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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.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

 

T

Tab Seams

Tabla (India)

Tabuh (mallets) used with the the Javanese Gamelan Kyai Rengga Manis Everist

Talking Drum (Kalengo)

Tambura, India

Tanganyika, Instruments from

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

Tangentenflügel

Tang gu (hall drum) by Xin Chang, China (early 20th century)

Tango Banjo

Tanzania, Instruments from

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

Tar (Long-Necked Lute), Iran (ca. 1925)

Technical Drawings

  Museum's Technical Drawings for Sale
 

Telephone Number

Temple Bells, Checklists including

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from East Asia

Tenoroon

Tertis Model Violas

  Viola (Tertis model) by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Lakewood, Ohio (1955)
  Viola (Revised Tertis model) by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Lakewood, Ohio (1956)

Thailand, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From East Asia on Display at the NMM

Theremin

Thermoclarinets

Thomas, Lowell

Thighbone Trumpets (Tibet), Selected

  Thighbone Trumpet (Rkang Gling), Tibet (late 18th/early 19th century)
  Thighbone Trumpet (Rkang Dung), Tibet (19th century)

Tibet, Checklists of Instruments from

  Checklist of Instruments from Tibet and Nepal on Display in the NMM's Beede Galley

Tibet, Selected Instruments from (in chronological order)

  Cymbals (Rol Mo), Tibet (1700)
  Thighbone Trumpet (Rkang Gling), Tibet (late 18th/early 19th century)
  Thighbone Trumpet (Rkang Dung), Tibet (19th century)
  Brass Horn (Dbang Dung), Tibet (19th century)
  Skull Drum (Damaru), Eastern Tibet (mid-19th century)
  Pair of Shawms (Rgya Gling), Tibet (late 19th century)
  Pair of Telescoping Trumpets (Zangs Dung), Tibet (20th century)
  Conch Shell Trumpet (Rag Gshog-ma), Tibet (20th century)
  Hand Bell (Dril Bu), Tibet (20th century)
  Finger Cymbals (Ting Shags), Tibet (20th century)

Timpani, Checklists of and including

Timpani, Selected (in chronological order)

  Pair of timpani, Prussia or Bavaria, ca. 1660-1700
  Pair of timpani, German-speaking region, 18th century
  Pair of timpani by J. R. Lafleur & Son, London, late 19th century
  Pair of timpani, France or Saxony, ca. 1890

Ting Shags (Finger Cymbals), Tibet (20th century)

Tlingit (Pacific Northwest Coast), Musical Instruments of

Torban: Bandura in Torban Style, Ukraine (ca. 1950)

Tour Information

Tour, Virtual

Townsley Courtyard

  Fountain
  Statue of Immigrant Violinist

Travel to Museum by Air

Travel to Museum by Car

Tristan Trumpets (Holztrompeten)

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

Tro (Spike Fiddle), Burma (Myanmar) (19th Century)

Tromba Marina (Trumpet Marine)

Trombacello

  Baritone Trombacello by Graves & Co., Winchester, New Hampshire (1842-1848)

Trombones, Checklists of and including

Trombones, Selected (in chronological order)

  Trombone by Michael Nagel, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1656)
  Trombone by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1701)
  Trombone by Johann Paul Franck, Hildburghausen, Thuringia (1744)
  Alto Trombone by Johann Christoph Fiebig, Berngrund (1771)

Trumpet Marine (Tromba Marina)

Trumpet Marine (Tromba Marina) History

  Cecil Adkins Archive

Trumpet Mask

Trumpets, Africa

  Natural Trumpet (Nafir), Fès, Morocco (1975)

Trumpets, Checklists of and including

Trumpets, Keyed, Checklists

  Checklist of Keyed Trumpets in The Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Collection

Trumpets, Papua New Guinea

  Consult Checklist of Instruments from Oceania

Trumpets, Selected (in chronological order)

  Natural Trumpet by Paul Hainlein, Imperial City of Nürnberg  (1666)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1690-1710)
  Coiled Trumpet by Georg Friedrich Steinmez, Imperial City of Nürnberg (before 1694)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Carl Kodisch, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1700)
  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, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1714-1722)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Wilhelm Haas, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1716-1723)
  Natural Trumpet by Johann Leonhard Ehe III, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1750)
  Natural Trumpet by Cornelius Steinmetz, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1750)
  Natural Trumpet by Christian Wittmann, Imperial City of Nürnberg (1795)
  Natural Trumpets by Michael Saurle, Munich (1806)
  Natural Trumpet by Franz Stöhr, Prague (1825)
  Keyed Trumpet by Eduard Johann Bauer, Prague (late 1830s)
  Trumpet in F by A. G. Guichard, Paris (1840)
  Trumpet in F by James Keat, Winchester, New Hampshire (1840)
  Trumpet in F by John August Köhler, London (1850)
  Taun trumpet, Mummeri village, Blackwater River, Middle Sepik, Papua New Guinea (19th century)
  Trumpet by King, Cleveland (1972), Harry James Model
  Trumpet Featured in the Movie, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)

Trumpets, Slide, Selected

  Slide Trumpet by George Henry Rodenbostel and Richard Woodham, London (before 1797/98)

Trumscheit (Trumpet Marine)

Trustees of Museum

Tube Zither (Valiha), Madagascar (1925)

Tungna (Lute), Nepal (19th century)

Turen, Harry and Helen Collection Archive

Turkey, Instruments from

  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments from North Africa and Western/Central Asia
  Qanun (Zither), Turkey (after 1920)

Turkistan, Instruments from

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

Tyitanzi (Plucked Lamellaphone)

  Plucked Lamellaphone (Tyitanzi), Angola (West Africa) (early 20th century)

 

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