Technical Drawings of Musical Instruments in Public Collections of the World

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This is a list of drawings published by the 26 museums and collections which have participated in the project to microfilm technical drawings of musical instruments, organised by Hague Gemeentemuseum, Netherlands, with the co-operation of CIMCIM. This list, prepared by Dr Rob van Acht of the Hague Gemeentemuseum, includes the drawings now available on microfiche. The drawings are all also available in their original format directly from the participating museums, many of which also have further drawings on sale.

The criteria for inclusion of a drawing have been (1) the drawing is published and available for sale, (2) the instrument is in the collection and can be studied, and (3) the museum is willing to allow its drawings to be reproduced on fiches as part of this project.

This list includes the 664 drawings made available on microfiche by MMF Publications in the original set (1995) and in the supplement (2000).

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Participating Collections

Drawings can be purchased only from the museums and collections which produce them:

Ruckers Genootschap v.z.w., Vleeshouwersstraat 38-40, B-2000 ANTWERP, Belgium

Muziekinstrumentenverzameling Vleeshuis, Vleeshouwersstraat 38-40, B-2000 ANTWERP, Belgium

University of California at Berkeley, Music Department, Morrison Hall, BERKELEY, CA 94720, U.S.A.

Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Musikinstrumentenmuseum, Tiergartenstrasse 1, D-10785 BERLIN, Germany

Museo Civico Medievale, Via de Musei 8, BOLOGNA, Italy

Museum of Fine Arts, Musical Instruments Collection, 465 Huntington Ave., BOSTON, MA 02115, U.S.A.

Musée des Instruments de Musique, 1 rue Villa Hermosa, B-1000 BRUSSELS, Belgium

John Barnes Collection, c/o Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments, Niddry Street, EDINBURGH, EH1 1NQ, U.K.

Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, Reid Concert Hall Museum of Instruments, Bristo Square, EDINBURGH, EH8 9AG, U.K.

Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments, Niddry Street, EDINBURGH, EH1 1NQ, U.K.

Haags Gemeentemuseum, Stadhouderslaan 41, Postbus 72, 2501 CB THE HAGUE, The Netherlands

Universität Leipzig, Musikinstrumenten-Museum, Täubchenweg 2c, D-04103 LEIPZIG, Germany

Museum of Instruments, The Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, South Kensington, LONDON, SW7 2BS, U.K.

Victoria & Albert Museum, Musical Instruments, South Kensington, LONDON, SW7 2RL, U.K.

Yale University, Collection of Musical Instruments, 15 Hillhouse Avenue, NEW HAVEN, CT 06520, U.S.A.

New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, Collection of Musical Instruments, 1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street, NEW YORK, NY 10028, U.S.A.

Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Musikabteilung, Kartäusergasse 12, D-90402 NÜNBERG, Germany

University of Oxford, Faculty of Music, The Bate Collection of Instruments, St. Aldate's, OXFORD, OX1 1DB, U.K.

Ashmolean Museum Oxford, Hill Collection of Musical Instruments, Beaumont Street, OXFORD, OX1 2PH, U.K.

Musée de la Musique, 221, avenue Jean-Jaurès F-75019 PARIS, France

Museum Carolino Augusteum, Museumsplatz 6, A-5020 SALZBURG, Austria

The Stockholm Music Museum, Sybillegatan 2, S-10326 STOCKHOLM, Sweden

Ringve Musikhistorisk Museum, Lade Allé 60, N-7441 TRONDHEIM, Norway

The National Music Museum (formerly Shrine to Music Museum), University of South Dakota, 414 East Clark Street, VERMILLION, SD 57069-2390, U.S.A.

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente, Neue Burg, A-1010 VIENNA, Austria

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Division of Musical Instruments, 14th St. and Constitution Ave., WASHINGTON, DC 20560, U.S.A.

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Menu of Instruments

Wind Instruments
Recorders and Flageolet :: Transverse flutes :: Oboes :: Clarinets :: Bassoons :: Other double reed instruments :: Bagpipes :: Cornetts :: Horns, Trombones and Trumpets :: Mouthpieces for Wind Instruments

Keyboard Instruments
Organs :: Harpsichords :: Stands :: Clavichords :: Pianofortes

Bowed & Plucked Instruments
Violins :: Violas :: Violoncellos :: Double bass :: Kit :: Viols :: Other bowed instruments :: Hurdy-gurdies and Keyed Fiddles :: Bows :: Lutes :: Guitars :: Citterns :: Cithers :: Dulcimers :: Harps :: Other plucked instruments

Other instruments

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Recorders and Flageolet

Anonymous
Recorder (Renaissance), anonymous. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.3133.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Double recorder (pitch pipe), anonymous, France 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.230.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) (together with C. Delusse E.308) [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Alto recorder (Renaissance), anonymous, France 1st half 17th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1986. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1935.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Flageolet, anonymous ("M"), France (?). [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.916.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Basset recorder (in F), anonymous (Bassano?), 16th century. [drawn by] Tim Cranmore, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 0117.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Tenor recorder, anonymous, 17th century. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 659.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 2 microfiches (4 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Tenor recorder, anonymous, 17th century. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 660.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 2 microfiches (6 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Bass recorder, anonymous (School of Bressan), c. 1700 [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 0114.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Sopranino recorder by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 581-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Soprano recorder by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 29-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Soprano recorder by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 29a-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Alto recorder by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 23-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Alto recorder by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 24-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Alto recorder by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 32-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Beukers, Willem
Soprano recorder by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1740. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 278-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Beukers, Willem
Soprano recorder by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1740. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 25-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Beukers, Willem
Alto recorder by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1740. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 26-X-1952.
3 sheets + list of bore dimensions and pitches. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Boekhout, Thomas
Alto recorder by T. Boekhout, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 27-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Bradbury
Recorder (Voice flute) by Bradbury. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2491.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bressan, Peter
Fourth flute by P. Bressan, London c. 1700. [drawn by] H. Ammann, 1983. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 0109.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Bressan, Peter
Alto recorder by P. Bressan, London c. 1700. [drawn by] Friedrich von Huene, 1967. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 0112.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Bressan, Peter
Alto recorder by P. Bressan, London c. 1700. [drawn by] Frederick Morgan, 1980. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 0112.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bressan, Peter
Alto recorder by P. Bressan, London c. 1700. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2801.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 3 microfiches (12 pict.) [original set].

Carandet
Alto recorder by Carandet, France c. 1720. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1986. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.83.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Denner, Jacob
Two alto recorders by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 139/140.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Delusse, Christophe
Double recorder (pitch pipe) by C. Delusse, Paris c. 1750. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1986 Paris:Musée de la Musique No. E.308 (together with Anonymous E. 230) [Supplement 2000]

Denner, Jacob
Treble recorder by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] Friedrich von Huene, 1968, 1978. London: Royal College of Music. No. 63.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Johann Christoph
Bass recorder by J.C. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1700. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Stephan Blezinger, 1986. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 92.
3 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 2 microfiches (9 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Johann Christoph
Tenor recorder by J.C. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1695. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 208.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Dupuis
Alto recorder by Dupuis, France c. 1680. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.368.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Eichentopf, Johann Heinrich
Alto recorder by J.H. Eichentopf, c. 1730. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 200.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Haka, Richard
Descant recorder by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1037.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Heerde, van
Treble recorder by van Heerde, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Martin Wenner, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 257.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Heerde, van
Treble recorder by van Heerde, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 257.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Heerde, van
Alto recorder by van Heerde (foot by T. Boekhout), Amsterdam 18th century. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 33-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Hotteterre
Alto recorder by Hotteterre, Paris c. 1700. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1986. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.979.2.8.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Hotteterre
Tenor recorder by Hotteterre, Paris c. 1700. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.979.2.9.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Hotteterre
Bass recorder by Hotteterre, Paris c. 1700. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1986. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.979.2.10.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Jager, Frederik de
Alto recorder by F. de Jager (head by Mondo), Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 279-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Alto recorder by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1670. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.2663.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Tenor recorder by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1670. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.2644.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Soprano recorder by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1670. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.2695.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Two soprano recorders by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1675. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 98/99.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Two alto recorders by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1675. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 100/101.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Tenor recorder by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1675. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 102/103.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Bass recorder by H.F. Kinsecker, c. 1675. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 104.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Naust
Soprano recorder (mouthpiece) by Naust, Paris 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1985. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.986.14.1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Neale, John
Tenor recorder (voice flute) by J. Neale, Dublin c. 1730. [drawn by] Catherine Folkers and Rob Turner, 1984. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 17.1804.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Oberlender, Johann Wilhelm
Alto recorder by J.W. Oberlender, c. 1735. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 201.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Potter, Henry
Tabor pipe by H. Potter, London c. 1850. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. X 01 (combined in one drawing with X 02: tabor pipe by Rudall, Carte & Co.).
1 sheet + lists of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Rippert
Alto recorder by Rippert, Paris c. 1700. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1515.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Roosen, J.
Bass recorder by J. Roosen, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 22-X-1952.
4 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches. 2 microfiche (7 pict.) [original set].

Rottenburgh, Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph
Alto recorder by J.H.J. Rottenburgh, Brussels c. 1740. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2799.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + graphic + description. 3 microfiches (12 pict.) [original set].

Rottenburgh, Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph
Tenor recorder by J.H.J. Rottenburgh, Brussels c. 1740. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2814.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + graphic. 3 microfiches (13 pict.) [original set].

Rudall, Carte & Co
Tabor pipe by Rudall, Carte & Co., London c. 1850. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. X 02 (combined in one drawing with X 01: tabor pipe by H. Potter).
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Stanesby Jr., Thomas
Alto recorder by T. Stanesby Jr., London 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.82.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Stanesby Jr., Thomas
Tenor recorder by T. Stanesby Jr., London 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.86.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Terton, Engelbert
Soprano recorder by E. Terton, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1985. (Version 1) The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 374-1933. (Version 1)
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Terton, Engelbert
Soprano recorder by E. Terton, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. (Version 2) The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 374-1933. (Version 2)
3 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Terton, Engelbert
Alto recorder by E. Terton, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 978-1933.
3 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Terton, Engelbert
Alto recorder by E. Terton, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 31-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Wijne, Robert
Recorder (Third flute) by R. Wijne, Nijmegen c. 1740. [drawn by] Vincent van den Ende, Hans Schimmel 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 323-1933.
1 sheet + lists of bore dimensions and pitches. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

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Transverse flutes

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous. [drawn by] -. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 2140.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous. [drawn by] -. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 3741.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous. [drawn by] -. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 3742.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous. [drawn by] -. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 3743.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous. [drawn by] -. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 3744.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous (probably by Johann Joachim Quantz), Potsdam/Berlin c. 1750. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5076.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimension + description. 4 microfiches (18 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso, anonymous. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin 1991. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2663.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + graphic. 2 microfiches (7 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Traverso (Renaissance), anonymous, Germany (?) 16th century. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin 1991. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2698.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Transverse flute, anonymous, c. 1860. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 124-1950.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fife, anonymous, c. 1800. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 4.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous ("C.F.")
Bass traverso, anonymous ("C.F."), Germany (?) 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Astor & Co.
Piccolo by Astor & Co., London c. 1800. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1231.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Beuker, Jan Barend
Bass traverso by J.B. Beuker, Amsterdam c. 1750. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 32-1936.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Beukers, Willem
Traverso by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 414-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bizey, Charles
Traverso by C. Bizey, Paris 1720. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 12.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bizey, Charles
Traverso by C. Bizey, Paris early 18th century. [drawn by] Alun Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 1.
2 sheets + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Bizey, Charles
Traverso by C. Bizey, Paris c. 1725. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 106.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Bizey, Charles
Traverso by C. Bizey, Paris c. 1740. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 11.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bizey, Charles
Traverso by C. Bizey, Paris c. 1750. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1986. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.598.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Bressan, Peter
Traverso by P. Bressan, London c. 1700. [drawn by] D. Daines, 1978. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 452-1898.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Cahusac Sr, Thomas
Transverse flute by T. Cahusac Sr, London second half 18th century. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 11.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Chevalier
Traverso, anonymous, France c. 1700 [drawn by] Filadelphio Pugliesi, Catherine Folkers, 1978, 1983. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 17.1846 [no. 38].
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Christiani, Johannes
Transverse flute by J. Christiani, Amsterdam c. 1830. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 290-1933.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Christiani, Johannes
Traverso by J. Christiani, Amsterdam c. 1780. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, Marius Lutgerink 1985/86. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 460-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Clementi & Co.
Traverso by Clementi & Co., London c. 1800. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1536
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Collier, Thomas
Transverse flute by Th. Collier, London 2nd half 18th century. [drawn by] Alun Williams, 1990. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 113.
2 sheets + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Crone, Johann August
Traverso by J.A. Crone, Leipzig c. 1780. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4940.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + graphic. 3 microfiches (13 pictures).

