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If the instrument you want added is not listed below, please add it.  If the instrument is already listed, please add the applicable release(s) to that listing.  In either case, please supply as much information about the instrument as possible.  Please also search the [http://musicbrainz.org/edit/relationships/link_attrs.html Instrument list] to make sure it is not already there under a different name.
 
 
 
When a proposed instrument has been added on the server, it's info will be moved to the Recently Added section of this page.
 
 
 
==Proposed Instrument List==
 
 
 
=== '''5-string fiddle''' ===
 
** ''AKA: 5-string violin'' 
 
** ''Description:''
 
*** [http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/timsviolins/5_violin.htm Tim Phillips] says "Made to be tuned with a low C then G D A E, these 5 string violins have normal violin string length and spacing, so they are played like a normal violin."
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6e2bcc18-0703-4280-80cd-6ec930dba01b|The Desperate Battle of the Birds]] credits [[Artist:d3ec4762-29f8-4e1f-bd55-f9d00d718ced|Patsy Reid]] for "5-string fiddle, violin, viola and vocals"
 
*** ''Release 2:'' Played by [[wikipedia:Brittany_Haas|Brittany Haas]] of [[Artist:4c3ebc7c-020e-4d9d-a5df-264c72025ee2|Crooked Still]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' Played by [[Artist:1a14063c-9dca-48d5-98c3-89748c74562b|Ricky Skaggs]] on [[Release:326f6e60-0e06-4832-a7d0-7b6017092d53|Blue Kentucky Girl]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Accordina''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' it's a free reed musical instrument like the accordion or harmonica, [http://www.accordinas.com/index.php?lg=1&rbq=1|see more information]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Free reed
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:204db5f6-b20b-4060-90db-6557d0fd2c14|Le Jaseur boréal]] 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Afoxé''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Afoxé|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a gourd (cabaça) wrapped in a net in which beads or small plastic balls are threaded, shaken to be played
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Agogô''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Agogô|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of bell
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:a42d8a45-81f8-48a3-81a6-6c80080f5f83|Toxygene]] - Track #4 (Curtis Watts)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Apito''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Arco Bass''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Archlute''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''  Arciliuto (Italian); Erzlaute (German); Архилютня (Russian)
 
** ''Description:''  The archlute  is a European plucked string instrument developed around 1600 as a compromise between the very large theorbo, the size and re-entrant tuning of which made for difficulties in the performance of solo music, and the Renaissance  tenor lute, which lacked the bass range of the theorbo. Essentially a tenor lute with the theorbo's neck-extension, the archlute lacks the power in the tenor and the bass that the theorbo's large body and typically greater string length provide.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:c02864b4-1feb-4ce4-9d05-4a4b69bb1a20|Sonatas For Violoncello (Anner Bylsma, violoncello)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Ashiko''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ashiko|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of drum played with the hands
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Backpacker guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA: Martin Backpacker guitar'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:08f39fa9-c805-4ff6-a43f-83fa1790bcd5|A Place in the World]] (John Jennings, tracks 3 and 8)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Backwards electric guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:280704d8-b54c-4668-b640-1c1c9469a4ed|Not Too Late]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Adam Levy is credited playing backwards electric guitars on [[Release:280704d8-b54c-4668-b640-1c1c9469a4ed|Not Too Late]]. Is this really a separate instrument? :-S -- [[User:Prodoc|Prodoc]] 15:20, 08 March 2008 (UTC)
 
**** Honestly, I highly doubt it. He's probably just playing it behind his back/head, reversed, on in some other strange way. Or perhaps it's a left-hand guitar. I don't know. But I doubt it warrants an instrument listing on its own. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 00:27, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Balalaika double bass''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''  contrabass balalaika
 
** [[WikiPedia:Balalaika|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:7381494e-5113-4ede-922e-d216cab3fa9a|Dark Ages]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:e30296b2-8575-4b0d-b8be-62f3da1b01ef|Le Pop]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Vitaly Hrenov is credited playing Balalaika double bass on [[Release:7381494e-5113-4ede-922e-d216cab3fa9a|Dark Ages]]. I don't know this instrument at all so I don't know if the 'double bass' aspect is default for this instrument or not. If it isn't, should we include it as a separate instrument? -- [[User:Prodoc|Prodoc]] 15:20, 08 March 2008 (UTC)
 
**** You provided the link to Wikipedia and still didn't read the article? Double bass would correspond to the contrabass tuning. Just use balalaika for now and record the tuning in the [[Sub Optimal Credits|SubOptimalCredits]]. Tunings will most likely be added as a separate attribute. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 00:27, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Bandoneon''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' [[wikipedia:Bandone%C3%B3n|Description in Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** This is popular instrument in tango. Look for example on Last.fm [http://www.lastfm.pl/tag/bandoneon tag] and check an [http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/002-3631332-0123230?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=bandoneon&x=0&y=0 Amazon]. -- Levittoux
 
**** This instrument is currently included, and this entry should probably be removed.
 
***** Not sure who left the above, but Bandoneon is not found anywhere in the [[Advanced Instrument Tree]], so I'm not sure how it is thus "currently included"???  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 18:51, 06 March 2009 (UTC)
 
******Include in Free reed section as Bandoneón [[Fabe56]].
 
 
 
=== Banjolin ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' [[wikipedia:Banjolin|Description in Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:cbc97377-05f3-4011-a8fa-0aaa1ca9ffd1|Feels Like Home]] (track 1, credited as banjo)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Baroque Trumpet''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Natural Trumpet 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Baroque_trumpet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''  A brass instrument used in the 16th through 18th centuries, or a modern replica of a period instrument.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Trumpet
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:973e5bc7-67a7-4ad9-8388-34a5090d7484|The James Bowman Collection (James Bowman and The King's Consort)]] in track 20
 
*** ''Release 2:''  [[release:ba27b983-1076-4d12-b8e2-3138a1b17361|Fiori Musicali: Three Organ Masses]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''  [[release:b3e8e259-6fe6-4b8e-9d37-e7b7a98e72d1|His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts: Grand Tour]] (played by David Staff: see CD sleeve linked at http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/al.asp?al=CDH55344)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' See also [[Wikipedia:Natural_trumpet|Wikipedia]]
 
 
 
=== '''Barrel Organ''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Barrel_organ|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Bass Harp''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Bass Harmonica
 
