in chronological order)

  Cornopean in B-flat by Thomas Key, London (1845)
  Cornopean in B-flat by Metzler & Co., London (1850)
  Cornopean in B-flat by Marcel Auguste Raoux, Paris (1850)
  Cornopean in C by Denis Antoine Courtois, Paris (1850)
  Cornopean in B-flat, France (1850)
  Cornopean in B-flat by Jean-Louis Antoine Halari, Paris (1850)
  Cornopean in A by Harteman, Paris (1850)
  Cornopean in B-flat, probably France (1860)
  Cornopean in C attributed to Gautrot aîné, Paris (1870)
  Cornopean in A, France (1880)

Corps de rechange

Courting Flutes by Indigenous Peoples of North America

Courtyard

  Fountain
  Statue of Immigrant Violinist

Crane, Frederick B. Instrument Collection

Cremona, Checklists of Instruments from and including

  Checklist of Bowed and Plucked Stringed Instruments Made in Cremona, Italy
  Checklist of Bowed Stringed Instruments by Andrea Amati

Cremona ConferenceCelebrating the 500th Birthday of Andrea Amati: The Secrets, Lives, and Violins of the Great Cremona Makers 1505-1744, held at NMM, July 1-4, 2005

Cremona Conference Photographic Memories

Cross, James A., Civil War soldier and violinist

Crutch-shaped Lap Steel Guitar Made for Barbara Mandrell

Crystal Flute by Claude Laurent, Paris (1817)

CT Scanning of Musical Instruments

Custer's Bandmaster: Felix Vinatieri

Cutler-Challen Mandolin by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1680)

Cutler Gallery: "Musical Innovations of the Industrial Revolution" and "European Folk Instruments"

Cymbals, Checklists of and including

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from East Asia
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments in the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist Gamelan
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from Oceania
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from Tibet and Nepal

Cymbals, Selected

  Cymbals (Rol Mo), Tibet (1700)
  Cymbals (Dobatsu), Japan (1853)
  Cymbals, Finger (Ting Shags), Tibet (20th century)

Czechoslovakia, Music and Selected Instruments from (in chronological order)

  Lute, Padua or Venice (1600), modified by Thomas Edlinger, Prague (1724)
  Lute by Thomas Edlinger, Prague (1728)
  Dudy (Bock Bagpipe), Bohemia (1750)
  Clarinet in high G by Franz Czermak, Prague (1810)
  Natural Trumpet by Franz Stöhr, Prague (1825)
  Keyed Trumpet by Eduard Johann Bauer, Prague (late 1830s)
  Matt Petrik Bohemian Dance Band Archive
  The Tom Ptak Collection and Archive

 

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