Delerablé, Antoine
Transverse flute by A. Delerablé, Paris 1st half 18th century. [drawn by] Alun Williams, G. Fairley & D. Hickey, 1994. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 1138.
1 sheet + lists of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Delusse, Christophe
Traverso by C. Delusse, Paris 1760. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1989. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection) No. x 1080.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Delusse, Christophe
Bass traverso by C. Delusse, Paris c. 1760. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1079.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Delusse, Christophe
Traverso by C. Delusse, Paris 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1368.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Delusse, Christophe
Traverso by C. Delusse, Paris c. 1760. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.2147
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Denner, Jacob
Traverso by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1715. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 257.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Traverso by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1710. [drawn by] Martin Kirnbauer, 1989. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 566.
1 sheet 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set]

Drouet, Louis
Transverse flute by L. Drouet, London c. 1830. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 294-1933.
2 sheets 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set]

Dumont
Traverso by Dumont. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5054.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + graphic. 2 microfiches (5 pict.) [original set].

Embach, Louis
Transverse flute by L. Embach, Amsterdam c. 1850. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 3-1953.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Fortier
Traverso by Fortier, Rouen c. 1725. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.984.8.1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Gedney, Caleb
Bass traverso by C. Gedney, London c. 1760. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 60.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Geisler, Christian Gottfried
Transverse flute by C.G. Geisler, Amsterdam c. 1860. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 122-1950.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Godefroy ainé, Clair
Transverse flute by C. Godefroy ainé, Paris c. 1850. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 293-1933.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Grenser, Carl August
Traverso by C.A. Grenser, Dresden c. 1775. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1979. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 297.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Grenser, Johann Heinrich
Traverso by H. Grenser, Dresden c. 1790. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 102.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hanken, Gerhard
Transverse flute by G. Hanken, Rotterdam c. 1860. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 25-1935.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hannecke, Gerhard
Transverse flute by G. Hannecke, Rotterdam c. 1850. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 1-1944.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Heerde, van
Alto traverso by van Heerde, Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 292-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Heerde, van
Traverso by van Heerde, Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, 1985. T he Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 68-1983.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hemsing, Barend
Alto traverso by B. Hemsing, Leiden c. 1750. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 38-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Holtzapffel
Transverse flute by Holtzapffel, Paris c. 1850. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 24-1941.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hotteterre
Traverso by Hotteterre, France c. 1700. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Roderick Cameron, Jean-François Beaudin, 1987. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2670.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 3 microfiches (12 pict.) [original set].

Kirst, Friedrich Gabriel August
Transverse flute by F.G.A. Kirst, Potsdam c. 1780. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1990. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 118.
2 sheets + list of bore dimensions + graphic. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Kirst, Friedrich Gabriel August
Traverso by F.G.A. Kirst, Potsdam c. 1780. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4895.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 3 microfiches (14 pict.) [original set].

Kirst, Friedrich Gabriel August
Traverso by F.G.A. Kirst, Potsdam c. 1780. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4986.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + description. 3 microfiches (10 pict.) [original set].

Koch, Stephan
Transverse flute by S. Koch, Vienna c. 1820. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 36-1939.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Laurent, Claude
Transverse flute by C. Laurent, Paris 1814. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 201-1950.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Lot, Gilles
Traverso by G. Lot, France c. 1750. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.986.4.1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Lot, Martin
Traverso by M. Lot, France 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.18.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Lot, Thomas
Traverso by T. Lot, Paris 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1517.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Lot, Thomas
Traverso by T. Lot, Paris 18th century. [drawn by] Alun Williams, G. Fairley & D. Hickey, 1994. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 1139.
2 sheets and 2 lists of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Milhouse, William
Transverse flute by W. Milhouse, London c. 1800. [drawn by] Sheehan's Music Services, Alun Williams, 1984/1992. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. x 1081.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Milhouse, William
Transverse flute by W. Milhouse, London c. 1815. [drawn by] Alun Williams, 1992. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 121.
2 sheets + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Naust
Traverso by Naust, 18th century. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2667.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions + graphic. 2 microfiches. (8 pict.) [original set].

Naust
Traverso (C) by Naust, France 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E 710.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Palanca, Carlo
Transverse flute by C. Palanca, Milan c. 1800. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 10-1940.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Potter, Henry
Traverso by H. Potter, London c. 1800. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 17.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Potter, Richard
Transverse flute by R. Potter, London 1782. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 1028.
2 sheets + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Proser
Traverso by Proser, c. 1780. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 1066.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Quantz, Johann Joachim
Traverso by J.J. Quantz, Germany c. 1750. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4229.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Rafi, Claude
Traverso by C. Rafi, Lyon first half 16th century. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1977. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1066.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rippert
Traverso by Rippert, Paris c. 1690. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1979, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh (Collection of Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries). No. 42-68-AK.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rose, John Mitchell
Transverse flute by J.M. Rose, Edinburgh 1816. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1991. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 142.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Rottenburgh, Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph
Piccolo traverso by J.H.J. Rottenburgh, Brussels c. 1740. [drawn by] Wolfgang Rauch, Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2654.
3 sheets + lists of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Rudall & Rose
Traverso by Rudall & Rose, London c. 1840. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 592.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Sax, Charles Joseph
Transverse flute by C.J. Sax, Brussels c. 1830. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 30-1936
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Sax, Charles Joseph
Transverse flute by C.J. Sax, Brussels c. 1820. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 40-X-1952.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Scherer
Traverso (F) by Scherer, Germany c. 1730. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Schuchart, John
Traverso by J. Schuchart, London mid-18th century. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. X 11.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Schütze, A.
Alto traverso by A. Schütze, 2nd half 18th century [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 3272.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions. 2 microfiches (7 pict.) [original set].

Schuster, Gottfried
Transverse flute by G. Schuster, Markneukirchen c. 1885. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 295-1933.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Stanesby Jr, Thomas
Traverso by T. Stanesby Jr, London c. 1720. [drawn by] David Cox, Roderick Cameron, 1978. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. x 1050.
1 sheet + trace of bore profile. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Stanesby Jr., Thomas
Traverso by T. Stanesby Jr., London 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.7.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Stanesby Jr., Thomas
Traverso by T. Stanesby Jr., London 18th century. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.979.2.33.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Stanesby Jr, Thomas
Flûte d'amour by T. Stanesby Jr, London c. 1725. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 1015.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Streitwolf, Johann Heinrich Gottlieb
Transverse flute by J.H.G. Streitwolf, Göttingen c. 1825. [drawn by] Jaap Frank, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 35-X-1952.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Terton, Engelbert
Traverso by E. Terton, Amsterdam c. 1725. [drawn by] Rob van der Linde, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 49-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Urquhart
Traverso by Urquhart, c. 1750. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh (Collection Royal Museum of Scotland). No. 1908-252.
1 sheet 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Villars, Paul
Traverso by P. Villars, Paris 1764. [drawn by] Jean-François Beaudin, 1986. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 15.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Villars, Paul
Traverso by P. Villars, Paris c. 1750. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.16.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Wijne, Robert
Traverso by R. Wijne, Nijmegen c. 1750. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 11-1935.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Oboes

Anonymous
Oboe, anonymous. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1033
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Oboe, anonymous ("The Galpin"), c. 1685. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 200.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Oboe, anonymous, Germany c. 1760. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1983. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 292.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Oboe, anonymous ("The Mozart"), probably England c. 1760 [drawn by] Tetsu Ito, 1997. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 63.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [Supplement 2000]

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Oboe by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 444-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Oboe by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 444-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous (style Richters)
Oboe, anonymous (style Richters), Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 4-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous (style Richters)
Oboe, anonymous (style Richters), Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 442-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous (style Richters)
Oboe, anonymous (style Richters), Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 5-x-1952.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anciuti, Johannes Maria
Oboe by J.M. Anciuti, Milan c. 1800. [drawn by] D. Daines, 1978. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 1127-1869.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Aardenberg, Abraham van
Oboe by A. van Aardenberg, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 438-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Beuker, Jan Barend
Oboe by J.B. Beuker, Amsterdam 18th century. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 285-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Beuker, Jan Barend
Oboe by J.B. Beuker, Amsterdam c. 1780. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 285-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Beukers, Willem
Oboe by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 10-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Beukers, Willem
Oboe by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 1-1978.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Beukers, Willem Oboe by W. Beukers, Amsterdam 1704. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 1017-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].
Oboe by W. Beukers, Amsterdam c. 1730. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 1017-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Bizey, Charles
Oboe by C. Bizey, Paris c. 1725. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. 2351.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Bizey, Charles
Oboe by C. Bizey, Paris c. 1725. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 201.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Bland & Weller
Oboe by Bland & Weller, London c. 1800. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1031.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Boekhout, Thomas
Oboe by T. Boekhout, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 38-1937.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Boekhout, Thomas
Oboe by T. Boekhout, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 16-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Boekhout, Thomas
Oboe by T. Boekhout, Amsterdam c. 1720 [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 16-x-1952.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Bormann
Oboe by Bormann, Dresden c. 1830. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1978. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. 3580.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Cahusac Sr, Thomas
Oboe by T. Cahusac Sr, London 2nd half 18th century. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 2013.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Collier, Thomas
Vox humana (tenor oboe in F) by T. Collier, London c. 1780. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh (Collection of Glasgow Museums & Art Galleries). No. 942.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Collier, Thomas
Oboe by T. Collier, London c. 1780. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1713.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Delusse, Christophe
Oboe by C. Delusse, Paris c. 1785. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 20.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Oboe by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.893.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Oboe by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.1566.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Oboe by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1690. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 90.
1 sheet + Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Oboe by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 371.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Oboe by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] Eckhart Liss, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 370.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Johann Christoph
Baryton oboe by J.C. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1700. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 94.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Grundmann, Jakob Friedrich
Oboe by J.F. Grundmann, Dresden late 18th century. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1979. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2331.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Haka, Richard
Two soprano duytse schalmeys by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1680. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. Nos. Ea 18-X-1952 & Ea 21-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 2 microfiche (7 pict.) [original set].

