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Mandolin by John D’Angelico (American, 1905–1964)  Mandolin, ca. 1925  Spruce, Brazilian rosewood, celluloid, tortoiseshell; 8 1/4 x 6 x 24 1/2 in. (21 x 15.2 x 62.2 cm)  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, The Jonathan & Faye Kellerman Foundation Gift, 2007 (2007.456)

Neapolitan bowlback mandolin made by John D'Angelico. The instrument has a wide-grained spruce top with an inlaid tortoiseshell pickguard decorated with a large flower in the center and wreath-type scrolls to each side

English guitar      Place of origin:      Lisbon, Portugal (made)     Date:      ca. 1780 (made)     Artist/Maker:      da Silva, Jaco Vieira (maker)

English guitar

English guitar Place of origin: Lisbon, Portugal (made) Date: ca. 1780 (made) Artist/Maker: da Silva, Jaco Vieira (maker)

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I would love to learn to play the Fiddle and the Banjo. I love Bluegrass music!

1770 Italian (Treviso) Mandolin at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1770 Italian (Treviso) Mandolin at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Mandobass

Mandobass

*Tanjore tambura (male), early 19th century. India Gourd, wood, metal, bone

Tanjore Tāmbūra (male)

Cittern (English guitar)

1770 English Cittern at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Citterns date back to the Renaissance. However, in England, they continued to be used for casual music-making well into the century.

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