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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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Idiophones, Checklists of
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from Oceania

Impressing

Index of Musical Instrument Makers Featured on this Website

India, Checklist of Instruments From
  Checklist of Musical Instruments from India on Display at the NMM
  Checklist of Musical Instruments from India in the NMM's Study-Storage Collections

India, Selected Instruments from (in chronological order)
  Long-necked Lute (Mayuri), Northern India (19th Century)
  Ankle Rattles (Ghunghroo), Rajasthan, India (19th Century)
  Short-necked Lute (Sarangi), Northern India (19th Century)
  Side-blown Natural Trumpet (Tori), Madhya Pradesh, Bastar district, India (19th Century)
  Side-blown Natural Trumpet (Tori), Madhya Pradesh, Bastar district, India (19th Century)
  Two Semi-circular Natural Trumpets (Kombu), Southern India (19th Century-20th Century)
  Dance Rattles (Kartal), Uttar Pradesh, India (Late 19th Century)
  Pair of Drums (Tabla), Northern India (Late 19th Century)
  Short-necked Lute (Sarinda), Bengal, India (Late 19th Century)
  Short-necked Lute (Sarinda), Northern India (Late 19th Century)
  Serpentine Horn (Nagfani), Gujarat or Rajasthan (20th Century)
  Stick Zither with Gourd Resonators (Rudra Vina or Bin), Northern India (Early 20th Century)
  Short-necked Lute (Sarangi), Northern India (Early 20th Century)
  Barrel Drum (Mridangam), Southern India (Early 20th Century)
  Long-necked Lute (Saraswati Veena), Southern India (Early 20th Century)
  Serpentine Horn (Ranasringa), India (ca. 1900)
  Long-necked Lute (Tambura), Southern India (ca. 1900)
  Shawms (Ottu and Nagaswaram), Southern India (ca. 1900-1940)
  Long-necked Lute (Sitar), Northern India (ca. 1900-1970)
  Long-necked Lute (Esraj), Northern India (ca. 1950)

Indian Nations of North America, Checklist of Musical Instruments

Indigenous Peoples of North America, Checklist of Musical Instruments

Indonesia, 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

Interlibrary Loan

Instrument Checklists

Instrument Conservation and Restoration Websites (links)

Instrument Appraisers' and Insurers' Websites (links)

Instrument Maker Index

Instrument Makers' and Dealers' Websites (links)

Instrument Maker's Workshop Exhibit, Violin

Insurance Values for Musical Instruments (links)

Inupiaq/Yupik Eskimo (Alaska), Musical Instruments of

Inventionstrompeten

Internships at the NMM

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

Iran, Selected Instruments from
  Tar (Long-necked Lute) and Zarb (Goblet Drum), Persia (19th-century)

Iroquois Nation (Northeastern North America), Musical Instruments of

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

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

Italian Rim

Italy, Checklists of Instruments from
  Checklist of Bowed Stringed Instruments Made in Brescia
  Checklist of Bowed and Plucked Stringed Instruments Made in Cremona

Italy, Selected Instruments from (in chronological order)
  Harp, Northern Italy (16th-century)
  Violoncello, The King, by Andrea Amati, Cremona (after 1538)
  Cittern, attributed to Urbino (1550)
  Viola by Andrea Amati, Cremona  (1560)
  Violin by Andrea Amati, Cremona (1560)
  Lira da Braccio by Francesco Linarol, Venice (1563)
  Viola by Peregrino di Zanetto, Brescia (after 1564)
  Violin by Andrea Amati, Cremona (1574)
  Violin, The King Henry IV, by Antonio and Girolamo Amati, Cremona (ca. 1595)
  Violin by Girolamo Amati, Cremona (1604)
  Viola by Gasparo Bertolotti da Salo, Brescia (before 1609)
  Violin, 7/8-size, by Girolamo Amati, Cremona (1609)
  Violino Piccolo by Girolamo Amati, Cremona (1613)
  Violin by Nicolo Amati, Cremona (1628)
  Violin, Brescian school (1630)
  Violin by Giovanni Paolo Maggini, Brescia (before 1632)
  Violin, Brescian School (1640)
  Guitar attributed to Matteo Sellas, Venice (1640)
  Harpsichord by Giacomo Ridolfi, Italy (1662-1682)
  Tenor Viola by Andrea Guarneri, Cremona (1664)
  Guitar by Domenico Sellas, Venice (1670)
  Miniature Virginal by Fransiscus Vaninus, Bologna (1672)
  Mandolin, The Cutler-Challen, by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1680)
  Violin, The Harrison, by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1693)
  Violin Bow, King Charles IV, attributed to workshop of Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1700)
  Guitar, The Rawlins, by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1700)
  Violin by Pietro Giacomo Rogeri (Ruggerius), Brescia (1715)
  Violin, 7/8-size, Brescian school (1760)
  Lute, Padua or Venice (1600), modified by Thomas Edlinger, Prague (1724)
  Bass Viola da Gamba by Johannes Florenus Guidantus, Bologna (1728)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Antonio Stradivari Workshop, Cremona (1730). Converted into a violoncello (1831)
  Mandolin by Antonio Vinaccia, Naples (1772)
  Viola by Nicola Bergonzi, Cremona (1781)
  Violin, 7/8-size, by Lorenzo Storioni, Cremona (1793)
  Clarinet bell by Carobi, Clusone (1800)
  Violin by Giovanni Battista Ceruti, Cremona (1805-1810)

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