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Viola d'amore, 18th century Johannes Florenus Guidantus (Italian) Bologna, Italy

Italien, Verona Hersteller: John D'Andrea Lyre 1511

Satsuma Biwa Mamoru Ohashi (1953 - ) Date: 1996 Geography: Ogasa, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan Medium: Wood, lacquer, nylon Dimensions: H. 37¼ in (94.5 cm), W. 13¾ in (35 cm), D. 13 in. (33 cm) Classification: Chordophone-Lute

Lira da braccio by Giovanni d'Andrea, Verona, Italy, 1511 {Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Collection of Ancient Musical Instruments}

Lute (Hasapi)  19th–early 20th century  CultureToba Batak people  Indonesia, Sumatra  Wood, fiber

Lute (Hasapi) 19th–early 20th century CultureToba Batak people Indonesia, Sumatra Wood, fiber

Viola dAmore made by Johann Stephan Thumhart, spruce and maple wood, 1783, made in Straubing, Germany.

Serpent Forveille in B-flat Forveille 1825 Paris, Wood and Leather

Orgelpositiv (Positiv Organ) in the Museum of Musical Instruments of the University of Leipzig