Haka, Richard
2 Soprano Duytse Schalmeien by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1680. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. Nos. Ea 18-X-1952 & Ea 21-X-1952.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Haka, Richard
Oboe/shawm by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1680. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 20-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Haka, Richard
Oboe/shawm by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1690. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 20-x-1952.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Haka, Richard
Alto Duytse Schalmey by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1680. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 19-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Haka, Richard
Oboe by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 6-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Haka, Richard
Oboe R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 6-1952.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Haka, Richard
Oboe by R. Haka, Amsterdam c. 1700. [drawn by] Cary Karp, 1977. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. MM 155.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Knikker, Johannes van de
Oboe by J. van de Knikker, Tilburg c. 1780. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 14-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Knikker, Johannes van de
Oboe by J. van de Knikker, Tilburg c. 1780. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 3-x-1993.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Lot, Martin
Oboe by M. Lot, Paris late 18th century. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1979. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. 1980.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Milhouse, Richard
Oboe by R. Milhouse, Newark c. 1760. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 293.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Milhouse, William
Oboe by W. Milhouse, London c. 1800. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2003.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Oberlender, Johann Wilhelm Oboe d'amore by J.W. Oberlender, Nuremberg c. 1725 [drawn by] Harry Vas Diaz, Klaus Martius, 1991. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 92 A.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Richters, Frederik
Oboe by F. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1740. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 624-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Richters, Frederik
Oboe by F. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1750. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 624-1933.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 284-1933.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 8-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Richters, Frederik
Oboe by F. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1750. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 434-1933
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Frederik
Oboe by F. Richters, Amsterdam 1731. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 439-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 15-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1989. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 2037.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1725. [drawn by] Jean François Beaudin, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1185.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1710. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 284-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1710. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 286-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1710. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 436-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1710. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 584-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1710. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 7-x-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Richters, Hendrik
Oboe by H. Richters, Amsterdam c. 1710. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 17-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Rijkel, Coenraad
Oboe by C. Rijkel, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 440-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rijkel, Coenraad
Oboe by C. Rijkel, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 6-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rottenburgh, Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph
Tenor Oboe by J.H.J. Rottenburgh, Brussels c. 1725. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 248.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Rottenburgh, Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph
Oboe by J.H.J. Rottenburgh, Brussels c. 1750. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1979. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 67.1.82.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stanesby Sr, Thomas
Oboe by T. Stanesby Sr, London c. 1700. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 62.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stanesby Sr., Thomas
Oboe by T. Stanesby Sr., London c. 1730. [drawn by] Tetsu Ito, 1997. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3321.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [Supplement 2000]

Stanesby Jr, Thomas
Oboe by T. Stanesby Jr, London c. 1740. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 29.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Steenbergen, Jan
Oboe by J. Steenbergen, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 3-X-1952.
2 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Steenbergen, Jan
Oboe by J. Steenbergen, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 3-x-1952.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication). [Supplement 2000]

Steenbergen, Jan
Oboe by J. Steenbergen, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 7-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Terton, Engelbert
Oboe by E. Terton, Amsterdam c. 1720. [drawn by] Anton Moonen, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 437-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Tölcke, Heinrich Carl
Oboe by H.C. Tölcke, Brunswick, c. 1780. [drawn by] Dick Earle, 1988. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 927.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Wijne, Robert
Tenor oboe by R. Wijne, Nijmegen c. 1750. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 77-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Winnen, Nicolas
Oboe by N. Winnen, Paris 1st half 19th century. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1990. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 222.
2 sheets + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Oboe mute, anonymous, c. 1800. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. x 2012.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Clarinets

Baumann, Joseph
Clarinet (C) by J. Baumann, Paris before 1830. [drawn by] Alan Mills, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 40.
1 sheet + lists of bore dimensions + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Denner, Jacob
Clarinet by J. Denner, Nuremberg c. 1700. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 149.
Graphical representation of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Grenser, Johann Heinrich
Clarinet (B flat) by H. Grenser, c. 1800. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1989. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 432.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Grenser, Johann Heinrich
Bassethorn by J.H. Grenser, Dresden late 18th century. [drawn by] David Grant, Peter Sheehan, 1988. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 489.
7 sheets. 2 microfiches (7 pict.) [original set].

Key, Thomas
Clarinet (A) by T. Key, London c. 1830. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1992. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 443.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Milhouse, William
Clarinet (B flat) by W. Milhouse, London c. 1800. [drawn by] -, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Montagu Collection). No. III 170.
5 sheets + description. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Miller, George
Two Clarinets (B flat) by G. Miller, England c. 1760. [drawn by] Alan Mills, 1982; Charles Wells, 1992. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 4008 & 4009.
6 sheets + description + list of bore dimensions. 2 microfiches (9 pict.) [original set].

Miller, George
Clarinet (C) by G. Miller, England c. 1770. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1986. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 422.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Moussetter
Clarinet by Moussetter, Paris c. 1780. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 406.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Willems, Jean Baptiste
Clarinet by I.B. Willems, Brussels, c. 1730. [drawn by] David Armitage, 1989. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 429.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Wrede, Herman
Clarinet (E flat) by H. Wrede, London 1st half 19th century. [drawn by] Charles Wells, 1992. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 480.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Bassoons

Cahusac Sr, Thomas
Bassoon by T. Cahusac Sr, London 1769. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. x 35.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Knikker, Johannes van de
Bassoon by J. van de Knikker, Tilburg c. 1780. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 64-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Porthaux, Dominique
Bassoon by D. Porthaux, Paris c. 1800. [drawn by] Ken Williams, 1984. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. x 30.
1 sheet + list of bore dimensions. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Wijne, W.
Bassoon by W. Wijne, Nijmegen 18th century. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1994. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 585-1933.
6 sheets + lists of bore dimensions and pitches + description. 2 microfiches (9 pict.) [original set].

Wijne, Willem
Bassoon by W. Wijne, Nijmegen c. 1780. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 585-1933.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) (this microfiche provides a better image of an instrument that appeared in the original micropublication) [Supplement 2000]

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Other double reed instruments

Anonymous
Treble crumhorn, anonymous, Italy c. 1575. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1977. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 610.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Tenor crumhorn, anonymous, Italy c. 1575. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1977. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 611.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Bass crumhorn, anonymous, Italy c. 1575. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1977. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 614.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Tenor crumhorn & bass crumhorn, anonymous, Italy 16th century. [drawn by] Toon Moonen, 1978. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 109 & MIR 423.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Baroque racket, anonymous, The Netherlands c. 1700. [drawn by] Jan Bouterse, 1996. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 65-x-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

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Bagpipes

Anonymous
Bagpipe, anonymous, France c. 1800. [drawn by] Marius Lutgerink, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 631-1933.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Bagpipe (muchosa), anonymous, Arc-Ainières (Belgium) c. 1800. [drawn by] Jos Debraekeleer, Michel Maillard, 1989. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2701.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Cornetts

Anonymous
Cornett, anonymous., 17th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1993. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3189.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Cornett, anonymous, 17th century. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 52.96.1
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Cornett, anonymous, 17th century. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.1670.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Cornett, anonymous, 17th century. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1974. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.1134.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Cornett, anonymous, Venice c. 1600. [drawn by] W. Pickelmann, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 120.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fourth cornett, anonymous, Germany c. 1650. [drawn by] W. Pickelmann, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 122.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set]

Anonymous
Cornett, anonymous, North Italy 17th century. [drawn by] W. Pickelmann, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 42.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Horns, Trombones and Trumpets

Birkholz, Wolff
Alto trombone by W. Birkholz, Nuremberg 1695 [drawn by] E. Krebs, I. Stein, 1993 Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 314.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Drewelwecz, Anton
Tenor trombone by A. Drewelwecz, Nuremberg 1595. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 167.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ehe, Friedrich
Natural horn by F. Ehe, Nuremberg c. 1720. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 74.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ehe, Isaac
Bass trombone by I. Ehe, Nuremberg 1612. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 168.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Ehe, Johann Leonhard (III)
Natural trumpet by J.L. Ehe III, Nuremberg 1746. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 217.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Fürst, Balthasar
Hunting trumpet by B. Fürst, Ellwangen 1770. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 122.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Huschauer, Joseph
Trumpet by J. Huschauer, Vienna 1794. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1994. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3247.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Huschauer, Joseph
Tenor trombone by J. Huschauer, Vienna 1794. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1994. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3205.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Kodisch, Johann Carl
Natural trumpet by J.C. Kodisch, Nuremberg c. 1700. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 163.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Riedlocker, François
Tenor trombone by F. Riedlocker, Paris 1810. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1997. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3534.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Sander, Jan
Natural trumpet by J. Sander, Hannover 1623. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 113.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schnitzer, Anton
Tenor trombone by A. Schnitzer, Nuremberg 1594. [dawn by] Raymond Parks, 1994. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2695.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Starck, Hieronymus
Alto trombone by H. Starck, Nuremberg 1670. [drawn by] Robert Barclay, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 173.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Mouthpieces for Wind Instruments

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for trumpet, possibly Britain 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3281 (fiche 1).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for French horn, probably Britain first half of the 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 846 (fiche 2).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for bass trombone, c. 1835. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3027 (fiche 3).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for serpent or bass horn, probably Britain early 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3311 (fiche 4).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for serpent, probably France 1750. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3304 (fiche 5).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for bass horn, probably Britain 1825. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 627 (fiche 6).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for serpent, early 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1898 (fiche 7).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for Russian bassoon, probably Britain 1840. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3308 (fiche 4).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for serpent, early 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1007 (fiche 8).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for ophicleide, probably Britain c.1850. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3314 (fiche 9).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for bass horn, probably mid 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3306 (fiche 5).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for quinticlave, probably France c. 1844. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3240 (fiche 10).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Mouthpiece for cornopean, mid 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3294 (fiche 11).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Ahlberg & Ohlsson
Mouthpiece for Swedish kornett, Ahlberg & Ohlsson, Sweden late 19th or early 20th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No.3500 (fiche 12).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Boosey & Co.
Mouthpiece for ballad horn, Boosey & Co, London 1895. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3349 (fiche 9).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Butler
Mouthpiece for cornet, Butler, London or Dublin 1880. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2781 (fiche 13).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Couesnon (?)
Mouthpiece for soprano trombone, possibly Couesnon, Paris 1925. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 1287 (fiche 7).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois
Mouthpiece for cornet, Courtois, Paris 1870. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3478 (fiche 14).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois
Mouthpiece for cornet, Courtois, Paris 1855-60. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3476 (fiche 14).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois
Mouthpiece for cornet, Courtois, Paris 1870. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3479 (fiche 15).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois
Mouthpiece for cornet, Courtois, mid 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3268 (fiche 1).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois, Antoine (?)
Mouthpiece for tenor trombone, A. Courtois, Paris late 19th or early 20th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3100 (fiche 16).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois, Antoine (?)
Mouthpiece for bass trombone, A. Courtois, Paris 1900. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 677 (fiche 2).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Courtois, Auguste (?)
Mouthpiece for baritone saxhorn, possibly A. Courtois, France1855. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3353 (fiche 17).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Distin, Henry (?)
Mouthpiece for tenor tuba, probably H. Distin, London 1860. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3547 (fiche 18).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Distin, Henry (?)
Mouthpiece for tenor tuba, probably H. Distin, London 1860. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3546 (fiche 15).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Gautrot (?)
Mouthpiece for soprano saxhorn, possibly Gautrot, France late 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3430 (fiche 17).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Glen, Thomas (?)
Mouthpiece for trumpet, possibly T. Glen, Edinburgh or possibly England possibly 1855. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 648 (fiche 18).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Haas, Johann Wilhelm (?)
Mouthpiece for trumpet, possibly J. W. Haas, Nuremberg 1700. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 997 (fiche 8).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Halari (?)
Mouthpiece for keyed bugle, possibly Halari Paris. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 908 (fiche 19).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Higham, J.
Mouthpiece for ophicleide, J. Higham, Manchester second half of the 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2158 (fiche 22).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Higham, J.
Mouthpiece for soprano cornet, Higham, Manchester probably late 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3502 (fiche 12).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Kersten, J.G. (?)
Mouthpiece for French horn, possibly J.G. Kersten, Saxony 1830. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 635 (fiche 20).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Key, Thomas (?)
Mouthpiece for trumpet, possibly T. Key, England 1850. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 650 (fiche 21).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Kohler
Mouthpiece for keyed bugle, Kohler, London mid 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3238 (fiche 10).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Kohler
Mouthpiece for trumpet, Kohler, London mid 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3216 (fiche 16).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Kohler
Mouthpiece for cornopean (?), Kohler, London mid 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 642 (fiche 20).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Kohler (?)
Mouthpiece for French horn, probably Kohler, London 1856. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 656 (fiche 21).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Pace, F. (?)
Mouthpiece for trumpet, possibly F. Pace, London 1840. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3287 (fiche 11).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Rudall Carte & Co. (?)
Mouthpiece for vocal horn, probably Rudall Carte & Co., London 1885. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 890 (fiche 19).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Taylor, J. (?)
Mouthpiece for serpent, possibly J. Taylor, Glasgow 1815. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 624 (fiche 6).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Weidlich, Konrad (?)
Mouthpiece for alto trumpet, possibly K. Weidlich, Regensburg late 19th century. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2374 (fiche 22).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Winkings (?)
Mouthpiece for French horn, possibly Winkings, London 1740. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2628 (fiche 13).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