** ''Description:''
 
*** [http://www.contrabass.com/pages/bassharp.html Bass Harmonica]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d836be8b-df5b-4617-ab90-1c6e2f340e00|Freche Tattoos auf blutjungen Bankiers]] on track 13
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Bass Synthesizer''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Bass Synth, Synth Bass
 
** ''Description:''
 
*** [[WikiPedia:Synthesizer#Bass_synthesizer|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Synthesizer
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f762be10-8d45-484b-8f9b-7892f5c168f1|Sevilla]] on tracks 1 and 2
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Batá drum''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Batá_drum|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list, spelled as "Bata" at Discogs  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Bellowphone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Blaster Beam''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Bowed Piano''' ===
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Keyboard? Strings?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:944528f7-9f56-4e7f-8483-d571248039d8|Sculptures Musicales, Twenty-Six with Twenty-Nine, Twenty-Six with Twenty-Eight & Twenty-Nine, Eighty]] ('piano' should be 'bowed piano')
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
 
 
=== '''Box / Sruti Box''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Sruti_box|Wikipedia]][http://www.shrutibox.com/ Sruti Box]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Keyboard?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:8f5e1348-16b2-4777-a2d6-5f75338289dc|The Complete Songs of Robert Burns, Volume 3]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:19f02d8c-5226-48e5-9f90-503691cd01e6|This Earthly Spell]] (Sruti Box)
 
*** ''Release 3:''  [[release:a1d160c1-572d-4aea-adfa-c6d91a26a6f7|Afinke Machine]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''  [[release:f3d9c5fa-3623-4177-a6dc-30241adda250|World Library of Folk and Primitive Music: India]]
 
*** ''Release 5:''  [[release:bbaae02b-36bf-4668-b027-c6b94cd755d2|Natural Elements]]
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Some tracks on [[release:8f5e1348-16b2-4777-a2d6-5f75338289dc|The Complete Songs of Robert Burns, Volume 3]] credit a musician with "Box", which from the sound is a kind of accordion (see edits [[Edit:7546921|7546921]] & [[Edit:7547611|7547611]]). Since other tracks on the same releases credit that same musician with "accordion", it seems that "box" is intended to refer to a specific instrument rather than it simply being a generic name for an accordion. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
**** Looks like this may also be a [[WikiPedia:Sruti_box|Sruti Box]] (also [http://www.shrutibox.com/ http://www.shrutibox.com/]), and Indian harmonium-like instrument (see [[Edit:8704118|8704118]]). -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 21:00, 30 April 2008 (UTC)
 
**** Actually, a box ''is'' most often used as a generic term for double (or single (or, in rare instances, triple)) rowed button accordions (which are, AFAIK, always diatonic). -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 17:41, 05 May 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
** [http://bugs.musicbrainz.org/ticket/5536 Ticket for instrument addition]
 
 
 
=== '''Buk''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Buk_(drum)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Korean drum played with one hand and one stick
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Bullroarer''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Byzaanchi''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Caixa''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.tdsounds.co.uk/index.php?cName=drums-and-instruments-caixa-de-guerra Caixa]
 
** ''Description:'' a Brazilian snare drum used in samba music
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Cavaquinho''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Caxixi''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Caxixi|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an African drum, seems to be played both as a shaker and a hand drum?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Chamber Organ''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Órgano_de_cámara|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The chamber organ is a little organ belonging to the keyboard instruments family, suitable for use in private salons. This type of instruments have normally no more than 10 registers.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Keyboard
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:973e5bc7-67a7-4ad9-8388-34a5090d7484|The James Bowman Collection (James Bowman and The King's Consort)]] on tracks 17 and 19
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:9252c575-b90d-48b8-964a-4112f6662593|Andreas Scholl: Vivaldi (Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, conductor: Paul Dyer, counter-tenor: Andreas Scholl)]] on tracks 24-29
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:b3e8e259-6fe6-4b8e-9d37-e7b7a98e72d1|His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts: Grand Tour]] (played by Timothy Roberts)
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Chanter''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Chanzy''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Charango''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Charango|wiki:WikiPedia:Charango]]
 
** ''Description:'' small stringed instrument of the lute family
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:98b516fd-81a4-419b-a569-f70e3fa7fca6|C'est la mer...]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:1c3210cc-b5ec-4d72-81c8-cf147d7af271|Björn Afzelius & Mikael Wiehe]], track 8
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Ching''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ching|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Chinese finger cymbals
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Chitarra battente''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' [[wikipedia:Chitarra_battente|Description in Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[track:055a0ca9-e772-46da-aa4b-ef8bd563398e|track]] in [[release:06e67626-64f4-48b2-993a-25cff32fd070|tribute to Dead Can Dance]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Cimbalom''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Clàrsach''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Clàrsach|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Specific type of Irish folk harp
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' Used on several volumes of the [[Label:71950b39-d1af-49a1-b225-982f29f83d90|Linn Records]]' The Complete Songs of Robert Burns collection
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** (see [[Edit:7509716|7509716]], [[Edit:7546873|7546873]], [[Edit:7593423|7593423]], ...). -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
**** A "clàrsach" and an Irish harp are the same, the only difference is whether the instrument or player or tune is from Ireland or Scotland. Which, IMHO, isn't enough to warrant its own entry. (And [http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=R9AfTvBcV_4 I play one], so I should be as eager as anyone to have as much granularity as possible in this area!) I'd support renaming "Irish harp" to "Irish harp / Clàrsach" though. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 18:40, 05 May 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Computer''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** We have "programming"? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Anglo concertina''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Anglo-German concertina
 
** [[WikiPedia:Concertina#Anglo_concertina|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' the Anglo or Anglo-German concertina is historically a hybrid between the English and German types of concertinas. The button layouts are generally the same as the original 20-button German concertinas designed by Uhlig in 1834.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Free-reed aerophone
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:32d73691-bf1a-4b22-a6c2-6bfdac8652c5|Sharp Practice]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:d56914db-373d-43a5-9113-c574fd1f6727|Fenlandia]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''English concertina''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Concertina#English_concertina|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a fully chromatic instrument having buttons in a rectangular arrangement of four staggered rows.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Free-reed aerophone
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:32d73691-bf1a-4b22-a6c2-6bfdac8652c5|Sharp Practice]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:d56914db-373d-43a5-9113-c574fd1f6727|Fenlandia]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Cor Anglais''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** The instrument "English Horn" is listed as a sub-category of "Oboe". I have sometimes used this for Cor Anglais credits - but this doesn't seem right.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Cuíca''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Cuíca|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Brazilian friction drum used in samba music
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:32356980-5e9d-47c2-9374-91f06c119491|The Ultimate Adventure]] on track 9, 10, 11
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** More appearances listed on Wikipedia  -- [[User:Mr_maxis|mr_maxis]]
 
