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INSTRUMENTS FOR JOY - RESEARCH DDO:) MOST POPULAR RE-PINS - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/instruments-for-joy/ - Oriental guitar or lyre  type instrument: Sursanga lute, 19th C, made from Indian wood, pearl & ivory.  Sursanga is one of many Indian lute instruments popular in 19th century. India art features lutes in Ragamala paintings. Richly decorated musical instruments such as this sursanga were often given as gifts & used for display or wall decorations rather than playing music.

Date: 19th century. Geography: India. Culture: Indian. Medium: Wood, pearl, ivory. Dimensions: L. 25 1/2 × W. 8 1/2 in. (64.8 × 21.6 cm). Classification: ...

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19 year old college student, Riley Delton, somewhat ridiculously meets her end when she slips on a banana peel. She thought that that was the end for her, but immediately afterwards she wakes up in some strange forest in the middle of nowhere. It seems that 'The Gods that be' have decided to reincarnate her into a world filled with magic and kingdoms and handsome princes, so that with her knowledge of modern life and society she will be able to speed up this worlds slow development. Of…

Jorieke Rutgers playing her wonderful sounding Swedish nyckelharpa.

Jorieke Rutgers playing her wonderful sounding Swedish nyckelharpa, Fantastic Utrecht medieval festival, Park Transwijk, Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 21, 2010.

"George Cousineau (1733-1800) was one of the leading harp makers of his day, and enjoyed royal patronage as harp-maker in ordinary to Queen Marie Antoinette (1755-1793) from 1775. His harps were usually fitted with seven pedals, like this example, that operated a series of béquilles or double levers which enabled each string to be raised a semi-tone more accurately than had been previously possible."

Pedal-harp, carved, gilded and painted pine, with metal mechanisms, made by Georges Cousineau, France (Paris), 1780s

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Hoy 31 de diciembre, seguro que acabamos la noche (o empezamos el día siguiente) rodeados de música. Así que he decidido traeros un poquito más de música hoy. Seguro que conocéis los típicos instru…