Wood, Richard & Joseph (?)
Mouthpiece for contrabass serpent, probably R. & J. Wood, Upper Heaton, Huddersfield, 1840. [drawn by] Raymond Parks, 1999. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2930 (fiche 3).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 1 other mouthpiece). [Supplement 2000]

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Organs

Anonymous
Regal, anonymous, c. 1700. [drawn by] -, 1972. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 349.
1 sheet (graphical representation of measurements). 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Positive organ, anonymous, Germany. [drawn by] M. Goetze, 1980. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 2-1867.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Cabinet organ, anonymous, Germany. [drawn by] M. Goetze, 1981. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 216-1879.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Regal, anonymous, Germany 1629. [drawn by] Christopher Clarke, Paris 1979. London: Royal College of Music. No. 209.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hess, Hendricus Hermanus
Bureau-Organ by H.H. Hess, Gouda 1772. [drawn by] Hans van Rossum, Anton Wiegers, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 635-1933.
13 sheets + 4 tables. 3 microfiches (17 pict.) [original set].

Klotz, Michel
Regal by M. Klotz, Germany c. 1600. [drawn by] Christopher Clarke, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 80.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kühlewind, Samuel
Keyboard of an organ by S. Kühlewind, Volckstedt 1791. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1967. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 14.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Näser, Gottlieb
Positive organ (Prozessionsorgel) by G. Näser, Germany first part of the 18th century. [drawn by] Bittcher, H. Rase, 1952, 1974. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 299.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Näser, Gottlieb
Positive organ by G. Näser, Fraustadt 1734. [drawn by] -. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1023.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Reichard, Adam Ernst
Positive organ by A.E. Reichard, Nuremberg c. 1730. [drawn by] Sabina Gsaenger, 1983. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 77.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Wannenmacher, Christoph
Regal by C. Wannenmacher, Friedberg 1639. [drawn by] Thomas Yttn, 1973. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 79.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Winkel, Diederik Nicolaus
Barrel organ by D.N. Winkel, Amsterdam c. 1820. [drawn by] Fer Vromans, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ea 178-X-1952.
5 sheets + table. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

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Harpsichords

Anonymous
Soundboard of a harpsichord, anonymous, Flanders 1618. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1982. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.980.2.0.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (5 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Harpsichord, anonymous, Italy c. 1700. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1971. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 320.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Clavicytherium, anonymous, Germany (?) c. 1480. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1983. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord, anonymous, Italy c. 1575. [drawn by] Grant O'Brien, 1974. London: Royal College of Music. No. 175.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Spinettino, anonymous, Italy c. 1600. [drawn by] Stefan Gschwendtner, 1984. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 121 (4028, A 128).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord, anonymous, Italy 17th century. [drawn by] William Dow, Monika May, 1974, 1978. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 263.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord, anonymous, Germany c. 1700. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 185.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord (double manual), anonymous, Germany c. 1700. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1983. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 186.
6 sheets. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Spinet, anonymous, England 1708. [drawn by] William Bright, 1975. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 3.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord, anonymous, Italy 1693. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1972. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 326.904.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Virginal, Germany 2nd half 17th century. [drawn by] Ute Singer, 1978. Leipzig: Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Universität Leipzig. No. 49.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Virginal (Queen Elizabeth's Virginal), England c. 1600. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1974. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 19-1887.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord (double manual), anonymous, Italy first half 18th century. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1972. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1078.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Clavicytherium action, anonymous, Germany first half 18th century. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1966. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1080.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harpsichord (double manual), anonymous, France 1667. [drawn by] John Koster, 1983. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 1977.55.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Spinet, anonymous, end 17th century. [drawn by] Darryl Martin, Grant O'Brien, 1990. Trondheim: Ringve Museum. No. RMT 67/119.
1 sheet + description. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Arkel, Rijk van
Folding harpsichord by R. van Arkel, Gouda 1768. [drawn by] Roel Hartgers, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 133-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Baffo, Giovanni
Harpsichord by G. Baffo, Venice 1574. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1974. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 6007-1859.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bologna, Hieronymus de
Harpsichord by H. de Bologna, Rome 1521. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1976. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 226-1879.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Bull, Johann Peter
Harpsichord by J.P. Bull, Antwerp 1779. [drawn by] D. Ley, 1973. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 428.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Celestini, Giovanni
Harpsichord by G. Celestini, Venice 1605. [drawn by] Wouter Scheurwater, 1979. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 543-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Couchet, Johannes
Harpsichord by J. Couchet, Antwerp 1645. [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, Grant O'Brien, 1976. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 7.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Couchet, Johannes
Virginal by J. Couchet, Antwerp 1650. [drawn by] -. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis (Ruckersgenootschap). No. 419.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Couchet, Joseph Johannes
Harpsichord by J.J. Couchet, Antwerp 1679. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1976/77. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 75.31.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Couchet, Joseph Johannes
Harpsichord (double-manual) by J.J. Couchet, Antwerp 1680 (altered by F.-E. Blanchet, Paris 1758, and P. Taskin, Paris 1781). [drawn by] John Koster, 1983. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 1977.54.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Cresci, Roberto & Federigo
Spinet by R. & F. Cresci, Livorno 1778. [drawn by] Bernhard von Tucher, 1980. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1077.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Delin, Albert
Clavicytherium by A. Delin, Tournai c. 1760. [drawn by] Wouter Scheurwater, 1977. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 547-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Delin, Albert
Spinet by A. Delin, Tournai 1770. [drawn by] Jean Tournay, Véronique De Wilde. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 273.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Dulcken, Johann Daniel
Harpsichord (double manual) by I.D. Dulcken, Antwerp 1745. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1973. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 315.758.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Dulcken, Johann Daniel
Harpsichord by I.D. Dulcken, Antwerp 1747. [drawn by] Hubert Bedard, Michel de Mayer, Brussels 1977. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis (collection Museé du Conservatoire, Brussels). No. 426.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Dulcken, Johann Daniel
Harpsichord (double manual) by I.D. Dulcken, Antwerp c. 1755. [drawn by] Jean Tournay, 1987. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1608.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Elsche, Jacobus van den
Harpsichord (double manual) by J. van den Elsche, Antwerp 1763. [drawn by] Michel de Mayer. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis. No. 427.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Fleischer, Johann Christoph
Harpsichord by J.C. Fleischer, Hamburg 1710. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1971. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5083.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Floriani, Bartolomeo
Spinet by B. Floriani, Venice 1571 [drawn by] Ute Singer, 1987. Leipzig: Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Universität Leipzig. No. 33.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Gheerdinck, Artus
Virginal by A. Gheerdinck, Amsterdam 1605. [drawn by] Thomas F.H. Mace, 1981. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MINe 95.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Giusti, Giovanni Battista
Harpsichord by G.B. Giusti, Lucca 1681. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1974, 1978. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MINe 78.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Goermans, Jean & Pascal Taskin
Harpsichord (double manual) by J. Goermans, Paris 1764 (altered by P. Taskin, Paris 1783). [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, 1983. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 29.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Goujon, Jean Claude
Spinet by J.C. Goujon, Paris 1753. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1981. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. 971.5.1.
1 sheet. 1 microfich (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Goujon, Jean Claude & Swanen, Joachim
Harpsichord (double manual) by J.C. Goujon (altered by J. Swanen), Paris 1749, 1784. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, 1981. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.233.
2 sheets. 1 microfiches (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Gregory
Harpsichord by Gregory, 1726. [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, 1977. Edinburgh: John Barnes Collection. No. -.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Grimaldi, Carlo
Harpsichord by C. Grimaldi, Messina 1697. [drawn by] Monika May, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1075.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Grimaldi, Carlo
Harpsichord by C. Grimaldi, Messina 1703. [drawn by] Michel Robin, 1981. Paris: Musée de la Musique No. E.980.2.0.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (5 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Hagaerts, Cornelis
Virginal by C. Hagaerts, Antwerp 1636. [drawn by] Cornelis Bom, 1982. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis (Ruckersgenootschap). No. -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hemsch, Henri
Harpsichord (double-manual) by H. Hemsch, Paris probably 1736. [drawn by] R.K. Lee, 1976. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 1981.747.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hitchcock, Thomas
Spinet by T. Hitchcock, London c. 1710. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1972. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 62.382.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hitchcock, Thomas
Harpsichord (double manual) by T. Hitchcock, London 1725. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1978. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 126-1890.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hitchcock, Thomas Spinet by T. Hitchcock, London c. 1728. [drawn by] John Raymond, Grant O'Brien 1991. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 10.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Keene, Stephen
Virginal by S. Keene, London 1668. [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, Grant O'Brien, 1976. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 8.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Keene, Stephen & Charles Brackley
Spinet by S. Keene & C. Brackley, London c. 1715. [drawn by] John Barnes, 1984. Edinburgh: John Barnes Collection. No. 22.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kirckman, Jacobus
Harpsichord by J. Kirckman, London 1761. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1963. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 6.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kirckman, Jacob & Abraham
Harpsichord (double manual) by J. & A. Kirckman, London 1786. [drawn by] Richard Ireland, 1975. Edinburgh: John Barnes Collection. No. -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Marius, Jean
Folding harpsichord by J. Marius, Paris c. 1700. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1966. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 288.
6 sheets. 1 microfiche (6 pict.) [original set].

