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Gaeng (Mouth Organ), Laos or Northern Thailand (20th Century)

Galleries
  Abell: "European Keyboard Instruments from the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries"
  Beede: "Musical Instruments from the Great Civilizations of Africa, Asia, and the Pacific Islands"
  Cutler: "Musical Innovations of the Industrial Revolution" and "European Folk Instruments"
  Everist: "The American Music Industry"
  Graese: "The American Civil War, Golden Age of Bands 1865-1915, a Violin Maker's Workshop, and Banjo & Mandolin Clubs"
  Lewison: "Nineteenth-century American Reed Organs, Pianos, and a Grand Harmonicon"
  Lillibridge: "Great American Guitars"
  Pressler: "Musical Treasures from the Age of Louis XIV"
  Rawlins: "The Genius of North Italian Stringed Instrument Making 1540-1793"
  Other Displays

Galpin Society 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

Gambang from the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan

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
  CD recording, Sayuk: Together in Harmony, featuring the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist Gamelan

Gasparo da Salo Model Violins

Gault, Willis, Luthiery Archive

Gekkin (Short-Necked Lute), Japan (1850)

Gender Barung from the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan

Gender Panerus from the Kyai Rengga Manis Everist gamelan

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

German, George B., Music Collection

Germany, Selected Instruments from (in chronological order)
  Ivory Cornetti, Germany (1600)
  Chest Organ by Johannes Jacob Hannss, northern Germany (1620)
  Tenor Cornetto, Germany (1650)
  Trombone by Michael Nagel, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1656)
  Natural Trumpet by Paul Hainlein, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1666)
  Miniature Natural Horn by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1681)
  Natural Horn by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1684)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1690-1710)
  Coiled Trumpet by Georg Fredrich Steinmez, Imperial City of Nürnberg (before 1694)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1700)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1700)
  Bass Recorder in F by Johann Christoph Denner, Imperial City of Nurnberg (1700)
  Trombone by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1701)
  Natural Trumpets (2) by Johann Leonhard Ehe II, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1710)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1710-1720)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1710-1720)
  Natural Trumpet by Wolf Magnus Ehe I, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1714-1722)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1716-1723)
  Flute by Johann Wilhelm Oberlender I, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1720)
  Oboe d'amore by Johann Wolfgang Koenigsberger, Roding, Oberpfalz, Bavaria (1730)
  Trombone by Johann Paul Franck, Hildburghausen, Thuringia (1744)
  Flute by Georg Henrich Scherer, Butzbach, Hesse (1750)
  Natural Trumpet by Cornelius Steinmetz, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1750)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Leonhard Ehe III, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1750)
  Signal Hunting Horn by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1754-1759)
  Bassoon by Augustin Grenser I, Dresden (1755)
  Alto Trombone by Johann Christoph Fiebig, Berngrund (1771)
  Violin by Friedrich Wilhelm Meisel, Quittenbach, Saxony (1772)
  Clarinet in A by Augustin Grenser, Dresden (1785)
  Natural Trumpet by Christian Wittmann, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1795)
  Bassoon by Heinrich Grenser, Dresden (1796-1806)
  Flute by J. Heinrich Grenser, Dresden (1796-1806)
  Harp-shaped Piano by Gottifried Maucher, Konstanz (1797)
  Natural Trumpets by Michael Saurle, Munich (1806)
  Violin by Johann Gottlob Ficker, Neukirchen, Saxony (1810)
  Flute by Gottfried Martin, Potsdam, Prussia (1822)
  Violin by Carl Christian Meisel, Klingenthal (1823)
  Lyraflugel by Johann Christian Schleip, Berlin (1825)
  Violin Bow attributed to Christian Wilhelm Knopf, Markneukirchen (1828-1837)
  Trumpet in B-flat by Andreas Barth, Munich (1837)
  Trumpet in G, Austria or Germany (1840)
  Trumpet in G by Dominicus Leicher, Augsburg (1840)
  Keyed Bugle, Vogtland (1840-1850)
  Violin, Saxony (1840-1860), played by Civil War Soldier
  Physharmonika by Ph. I. Trayser & Co., Stuttgart (1847)
  Flugelhorn in C, probably Saxony (1850)
  Trumpet in C by Alois Gentner, Dillingen, Bavaria (1860)
  Violin, Gasparo da Salo Model, Germany (1880-1900)
  Violin, Stainer Model, Germany (1880-1900)
  Violin labelled Petroni, Germany (1880-1910)
  Three Child's Violins, Germany (1880-1910)
  Violin, Stradivari Model, Germany (1880-1910)
  Cornet in High B-flat by Ferdinand Julius Hermann Altrichter, Frankfurt an der Oder, Prussia (1885)
  Violin by Carl Louis Meisel, Klingenthal (1886)
  Violin by Friedrich August Meisel, Klingenthal (1887)
  Violin attributed to Louis Löwenthal, Berlin (1890-1898)
  Violin, probably Markneukirchen (1890-1910)
  Violins, Mute (19th century)
  Strohviol, Germany (early 20th century)
  Violin by Karl Oswald Meisel, Klingenthal (1927)
  Violin by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Klingenthal (1947)
  Normaphon, Heber Workshop, Markneukirchen (1930)

Ghunghroo (India)

Gift Shop

Glass Instruments, Selected
  Glass Armonica, France (1785)
  Glass Flute by Claude Laurent, Paris (1817)
  Grand Harmonicon (musical glasses) by Francis Hopkinson Smith, Baltimore (1825)

