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KEY OF BAROQUE FLUTE.
Key of a Baroque Flute made by P.J. Bressan in London, c1710.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AD.
American advertisement, c1895, for C.G. Conn musical instruments.
Baroque Flute made by P.J. Bressan in London, c1710.
FLUTE, 19th CENTURY.
Line engraving, German, late 19th century.
Germany, young couple relaxing in the Englischer Garten, park in Munich, man playing the flute - Photographer: Gert Kreutschmann - 1973 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
PRINCESS LOUISE (1848-1939).
Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, c1890. Photographer: ullstein - Vintage property of ullstein bild 01039294.
FIFE, 18th CENTURY.
A fife, made of a single piece of wood, 18th century. Line engraving.
An eight keyed flute. Line engraving, 19th century.
U.S. PATENT FLUTE, 1849.
LA GUERRE OF MALOUINES.
The Falklands War 1982 : may 19, 1982 : argentinian soldiers sure of victory before landing of english troops. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
LE PAQUEBOT CANBERRA.
English liner Canberra used from 1961, here in 1982 (used to transport english troops into the war zone of the Falkland Islands). Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
TRAVERSE FLUTE, c1720.
Line engraving by Johann Christoph Weigel of a musician playing a traverse flute, from Weigel's 'Musikalisches Theatrum,' Nuremberg, 1715-1725.
Pan teaching Olympo to play the pipes. Antique sculpture of Roman date.
INDIA: SNAKE CHARMERS,
Snake charmers in India performing with cobras. Wood engraving, English, 1875.
NAPOLEON: RUSSIAN CAMPAIGN.
Cossacks making Boney (Napoleon) dances. Contemporary Russian cartoon.
CIVIL WAR SONGSHEET, 1862.
'Yankee Volunteers Marching Into Dixie': lithograph sheet music cover published at Boston, Massachusetts, in 1862.
DANCE OF DEATH, 1490.
'Four Figures of Death, Playing on Musical Instruments.' Woodcut from the Latin editon of 'The Dance of Death' printed in Paris in 1490 by Guyot Marchand for the publisher Geoffroi de Marnef.
PARIS: BUSKER, c1740.
A Provençal street musician in Paris, France. Engraving, 1875, after an etching by Edmé Bouchardon, c1740.
Line engraving, English, 1773.
Pan blowing his pipe, Echo answering: from an antique Roman oil lamp.
MEISSONIER: FLUTE PLAYER.
The Flute Player. Line engraving after the painting by Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier, c1879.
PYLE: MAY DAY.
'Bringing in the May.' Engraving after a drawing by Howard Pyle, 1887.
AL JOLSON (1886-1950).
American singer. In the film 'Swanee River,' 1939.
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Interior with young flutist, by Cecco del Caravaggio (active ca 1610-1620), oil on canvas, 103x138 cm. Italy, 17th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
Terracotta flutes from Colima State, Mexico. Colima civilization, 3rd-9th Century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
LE NAIN: TWO LITTLE GIRLS.
Two Little Girls in an Interior. Oil.
Detail of a woodcut border from 'Practica Musicae,' by Franchinus Gafurius, Milan, 1496.
ZOUAVES MARCHING, 1861.
The 5th Regiment of New York Zouaves marching up Broadway, New York City, prior to embarking for the South, 23 May 1861. Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS, c1000 A.D.
Bone flute, 32 cm, and a ceremonial knife blade of banded chert, set into a asphaltum and wood handle with wampum bead inlays, 26 cm. From the Canaliño culture of southern California, c1000 A.D.
An Indian Salvation Army band poses with instruments and uniforms. Col. E. J. Parker.
Inca priests offer corn beer to the sun. Ned M. Seidler.
HALS: BOY WITH FLUTE.
Boy with a flute. Oil on canvas by Frans Hals.
FREDERICK II (1712-1786).
Known as Frederick the Great. King of Prussia, 1740-1786. Playing the flute at Sans Souci. Oil on canvas (detail) by Adolph von Menzel.
MOZART: MAGIC FLUTE.
Papageno's aria, from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's manuscript of 'The Magic Flute.'
MEXICO: HAT DANCE.
Mexican party dancing the 'jarabe tapatío' or hat dance. Illustration after an oil painting, 20th century.
NEW YORK: AEOLIAN PLAYER.
Woman operating an Aeolian player piano. Photograph, c1900.
DELHI: SNAKE CHARMERS.
Snake charmers handling the hooded cobra, Delhi, India, stereograph c1903.
SUDAN: FIFE PLAYER, c1910.
Silhouette of a fife player in Sudan. Photograph, c1910.
JORDAN VALLEY: SHEPHERD.
A young shepherd plays a flute to his flock. Photograph, c1928.
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