Smithsonian Musical Instrument Collection

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The Musical Instruments Museum (MIM) (French: Musée des instruments de musique, Dutch: Muziekinstrumentenmuseum) is a music museum in central Brussels, Belgium.It is part of the Royal Museums for Art and History and internationally renowned for its collection of over 8,000 instruments.

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Save for one standout: the Smithsonian’s Arts and Industries Building, which, until this summer. in the museum were George Washington’s uniform and sword, skeletons, musical instruments and a.

The Museum of Musical Instruments (MoMI) is the world’s first virtual museum that features the finest musical instrument collections, including some of the best examples from the 19th and 20th century.

Since 1976, the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society’s exhibitions, concerts, tours, broadcasts, recordings and educational programs have brought the Smithsonian’s priceless collection of musical instruments to life for hundreds of thousands in the Washington area.

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These were “mono,” or one-channel, music systems. With mono, all sounds and instruments were mixed together. shows listeners how new stereo technology operates. (From the collection of Janet.

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The Smithsonian’s regents have asked a team of Smithsonian. headdresses and an extensive collection of musical instruments including elaborately carved drums, an ivory trumpet, an Ethiopian harp.

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It’s taken a village to raise the musical child “CitySpeaks,” a multimedia. which is in the Putnam Museum’s collection. Because it is considered by the Putnam a “Smithsonian National Treasure,”.

When they eventually made their way through the 60,000 exhibits to the Chinese display, they were treated to teapots and tobacco, fabrics and musical instruments. 1889,” reads the Museum’s.

Unfortunately for Smith, stumbling across an old violin in a grandparent’s attic is a cliche, appraisers and musical instrument experts. out for themselves the authenticity of their instruments.

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Tonight, Tom Cavanagh, the lanky "Ed" actor with the skeptical. It is a thrill for me. Then we go to the collection of musical instruments and there I am with the chamber musicians playing a.

The Museum of Musical Instruments (MoMI) is the world’s first virtual museum that features the finest musical instrument collections, including some of the best examples from the 19th and 20th century.

When I wake up, I go through my music collection to find the music I feel like hearing. some “small musics” are —in the words of former Smithsonian Folkways director Tony Seeger—“being disappeared”.

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The koto (Japanese: 琴) is a Japanese stringed musical instrument derived from the Chinese zheng, and similar to the Mongolian yatga, the Korean gayageum, and the Vietnamese đàn tranh.The koto is the national instrument of Japan. Koto are about 180 centimetres (71 in) length, and made from kiri wood (Paulownia tomentosa).They have 13 strings that are usually strung over 13 movable bridges.

Many performances of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society presented over the past 18 years have involved the use of instruments from the NMAH collection; in fact, we are acknowledged leaders in the.

As with all Smithsonian museums and the. to the students of the adjoining Brussels Royal Music Conservatory. More recently, the museum attracts visitors with both its outstanding collection of.

Welcome to the Lightner Museum, the self-described ‘Smithsonian of the South. Also here on the first floor are some oddball mechanical marvels and some musical instruments, which are played at 11am.

and with members of the Aeolus and Left Bank Quartets at the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society on the Stradivarius and Amati instruments of the Smithsonian Collection. Jennifer has recorded for the.

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The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Museum. At his previous job at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Chan had been exposed a large collection of early electronic musical instruments from the.

Skorton, a specialist in congenital heart disease, will be the first medical doctor to lead the Smithsonian. s in the collection. And maybe even more importantly to me, personally, to hear.

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A half dozen outside curators, including those of the Met, the Smithsonian and the University. Margaret Downie Banks, the senior curator of musical instruments at the South Dakota museum, said its.

As with all Smithsonian museums and the. to the students of the adjoining Brussels Royal Music Conservatory. More recently, the museum attracts visitors with both its outstanding collection of.

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He would go out and ride on it with the kids.” For many years, the Smithsonian kept its collection of musical instruments, including violins by Stradivarius, locked safely behind glass. ”Take the.

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