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

Echo Cornet
  Presentation Cornet with echo attachment by Graves & Co., Boston, 1851

Eckstein, W. T., Music Collection

Educational Content and Standards for South Dakota Schools

Educational Thematic Tours

Egypt, Instruments from
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from North Africa and Western/Central Asia

Eight Auspicious Symbols (Tibet/Nepal)

Electric Guitars, Checklists
  Checklist of Electric Guitars by Gibson
  Checklist of Electric Lap Steel Guitars and Resonator Guitars by National-Dobro Corporation

Electric Guitars, Selected (in chronological order)
  Electric guitar by Vivi-Tone Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan (1934-1935)
  Electric lap-steel guitar ("Frying Pan") by Electro String Instrument Company, Los Angeles (1935-1939)
  Electric lap-steel guitar by National-Dobro Corporation, Los Angeles (ca. 1936)
  Electric lap-steel guitar by National-Dobro Corporation, Los Angeles (ca. 1936)
  Electric lap-steel guitar by National-Dobro Corporation, Chicago (ca. 1937-1938)
  Prototype electric upright bass guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo (1938)
  Electric lap-steel guitar by National-Dobro Corporation, Chicago (ca. 1939-1940)
  Electric lap-steel guitar by Fender Electric Instrument Co., Fullerton (1949-1952)
  Electric bass guitar by Epiphone, Kalamazoo (1967)
  Barbara Mandrell's electric double-neck guitar by Semie Moseley, Carson City, Nevada (1981)
  Electric bass guitar by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), Japan (1982-1984)
  Barbara Mandrell's electric lap-steel (crutch) guitar by Semie Moseley, Jonas Ridge, North Carolina (1984)
  Electric bass guitar by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), Japan (1986)
  Custom-painted electric guitar by Gibson Guitar Corp., Nashville (July 26, 1990)
  Autographed electric guitar by Gibson Guitar Corp., Nashville (October 25, 1991)
  Autographed B. B. King Lucille Model Gibson Electric Guitar, Nashville (1997)

Electric Mandocello

Electric Mandola

Electric Violin

Electronic Clavier

Electronic Harpsichord
  Electronic Harpsichord by Frank Holton & Co., Elkhorn, Wisconsin, 1937-1940
  Electronic Harpsichord by Frank Holton & Co., Elkhorn, Wisconsin, 1937-1940

Electronic Instruments

Elkhart, Indiana (see Conn Company Archive)

Embossing

Emicon

Engkuk from the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan

England, Selected Instruments from (in chronological order)
  Cittern, possibly by Petrus Raitta, England (1579)
  Spinet by Charles Haward, London (1689)
  English Guitar, Preston, London (after 1734)
  Flute by Benjamin Hallet, London (1740-1750)
  Two Flutes by Richard Potter, London (1750-1770)
  English Guitars (1750-1782)
  Flute by Thomas Cahusac, Sr., London (1785-1795)
  Two Flutes by Richard Potter, London (1785-1800)
  Flute (composite) by Richard and William Henry Potter, London (1790-1814)
  Harpsichord by Joseph Kirckman, London (1798)
  Dancing Master's Fiddle attributed to Richard Tobin, London (early 19th century)
  Kit bow by James Dodd, London (early 19th century)
  Clarinet in C by Goulding & Company, London (1800-1815)
  Flute by William Henry Potter, London (1806-1814)
  Two Flutes by Tebaldo Monzani, London (1807-1814)
  Two "Tenor" Flutes by Tebaldo Monzani, London (1808-1819)
  Two Keyed Bugles, London (1813-1849)
  Flute by Tebaldo Monzani & Co., London (1824-1833)
  Flute by Rudall & Rose, London (1824-1837)
  Flute by Henry Hill, London (1830-1832)
  Flute by Henry Hill, London (1834-1835)
  Cornopean in A-flat by Henry Courtenay, Alton, Hampshire (1843)
  Cornopean in B-flat by Thomas Key, London (1845)
  Cornopean in B-flat by Metzler & Co., London (1850)
  Pocket cornet in B-flat by Pask & Koenig, London (1850)
  Upright Grand Piano by Clementi Company, London (1815)

English Horn

Engraving

Enoksen, Russell, Free Reed Collection and Archive

Entenga (African Drum Chime)

Ergonomic Viola by David Rivinus, Parrett Mountain, Oregon (2005)

Erhu (Spike Fiddle)
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from East Asia
  Erhu, China (1950)

Esraj (India)

Estate Planning

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

Ethnographic Instruments

Euphonium, Selected
  Euphonium by V. F. Červený & Fils, Königgräts (Hrádec Kralové), Bohemia (1900)

European Instruments

Everist Gallery: "The American Music Industry"

Everist Gamelan:  The Kyai Rengga Manis Everist
  Checklist of Musical Instruments in the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan
  The Manufacture and Ceremonial History of the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan
  Arrival of the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist Gamelan In Vermillion (July 15, 2000)
  Naming Ceremony for the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist Gamelan (April 26, 2003)
  Glossary of Terms Relating to the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist Gamelan

Exhibitions
  "Beethoven & Berlioz, Paris & Vienna: Musical Treasures From the Age of Revolution & Romance 1789-1848"
  "Muzika! A Celebration of Czech and Slovak Music"
  "Jacob Stainer"
  "Ya Gotta Know the Territory: The Musical Journey of Meredith Willson"

Experimental Instruments (in chronological order)
  Violin by Chanot & Lété, Paris (1819)
  Violin by Chanot & Lété, Paris (1819)
  Violoncello by Chanot & Lété, Paris (1819-1820)
  Violin by Johann Georg Stauffer, Vienna (1826)
  Viola by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair, New Jersey (1953)
  Violin Octet by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair (1968-1985)
  Violin, epoxy-graphite, by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair (1974)
  Violin, Le Gruyère, by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair (1982)
  Experimental Keyboards

 

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