 
 
=== '''Cümbüş''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Cümbüş|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' 
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** I am not sure what the English word is, but Wikipedia also list it as Cümbüş and I never heard another saying for it. Many Turkish folk songs includes it. --[[User:syserror|syserror]]
 
 
 
=== '''Daegeum''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Dhol''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Dhol|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an Indian and Pakistani barrel drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Dictaphone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Dictaphone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Speech playback device
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Vocoder?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:af69487a-b955-4fb9-87cd-6c17e87f86bf|Snake Charmer]] Holger Czukay on tracks 1,3 & 5
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dictaphone.  -- [[drsaunde|drsaunde]]
 
 
 
=== '''Domra''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Domra|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a long-necked Russian string instrument of the lute family with a round body and three or four metal strings
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e30296b2-8575-4b0d-b8be-62f3da1b01ef|Le Pop]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:33004280-a100-4ee3-adf8-bd6c50a9d34c|På väg]] has primdomra, altdomra and tenordomra (all mentioned in the Wikipedia article) on track 2
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Doshpuluur''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Toshpuluur
 
** [[WikiPedia:Doshpuluur|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a plucked, banjo-like, long-necked lute used in the Tuva region of Mongolia. 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Double-reed Slide Music Stand''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' An oboe read crossed with a music stand into a funky slidebar instrument.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Used by, who else, PDQ Bach. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Drone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other? Winds?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** Is this an actual instrument of its own, or just generic droning (which can be done on most melody instruments)? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
**** I'm not sure - Discogs gives no description for this one, I'll have to try to dig it out of their change notes if they mean as you describe, if they perhaps mean a tanpura, or if they mean something else.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:46, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Drum Programming''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** We have "Drum Machine" and "Programming". Perhaps "programmed" should be abstracted to become equal to "performed"? Ie., with its own instrument list? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
**** Would seem to make sense, as well with regards to the "Computer" listing below - I can think of at least one case where "computer" would perhaps be both credited for (pre-)programming, as well as the composer then using the various programmed compositions as 'instruments' during a live performance.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 12:03, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
***** I was going to second this suggestion but we already have the '{additionally} programmed {instrument on}' AR ;-) -- [[User:Prodoc|Prodoc]] 21:09, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Dulcimer''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:2d6fd13e-12b5-4c14-95f0-315acce12ebb|Fantasia Lindum]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** We already have Appalachian dulcimer (plucked) and Hammered dulcimer (struck), as well as several children of the hammered dulcimer. Sure it isn't one of these? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 20:27, 06 May 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Dunduk''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Eagle Bone Whistle''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Eagle_bone_whistle|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Sacred Native American instrument.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a057fffa-6c96-467b-9c08-6563c56350f6|The Border of Heaven]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** See [[Edit:8653887|8653887]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Effects''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:fda4bb83-43e2-4fc9-a4ab-828b83d3c209|Never, Never Land]] on track 5
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''E-Flat Bass Tuba''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tuba|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:5854cbe6-52df-400d-8f28-29c04b22b556|Secret of the Sahara]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:13, 05 August 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Eight String Bass''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Eight string bass guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b522484a-dea9-4b0c-a07c-d56bb9008e87|The Dreaming]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Ektare''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Electric Acoustic Guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Electric_acoustic_guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:ee4d29d0-f0c3-4a1b-8bac-e40142d76912|Unlimited: Saga (disc 2)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** I'm a bit surprised that this isn't here already, it's not exactly a rare instrument. I came across one release it's used in - but I have no doubt that it's out there on various other releases as well. -- [[User:Kilu|Kilu]]
 
**** From what I can tell, it's just a regular (acoustic) guitar with pick-ups. Do you want "electric-acoustic" bouzoukis, banjos, harps, accordions, violins, guitar basses, double basses, ... etc. as well? -- -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:42, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
 
***** I suppose you have a point there. I personally don't have an electric acoustic anything, so I don't know if the sound is any different from normal acoustic. I do think that it's sort of odd that it's specifically credited as such in the booklet though. [[User:Kilu|Kilu]]
 
***** Perhaps an "electric" option which could then be applied to any instrument in the list?  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 13:40, 13 August 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Electric Baritone Guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Scale Baritone Guitar
 
** [[WikiPedia:Fender_Bass_VI|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Six-string guitar tuned an octave lower than standard tuning, which can function as a bass or electric guitar, but with its own distinctive sound.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:3112a9f0-4bbc-4bb7-8c6d-34f91d2bbe03|2009-07-08: Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW, Santa Monica, CA, USA]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Adding primarily for Doug McCombs's work in [[Artist:Tortoise|Tortoise]], but Wikipedia states its use by more players. -- [[User:M. del Carpio|M. del Carpio]] 10:36, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Electric bouzouki''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [http://images.google.com/images?q=%22electric+bouzouki%22 image search]
 
** ''Description:'' Electric bouzouki
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Bouzouki
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:8c555558-d59f-45ed-a714-b3206b56df3e|Celtic Moon]] (Niall O'Callánain)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** [[User:Jesus2099|Jesus2099]] 13:51, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Electronic Wind Instrument''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' EWI
 
** ''Description:'' the generic for this class of instruments
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds + Electric
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:18c99797-80c0-4ec7-a0c5-1a9df40b731d|Moonlighting]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''  [[Release:8377ef00-259e-44c6-9994-7f0748eb3e83|Welcome to the St. James' Club]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''  [[Release:e2595399-d7cb-4bc2-a394-7072365d46f7|Weekend in Monaco]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''  [[Release:17243cba-1de5-4958-90a9-77f25854ec0c|Live in LA]]
 
*** ''Release 5:''  [[Release:343d8edd-1954-461c-91b1-b6aef727e3a5|Brave New World]]
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** In the process of adding performance credits to my favorite groups' releases, I found that there's no currently no entry for EWIs. I have a set of 6 albums which feature the instrument (5 of them listed above) that I am ready to add credits to. Wikipedia suggests there are also a number of well-known (in their genre) jazz performers, as well as albums and soundtracks, that make use of the instrument. More information about the EWI can be found on its wikipedia [[WikiPedia:EWI|page]]. -- KrytenAG 01:47, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
 
