The history of bass string instruments such as the viola da gamba, violone, and double bass, along with their performance practices and iconography.
Describes shawms, curtals, oboes, and bassoons made by Robert H. Cronin.
Information on its history, articles, art, music, recordings, players, composers, and builders.
Private collection of music instruments with pictures, sound samples, history, and functional description.
Build a cornemuse in 1.5 hours, from an archived discussion from the Musical Instrument Makers Forum.
Descriptions of instruments used for dance music during the renaissance, illustrated with period drawings.
A museum in Scotland open to the public contains 1000 items including stringed, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments from Britain, Europe, and distant lands.
Information on the 17th century cornetto, performance with His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, manufacture of cornetti and other instruments by Christopher Monk Instruments, and instruction at the Royal College of Music in London.
A dictionary to provide the music lover with a reasonable amount of information about period instruments.
A description of the Dulcian or Curtal, which is the renaissance predecessor of the bassoon.