Oesterlein, Johann Christoph
Harpsichord (double manual) by J.C. Oesterlein, Berlin 1772. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1968. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 78.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Pisaurensis, Dominicus
Spinet by D. Pisaurensis, Venice 1540. [drawn by] J. Morier-Genoud, 1987. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. 1081.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Harpsichord by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1618. [drawn by] Reinhold Schröter, 1950. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2224.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Virginal by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1620. [drawn by] Kurt & Susanne Wittmayer, 1982. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1597.
5 sheets. 2 microfiches (7 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Virginal (Quint) by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1620. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1974. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 303.543.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Harpsichord by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1620. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2230.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Harpsichord by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1637. [drawn by] Thomas F.H. Mace, 1979. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1073.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Harpsichord by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1639. [drawn by] Wouter Scheurwater, 1981. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 544-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Harpsichord by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1640. [drawn by] R.K. Lee, 1971. New Haven: Yale University, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 239.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Virginal by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1643. [drawn by] Wouter Scheurwater, J. Schroevers, 1979, 1985. (Version 1) The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 176-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Virginal by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1643. [drawn by] Roel Hartgers, 1989. (Version 2) The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 176-X-1952.
5 sheets. 1 microfiche (5 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Harpsichord by A. Ruckers, Antwerp 1644. [drawn by] Hubert Bedard, 1974. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis (Ruckers Genootschap). No. 422.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Johannes
Harpsichord and 4 ft. Virginal (combined) by J. Ruckers, Antwerp 1st half 17th century. [drawn by] Reinhold Schröter, 1950. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2232.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Johannes
Harpsichord by J. Ruckers, Antwerp 1627. [drawn by] Ernst. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2227.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Johannes
Virginal by J. Ruckers, Antwerp 1629. [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, Grant O'Brien 1977, 1983. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2511.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Johannes
Harpsichord (transposing double manual) by J. Ruckers, Antwerp 1638. [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, Grant O'Brien 1977, 1983. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 6.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Salodiensis, Joseph
Harpsichord by J. Salodiensis, Venice 1559. [drawn by] Corinna Weinheimer, 1990. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 630.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Silbermann, Gottfried (?)
Harpsichord (double manual) by G. Silbermann (?), c. 1750. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1973. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Silbermann, Johann Heinrich
Spinet by J.H. Silbermann, Strasbourg 1767. [drawn by] Bernhard von Tucher, 1982. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MINe 90.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Slade, Benjamin
Spinet by B. Slade, London c. 1675. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1976. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Specken, Philip Jacob
Harpsichord by P.J. Specken, Stockholm 1748. [drawn by] Felix Wolff. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. NM 42.892.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stehlin, Benoist
Harpsichord by B. Stehlin, Paris 1760. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1973. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 66.521.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Taskin, Pascal
Harpsichord (double manual) by P. Taskin, Paris 1769. [drawn by] Grant O'Brien, 1977. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 15 (See also Stands: Taskin, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments), No. 15).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Trasuntinis, Vito de
Harpsichord by V. de Trasuntinis, Venice 1606. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1980. Bologna: Museo Civico Medievale. No. 1766/1767.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Trasuntino, Alessandro
Harpsichord by A. Trasuntino, Venice 1531. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1977. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 2.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Vater, Christian
Harpsichord by C. Vater, Hannover 1738. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1977. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 449.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Vaudry, Jean Antoine
Harpsichord (double manual) by J.A. Vaudry, Paris 1681. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1975. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. W 12-1974.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

White, Thomas
Virginal by T. White, London 1642. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1977. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. W 11-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Stands

Anonymous
Lutrin, anonymous. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, M. Traynard, 1984. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. 980.2.X.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with music desk by Ruckers). [Supplement 2000]

De Ban, Jean Marie de
Stand for harpsichords by J.M. de De Ban, Paris 1770. [drawn by] -. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 73.29.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Ruckers, Andreas
Music desk by A. Ruckers, Antwerp early 17th century. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, M. Traynard, 1984. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. 976.2.1
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with lutrin, anonymous). [Supplement 2000]

Taskin, Pascal
Stand for harpsichord by P. Taskin, Paris 1769. [drawn by] Edward R. Turner, 1976. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 15 (See also Harpsichords: Taskin, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments), No. 15).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hass, Hieronymus Albert
Stand for clavichord by H.A. Hass, Hamburg 1744. [drawn by] Thomas Mace. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2518.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Clavichords

Anonymous
Clavichord, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, H.E. Svensson, 1980. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. NM 264.785a
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Clavichord, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1981. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. 1812.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Clavichord, anonymous, The Netherlands c. 1700. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2154.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Clavichord, anonymous, Germany c. 1700. [drawn by] Richard N. Loucks, 1974. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 21.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Clavichord, anonymous, France c. 1750. [drawn by] Michel Robin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.366.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Fretted clavichord, anonymous, Germany c. 1780. [drawn by] J. Schroevers, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 474-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fretted clavichord, anonymous, Germany 18th century. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1977. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.1215.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fretted clavichord, anonymous, Germany 18th century. [drawn by] Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell, 1973. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 60.1394.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fretted clavichord, anonymous, Augsburg c. 1735. [drawn by] Christopher Clarke, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1047.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fretted clavichord ("D.O.M. 1652"), anonymous, Germany 17th century. [drawn by] Nicholas Renouf, 1979. New Haven: Yale University, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 239.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Fretted clavichord, anonymous ("Onesto Tosi"), Italy early 17th century. [drawn by] Edward Turner, 1983. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 17.1796.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Donat, Johannes
Clavichord by J. Donat, Leipzig 1700. [Drawn by] Ute Singer, 1980. Leipzig: Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Universität Leipzig. No. 12.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Fritz, Barthold
Clavichord by B. Fritz, Brunswick 1751. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1974. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 339-1882.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Gerlach, Johann Christian
Clavichord by J. C. Gerlach, Hamburg 1756. [drawn by] Darryl Martin, Grant O'Brien, 1990. Trondheim: Ringve Musikhistorisk Museum. No. RMT 74/15.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hass, Johann Adolph
Fretted clavichord by J.A. Hass, Hamburg 1756. [drawn by] Thomas Wolf, 1981. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 1980.0020.01.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hass, Johann Adolph
Clavichord by J.A. Hass, Hamburg 1763. [drawn by] Richard N. Loucks, 1974. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 22 [no. 15].
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hubert, Christian Gottlob
Clavichord by C.G. Hubert, Ansbach 1784. [drawn by] Richard N. Loucks, 1974. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall Museum of Instruments (the Raymond Russell Collection of Early Keyboard Instruments). No. 38.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set] drawing available from the John Barnes Collection.

Hubert, Christian Gottlob
Fretted clavichord by C.G. Hubert, Ansbach 1789. [drawn by] Sabina Gsaenger, 1983. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1058.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Römer, Anton
Fretted clavichord by A. Römer, Graz 1774. [drawn by] Ute Lorenz. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 740.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schiedmayer, Johann Christoph Georg
Clavichord by J.C.G. Schiedmayer, Neustadt an der Aisch 1796. [drawn by] John Koster, 1985. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 1977.60.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Silbermann, Johann Heinrich
Clavichord by J.H. Silbermann, Strasbourg 1775. [drawn by] Thomas F.H. Mace, 1978. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1061.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Specken, Philip Jacob
Clavichord by P.J. Specken, Stockholm 1743. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1983. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. MM 26.1956/57.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stein, Jean Antrie
Clavichord by J.A. Stein, Augsburg 1787. [drawn by] Roel Hartgers, 1989. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 712-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Wahlstrom, Andreas
Fretted clavichord by A. Wahlstrom, 1732. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1980. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Pianofortes

Anonymous
Square piano, anonymous, Germany c. 1800. [drawn by] Michel Robin, 1983. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.954.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Beyer, Adam
Square piano by A. Beyer, London 1775. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1959. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4591.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Broadwood & Sons, John
Square piano by J. Broadwood & Sons, London 1815. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1971. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Brodmann, Joseph
Grand piano by J. Brodmann, Vienna 1810. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 312.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Cristofori, Bartolomeo
Grand piano by B. Cristofori, Florence 1726. [drawn by] Ute Singer, 1993. Leipzig: Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Universität Leipzig. No. 170.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set]

Cristofori, Bartolomeo
Grand piano action by B. Cristofori, 1720. [drawn by] Stewart Pollens, 1978. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 89.4.12119
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Dulcken, Louis
Grand piano by L. Dulcken, Munich c. 1795. [drawn by] Thomas Wolf, Sheridan Germann, Scott Odell. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 303.537.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Dulcken, Louis
Grand piano by L. Dulcken, Munich 1794. [drawn by] Jos Noorhoff, 1989. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 13-1939.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Erard Frères
Grand piano by Erard Frères, Paris 1805. [drawn by] Alain Moysan, 1982. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. J.T. 318.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Frölich, Johann
Grand piano by J. Fröhlich, Königsberg 1806. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1963. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4347.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Graf, Conrad
Grand piano by C. Graf, Vienna c. 1825. [drawn by] Christopher Clarke, 1993. Antwerp: Museum Vleeshuis (Ruckers Genootschap). No. 760.1.120.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Haschka, Georg
Grand piano by G. Haschka, Vienna. [drawn by] William Debenham, 1980. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 406-1907.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hofmann, Ferdinand
Grand piano by F. Hofmann, Vienna c. 1795. [drawn by] Jos Noorhoff, 1992. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 2-X-1990.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hubert, Christian Gottlob
Square piano by C.G. Hubert, Ansbach 1787. [drawn by] Kathrin Schutze, 1991. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1145.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Meyer, Meincke & Pieter
Square piano by M. & P. Meyer, Amsterdam c. 1810. [drawn by] Roel Hartgers, 1989. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 175-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Pohlman, Johannes
Square piano by J. Pohlman, London 1773. [drawn by] -. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. OPH 158-1949.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Raay, Johannes van
Upright grand (Giraffe piano) by J. van Raay, Amsterdam c. 1825. [drawn by] Roel Hartgers, 1985. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 705-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Schiedmayer, Johann David
Grand piano by J.D. Schiedmayer, Erlangen 1794. [drawn by] Sonoko Suzaki, Klaus Martius, 1989. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 1102.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Schiffer, W.C.
Square piano by W.C. Schiffer, Cologne 1779. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 3725.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schmahl, Johann Matthäus (?)
Square piano by J.M. Schmahl (?), Ulm 1770. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 8.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schmahl, Johann Matthäus (?)
Square piano by J.M. Schmahl (?), Ulm 1770. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 336.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schmidt, Johann
Grand piano action by J. Schmidt, Salzburg 1790. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1968. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MINe 100.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schmidt, Johann Grand piano by J. Schmidt, Salzburg 1793. [drawn by] Robert Brown, 1987. Salzburg: Museum Carolino Augusteum. No. 9.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Silbermann, Gottfried
Grand piano by G. Silbermann, Freiberg 1749. [drawn by] Antoine Léonard, 1984. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 86.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Silbermann, Johann Heinrich
Grand piano action by J.H. Silbermann, Strasbourg 1776. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 12.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Späth & Schmahl
Tangentenflügel action by Späth & Schmahl, Regensburg 1793. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 3400.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stein, Geschwister
Grand piano action by Geschwister Stein, Augsburg c. 1800. [drawn by] H.L. Smith, 1976. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. No. 64.252.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stein, Johann Andreas
Grand piano by J.A. Stein, Augsburg c. 1775. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1978. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5013.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Wagner, Johann Gottlob
Square piano action by J.G. Wagner, Dresden 1788. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1975. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 1174.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Walter, Anton
Grand piano by A. Walter, Vienna c. 1795. [drawn by] Susanne Wittmayer, 1974. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MINe 109.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Walter, Anton
Grand piano by A. Walter, Vienna c. 1795. [drawn by] Karlheinz Hug, 1985. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 539.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Walter, Anton
Grand piano action by A. Walter, Vienna c. 1785. [drawn by] Caroline Montibeller, 1988. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 454.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Walter, Anton
Square piano by A. Walter, Vienna c. 1800. [drawn by] Michel Robin, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.976.3.1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Späth & Schmahl
Tangentenflügel action by Späth & Schmahl, Regensburg 1793. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 3400.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Violins

Anonymous
Violin (brass), anonymous, 17th century. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1955. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2565.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Amati, Andrea
Violin (Charles IX) by A. Amati, Cremona 1564. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1979. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 10.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Amati, Nicola
Violin (Allard) by N. Amati, Cremona 1649. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1978. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 15.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Amati, Antonio & Hieronymus
Violino piccolo by A. & H. Amati, Cremona 1613. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3361.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Cerin, Marco Antonio
Violin by M.A. Cerin, Venice 1792. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3355.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Höss, Rudolph
Violin (earlier a viola d'amore) by R. Höss, Munich 1670. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4381.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Jacobs, Hendrik
Violin by H. Jacobs, Amsterdam 1694. [drawn by] Peter Buitendijk Jr, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 6-1962.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Jacobs, Hendrik
Violin by H. Jacobs, Amsterdam 1698. [drawn by] Peter Buitendijk Jr, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 68-X-1952.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Laurent, Albert & Georges Mougenot
Violin by A. Laurent, Ghent 1913; interior of violin by Georges Mougenot, Brussels 1879. [drawn by] Antoine Léonard. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 3287 & M 575.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Lupot, François
Violin by F. Lupot, Orleans 1772. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.899.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Posch, Antony
Violin by A. Posch, Vienna c. 1750. [drawn by] Benoit Gervais, 1997. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. SAM 564.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [Supplement 2000]