** [http://bugs.musicbrainz.org/ticket/5349 Ticket for instrument creation]
 
 
 
=== '''Electronics''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:ecad8eab-4f25-465a-ab61-1c5a0c5c8d4d|Idiology]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Erfu''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''F Bass Tuba''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tuba|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:5854cbe6-52df-400d-8f28-29c04b22b556|Secret of the Sahara]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:13, 05 August 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Farfisa''' ===
 
** ''AKA: Farfisa organ, Farfisa Compact, Farfisa Mini-Compact, Farfisa FAST'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Farfisa|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Organ
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:1f715142-a0ef-48c8-9e72-c402e5bad13f|Pink Floyd – The Piper at the Gates of Dawn]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''  [[Release:c96335b2-2429-4990-a1c8-ff5a4904aa73|Beastie Boys – The Mix-Up]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''  [[Track:53d92a58-084b-4b10-b9f1-91e60a25b8aa|Electrelane – I Love You My Farfisa]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''  [[Release:cf33d81a-5d44-4e40-9375-e918ad7ea477|Klaus Schulze – Timewind]]
 
*** ''Release 5:''  [[Release:d1fffb6d-984a-4450-8acd-38e3a9e2b17d|James Blackshaw – Celeste]]
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Please enter "electronic organ" as a supertype and put the Hammond organ and the Farfisa below it, if possible. [[User:KRSCuan|KRSCuan]] 09:10, 21 June 2010 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Feet and Clogs''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f0528ace-13ff-4537-ba03-b6206fc6a986|Rice]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:a057fffa-6c96-467b-9c08-6563c56350f6|The Border of Heaven]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** I see that the list does already have "Handclaps", and surely feet are no less important musically than hands? I have many recordings with credits for human percussion. For example, from [[Release:f0528ace-13ff-4537-ba03-b6206fc6a986|Rice]], how should I enter Lucy Adams ''feet, clogs, singing''? -- [[monxton]] 02:45, 13 February 2009 (UTC)
 
**** [[WikiPedia:Clogging|Clogging]] is a form of, or at least intimately related to, step dancing. See discussion on dancing below. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:40, 16 December 2007 (UTC)
 
***** See also [[Edit:8653849|8653849]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]]
 
****** Track 10 of [[Release:2a35e72e-5713-47d6-9b9e-0a9f85741436|The Black Rider]] has credits for "boots". -- [[User:mikemorr|mikemorr]] 12:35, 18 July 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Finger Snaps''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''  Finger clicks, finger snapping
 
** [[Wikipedia:Snap (fingers)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' this would seem to be like clapping, describing snapped fingers, not some actual instrument
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a84c9d34-4f00-46c3-85a6-eee4f9203754|L'Espoir]] on track 4, [[Track:0b222ced-367e-4dae-901a-b43df7793f6b|Comme j'étais en vie]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:199aaac7-4076-49d3-b1c5-f160d29e76eb|Skylarking]] on track 12, [[track:fc9e9697-fad2-4de7-8365-12343837b493|The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:a71607a1-99ac-4740-9c8a-1ce8b4089ac3|Let It Be]] on track 3, [[track:6e75bb2d-ebbf-47ae-a14e-cf1e10ea7c09|We're Comin' Out]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:156671ad-34d7-41f6-b9d2-7e910019a3ef|Fearless]] on track 4, [[track:be8df2b2-7965-4855-9699-0251a570f18d|Hey Stephen]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:89637b55-1b5c-4943-bf7f-08a47da20d3d|Affordable Art]] on track 4, [[track:38b2e23d-6037-46d0-8c1f-44894f5acd80|Talk Backwards]]
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** "Finger clicks" is a very common alias for this. -- [[User:Bitmap|Bitmap]]
 
 
 
=== '''Flageolet''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Flugabone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Fretless Guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Fretless_guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Frottoir''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Frottoir|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''  a variation of the washboard made specifically for Zydeco music; also called a rubboard
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:ecad8eab-4f25-465a-ab61-1c5a0c5c8d4d|Idiology]] (as "rubboard")
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Even thought the wikipedia page is really a redirect to the page on the Washboard, the Frottoir is mentioned in the article as a different instrument (but derived from the Washboard). It's in the section "The washboard as a musical instrument" -- [[User:vovel|Vivek Bhaskar]] 20:32, 22 March 2009 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Fujara''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''  Slovak shepherds long pipe
 
** [[WikiPedia:Fujara|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''  A long wooden flute that superficially resembles a bassoon.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:f6335672-c521-4129-86c3-490d20533e08|Hounds of Love]] (as "Fujare")
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Ganzá''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ganzá|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a Brazilian rattle
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Glass Bowl''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:82a9fa8b-ccd9-4c0b-810e-4d90acc990de|A Canticle for Leibowitz]] (as "Pyrex bowl")
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Goc''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' a serbian traditional drum.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e1f7ee01-d814-47a1-a616-a56e0271e620|Alkohol: Šljivovica & Champagne]] 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Guimbri''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Greek lyra''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Cretan lyra, Cretan lira or lyra.
 
** ''Description:'' a pear-shaped, three-stringed bowed string instrument central to the traditional music of Crete.
 
** [[WikiPedia:Cretan|lyra Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6869077f-2835-40e6-8e46-8932f59a101f|A Midwinter Night's Dream]] on track 4.
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Greek lute''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6869077f-2835-40e6-8e46-8932f59a101f|A Midwinter Night's Dream]] on track 3 & 4.
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Harmonitor''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' 
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f53564e8-2297-4c3c-a427-1bdadc844832|Siren]] on [[Track:6feac7a0-73fa-4e53-bcfe-1440951db144|track 14]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** No idea what this actually is, only reference I can find so far seems to be on the credits page for [http://www.heathernova.net/modules/tinyd2/index.php?id=8 Siren]
 
 
 
=== '''Harpeleik''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a chorded zither
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e30296b2-8575-4b0d-b8be-62f3da1b01ef|Le Pop]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Hi-hat''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Hihat
 
