Mahogany chamber organ (barrel organ), inscribed 'Broderip and Wilkinson'. Dated between 1789-1808. This organ operates like a music box. There is storage for four barrels and each barrel had a number of tunes. If the barrel were to be moved a fraction either way a new tune could be played.
Introduced into Britain in 1767, this early 19th century square table piano can be seen and heard in the Long Drawing Room, Culzean Castle. Maker: John Hingston, Fitzroy Square, London. Has removable legs and can be placed on a tabletop. Employs the short octave system.
Early 19th century gilded satinwood harp. Maker: Erards, London. Incription reads 'Maker to the royal family his most Christian majesty, the King of France and HIM Emperor of all the Russias'. 'Dated 1811'. 'Sebastian Erards. Patent N3106, 18 Great Marborough Street, London'.