Stainer, Jacob
Violin by J. Stainer, Absam 1645. [drawn by] Christer Skog, Klaus Martius, 1989. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 462.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stradivari, Antonio
Violin by A. Stradivari, Cremona 1683. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1980. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 17.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stradivari, Antonio
Violin (Le Messie) by A. Stradivari, Cremona 1716. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1980. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 18.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Violas

Anonymous
Viola (earlier a viola d'amore), anonymous, 18th century. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1955. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4361.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Amati, Andrea
Viola (Charles IX) by A. Amati, Cremona 1574. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1979. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 11.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Amati, Antonio & Hieronymus
Viola by A. & H. Amati, Cremona 1592. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1979. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 13.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Guarneri, Andrea
Tenor viola by A. Guarneri, Cremona 1664. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3354.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Jacobs, Hendrik
Viola by H. Jacobs, Amsterdam 1688. [drawn by] Peter Buitendijk Jr, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 9-1937.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Mantegaza, Pietro Giovanni
Viola by P.G. Mantegaza, Milan 1793. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3369.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Salo, Gasparo da
Viola by G. da Salo, Brescia late 16th century. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1979. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 12.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Violoncellos

Amati, Andrea
Violoncello by A. Amati, Cremona c. 1570. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3351.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Jacobs, Hendrik
Violoncello by H. Jacobs, Amsterdam 1705. [drawn by] Thomas Griffioen, 1987. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 8-1962.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Jais, Andreas
Violoncello by A. Jais, Tölz 1724. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1970. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 843.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Snoeck, Marcus
Violoncello by M. Snoeck, Brussels 1718. [drawn by] Véronique De Wilde. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1373.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Double bass

Weiss (?)
Quint double bass by Weiss (?), Basel c. 1660. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1975. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5181
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

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Kit

Anonymous
Kit, anonymous, 18th century. [drawn by] J. van Haarlem, 1983. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 137-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Viols

Anonymous
Bass viol, anonymous, Venice 16th century. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1983. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 3.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous ("Franciscus Linarolus")
Tenor viol, anonymous, Venice c. 1580. [drawn by] Benoit Gervais, 1997. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. SAM 66.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Bass viol, anonymous, England 1627. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1956. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2488.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Bass viol, anonymous, Königsberg c. 1700. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1957. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4521.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Amati, Antonio & Hieronymus
Bass viol by A. & H. Amati, Cremona 1611. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1982. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 7.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Bertrand, Nicolas
Pardessus de viole by N. Bertrand, Paris 1714. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1976. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1005.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Bertrand, Nicolas
Bass viol by N. Bertrand, Paris 1687. [drawn by] François Bodart. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 227.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Borbon, Peeter
Bass viol by P. Borbon, Brussels 17th century. [drawn by] François Bodart. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2892.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Brescia, Giovanni Maria da
Treble viol by J.M. da Brescia, 16th century. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1981. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 1.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Busch, Ernst
Violone by E. Busch, Nuremberg first half 17th century. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1963. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 229.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Chéron, Romain
Bass viol by R. Chéron, Paris. [drawn by] Raymond Passauro, Toon Moonen & Fried Manders, 1987. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1432.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Ciciliano, Antonio
Tenor viol by A. Ciciliano, Venice c. 1580. [drawn by] Klaus Martius, 1999. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. SAM 70.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Ciciliano, Antonio
Bass viol by A. Ciciliano, Venice c. 1580. [drawn by] Simone Zopf, 1999. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. SAM 71.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [Supplement 2000]

Ciciliano, Batista
Bass viol by B. Ciciliano. [drawn by] Raymond Passauro. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1425.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Colichon, Michel
Pardessus de viole by M. Colichon, Paris c. 1700. [drawn by] Olav Gorset, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 782.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Guersan, Ludovicus
Pardessus de viole by L. Guersan, Paris 1766. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1970. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4520.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hoffmann, Martin
Bass viol by M. Hoffmann, Leipzig 1688. [drawn by] Magali Traynard, 1983. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 507.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hoskin, John
Treble viol by J. Hoskin, England 1609. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1980. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3986.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Jacobs, Hendrik
Bass viol by H. Jacobs, Amsterdam 1680. [drawn by] Peter Buitendijk Jr, 1987. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 574-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Jaye, Henry
Alto viol by H. Jaye, Southwarke 1629. [drawn by] Jobst Brause, 1990. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 786.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Jaye, Henry
Alto viol by H. Jaye, Southwarke 1667. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1979. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 173-1882.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Jaye, Henry
Bass viol by H. Jaye, Southwarke 1624. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1976. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.73.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (3 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Karp, Johann
Discant viol by J. Karp, Copenhagen 1730. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1976. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. F.343.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Karpp, Gregory
Bass viol by G. Karpp, Königsberg 1693. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1962. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4653.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Lewis, Edward
Bass viol by E. Lewis, London c. 1700. [drawn by] Raymond Passauro. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1431.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Linarol, Francesco
Viol by F. Linarol, Venice c. 1600. [drawn by] Pierre Bohr, 1984. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 66 (8462, C 71).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Linarol, Ventura
Bass viol by V. Linarol, Venice 1582. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 3377.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Norman, Barak
Division viol by B. Norman, London 1692. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1976. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 46.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Norman, Barak
Bass viol by B. Norman, London 1697. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1970. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 168.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set].

Pergette, Hans
Bass viol by H. Pergette, Munich 1599. [drawn by] Aline Oberle, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 6.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Regenspurger, Mathias
Bass viol by M. Regenspurger, Vienna 1682. [drawn by] Ian Watchorn, 1983. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 842.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rombouts, Pieter
Discant viol by P. Rombouts, Amsterdam 1708. [drawn by] Antoine Léonard, 1981. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2885.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rombouts, Pieter
Bass viol by P. Rombouts, Amsterdam 1726. [drawn by] G.J. Manders (Vereniging voor Huismuziek), 1981. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 590-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Rose, John
Bass viol by J. Rose, London 16th century. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1978. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 803-1877.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rose, John
Bass viol by J. Rose, c. 1600. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1978. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 4.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Salo, Gasparo da
Bass viol by G. da Salo, Brescia c. 1580. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1979. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 2.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Vogel, Hans
Violone by H. Vogel, Nuremberg 1563. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 5.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Other bowed instruments

Anonymous
Arpeggione, anonymous, c. 1825. [drawn by] -. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4678.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Arpeggione, anonymous, 1851. [drawn by] Esther Fontana-Gat, 1972. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 940.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Lira da braccio, anonymous, Italy 16th century. [drawn by] François Bodart. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1443.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Blunt, Richard
Lyra viol by R. Blunt, London 1605. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1981. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 6.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Brescia, Giovanni Maria da
Lira da braccio by G.M. da Brescia, Venice 16th century. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1980. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 8.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Kögl, Hans
Baryton by H. Kögl, Vienna 1679. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1971. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4655.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Linarol, Francesco
Lira da braccio by F. Linarol, Venice 1563. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1986. Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum. No. 4203.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Rose, John
Lyra viol by J. Rose, 1598. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1978. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 5.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Tielke, Joachim
Baryton by J. Tielke, Hamburg 1686. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1981. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 115-1865.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Hurdy-gurdies and Keyed Fiddles

Anonymous
Hurdy-gurdy, anonymous. [drawn by] Peter J. Barnes, 1985. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 292.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Hurdy-gurdy, anonymous, Hdlsingland. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1977. Stockholm: Musikmuseet. No. 3.097.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Hurdy-gurdy, anonymous, France 18th century. [drawn by] André Klaassen, 1984. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 422-1933.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Hurdy-gurdy, anonymous ("I.N."), France c. 1750. [drawn by] Lutz Brause, 1990. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 75.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Höfer, Johann Wilhelm
Hurdy-gurdy by J.W. Höfer, Germany 18th century. [drawn by] Magali Traynard, 1983. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 73.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Lasnier, Charenton
Hurdy-gurdy by C. Lasnier, 1851. [drawn by] William Dow, 1974. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MINe 52.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Louvet, Jean
Hurdy-gurdy by J. Louvet, France 18th century. [drawn by] Pierre Jaquier, 1980. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1412.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Varguain
Hurdy-gurdy by Varguain, Paris 18th century. [drawn by] E.R. Turner, 1976. Berkeley: University of California. No. 37832.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Organ hurdy-gurdy, anonymous, France 18th century. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1957. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung. Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2609.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Key-mechanism to silver-drone keyed fiddle, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1977. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. 69/70.8.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Key-mechanism to silver-drone keyed fiddle, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1977. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. 206 178a.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Bows

Anonymous
Bow, anonymous, Vienna (?) c. 1700. [drawn by] Alfons Huber. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 712.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Violin bow, anonymous, France 2nd half 18th century. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. 0199.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with two other French bows). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Bows, anonymous, 18th century. [drawn by] Ian Watchorn, 1987. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 345, MIR 969, MR 985, MIR 993, MIR 1004, MIR 1005.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Bass bow, anonymous, France 2nd half 18th century. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. 0165.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with two other French bows). [Supplement 2000]

Dodd, Edward
Viola da gamba bow and Viola d'amore bow by E. Dodd, London c. 1775. [drawn by] David Kerr, 1991. Oxford: University of Oxford (Bate Collection). No. 930 and no. 931.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Tourte, Louis (aîné)
Violin bow by L. Tourte ainé, Paris 2nd half 18th century. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.406 C.65.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with two other French bows). [Supplement 2000]

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Lutes

Anonymous
Lute, anonymous, Italy. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1979. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 1125-1869.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set]