** [[WikiPedia:Hi-hat|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' two cymbals that are mounted on a stand one on top of the other and clashed together using a pedal on the stand.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:8e44cbd1-b37e-4b44-9648-6ad32abf2099|Le cours des jours]] on [[Track:0593b84e-ecdc-433e-addd-1ca5ba9261c1|track 8]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:9200aa3f-a9e2-4b65-bdbb-d3082abc3ca0|Man mognar med åren]] on track 9
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Homus''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Igil''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Janggu''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Janggu|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a traditional Korean drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Jarana''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Jarana|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Mexican guitar variant
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:05036294-ff95-48fe-b928-454be4931a55|Excitable Boy]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** See [[Edit:7165280|7165280]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Jug''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Kabosy''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Kalimba''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' African thumb piano
 
** [[WikiPedia:Kalimba|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:2e5c7fab-d176-4d42-a266-2bcf6dea33ba|Blood Like Lemonade]] on track 2 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:5b902d9c-d840-47d3-80f5-0819854ebc82|Game Called Life]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Kanjira''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Kanjira|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a south Indian tambourine
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Kaval''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Blul
 
** [[WikiPedia:Kaval|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Chromatic end-blown flute
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:94879be1-bbe5-4a96-a9b4-e874f9e54e20|Spirals in Hyperspace]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:6febfe51-1c36-4a24-898f-51e515b2d6ab|Rhythm Colour]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** Chromatic end-blown flute. Should probably have "Blul" as an alias, because that's the specific instrument I encountered (see [[Edit:7445525|7445525]] and [[Edit:7445529|7445529]]). -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Khene''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''K'kwaengwari''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' appears to be a type of gong
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Kompang''' ===
 
** ''AKA: Rebana'' 
 
** ''Description:'' type of Rebana, a small frame drum used in Islamic devotional music in traditional Malay culture. ([[wikipedia:Rebana|Wikipedia]])
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion, Frame Drum
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:24eec8f1-5938-4ed1-9b5f-cfd7f5723c02|Louder than Light]] by Wicked Aura Batacada
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Adding just Rebana may suffice; a Kompang is a smaller version but I believe the same.
 
 
 
=== '''Kutero/Kutiro''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' A set of three drums played by Mandinka people in West Africa. Similar to Sabar or Djembe. Picture [http://www.angelfire.com/nv/jetucker/pictures/Percussion/Africa/kutiro5.jpg here].
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Drums
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:d52ef610-7e21-4086-800e-fd70f4930604.html|Ascension]] by Pep Love (track 16)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Launeddas''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Launeddas|Launeddas]]
 
** ''Description:'' a typical Sardinian woodwind instrument, consisting of three pipes
 
** ''Instrument family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears on:''
 
*** ''Release 1'': '''[[release:657590c5-efae-4041-9695-d5a05f81e979|Caminos de pache]]''' by Tenores di Bitti "Remunnu 'e Locu"
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Loops''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:598c1ec5-00da-471c-a903-e0aa57d03a6b|52]] credits loops, drum loops, percussion loops on several songs
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Lur''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Lyricon''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Lyricon|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:7d80f486-dc83-40e0-be75-64446680fb9b|Sound-System]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:52dcdbef-2039-4fd9-86b4-e506a5523996|Wenn schon nicht für immer dann wenigstens für ewig]] on tracks 8 and 9 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Mandoguitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Marimbaphone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Marimbaphone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:3fec0072-0f11-4448-9b78-af58e07ad096|Seeds]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Used by Fats Sadi on Seeds, not currently credited -- [[User:Wizzcat|Wizzcat]] 21:29, 09 August 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Marímbula''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Marímbula|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' folk musical instrument of the Caribbean Islands (not to be confused with a marimba).
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Lamellophone
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:6869077f-2835-40e6-8e46-8932f59a101f|A Midwinter Night's Dream]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Different to African lamellophones used to produce complex polyphony and polyrhythms, the marímbula basically plays the role of a bass guitar. -- [[Fabe56]]
 
 
 
=== '''Marxophone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Marxophone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A type of fretless zither.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:987ea141-c3dd-4543-8cc1-99b81ff28385|Never Mind the Context]] (Track 12)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:6c1dde86-900c-47e9-9689-ca9a67af5a6c|Extraordinary Machine]] (Track 5)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:003ee347-0551-435f-82ba-e1afeff7f636|Fur and Gold]] (Track 12)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:8dc17780-6a26-4ccb-91c9-23d568de83d4|Poetry & Aeroplanes]] (Track 11)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]] (Track 1)
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** See the linked Wikipedia page for many other appearances, or search Discogs for the keyword "Marxophone." -- [[User:Bitmap|Bitmap]]
 
 
 
=== '''Mexican Harp / Arpa de Mariachi''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.sobrino.net/mer/arpa_de_mariachi.htm Mexican Harp / Arpa de Mariachi]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:05036294-ff95-48fe-b928-454be4931a55|Excitable Boy]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** See [[Edit:7165259|7165259]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Mizmar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Morinhoor''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Mridangam''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Mridangam|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a south Indian drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Ney''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** Yes we do - as "Nai". There's several spellings for this one (Nai/Ney/Nye/Nay) -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]]
 
 
 
=== '''Njarka''' ===
 
** ''AKA: N'jarka'' 
 
** [[Wikipedia:Njarka|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description: a small fiddle made from a gourd, with one gut string, which is native to Mali.'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1: [[Release:f819c678-cf55-44a4-8847-db28465bc3d9|The River]] by Ali Farka Touré'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
=== '''Nyabinghi Drums (Funde, Thunder, Repeater/Keteh)''' ===
 
** ''AKA: Rastafarian/jamaican drums'' 
 
** [[Wikipedia:Nyabinghi_drums|Wikipedia]] and [http://www.ilanddrums.com/History.html|Iland drums]
 
** ''Description:'' played at a groundation ceremony in rasta culture. Nyabinghi music is played in 4/4 time on three drums:
 
::: Thunder: It is a double-headed bass drum, played with a mallet. The strokes are an open tone on 1 and a dampened stroke on 3. Occasionally, the thunder player will syncopate the rhythm.
 
::: Funde: The funde is the middle drum. It maintains the dominant heartbeat rhythm as the funde player makes steady, dampened strokes on 1 and 3.
 
::: Repeater/Keteh: The repeater or keteh, is the smallest and highest pitched drum. The drummer tends to play around 2 and 4 , with a syncopated feel. It is seen as the carrier of spirit and fire of the music.
 