Glaw•ng ae• (Goblet Drum), Northern Thailand (Late 19th Century)

Golden Age of Bands Music Collection (1860-1920)

Golden Strings Orchestra and Recordings Library

Gongs, 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

Gongs, Selected (in chronological order)
  Gong, Siam (Thailand) or Burma (Myanmar) (1630-1680)
  Gong by Chinese craftsman, Brunei (late 18th/early 19th century)
  Bowl Gong (Kin), Japan (1870)
  Gong Ageng, Java (1999)
  Gong Siyem, Java (1999)
  Gong Suwukan (Laras Slendro), Java (1999)
  Gong Suwukan (Laras Slendro and Laras Pelog), Java (1999)
  Kempul (Laras Slendro), Java (1999)
  Kempul (Laras Pelog), Java (1999)

Graduate Study

Graese Gallery: "The American Civil War, Golden Age of Bands 1865-1915, a Violin Maker's Workshop, and Banjo & Mandolin Clubs"

Grand Harmonicon (Musical Glasses) by Francis Hopkinson Smith, Baltimore (ca. 1825)

Great American Guitars Conference held at NMM, October 14-15, 2005

Great American Guitars Exhibit

Greek Instruments, Selected
  Bouzouki by Anastasios Stathopoulo, New York (1911)

Le Gruyère Violin by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair, New Jersey (1982)

Guan (double-reed instrument), Northern China (1950)

Guarneri Model Violins

Gudelsky/D'Angelico/D'Aquisto Workshop

Guidelines for Accessing Museum's Collection
  Access and Fees for Use of Museum's Collections
  Access to Musical Instruments
  Access to NMM Library
  Access to Sally Fantle Archival Research Center

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

Guitars, Great American Guitars Exhibition

Guitars, Checklists of and including

Guitars (acoustic), Selected (in chronological order)
  Guitar attributed to Matteo Sellas, Venice (1640)
  Guitar by Domenico Sellas, Venice (1670)
  Guitar by Alexander Voboam, Paris (1670)
  Guitar, The Rawlins by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1700)
  English Guitar by Preston, London (after 1734)
  Guitar by Antoine Aubry, Mirecourt, France  (1779)
  Lyre-guitar by Francois Roudhloff, Paris (1810)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth, Pennsylvania (1850)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth, Pennsylvania (1890)
  Guitar by Orville Gibson, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Style O3 (1902)
  Guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Manufacturing Company, Kalamazoo. Style O, Grand Concert Size (1907)
  Guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Manufacturing Company, Kalamazoo. Style L-1, Concert Size (1907)
  Guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo. Style O, Artist (1915)
  Harp-guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo. Style U (1915)
 

Harp-guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo. Style U (1916)

 

Guitar attributed to John D'angelico for Raphael Ciani, New York (1923)

  Guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo. Style L-3, Concert Size (1924)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Style LO (1928)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Nick Lucas Special (ca. 1934-1936)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth. Model 000-18 (1935)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Style L-30 (1935-1937)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Super 400 model (1936)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Century model HG-C (1936)
  Resonator Guitar by National-Dobro Corporation, Chicago. Duolian model (1936)
  Plectrum Guitar by John D'Angelico, New York (1937)
  Guitar by John D'Angelico, New York (1937)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Model L5 (1937)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Century model L-C (1938)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Jumbo 55 model (1939)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Ray Whitley Custom "party guitar"(1940)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (1940)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (1941)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Jumbo 55 model (1941)
  Hawaiian guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Roy Smeck Stage Deluxe model (1942)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Southerner Jumbo (SJ) model (1944)
  Guitar by Elmer Stromberg, Boston (1946)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (1947)
  Guitar by John D'Angelico, New York (1947)
  Guitar by John D'Angelico, New York (1947)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. J-185 model (1953)
  Guitar by French American Reeds Manufacturing Company (Mario Maccaferri), New York (1953-1964)
  Guitar by French American Reeds Manufacturing Company (Mario Maccaferri), New York (1953-1964)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Style L-48 (1957)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Dove model (1964)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Style B-25 (1967)
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo. Hummingbird model (1967)
  Guitar by Grammer Guitar Company, Nashville (1969)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (1969)
  Guitar by Grammer Guitar Company, Nashville (1971)
  Guitar, The Bon Aqua, by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (1971)
  Guitar by Guild, Westerly, Rhode Island (1976)
  Guitar by S. L. Mossman Guitars, Winfield, Kansas (1977)
  Resonator Guitar by the Dobro Brothers, Chicago (1978)
  Guitar by Fender Custom Shop, Corona, California (1994)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (1997)
  Guitar by Pimentel & Sons, Albuquerque (June 1999)
  Guitar by Pimentel & Sons, Albuquerque (June 1999)
  Guitar by Pimentel & Sons, Albuquerque (November 1999)
  Guitar by Pimentel & Sons, Albuquerque (June 2001)
  Guitar by C. F. Martin & Co., Nazareth (2001)

Guitars (electric), Selected (in chronological order)
  Electric guitar by Vivi-Tone Company, Kalamazoo (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)

Guitar from Sub-Saharan Africa

Guitar, Moon (Yueqin), China (late 19th century)

Guitar-Zither

Gyo Ban (Fish-Shaped Percussion Slab), Japan (1600-1867)

 

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