Anonymous
Lute, anonymous, France 17th century. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1976/1980. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.540.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Lute (in form of a mandola), anonymous, Italy c. 1600. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1976, 1980. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 33 (8436, C 37).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Lute, anonymous ("W.E."), Italy end 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 35 (8438, C 39).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Mandora, anonymous ("W.E."), Italy end 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 37 (8440, C 41).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Mandore, anonymous, Italy (?) 18th century. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1976. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. -.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Lute, anonymous ("W.E."), Italy end 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 39 (8439, C 40).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Alban, Matthias
Chitarrone-belly by M. Alban, Bolzano 1704. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1968. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 908.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Buchenberg, Matheus
Lute by M. Buchenberg, Rome early 17th century. [drawn by] Darryl Martin, 1993. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 3249.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Buechenberg, Matthias
Chitarrone-belly by M. Buechenberg, Rome 1610. [drawn by] Stephen Gottlieb, 1974. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1570.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Burkholtzer, Hans
Lute (Liuto attiorbato) by H. Burkholtzer, Füssen 1596. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 44 (4056, NE 48).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Choc, Christofolo
Lute (Liuto attiorbato) by C. Choc, Venice c. 1630. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1978. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 7756-1862.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Frei, Hans
Lute by H. Frei, Nuremberg 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 29 (8433, C 33).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Frei, Hans
Lute by H. Frei, Nuremberg 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 30 (8434, C 34).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Gerle, Georg
Lute by G. Gerle, Innsbruck 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 31 (4075, A 35).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hartung, Michael
Lute by M. Hartung, Padua 1599. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, Ian Watchorn, 1967, 1982. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 56.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Hartung, Michael
Tenor lute by M. Hartung, Padua 1599. [drawn by] Hans-Joachim Schröder, Juliane Rombach, 1980. Bologna: Museo Civico Medievale. No. 1808.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hartung, Michael
Bass lute by M. Hartung, Padua 1602. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 44.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Harz, Martinus
Arch-lute by M. Harz, 1665. [drawn by] Anthony Edge, 1987. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh (Macaulay Collection). No. 300.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hieber, Giovanni
Lute by G. Hieber, Venice c. 1580. [drawn by] Geert Vermeiren. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1561.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hoch, Cristoffolo
Theorbo by C. Hoch, Venice 16th century. [drawn by] Friedemann Hellwig, 1967. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 55.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hoffmann, Johann Christian
Lute by J.C. Hoffmann, Leipzig 1716. [drawn by] Geert Vermeiren, 1977. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1559.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hoffmann, Johann Christian
Lute by J.C. Hoffmann, Leipzig 1720. [drawn by] Joël Dugot, 1987. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.529.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Hoffmann, Johann Christian
Lute by J.C. Hoffmann, Leipzig 1730. [drawn by] Geert Vermeiren, 1975. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 3188.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hoffmann, Martin
Theorbo by M. Hoffmann, Leipzig c. 1690. [drawn by] Karin Richter, 1979. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 245.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Maler, Laux
Lute by L. Maler, Bologna c. 1550. [drawn by] Karin Richter, 1978. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 54.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Railich, Pietro
Chitarrone-belly by P. Railich, Venice early 17th century. [drawn by] Stephen Gottlieb, 1974. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1569.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Railich, Pietro
Lute by P. Railich, Venice 1644. [drawn by] Pierre Jacquier, 1976. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 45.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Schelle, Sebastian
Theorbo by S. Schelle, Nuremberg 1728. [drawn by] Johannes Loescher, 1990. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 574.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Sellas, Matteo
Theorbo by M. Sellas, Venice c. 1635. [drawn by] Paul Rans, 1983. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 255.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Sellas, Matteo
Lute by M. Sellas, Venice 1639. [drawn by] Renatus Lechner, 1980. Bologna: Museo Civico Medievale. No. 1748.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stegher, Magnus
Bass lute by M. Stegher, Venice 1607. [drawn by] Karin Richter, 1980. Bologna: Museo Civico Medievale. No. 1754.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Tieffenbrucker, Magnus
Chitarrone by M. Tieffenbrucker, Venice c. 1600. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 41 (8444, C 45).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Tieffenbrucker, Magnus
Chitarrone by M. Tieffenbrucker, Venice 1608. [drawn by] Ian Harwood, 1974. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 26.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Tieffenbrucker, Magnus
Lute (Liuto attiorbato) by M. Tieffenbrucker, Venice c. 1600. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. AR 969.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Tieffenbrucker, Magnus
Theorbo by M. Tieffenbrucker, Venice 1610 (altered by J.C. Hoffmann (?), Leipzig c. 1720). [drawn by] Peter Verschuren, Nico van der Waals, David van Edwards 1978. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 555-1933.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Tieffenbrucker, Magnus
Lute by M. Tieffenbrucker, Venice 1612. [drawn by] Bernard von Tucher, 1980. Bologna: Museo Civico Medievale. No. 1753.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Tielke, Joachim
Lute by J. Tielke, Hamburg 1696. [drawn by] Ian Watchorn, 1983. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 394.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Tielke, Joachim
Theorbo by J. Tielke, Hamburg 1718. [drawn by] Ingo Muthesius, 1970. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 5259.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Venere, Wendolin
Lute by W. Venere, Padua 16th century. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 32 (8435, C 36).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Venere, Wendolin
Chitarrrone by W. Venere, Padua 1611. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 43 (8445, C 47).
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Venere, Wendolin
Lute by W. Venere, Venice 1626. [drawn by] Gerhard Söhne, 1979. Vienna: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente. No. 616.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Vinaccia
Mandolin, attributed to Vinaccia, Naples early 18th century. [drawn by] Darryl Martin 1993. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments (Macaulay Collection). No. 303.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Widhalm, Leopold
Lute by L. Widhalm, Nuremberg 1755. [drawn by] Klaus Martius, 1986. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 903.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Guitars

Anonymous
Terz guitar, anonymous., early 19th century. [drawn by] Darryl Martin, 1995. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments (Macaulay Collection). No. 298.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Guitar, anonymous, Italy (?) 17th century. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1975/1979. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.30.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Bernadel, Louis
Guitar by L. Bernadel, Amsterdam c. 1840. [drawn by] Arie Doelman, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 87-1983.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Chappuy, Augustin
Guitar by A. Chappuy, France 18th century. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1955. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4400.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Deleplanque, Gérard J.
Guitar by G.J. Deleplanque, Lille 1761. [drawn by] Geert Vermeiren. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 2915.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Dias, Belchior
Guitar by B. Dias, Lisbon 1581. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1976. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 171.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Fabricatore, Gennaro
Guitar by G. Fabricatore, Naples 1822. [drawn by] Darryl Martin. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 770.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Fabricatore, Gennaro
Guitar by G. Fabricatore, Naples 1822. [drawn by] Darryl Martin, 1992. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments (Macaulay Collection). No. 770.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Grobert
Guitar by Grobert, Paris c. 1820. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1982. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.375.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (6 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Lacôte, René
Guitar by R. Lacôte, Paris c. 1825. [drawn by] Darryl Martin,, 1992. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2521.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Lacôte, René
Guitar by R. Lacôte, Paris c. 1825. [drawn by] Darryl Martin, 1992. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2521.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Lacôte, René
Guitar by R. Lacôte, Paris 1826. [drawn by] Gary Southwell, 1984. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 767.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Pages, Joseph
Guitar by J. Pages, Cadiz 1808. [drawn by] Els Jageneau, 1986. Brussels: Instrumentenmuseum/Musée instrumental. No. M 1542.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Pages, Joseph
Guitar by J. Pages, Cadiz 1811. [drawn by] Lars Törrisen, 1990. Trondheim: Ringve Musikhistorisk Museum. No. 67/10.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Panormo, Louis
Guitar by L. Panormo, London, 2nd quarter of 19th century. [drawn by] Darryl Martin 1995. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 2014.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Sanguino, Francesco
Guitar by F. Sanguino, Seville 1759. [drawn by] Anton Wiegers, 1989. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 372-1933.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Sellas, Matteo
Guitar by M. Sellas, Venice 1614. [drawn by] A. Macaulay, 1987. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh (Macaulay Collection). No. 279.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Sellas, Matteo
Guitar by M. Sellas, Venice 1614. [drawn by] Darryl Martin 1995. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. No. 279
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) (this drawing provides better information about the instrument than the 1987 drawing which appeared in the original micropublication) [Supplement 2000]

Sellas, Matteo
Guitar by Matteo Sellas, Venice 1624. [drawn by] Geesje Liedmeier, 1993. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MIR 860.
1 sheet 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Stauffer, Johan Georg
Guitar by J.G. Stauffer, Vienna c. 1825. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1955. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 4152.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Stradivari, Antonio
Guitar by A. Stradivari, Cremona 1688. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1978. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 41.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Voboam, Jean
Guitar by J. Voboam, Paris c. 1680. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1979. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 32.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Voboam, Jean
Guitar by J. Voboam, Paris 1687. [drawn by] Pierre Abondance, 1982. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1411.
1 sheet + explanatory notes. 1 microfiche (4 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Voboam, Jean
Guitar by J. Voboam, Paris 1699. [drawn by] Anton Wiegers, 1988. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 3-X-1973.
3 sheets. 1 microfiche (3 pict.) [original set].

Voboam, René
Guitar by R. Voboam, Paris 1641. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1981. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 40.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Citterns

Anonymous
Cittern, anonymous, Italy 17th century. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1981. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 32.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Blond, Guillaume le
English guitar by G. le Blond, Dunkirk c. 1780. [drawn by] Arie Doelman, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 116-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Canpi, Gironimo
Cittern by G. Canpi. [drawn by] Ian Harwood, 1974. London: Royal College of Music. No. RCM 48.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Citaraedus, Augustus
Cittern by A. Citaraedus, Urbino 1582. [drawn by] Stephen Barber, 1981. London: Victoria & Albert Museum. No. 392-1871.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Cuypers, Johannes
Cittern by J. Cuypers, The Hague 1764. [drawn by] Arie Doelman, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 7-1958.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Cuypers, Johannes
Cittern by J. Cuypers, The Hague 1768. [drawn by] Arie Doelman, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 110-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Cuypers, Johannes
Cittern by J. Cuypers, The Hague 1782. [drawn by] Arie Doelman, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 36-1983.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Lucas
English guitar by Lucas, London 18th century. [drawn by] J. Donald Warnock, 1970. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 17.1746.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

Salo, Gasparo da
Cittern by G. da Salo, Brescia c. 1560. [drawn by] John Pringle, 1981. Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum (Hill Collection). No. 31.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Cithers

Anonymous
Cithare, anonymous, Germany (?) 17th century. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, P. Jacquier, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1652.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 5 other cithers in 2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Anonymous
Hummel, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1979. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. 77200.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Langspil, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1981. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. NM 35179.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Psalmodikon, anonymous. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1981. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. NM 14.152.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Langeleik, anonymous, Valdres (Norway) 1st. half 19th century. [drawn by] Lards Törissen, 1992. Trondheim: Ringve Musikhistorisk Museum. No. -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Botchakow, Boris
Double cither by B. Botchakow, 1878. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1956. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 205.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Fleurot
Epinette des Vosges by Fleurot, Val d'Ajol c. 1860. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, P. Jacquier, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.447.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 5 other cithers in 2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Hinton, John Richmond
Appalachian dulcimer by J.R. Hinton, c. 1850. [drawn by] -. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 67.12.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Hos, H.H.
Noordse balk by H.H. Hos, Friesland 1847. [drawn by] Arie Doelman, 1986. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Ec 118-X-1952.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Lambert, A.
Epinette des Vosges by A. Lambert, Val d'Ajol c. 1800. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, P. Jacquier, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1829.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 5 other cithers in 2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Pieffort, P.
Epinette des Vosges by P. Pieffort, Paris c. 1900. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, P. Jacquier, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1627.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 5 other cithers in 2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Pieffort, P.
Epinette des Vosges by P. Pieffort, Paris c. 1900. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, P. Jacquier, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.1628.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 5 other cithers in 2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

Susann, J.D.
Bûche des Flandres by J.D. Susann, Flanders 18th century. [drawn by] P. Abondance, M. Robin, P. Jacquier, 1978. Paris: Musée de la Musique. No. E.896.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (together with 5 other cithers in 2 pict.). [Supplement 2000]

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Dulcimers

Anonymous
Dulcimer, anonymous. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1956. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 188.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Dulcimer, anonymous, c. 1700. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1956. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 234.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Dulcimer, anonymous. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1956. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2150.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Dulcimer, anonymous, c. 1800. [drawn by] Olga Adelmann, 1956. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 2152.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Dulcimer, anonymous, America c. 1830. [drawn by] -. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 94.871.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Harps

Anonymous
Harp (gothic), anonymous, first half 16th century. [drawn by] Annette Stein, 1986. Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum. No. MI 59.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set]..

Anonymous
Harp, anonymous, Germany c. 1700. [drawn by] John Koster, 1982. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Collection of Musical Instruments. No. 17.1785 [no. 237].
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Harp, anonymous, Norway c. 1700. [drawn by] Lars Törissen, 1993. Trondheim: Ringve Musikhistorisk Museum. No. RMT 79/24.
4 sheets. 1 microfiche (4 pict.) [original set]..

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Other plucked instruments

Anonymous
Banjo, anonymous, North Carolina late 19th century. [drawn by] -. Washington: National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. No. 65.716.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

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Other instruments

Anonymous
Glass harmonica, anonymous, c. 1800. [drawn by] Horst Rase, 1965. Berlin: Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Musikinstrumentenmuseum. No. 812.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Anonymous
Aeolian harp, anonymous, 19th century. [drawn by] Felix Wolff, 1981. Stockholm: The Stockholm Music Museum. No. -.
1 sheet. 1 microfiche (1 pict.) [original set].

Schretlen, D.
Timpani by D. Schretlen, Leiden c. 1830. [drawn by] Thomas Griffioen, 1987. The Hague: Haags Gemeentemuseum. No. Em 7-1986.
2 sheets. 1 microfiche (2 pict.) [original set].