:: Maybe these are two specific, but noting here in case they are credited this way on other releases. These are roughly equivalent to other standard percussion instruments like "bass drum", congas, bongos etc.
 
 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Drums / Nyabinghi drums (preferably with an instrument each for the three)
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0c7965c8-eb47-4f1a-bf73-5e1d9bc95d24|Light]] by Matisyahu
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** Yes we do - as "Nai". There's several spellings for this one (Nai/Ney/Nye/Nay) -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]]
 
***** The Nai in the list at the moment is a type of flute, not the drum. -- [[BrianFreud]]
 
 
 
=== '''Oboe d'amore''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:''  [[Wikipedia:Oboe d'amore|Oboe d'amore]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Woodwinds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:4fb0dd64-14ec-45c5-82ea-8daf491467dc|Landscape Classics Series, No. 79]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Orpharion''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Orpharion|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A plucked instrument from the Renaissance, whose metal strings are tuned like a lute and are plucked with the fingers.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Cittern
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9915ba95-edc8-4eb7-9215-86d44ee28d3a|Downland · Jones: Lute Songs (Emma Kirkby, soprano; Anthony Rooley, lute, orpharion) (disc 1)]] on tracks 4-6, 10, 12-14 and 16-17
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Outi''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Pandeiro''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Pandeiro|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of hand frame drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:89ad4ac3-39f7-470e-963a-56509c546377|Music For Alfonso The Wise (The Dufay Collective)]] in tracks 4, 17, and 18
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Pandereta''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandereta Wikipedia]
 
** ''Description:'' Wikipedia links it to 'tambourine', but it's an incorrect translation.  The Pandereta is a Puerto Rican franc drum, which is in the same family, but not the same as a tambourine.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Pandero''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=es&u=http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandero&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=1&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dwikipedia%2Bpandero%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26sa%3DG%26pwst%3D1 Wikipedia (translated)]
 
** ''Description:'' Described in the liner as a "Spanish franc drum", looks like it's a relative of the tambourine.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Pedalboard''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Piccolo trumpet''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Piccolo_trumpet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Mozart also wrote several works for trumpet quintet, which includes a piccolo trumpet.  Again, to properly AR several CDs in the 170 CD set, I need this one too. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 06:21, 03 November 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Pipe''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Pixiephone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Player Piano''' ===
 
** Issue:
 
** ''AKA:''  Reproducing Piano
 
** [[WikiPedia:Player_piano|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Player pianos play themselves, but esp. in the reproducing versions, rather than being programmed like midi tracks, they were actually played by someone, and the roll thus produced became the piano roll.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:b7cfa186-8a33-4695-ad93-9087d148cd41|Gershwin Plays Gershwin: The Piano Rolls]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Pocket Trumpet''' ===
 
** Issue: [[Ticket:3536|Ticket #3536]]
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Pocket_trumpet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** a compact size B♭ trumpet, easy to carry around. Though never was considered good enough to be in official use in orchestras, it was featured quite some times in small jazz bands. [[Artist:adf3879a-e091-4f73-8792-861a7a3e3abe|Don Cherry]] is Mr. Pocket Trumpet, and him alone has dozen of releases on which he uses it (also check most Ornette Coleman releases where he features) - revealing this somewhat neglected poor trumpet its true potential. All these are currently documented as simply trumpet. Note this is not the same as the Piccolo Trumpet that we now have. More about the thingie at [[WikiPedia:Pocket_trumpet|wackypedia]]. -- [[User:dmppanda|dmppanda]] 05:24, 21 January 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Post horn''' ===
 
 
 
**'''Issue:''' [[Ticket:5281|#5281]]
 
** ''AKA:''  coach horn, posthorn, post-horn
 
** [[WikiPedia:Post horn|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''  The post horn is a valveless cylindrical brass or copper instrument with cupped mouthpiece, used to signal the arrival or departure of a post rider or mail coach. It was used especially by postilions of the 18th and 19th centuries.<br>Mozart, Mahler, and others incorporated the instrument into their orchestras for certain pieces. On such occasions, the orchestra's horn player usually plays the instrument. One example of post horn use in modern classical music is the famous off-stage solo in Mahler's Third Symphony. Due to the scarcity of this instrument, however, music written for it is usually played on a trumpet or flugelhorn.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:4d499d8c-1938-4549-bf09-3564c982b521|Complete Mozart Edition, Volume 3: Serenades for Orchestra (disc 7)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Used by [[Artist:9bfa2606-328f-4e3e-829d-31b5fafe4688|Michael Laird]] on [[Release:4d499d8c-1938-4549-bf09-3564c982b521|Complete Mozart Edition, Volume 3: Serenades for Orchestra (disc 7)]], and likely other discs on the 180 CD Mozart set.<br> I added the ticket before seeing this wiki page (and therefore without discussion).  :( -- [[User:Crazee canuck|Crazee canuck]] 23:01, 12 July 2009 (UTC)
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Pump organ''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Pump_organ|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Keyboard?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:ef619505-7f4e-443b-8de5-e51817f519b9|Aldrig får jeg fred]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:e30296b2-8575-4b0d-b8be-62f3da1b01ef|Le Pop]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Used by [[Artist:e54eaf23-781d-48ef-a8cd-161574b552e6|Jørgen Dickmeiss]] on [[Release:ef619505-7f4e-443b-8de5-e51817f519b9|Aldrig får jeg fred]]. Should be a child of "Reed Organ" per [[Wikipedia|WikiPedia]]. (Unless it's actually exactly the same as a harmonium... ? I couldn't quite determine.) -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 07:41, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
 
*** Used by [[Artist:184ae1f4-9e21-4a41-bc60-bbe2a6e19fa6|Zac Rae]] on [[Track:7cd3a7c0-1ee2-4403-aead-92b271ace1f3|Fountain]] -- [[User:Sonofkyuss|Sonofkyuss]] 11:05, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Ramana''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.thaimusic.net/thon-cha-tri.htm Ramana]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A type of drum, not seeing much info on it.  There is a picture of one at the linked site, however.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Rauschpfeife''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Reactable''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Reactable Systems
 
** [[WikiPedia:Reactable|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' electronic musical instrument with a tabletop 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:8917d79f-2043-4a1b-9951-d6430e9277a7|Voltaic]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
[http://www.reactable.com/ Official website]
 
 
 
=== '''Rebana''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' a small frame drum used in Islamic devotional music in traditional Malay culture. ([[wikipedia:Rebana|Wikipedia]])
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion, Frame Drum
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:24eec8f1-5938-4ed1-9b5f-cfd7f5723c02|Louder than Light]] by Wicked Aura Batacada (credited as Kompang, smaller version)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Could be added with Kompang as a sub-instrument, but as Kompang is I believe just a smaller version adding Rebana may suffice.
 
