Browse by Classification: Musical Instruments: musical instruments


"Cocked Hat" piano
Artist: Chickering & Sons (active 1852-1982)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Accordion
Artist: G. Kaneguissert ()
Musem: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vendor: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
# of Views: 1
Accordion
Artist: Keith, Prowse & Co. (1829 or 1831-after 1950)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Accordion
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Accordion
Artist: Constant Busson (active 1835-after 1892)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Accordion
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Acoustic instruments cornets belonging to Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Artist: Johann Nepomuk Maelzel or Malzel (1772 - 1838)
Musem: Beethoven Haus
Vendor: Bridgeman Education
# of Views: 1
Acoustic/Electric guitar (Chrysalis model)
Artist: Chrysalis Guitar Co., Inc. ()
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Aeolian harp
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Aeolian harp
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Aeolian harp
Artist: Lawrence Thompson (ca,1870-ca.1960) (attribution: Possibly by)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto bassoon
Artist: Wood & Ivy (1837-1847)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto clarinet in F
Artist: Thomas Key (active 1800-1853)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto crumhorn (after 17th-century type)
Artist: Francis William Galpin (1858-1945) (attribution: Probably by)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto crumhorn (after 17th-century type)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto flute (flûte d'amour)
Artist: Johann Wilhelm Oberlender I (1681-1763)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto flute in F
Artist: William Bainbridge (active 1803-1834)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto flute in G
Artist: William Henry Potter (1760-1848)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto flute in G (Boehm system)
Artist: W. T. Armstrong Co., Inc. (1931-after 1950)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto flute in G (flauto di voce)
Artist: Wigley & McGregor (1811-1825)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto guitar
Artist: Leopoldo Franciolini (1844-1920) (attribution: Probably by)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto ophicleide
Artist: C. Devaster (active early to mid-19th century)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto rackett (after early 17th-century type)
Artist: Francis William Galpin (1858-1945) (attribution: Probably by)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto recorder
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto recorder (after Johann Christoph Denner, early 18th century)
Artist: Friedrich von Huene (b.1929)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto recorder (after Renaissance type)
Artist: Friedrich von Huene (b.1929)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto recorder in G (after 16th-century type)
Artist: Francis William Galpin (1858-1945)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto saxophone
Artist: Adolphe Sax (1814-1894)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto shawm (after 17th-century type)
Artist: Francis William Galpin (1858-1945) (attribution: Probably by)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto trombone
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Alto viola da gamba (?)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Artist: Abraham Prescott (1789-1858)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Artist: Abraham Prescott (1789-1858)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Artist: Benjamin Whittemore Willard (1762-1848)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Artist: Benjamin Crehore (1765-1831)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Artist: Benjamin Crehore (1765-1831)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
American bass viol
Artist: Benjamin Crehore (1765-1831)
Musem: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Vendor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
# of Views: 1
Arch Cittern
Artist: Jean Francois Tiphanon (active 1775-1800)
Musem: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vendor: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
# of Views: 1