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Archlute | Choc, Cristoforo | V&A Search the CollectionsArchlute  Place of origin: Venice (city), Italy (made)  Date: ca. 1650 (made)  Artist/Maker: Choc, Cristoforo (maker)  Materials and Techniques: Pine soundboard, ivory purfling (bordering), rosewood and ivory ribs, with ebony and ivory veneer front of neck and ivory and snakewood marquetry back of neck  Museum number: 7756-1862  Gallery location: On loan

Archlute

Archlute | Choc, Cristoforo | V&A Search the CollectionsArchlute Place of origin: Venice (city), Italy (made) Date: ca. 1650 (made) Artist/Maker: Choc, Cristoforo (maker) Materials and Techniques: Pine soundboard, ivory purfling (bordering), rosewood and ivory ribs, with ebony and ivory veneer front of neck and ivory and snakewood marquetry back of neck Museum number: 7756-1862 Gallery location: On loan

Guitar - Maker: Joachim Tielke (German, 1641–1719), Date: ca. 1695–99, Geography: Hamburg, Germany, Culture: German, Medium: Wood, ivory, ebony. Classification: Chordophone-Lute-plucked-fretted

Guitar - Maker: Joachim Tielke (German, 1641–1719), Date: ca. 1695–99, Geography: Hamburg, Germany, Culture: German, Medium: Wood, ivory, ebony. Classification: Chordophone-Lute-plucked-fretted

1700 German (Hamburg) Bell cittern (back view) at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The bell cittern or cithrinchen, as it is known in Germany, was a smaller version of the cittern, a popular instrument associated with taverns and barbers' shops, and it enjoyed a vogue from about 1650 until 1720. It was either strummed with a plectrum or played with fingers like a baroque guitar, the latter practice being widespread in Holland."

Bell cittern

1700 German (Hamburg) Bell cittern (back view) at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The bell cittern or cithrinchen, as it is known in Germany, was a smaller version of the cittern, a popular instrument associated with taverns and barbers' shops, and it enjoyed a vogue from about 1650 until 1720. It was either strummed with a plectrum or played with fingers like a baroque guitar, the latter practice being widespread in Holland."

Lute, Italy, 1550 The Victoria & Albert Museum {omgthatartifact} Lashof Violins

Lute, Italy, 1550 The Victoria & Albert Museum {omgthatartifact} Lashof Violins

César Arias

César Arias

Sixtus Rauchwolff (German, Augsburg 1556–1619). Lute, 1596. Wood, various other materials. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Joseph W. Drexel, 1889 (89.2.157). #MetMusic

Sixtus Rauchwolff (German, Augsburg 1556–1619). Lute, 1596. Wood, various other materials. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Joseph W. Drexel, 1889 (89.2.157). #MetMusic

Archlute        Place of origin:        Venice, Italy (made)      Date:        1637 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Sellas, Matteo (makers)      Materials and Techniques:        Scrolled marquetry ebony and ivory veneering, engraved ivory plaques, ebony stringing, planed pine

Archlute

Archlute Place of origin: Venice, Italy (made) Date: 1637 (made) Artist/Maker: Sellas, Matteo (makers) Materials and Techniques: Scrolled marquetry ebony and ivory veneering, engraved ivory plaques, ebony stringing, planed pine

Lira, ca. 1890  Greece  Wood, tortoiseshell, ivory;  The lira is a descendant of the rebec, a bowed folk and minstrel instrument of the late Middle Ages. The ancient type survives in Greece and other countries of the southern Balkans, but rarely as elaborately decorated as this one. Shown here without a bow, this lira has a reconstructed bridge.

Lira, ca. 1890 Greece Wood, tortoiseshell, ivory; The lira is a descendant of the rebec, a bowed folk and minstrel instrument of the late Middle Ages. The ancient type survives in Greece and other countries of the southern Balkans, but rarely as elaborately decorated as this one. Shown here without a bow, this lira has a reconstructed bridge.

Early Musical Instruments, antique Romantic Guitar by Gennaro Fabricatore dated 1828

Early Musical Instruments, antique Romantic Guitar by Gennaro Fabricatore dated 1828

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