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Alphabetical Index to the
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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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Haidi (Shawm), China (early 20th century)

Hall, Jody C., (Conn Company) Archive

Hammered Dulcimers, 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)

Han Koto (Zither), Japan (1850)

Handicapped Accessibility

Hardingfele, Checklist

Hardingfele on exhibit in the Cutler Gallery (detailed photo)

Hardanger Fiddles, Checklist

Harmonicas
  Alan G. Bates Harmonica Collection and Archive
  Tour of Bates Virtual Gallery
  Treasures from the Alan G. Bates Harmonica Collection on Display at the NMM

Harmonicon, Grand (Musical Glasses)

Harmoni-cor

Harmonium

Harp-guitars, Checklists of and including
  Checklist of Plucked Stringed Instruments by Carl and August Larson (the Larson Brothers)
  Checklist of Acoustic Guitars by Gibson
  Checklist of Guitars by Chris Knutsen

Harp-guitars, Selected (in chronological order)
  Harp-guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan (1915)
  Harp-guitar by Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Company, Kalamazoo (1916)

Harps (Arched), Selected
  Arched harp (saùng-gauk), Burma (20th century)
  Arched Harp, Belgian Congo (1900)
  Arched Harp (Donnu) by Mangbetu People, Uele River Region, Belgian Congo (now northeastern Zaire) (1910-1920)
  Pluriarc (Multi-neck Harp), Benin (southwestern Nigeria) (early 20th century)

Harps (Free Reed, see Harmonicas)

Harps (Stringed), Checklists of and including. See also:
  Charles L. Von Berg Harp Archive

Harps (Stringed), Selected (in chronological order)
  Harp, northern Italy (1550)
  Harp by Jean Henri Naderman, Paris (1797)
  Double Chromatic Harp by Henry Greenway, Brooklyn, New York (1895)
  Harp by Lyon & Healy, Chicago (1900)

Harpsichords, Checklists of and including

Harpsichords, Selected (in chronological order)
  Harpsichord by Andreas Ruckers the Elder, Antwerp (1607)
  Harpsichord by Andreas Ruckers the Elder, Antwerp (1643)
  Harpsichord by Gommaar van Everbroeck, Antwerp (1659)
  Harpsichord by Giacomo Ridolfi, Italy (1662-1682)
  Miniature Virginal by Franciscus Vaninus, Bologna (1672)
  Harpsichord by Nicolas Dufour, Paris (1683)
  Spinet by Charles Haward, London (1689)
  Harpsichord by José Calisto, Portugal (1780)
  Harpsichord by Jacques Germain, Paris (1785)
  Harpsichord by Joseph Kirckman, London (1798)
  Electronic Harpsichord by Frank Holton & Co., Elkhorn, Wisconsin (1937-1940)
  Electronic Harpsichord by Frank Holton & Co., Elkhorn, Wisconsin (1937-1940)

Harrison Violin by Antonio Stradivari (1693)

Hawaii, Checklists of Instruments from
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Oceania on Display at the NMM
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From Oceania in the NMM's Study-Storage Collections

Hawaii-phone

Hawaiian Art Uke

Hawaiian Guitar, Selected
  Hawaiian guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, Michigan (1942)

Helicon Alto Horns, Checklists of and including
  Checklist of Side-Action, String-Operated Rotary Valve Instruments in the Utley Collection

Hendricks, George V., Brass Instrument Collection

Hichiriki (Double-Reed Woodwind), Japan (Late 19th Century)

Hiddleson, F. Thomas, Collection and Music Library

Higbee, Dale, Flute and Recorder Collection

Holland Bell Ringers, Royal, Collection and Archive

Holton Company Musical Instrument Collection and Archive

Holton Company Band Library

Holton Company Photograph Archive

Holztrompeten (Tristan Trumpets)
  Tristan Trumpet by Gebrüder Alexander, Mainz (1925)
  Tristan Trumpet (Holztrompete) Loaned to Seattle Opera

Hong Kong, Instruments from
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From East Asia on Display at the NMM

Will Hoover Guitar, Mandolin, and Banjo Pick Collection

Horns, African, Checklists of and including
  Checklist of Horns from Sub-Saharan Africa

Horns, African, Selected (in chronological order)
  Horn, Belgian Congo (ca. 1850-1900)
  Hunting Horn, Belgian Congo (1925)
  Hunting Horn, Italian East Africa (now Ethiopia) (1925)
  Hunting Horn, Eastern Africa (1925)
  Hunting Horn (Baragumu), Kenya or Tanganyika (now Tanzania) (1925)

Horns, European, Selected (in chronological order)
  Hunting Horn by Crétien, Vernon, Normandy (1650)
  Miniature Natural Horn by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1681)
  Natural Horn by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1684)
  Signal Hunting Horn by Wolf Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1754-1759)

Hours of Operation

How Much is it Worth?

Huapen gu (flower pot drum) by Xin Chang, China (early 20th century)

Hummingbird Model Gibson Guitar

Hutchins, Carleen, Collection and Archive

 

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