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Makers Represented and Other Names

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Original Set


"D.O.M. 1652"
"I.N."
"M"
"Onesto Tosi"
"The Galpin"
"W.E."
Aardenberg, Abraham van
Alban, Matthias
Amati, Andrea
Amati, Antonio & Hieronymus
Amati, Nicola
Anciuti, Johannes Maria
Arkel, Rijk van
Astor & Co.
Baffo, Giovanni
Bassano?
Baumann, Joseph
Bernadel, Louis
Bertrand, Nicolas
Beuker, Jan Barend
Beukers, Willem
Beyer, Adam
Birkholz, Wolff
Bizey, Charles
Bland & Weller
Blond, Guillaume le
Blunt, Richard
Boekhout, Thomas
Bologna, Hieronymus de
Borbon, Peeter
Bormann
Botchakow, Boris
Brackley, Charles
Bradbury
Brescia, Giovanni Maria da
Bressan, Peter
Broadwood & Sons, John
Brodmann, Joseph
Buechenberg, Matthias
Bull, Johann Peter
Burkholtzer, Hans
Busch, Ernst
Cahusac Sr, Thomas
Canpi, Gironimo
Celestini, Giovanni
Cerin, Marco Antonio
Chappuy, Augustin
Chéron, Romain
Chevalier
Choc, Christofolo
Christiani, Johannes
Ciciliano, Batista
Citaraedus, Augustus
Clementi & Co.
Colichon, Michel
Collier, Thomas
Couchet, Johannes
Couchet, Joseph Johannes
Cresci, Roberto & Federigo
Cristofori, Bartolomeo
Crone, Johann August
Cuypers, Johannes
De Ban, Jean Marie de
Deleplanque, Gérard J.
Delerablé, Antoine
Delin, Albert
Delusse, Christophe
Denner, Jacob
Denner, Johann Christoph
Dias, Belchior
Dodd, Edward
Donat, Johannes
Drewelwecz, Anton
Drouet, Louis
Dulcken, Johann Daniel
Dulcken, Louis
Dumont
Ehe, Friedrich
Ehe, Isaac
Ehe, Johann Leonhard (III)
Eichentopf, Johann Heinrich
Elsche, Jacobus van den
Embach, Louis
Erard Frères
Fabricatore, Gennaro
Fleischer, Johann Christoph
Floriani, Bartolomeo
Frei, Hans
Fritz, Barthold
Frölich, Johann
Fürst, Balthasar
Gedney, Caleb
Geisler, Christian Gottfried
Gerlach, Johann Christian
Gerle, Georg
Gheerdinck, Artus
Giusti, Giovanni Battista
Godefroy ainé, Clair
Goermans, Jean
Graf, Conrad
Gregory
Grenser, Carl August
Grenser, Johann Heinrich
Grimaldi, Carlo
Grundmann, Jakob Friedrich
Guarneri, Andrea
Guersan, Ludovicus
Hagaerts, Cornelis
Haka, Richard
Hanken, Gerhard
Hannecke, Gerhard
Hartung, Michael
Harz, Martinus
Hass, Hieronymus Albert
Hass, Johann Adolph
Heerde, van
Hemsch, Henri
Hemsing, Barend
Hess, Hendricus Hermanus
Hieber, Giovanni
Hinton, John Richmond
Hitchcock, Thomas
Hoch, Cristoffolo
Höfer, Johann Wilhelm
Hoffmann, Johann Christian
Hoffmann, Martin
Hofmann, Ferdinand
Holtzapffel
Hos, H.H.
Hoskin, John
Höss, Rudolph
Hotteterre
Hubert, Christian Gottlob
Jacobs, Hendrik
Jager, Frederik de
Jais, Andreas
Jaye, Henry
Karp, Johann
Karpp, Gregory
Keene, Stephen
Key, Thomas
Kinsecker, Hieronymus Franziskus
Kirckman, Jacob & Abraham
Kirckman, Jacobus
Kirst, Friedrich Gabriel August
Klotz, Michel
Koch, Stephan
Kodisch, Johann Carl
Kögl, Hans
Kühlewind, Samuel
Lacôte, René
Lasnier, Charenton
Laurent, Albert
Laurent, Claude
Lewis, Edward
Linarol, Francesco
Linarol, Ventura
Lot, Martin
Lot, Thomas
Lucas
Maler, Laux
Mantegaza, Pietro Giovanni
Marius, Jean
Meyer, Meincke & Pieter
Milhouse, Richard
Milhouse, William
Miller, George
Mougenot, Georges
Moussetter
Näser, Gottlieb
Naust
Neale, John
Norman, Barak
Oberlender, Johann Wilhelm
Oesterlein, Johann Christoph
Pages, Joseph
Palanca, Carlo
Pergette, Hans
Pisaurensis, Dominicus
Pohlman, Johannes
Porthaux, Dominique
Potter, Henry
Potter, Richard
Proser
Quantz, Johann Joachim
Raay, Johannes van
Rafi, Claude
Railich, Pietro
Regenspurger, Mathias
Reichard, Adam Ernst
Richters, Frederik
Richters, Hendrik
Rijkel, Coenraad
Rippert
Rombouts, Pieter
Römer, Anton
Roosen, J.
Rose, John
Rose, John Mitchell
Rottenburgh, Jean-Hyacinth-Joseph
Ruckers, Andreas
Ruckers, Johannes
Rudall & Rose
Rudall, Carte & Co
Salo, Gasparo da
Salodiensis, Joseph
Sander, Jan
Sanguino, Francesco
Sax, Charles Joseph
Schelle, Sebastian
Schiedmayer, Johann Christoph Georg
Schiedmayer, Johann David
Schiffer, W.C.
Schmahl, Johann Matthäus (?)
Schmidt, Johann
Schretlen, D.
Schuchart, John
Schuster, Gottfried
Schütze, A.
Sellas, Matteo
Silbermann, Gottfried
Silbermann, Johann Heinrich
Slade, Benjamin
Snoeck, Marcus
Späth & Schmahl
Specken, Philip Jacob
Stainer, Jacob
Stanesby Jr, Thomas
Stanesby Sr, Thomas
Starck, Hieronymus
Stauffer, Johan Georg
Steenbergen, Jan
Stegher, Magnus
Stehlin, Benoist
Stein, Geschwister
Stein, Jean Antrie
Stein, Johann Andreas
Stradivari, Antonio
Streitwolf, Johann Heinrich Gottlieb
Taskin, Pascal
4Terton, Engelbert
Tieffenbrucker, Magnus
Tielke, Joachim
Tölcke, Heinrich Carl
Trasuntinis, Vito de
Trasuntino, Alessandro
Urquhart
Varguain
Vater, Christian
Vaudry, Jean Antoine
Venere, Wendolin
Villars, Paul
Voboam, Jean
Voboam, René
Vogel, Hans
Wagner, Johann Gottlob
Wahlstrom, Andreas
Walter, Anton
Wannenmacher, Christoph
Weiss (?)
White, Thomas
Widhalm, Leopold
Wijne, Robert
Wijne, W.
Willems, Jean Baptiste
Winkel, Diederik Nicolaus
Winnen, Nicolas
Wrede, Herman

Supplement 2000


Aardenberg, Abraham van
Ahlberg & Ohlsson
Anonymous
Anonymous ("C.F.")
Anonymous ("Franciscus Linarolus")
Anonymous (style Richters)
Bertrand, Nicolas
Beuker, Jan Barend
Beukers, Willem
Bizey, Charles
Boekhout, Thomas
Boosey & Co.
Buchenberg, Matheus
Butler
Carandet
Ciciliano, Antonio
Couesnon (?)
Courtois
Courtois, Antoine (?)
Courtois, Auguste (?)
Delusse, Christophe
Distin, Henry (?)
Dupuis
Fabricatore, Gennaro
Fleurot
Fortier
Gautrot (?)
Glen, Thomas (?)
Goujon, Jean Claude
Goujon, Jean Claude & Swanen, Joachim
Grimaldi, Carlo
Grobert
Haas, Johann Wilhelm (?)
Haka, Richard
Halari (?)
Higham, J.
Hoffmann, Johann Christian
Hotteterre
Huschauer, Joseph
Jaye, Henry
Kersten, J.G. (?)
Key, Thomas (?)
Knikker, Johannes van de
Kohler
Kohler (?)
Lacôte, René
Lambert, A.
Lot, Gilles
Lot, Martin
Lot, Thomas
Louvet, Jean
Lupot, François
Naust
Pace, F. (?)
Panormo, Louis
Pieffort, P.
Posch, Antony
Richters, Frederik
Richters, Hendrik
Riedlocker, François
Rippert
Ruckers, Andreas
Rudall Carte & Co. (?)
Scherer
Schnitzer, Anton
Sellas, Matteo
Stanesby Jr., Thomas
Stanesby Sr., Thomas
Steenbergen, Jan
Susann, J.D.
Taylor, J. (?)
Tourte, Louis (aîné)
Villars, Paul
Vinaccia
Voboam, Jean
Walter, Anton
Weidlich, Konrad (?)
Wijne, Robert
Wijne, Willem
Winkings (?)
Wood, Richard & Joseph (?)

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Project Description

by Dr Rob van Acht, Curator of Musical Instruments, Haags Gemeentemuseum
Technical drawings of musical instruments are not only useful to builders but also to musicians, collectors of musical instruments and organologists. The demand for drawings increases steadily from all these quarters. The purpose of the present microfiche publication is to bring together in one place drawings from various instrument collections so that they can be compared and studied. In all, twenty-five major collections and museums in Europe and the U.S.A. gave permission for the use of construction drawings and sheets, plans, etc. that they have made of the musical instruments they hold. The purpose for which the technical drawings listed here were made varies, but they usually include thorough and detailed information about important aspects of the instruments, such as their technical construction, the materials used to build them and their decoration. Also included in the information given is the name of the maker as it appears on each instrument. The name on the instrument is not necessarily the name of the original maker. The name may be unauthentic or the name of a maker who rebuilt or modified the instrument. The editor accepts no responsibility for the attribution of any of the instruments to particular makers, whether they are included in the text or on the instruments. Some of the larger collections or museums have only a limited number of drawings, while others have already produced a great many. Almost all the drawings are full size. The names of the persons who measured and/or drew the instruments are indicated by the words "drawn by" between brackets - [drawn by]. The arbitrary decision has been made to distinguish between "transverse flutes" and "traversos". Transverse flutes, for the purpose of this guide, are so called if they have more than one key. The word "traverso" is reserved for one keyed flutes. Harpsichords are called "double manual" when they are not single manual. Fretted and unfretted clavichords are distinguished by describing the fretted ones with the word "fretted". Two or more entries may occur for one single instrument. This indicates that there are two or more drawings of the same instrument. The producer of these microfiches, MMF Publications and the Haags Gemeentemuseum, accept no responsibility for the authenticity of any of the instruments drawn, or for the accuracy of the drawings that have been made.

Acknowledgments

The Haags Gemeentemuseum and MMF Publications wish to acknowledge with thanks the cooperation of the collections and museums listed above. Without their willingness to help and their kind permission to reproduce their drawings, this international publication project would not have been possible.

Statement on Rights and Permissions

All rights to the drawings contained in the present microfiche collection are reserved to the relevant participating institution. The provenance of each drawing is given in this guide and on the microfiche headers. Reproduction of the microfiches is prohibited. Making photocopies of the drawings from the microfiches or reproduction of the drawings in publications of any sort are prohibited without the express written permission of the relevant institution.

Information on price and availability of individual drawings: from the participating collections.

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First published on the CIMCIM Website 5.7.96; text augmented and updated 10.11.00, minor revisions 25.7.02, 8.7.04, 28.4.10, 25.1.13.