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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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Value of Instruments

Valves, Types of

Vanuatu (New Hebrides), 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

Veenas, Checklists of and Including
  Consult Checklist of the Instruments from India on Display at the NMM

Venice, Scenes of, on Gibson Florentine Banjo

Vienna
  Virtual Tour of "Beethoven & Berlioz, Paris & Vienna: Musical Treasures from the Age of Revolution & Romance 1789-1848"

Vinas, Checklists of and Including
  Consult Checklist of the Instruments from India on Display at the NMM

Vienna Valves

Vinatieri, Felix (Custer's Bandmaster) Archive

Violas, Checklists of and including

Violas, Selected (in chronological order)
  Viola by Andrea Amati, Cremona (1560)
  Viola by Peregrino di Zanetto, Brescia (after 1564)
  Viola by Gasparo Bertolotti da Salo, Brescia (before 1609)
  Tenor Viola by Jacob Stainer, Absam bei Innsbruck (1650)
  Tenor Viola by Andrea Guarneri, Cremona (1664)
  Viola by Nicola Bergonzi, Cremona (1781)
  Viola by Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza, Milan (1793)
  Stelzner System Viola made in Richard Weichold/August Paulus workshop, Dresden, Saxony (April 1893)
  Stelzner System Violotta made in Richard Weichold/August Paulus workshop, Dresden, Saxony (December 1896)
  Viola by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair, New Jersey (1953)
  Viola (Tertis model) by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Lakewood, Ohio (1955)
  Viola (Revised Tertis model) by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Lakewood, Ohio (1956)
  Viola, Pascal, by David Rivinus, Parrett Mountain, Oregon (2005)

Violas d'Amore, Checklists of and including

Violas da Gamba, Checklists of and including

Violas da Gamba, Selected (in chronological order)
  Tenor viola da gamba by Gregor Karpp, Königsberg, East Prussia (1693)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Johannes Florenus Guidantus, Bologna (1728)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Antonio Stradivari Workshop, Cremona (1730). Converted into a violoncello (1835-1850)

Violin-Guitar

Violin Octet

Violin-Uke

Violins, Checklists of and including. See also:
  Meisel Family Violin Collection

Violins, Selected (in chronological order)
  Violin by Andrea Amati, Cremona (1560)
  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)
  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)
  Violin by Jacob Stainer, Absam bei Innsbruck (1668)
  The Harrison violin by Antonio Stradivari, Cremona (1693)
  Violin by Pietro Giacomo Rogeri (Ruggerius), Brescia (1715)
  Violin, Brescian school (1760)
  Violin by Friedrich Wilhelm Meisel, Quittenbach, Saxony (1772)
  Violin, 1/2-size, by Lorenzo Storioni, Cremona (1793)
  Two Mute Violins, 19th Century
  Violin by Giovanni Battista Ceruti, Cremona (1805-1810)
  Violin by Johann Gottlob Ficker, Neukirchen, Saxony (1810)
  Violin by Chanot & Lété Workshop, Paris (1819)
  Violin by Chanot & Lété Workshop, Paris (1819)
  Violin by Carl Christian Meisel, Klingenthal (1823)
  Violin by Matthaeus Ignatius Brandstaetter, Vienna (1824)
  Violin, Saxony (1840-1860), played by Civil War Soldier
  Violin by Salzard Workshop, Paris or Mirecourt (1840-1875)
  Violin attributed to Honoré Derazey, Mirecourt (1850-1870)
  Violin by Ivan Petrovitsch, Moscow (1880-1900)
  Violin, Gasparo da Salo Model, Germany (1880-1900)
  Violin, Stainer Model, Germany (1880-1900)
  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)
  Violin labelled Petroni, Germany (1880-1910)
  Violin, Stradivari Model, Germany (1880-1910)
  Three Child's Violins, Germany (1880-1910)
  Stelzner System Violin made in Richard Weichold/August Paulus workshop, Dresden, Saxony (April 1893)
  Violin by Karl Oswald Meisel, Klingenthal (1927)
  Electric violin by Vivi-Tone Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan (1933-1936)
  Violin by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Klingenthal (1947)
  Violin by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Birmingham, England (1953)
  Violin by Kurt Oswald Meisel, Owatonna, Minnesota (1965)
  Violin (Epoxy-Graphite) by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair, New Jersey (1974)
  Violin, Le Gruyère, by Carleen Hutchins, Montclair (1982)
  Violin (Styron) by Mario Maccaferri, Mount Vernon, New York (August 6, 1990)
  Violin-Maker's Workshop Exhibit

Violoncelli, Checklists of and including

Violoncelli, Selected (in chronological order)
  Violoncello, The King, by Andrea Amati, Cremona (after 1538)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Antonio Stradivari Workshop, Cremona (1730). Converted into a violoncello (1831)
  Violoncello by Chanot & Lété Workshop, Paris (1819-1820)
  Violoncello by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, Michigan (March 1942)
  Violoncello, Barrel, by Palmer Roe, Canton, South Dakota (1955)
  Violoncello, by Kurt Lothar Meisel, Owatonna, Minnesota (1977-1978)

Violino Piccolo

Viols, Checklists of and including

Viols, Selected
  Tenor viola da gamba by Gregor Karpp, Königsberg, East Prussia (1693)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Johannes Florenus Guidantus, Bologna (1728)
  Bass Viola da Gamba, Antonio Stradivari Workshop, Cremona (1730). Converted into a violoncello (1835-1850)

Virginal

Virtual Tour of Museum

Vocalion Reed Organ, Worcester, Massachusetts (1895)

Von Berg, Charles L., Harp Archive

 

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