Cittern The Cittern (also called cither or cithern) is played by plucking the strings with the fingers or with a plectrum. During the 16th century the Cittern is second in popularity only to the Lute. It has a flat back, fretted fingerboard and a variable number of strings.
Common Ground : Button Accordion One of the family of accordions which developed in the late nineteenth century, the button accordion is an adaptation of the older and more basic melodeon.
Musical Instrument Encyclopedia This Multimedia Instrument Encyclopedia is a student project constructed for entertainment and educational purposes. To listen to an instrument click "Play It" when it appears under a picture.
MusicKids We specialize in Children's Musical Instruments & Toys, Accessories, Books, Videos and More!
Noisy Toys Noisy Toysis the little store with the big selection of hand drums, percussion toys, kids drums and lots of unique noise makers.
Orchestore Here at Orchestore, we believe that most popular toys and video games do little to foster the inherent creativity every child has. We're dedicated to providing parents with the resources they need to nurture their child's creativity through playing music, together.
Playmusic Fun sit for kids to learn about the orhestra instruments and listen to the instrument sounds.
The Universe of Bagpipes Oliver Seeler's web site has information, history, sounds and much more about the Universe of Bagpipes.
The Wheatstone English Concertina - Neil Wayne This document was first published in the Journal of the Galpin Society. Written by Neil Wayne, it traces the history of the Concertina, invented by Charles Wheatstone around 1829 or 1830.
Toy Pianos Hand made wooden toy pianos from the world leader in toy pianos. Piano for Toddlers. Ages 1 to 5.