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  • alpenhorn or alphorn
  • althorn or alto horn or tenor horn
  • ballad horn
  • baritone horn
  • bass horn
  • bombardon
  • buccina
  • bugle or bugle horn
  • clarion
  • cornet or cornet-à-pistons
  • cornopean
  • double-bell euphonium
  • E-flat horn
  • euphonium
  • F horn
  • flugelhorn or fluegelhorn or flügelhorn
  • French horn
  • helicon
  • horn
  • hunting horn or corno di caccia
  • key trumpet
  • lituus
  • lur
  • mellophone
  • nyas taranga
  • oliphant
  • ophicleide
  • orchestral horn
  • pocket trumpet
  • post horn
  • sackbut
  • saxcornet
  • saxhorn
  • saxophone or sax
  • saxtuba
  • serpent
  • slide trombone or sliphorn
  • sousaphone
  • tenor tuba
  • tromba
  • trombone
  • trumpet
  • tuba
  • valve trombone
  • valve trumpet
  • Wagner tuba
  • Instruments, Keyboard
  • baby grand
  • cembalo
  • choralcelo
  • clarichord
  • clavichord
  • clavicittern
  • clavicymbal or clavicembalo
  • clavicytherium
  • clavier or klavier
  • concert grand
  • console piano
  • cottage piano
  • couched harp
  • digital piano
  • dulcimer harpsichord
  • fortepiano
  • grand piano
  • hammer dulcimer
  • harmonichord
  • harpsichord
  • lyrichord
  • manichord
  • melodion
  • melopiano
  • monochord
  • muselar virginal
  • pair of virginals
  • parlor grand
  • pedal piano
  • pianette
  • pianino
  • piano
  • pianoforte
  • Pianola™
  • piano-violin
  • player piano or mechanical piano
  • sostinente pianoforte
  • spinet
  • spinet virginal
  • square piano
  • street piano
  • upright or upright piano
  • violin piano
  • virginal
  • Instruments, Percussion
  • afuche
  • anvil
  • bass drum
  • bells
  • block
  • bones
  • bongo drum or bongo
  • carillon
  • castanets
  • celesta
  • chimes
  • Chinese drum
  • clappers
  • clave
  • conga
  • cowbell
  • crash cymbal
  • cymbals or potlids
  • drumhead
  • drumskin
  • finger cymbals
  • floor tom
  • gamelan
  • glockenspiel
  • gong
  • guiro
  • hand drum
  • handbells
  • highhat cymbal
  • idiophone
  • kettledrum
  • lithophone
  • lyra
  • maraca
  • marimba
  • mbira or kalimba
  • membranophone
  • metallophone
  • mirliton
  • mridanga
  • musical glasses or glass harmonica
  • musical saw
  • nagara
  • naker
  • orchestral bells
  • rain stick
  • rattle
  • rattlebones
  • ride cymbal
  • side drum
  • sizzler
  • snappers
  • snare drum
  • spoons
  • steel drum
  • tabor
  • tambourine
  • tam-tam
  • temple block
  • tenor drum
  • thumb piano
  • timbale
  • timbrel
  • timpani
  • tintinnabula
  • tom-tom or tom-tom drum
  • tonitruone
  • triangle
  • troll-drum
  • tubular bells
  • tympan
  • vibraphone or vibraharp or vibes
  • war drum
  • woodblock
  • xylophone
  • xylorimba

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