 
 
=== '''Reco-reco''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.tdsounds.co.uk/index.php?cName=drums-and-instruments-recoreco Reco-reco]
 
** ''Description:'' a specific type of Brazilian Güiro
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  The orangish [[WikiPedia:Güiro|picture on the left]] is a reco-reco (picture is correctly identified in the [http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reco-reco Portugese page]).  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Regal''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Repinique''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Repinique|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a 2-headed Brazilian drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Requinto Jarocho''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.atlasofpluckedinstruments.com/n_america.htm Requinto Jarocho]
 
** ''Description:'' Small guitar
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:05036294-ff95-48fe-b928-454be4931a55|Excitable Boy]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** See [[Edit:7165294|7165294]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Riqq''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tambourine|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The Riqq is an Egyptian franc drum, also in the tambourine family.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Another which Wikipedia incorrectly identifies, though their picture and the picture's ID is correct.  It is not the same as a tambourine or shakers, however, and the most common form in English is 'Riqq', not 'Riq' or 'Rik'.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Rozhok''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Ruan''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Sabar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''[[WikiPedia:Sabar|wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Traditional Senegalese drum.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Drums
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Sarangi''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' bowed string instrument from India, Nepal and Pakistan.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Saxobone''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' A trombine modified to accept a saxophone mouthpiece.  Used by jazz player Eddie Harris (inventor?) among others.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass? Winds?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Saz''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Bağlama|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a stringed musical instrument shared by various cultures  in the Eastern Mediterranean, Near East, and Central Asia.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:a81e4561-63d2-432c-b14c-c127c6a8e8c7|Music For Alfonso The Wise (The Dufay Collective)]] on track 6 [[Track:cd52f016-7823-4a86-9a6d-38d8b2545a88|Cantiga de Santa María 103, "Quen a Virgen ben servirá"]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Scratches''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Scratching
 
** [[WikiPedia:Scratching|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' technique used to produce distinctive sounds by moving a vinyl record back and forth on a turntable while manipulating the crossfader on a DJ mixer.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:8f8fe69d-f52f-4df8-bf2c-ec1913f195c1|Loveheart]] on track 8 [[Track:6fc5c697-481e-44c3-b076-4960149601fc|Mentor]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:2cbac81f-5073-442d-9219-009a6791cad7|A Recipe for Disaster]] on track 4 [[Track:4eaa40ce-5365-4c40-baf4-59ceb44f8418|Mr. Quicke Cuts the Cheese]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:6569222e-165b-4954-a10f-86c6aac95819|Xiquembo]] on track 4 [[Track:7d456bd4-6b13-405c-9631-6afbf78da95b|Back to Love]] 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** We have "Turntable(s)"? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Shanai''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Shehnai''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' A double reed conical oboe, common in North India ([[wikipedia:Shehnai|Wikipedia]])
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:1e3d9d1b-885c-400e-8b89-31d9f7da2c5c|Raaven]] (track 6, entered as oboe)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Sintir''' (Arabic: سنتير‎) ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Guembri (Arabic: الكمبري‎), Gimbri or Hejhouj.
 
** ''Description:'' three stringed skin-covered bass plucked lute.
 
** [[WikiPedia:Sintir|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6869077f-2835-40e6-8e46-8932f59a101f|A Midwinter Night's Dream]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Slapstick''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Whip_(instrument)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a wooden whip - 'The other type also has two planks of woods, one longer than the other, with one handle, connected with a spring hinge so it can be played with just one hand, though it cannot produce sounds as loud as a whip requiring both hands.'
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Soprano Guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''  Octave Guitar
 
** ''Description:''  Tuned one octave over an ordinary guitar
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:e20122a0-a565-4824-8771-f4c67bb70ac0|Hoven Droven]], track 3
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Spinet''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Steel Drums''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Steelpan, steeldrums, pans
 
** [[WikiPedia:Steelpan|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' drum made from a 55 gallon drum, used in a lot of carribean music
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Stroh violin''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' [[Talk:Advanced_Instrument_Tree#Violin-trumpet|Violin-trumpet]]
 
** [[WikiPedia:Stroh_violin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:1b3fe3d5-3d19-4062-a455-9fe74fcb4d02|Alice]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Listed several times in the booklet of the Tom Waits album [[Release:1b3fe3d5-3d19-4062-a455-9fe74fcb4d02|Alice]].  See [[Edit:7905421|7905421]]. - 
 
*** Toni Marcus has a credit for "stroviola" on [[Release:1a6db57e-e7bf-4018-8afc-ebb1a69ec635|Into the Music]]
 
 
 
=== '''Strum Stick''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Suling''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Suona''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Laba
 
** [[WikiPedia:Suona|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A woodwind instrument used frequently in the folk music of northern China. With its loud and high-pitched sound, souna has, together with other instruments, been used to provide music of Chinese opera and for various occasions, such as wedding and funeral.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Track:73c0d9c8-94de-4447-a499-edb075eb942e|Lingering]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Surbahar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Swarmandel''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''SynthAxe''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b7b6c6e2-a31a-4efe-be32-c5c1ed506b7b|Béla Fleck and the Flecktones]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tack piano''' ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tack piano|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a permanently altered version of an ordinary piano
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Keyboard
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e30296b2-8575-4b0d-b8be-62f3da1b01ef|Le Pop]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Talkbox''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Talk_box|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Release:1a19f098-db74-4766-83e8-8c5b50e09b8f|Sub Focus]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tamborim''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tamborim|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A small, round Brazilian frame drum of Portuguese and African origin. The frame is 6" in diameter and may be made of metal, plastic or wood. The head is typically made of nylon and is normally very tightly tuned in order to ensure a high, sharp sound and a minimum of sustain. The drum is devoid of snares or jingles
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** What is this? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
***** As I said, this is simply using their list to compare against, but I would imagine [[WikiPedia:Tamborim|is this instrument]].  That would seem to fit with Discogs' description: "A small, round Brazilian frame drum of Portuguese and African origin. The frame is 6" in diameter and may be made of metal, plastic or wood. The head is typically made of nylon and is normally very tightly tuned in order to ensure a high, sharp sound and a minimum of sustain. The drum is devoid of snares or jingles."  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:46, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Tap dancing''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tap_dance|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:31c91474-66e1-431a-8309-afd43896d19f|Gibraltar]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:507f5433-5bdf-4f9e-a1ce-a6dab959b8a6|Who Used to Dance]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. See discussion below.
 
