Name HURDY GURDY  Classification Chordophones  'Other name' Entry name: Hurdy gurdy   Vernacular: Viele la roux   Vernacular: Vielle a Roue  'Culture group' French  'Culture group place' France  Description:  Ovoid wood body, flat face, rounded back. Raised integral neck with 6 strings 10 ivory stops braid carry strap metal swing handle at base.  'Associated date' Approx. 19th century AD popularity

Name HURDY GURDY Classification Chordophones 'Other name' Entry name: Hurdy gurdy Vernacular: Viele la roux Vernacular: Vielle a Roue 'Culture group' French 'Culture group place' France Description: Ovoid wood body, flat face, rounded back. Raised integral neck with 6 strings 10 ivory stops braid carry strap metal swing handle at base. 'Associated date' Approx. 19th century AD popularity

Name BEATERS   TIMBILA BEATERS  Classification Idiophones  'Other name' Entry name: Timbila beaters  'Culture group' Zambian  'Culture group place' Zambia  Description:  Short wooden handle with composition head, disc shaped head at one end.

Name TIMBILA Classification Idiophones 'Other name' Entry name: Xylophone 'Culture group' Zambian 'Culture group place' Zambia Description: 9 wooden keys on parallel frame supported on trestle with crossed legs holding gourd resonators on underside

Name ACCORDION  Classification Aerophones  'Other name' Accordion  'Culture group' French?  'Culture group place' France  Description:  Wooden handles with textile bellows, mother of pearl touches and brass keys.  'Associated date' Manufacture 1850

Name ACCORDION Classification Aerophones 'Other name' Accordion 'Culture group' French? 'Culture group place' France Description: Wooden handles with textile bellows, mother of pearl touches and brass keys. 'Associated date' Manufacture 1850

Name HARP   DITAL HARP\ HARP LUTE  Classification Chordophones  'Other name' Entry name: Dital harp/ Harp lute  'Culture group' English  'Culture group place' England  Description:  Rectangular body with rounded back integral arms support 11 strings, 6 on fingerboard on one arm 11 tuning keys soundhole in body  'Associated date' Approx 1810 AD

Name HARP DITAL HARP\ HARP LUTE Classification Chordophones 'Other name' Entry name: Dital harp/ Harp lute 'Culture group' English 'Culture group place' England Description: Rectangular body with rounded back integral arms support 11 strings, 6 on fingerboard on one arm 11 tuning keys soundhole in body 'Associated date' Approx 1810 AD

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