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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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Walking Stick Instruments
  Harmonica (walking stick) by Swaine & Adeney, London, ca. 1860-1915
  Harmonica (walking stick), France, ca. 1890
  Harmonica (walking stick), England, ca. 1900
  Violin (walking stick), probably Markneukirchen (ca. 1880-1900)

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

Western Early Keyboard Association (WEKA) Conference Photos, 2003

What's New on this Website?

Wheelchair Accessibility

Whistles
  Checklist of Whistles of Indigenous Peoples of North America
  Margaret H. Martin Whistle Collection

Whitley, Ray
  Guitar by Gibson, Inc., Kalamazoo, Michigan (1940).  Ray Whitley's custom-built "party guitar."

Whittemore and Lowe Piano Duo Archive

Willson, Meredith

Witten-Rawlins Stringed Instrument Collection

Who Are We?

Willis, Richard, Keyed Bugle

WNAX Radio (Yankton, South Dakota)
  German, George B., Music Collection
  Dad Parker and his Country Orchestra (1920-1935)
  Tom Ptak Collection and Archive

Wood Blocks, Checklists Including
  Consult Checklist of Musical Instruments From East Asia

Woodwinds, Checklists of and including. See also:
  Dale Higbee Flute and Recorder Collection
  Cecil B. Leeson Saxophone Collection and Archive
  Margaret H. Martin Whistle Collection and Archive
  William Maynard Clarinet Collection
  Rosario Mazzeo Clarinet Collection
  John Powers Saxophone Collection
  W. Wayne Sorensen Woodwind Instrument Collection

Woodwinds, Double-Reed, Non-Western, selected (in chronological order)
  Haidi or aizai (shawm), China (early 20th century)
  Double-reed Woodwind (Algaita), Nigeria (1925)
  Double-reed Woodwind (Sorna), Iran (1950)
  Guan, northern China (ca. 1950)

Woodwinds, Single-Reed, selected, Non-Western
  Single-reed Woodwind (Zummara), Western Asia (1950)

World War II:  Band Instrument Manufacturing

 

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