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Alphabetical Index to the
National Music Museum Website (Except Makers)

Including Links To Instruments Currently Featured on This Website.
This Index Does Not Include Thousands of Other Instruments Not Yet Posted.

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D'Angelico/D'Aquisto/Gudelsky Workshop

Dad Parker and his Country Orchestra (1920-1935)

Damaru (Skull Drum), Tibet (mid-19th century)

Dance Rattles of Indigenous Peoples of North America

Dancing Master's Fiddles, Annotated Checklists of and including

Dancing Master's Fiddles, Selected
  Pochette attributed to Bohemia (ca. 1600-1650)
  Pochette, France (ca. 1650-1675)
  Pochette (ivory and tortoise-shell), France (ca. 1650-1675)
  Pochette possibly by Jacque Regnau[l]t, Paris (ca. 1650-1675)
  Pochette labelled Joachim Tielke, Hamburg, 1671, possibly made for Tielke by Jacque Regnau[l]t, Paris (1671)
  Pochette by Mathias Wörle, Augsburg (1691)
  Kit by Thomas Perry, Dublin (1785-1815)
  Kit attributed to Richard Tobin, London (1800-1815)

Dbang Dung (Brass Horn), Tibet (19th century)

Deansboro Musical Museum Archive

Description of the Museum

Deferred Giving

Dhyāngro (Frame Drum), Nepal (early 20th century)

Digital Image Order Form

Digital Image Reproduction Form

Digital Images, Fees

Digital Images, Instructions for Ordering

Digital Images, Permission to Reproduce

Directions to the Museum

Directory of Musical Instrument Makers Featured on this Website

Disc-valve Trumpet and Cornopeans, Checklist

Disc Valves

Dizi (Transverse Flute), China (1980-1990)

Dobatsu (Cymbals), Japan (1853)

Dobro Resonator Guitar

Dombak (Goblet Drum), Iran (ca. 1925)

Donate An Instrument

Donations, Cash

Donations, Non-Cash

Donnu (Arched Harp), Belgian Congo (ca. 1910-1920)

Double Chromatic Harp

Double-Reed Woodwinds, Non-Western (in chronological order)

  Double-reed Woodwind (Algaita), Nigeria (1925)
  Double-reed Woodwind (Sorna), Iran (1950)

Double-Neck Electric Guitar

Double-Piston Valves

Downstriking Piano Action

Dresden Rim

Dril bu (Hand Bell), Tibet (20th century)

Drum Beaters (Indigenous Peoples of North America)

Drum Chime (Africa)

Drums, Bass, Checklists of and including

Drums, Bass, Selected (in chronological order)
  Long drum, Britain (1714-1727)
  Bass Drum, USA (1888)

Drums, Ceremony (Indigenous Peoples of North America)

Drums, Checklists of and including. See also:
  Percussion Collection Bibliography
  Tom Ptak Collection and Archives

Drums, Chinese Toms, Checklists including
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from East Asia

Drums, Selected (in chronological order)
  Swiss Side Drum (1750)
  Snare Drum by Moseley W. Stevens, Pittsfield, Massachusetts (1844)
  French Side Drum (1850-1900)
  Belgian Side Drum (1850-1900)
  Side Drum by W. S. Tompkins, Yonkers, New York (1860)
  Three Civil War Era Drums
  Civil War Drums and Brass Instruments
  Snare Drum by Lyon & Healy, Chicago (1893)
  Snare Drum by J. B. Treat for Thompson and Odell, Boston (1905)
  Side Drum by Lyon & Healy, Chicago (1906-1930)
  Parade Drum by Ludwig & Ludwig, Chicago (1917)
  Snare Drum by Ludwig & Ludwig, Chicago (1920)
  Snare Drum by Ludwig & Ludwig, "Black Beauty" Model, Chicago (1920-1925)
  Side Drum by Wilson Brothers, Chicago (1925)
  Parade Drum by WFL Drum Company (1940)
  Parade Drum by WFL Drum Company (1942)
  Parade Drum by WFL Drum Company (1942)
  Parade Drum by Ludwig & Ludwig, Elkhart (1943)
  Snare Drum by Ludwig & Ludwig, "Pioneer Model," Elkhart (1946)

Drums, Frame, Non-Western, Selected (in chronological ordfer)
  Frame Drum (Duff), Syria (19th century)
  Frame Drum (Duff), Egypt (1880-1900)
  Frame Drum (Dhyāngro), Nepal (early 20th century)

Drums, Non-Western, Selected (in chronological order)
  Frame Drum (Duff), Egypt (1880-1900)
  Drum, Sarawak, Malaysia (Late 19th-Early 20th Century)
  Frame Drum (Duff), Syria (19th century)
  Vertical Slit Drum (Nanaru a Ting Ting), Ambryn Island, Vanuatu (1900-1915)
  Drum, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea, Mid/Late 19th century
  Drum (Kundu), Wossera Region, Sepi, Papua New Guinea, Late 19th Century
  Frame Drum (Dhyāngro), Nepal (early 20th century)
  Two African drums from Set of Tuned Drums or Drum Chime (Entenga), Uganda (1910)
  Goblet Drum (zarb or dombak), Iran (Persia) (1925)

Drums, Papua New Guinea, Checklist including
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Oceania

Drums, Slit, Checklists including
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From East Asia
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Oceania

Drums, Slit, Selected (in chronological order)
  Nangangzi, southern China (ca. 1850)
  Nanaru a ting ting (vertical slit drum), Ambryn Island, Vanuatu (ca. 1900-1915)
  Kenthogan by Ud Soepoyo, Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia (1999)

Drums, Snare, Checklists of and including

Dudley, Marjorie Eastwood, (South Dakota Composer) Archive

Dulcimers, Appalachian, Checklist of

Dulcimers, Hammered, selected (in chronological order)
  Hammered Dulcimer (Yangqin) by De Shang Co., Canton City, China (early 20th century)
  Dulcimer, Hammered, (Santur) by Sarkhosh, Tehran, Iran (1969)

 

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