 
 
=== '''Tapboard''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tapboard|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  There's a (bad) picture at [http://www.mandy.co.uk/it-bites/articles/PR_D3_88.HTML http://www.mandy.co.uk/it-bites/articles/PR_D3_88.HTML], seems to be some strange guitarlike-thing. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tape''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [http://musicbrainz.org/release/5e50d9a1-2941-443d-8d62-e23384355de0.html Another Green World] by Brian Eno
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tar (drum)''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tar_(drum)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A tar is a single-headed frame drum. The tar comes from North Africa and the Middle East.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tar (lute)''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' tār
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tar_(lute)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The tar is a long-necked, waisted lute found in Azerbaijan, Iran, Armenia, Georgia, and other areas near the Caucasus region.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings / Lute
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0c7965c8-eb47-4f1a-bf73-5e1d9bc95d24|Light]] by Matisyahu
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Tárogató''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Temple Bells''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.garden-gifts.com/gifts2.htm Temple Bells]
 
** ''Description:'' a Japanese wind chime
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Theorbo''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Theorbo|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' plucked string instrument
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:326d508e-193d-4b4b-bab2-24b074fa899d|Noël en Bretagne]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Thon''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Traditional_Cambodian_musical_instruments|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Described in the liner as 'Thai drums'.  Wikipedia describes it as a "goblet-shaped drum, played with the hands".
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Timber flute''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://images.google.com/images?q=%22timber+flute%22 image search]
 
** ''Description:'' Maybe a kind of celtic flute
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Flute
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:8c555558-d59f-45ed-a714-b3206b56df3e|Celtic Moon]] (Cormac Breatnach)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[User:Jesus2099|Jesus2099]] 13:35, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Time Machine''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Folktek Time Machine
 
** Wikipedia: ?
 
** ''Description:'' A type of custom sequencer / samplable synthesiser made by Folktek
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:bd8903ad-5e67-4283-9cfb-8f285469d320|Freak Controller]] - Salmonella Dub
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Tipple''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tipple_(musical_instrument)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a stringed musical instrument that is smaller that a guitar and larger than a ukulele, having aspects of both.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tom Tom''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tom-tom_drum|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' another of the drums in any common drum set
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [http://musicbrainz.org/release/42307ee3-4f7c-430a-bb10-e025d8cfa255.html Laurie Anderson - Mister Heartbreak]
 
*** ''Release 2:''  [[Release:214cef95-3100-4d71-a966-bbd4052eec19|Von Humboldt Picnic]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Tonkori''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tonkori|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a plucked string instrument played by the Ainu people of Hokkaidō, northern Japan and Sakhalin.  It is unfretted and has between three and five strings which are not stopped but instead played "open."
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Trautonium''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Trautonium|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' 
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Tromboon''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Babone
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tromboon|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' PDQ Bach - The Seasonings
 
*** ''Release 2:'' PDQ Bach - Serenude (for devious instruments)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Tsoura''' ===
 
** ''Description:'' A smaller bodied version of the bouzouki 
 
*** [http://rebetikoodysseyband.com/Instruments.php The tsoura is about half the size of the bouzouki and can be made as a six or eight string instrument]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d836be8b-df5b-4617-ab90-1c6e2f340e00|Freche Tattoos auf blutjungen Bankiers]] on track 13
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
 
 
=== '''Tüngür''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' tünggür, düngür, dünggü
 
** [http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mhuey/instruments/ Tüngür]
 
** ''Description:'' A Tuvan Shamen drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Valiha''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Valiha|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a bamboo tube zither from Madagascar. It is played by plucking the strings, which may be made of metal or (originally) the bamboo skin which is pried up in long strands and propped up by small bridges.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:/d7fe4164-109f-48d2-a35a-53f6502f3f3d|The Sensual World]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Veena''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Veena|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a plucked stringed instrument used in Carnatic music. There are several variations of the veena, which in its South Indian form is a member of the lute family.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Viol / treble viol / viola da gamba / bass viol / violone / vihuela / viola da mano / Spanish vihuela / Mexican vihuela''' ===
 
 
 
Viol - (copying this section out of my original listing of the Viol in revision 198):
 
* [http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viol Viol] - for "early music" and period instruments classical recordings
 
** [http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viol treble viol]
 
** [http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viol viola da gamba] - A tenor viol, evolved from the vihuela de arco
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">According to [[WikiPedia:Viol|Wikipedia]], "viol" and "viola da gamba" are the same... ? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 08:45, 01 May 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Wikipedia uses the terms somewhat confusingly, using the historical term and the modern term interchangably.  "Viol" is generic, and one can (anachranistically) refer to the "Viola da gamba" family (as their linked to Viola da Gamba Society does) - the term once was used for all types, with octive ranges prefixed.  So in the 1700's, one might have played a bass viola da gamba.  In modern terminology, however, though the term can still be used generically for the family, "Viol" is the much more commonly used generic term, with the particular octive types titled as listed here ("bass viol", "treble viol", etc), with a reference to "so and so: viola da gamba" specifically being intended to mean what that same 1700's player would have called a tenor viola da gamba.  When I layed out this instrument list, from Viol down to Mexican vihuela, I tried to lay it out as the tree would branch out under modern terminology.  (While the "Viol" at top could be "Viola da Gamba", having it twice, once as the specific and once as the anachronicstic generic seems like it'd be much more confusing.)  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 09:12, 01 May 2008 (UTC)
 
</ul>
 
</ul>
 
** [http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viol bass viol]
 
** [[WikiPedia:Vihuela|violone]] - Sub-type of the viol family, evolved into the modern double bass
 
** [[WikiPedia:Vihuela|vihuela]] - Subtype of the viol, has a few different subtypes itself:
 
*** [[WikiPedia:Vihuela|viola da mano (aka Spanish vihuela)]] - evolved into the classical guitar
 
*** [[WikiPedia:Vihuela|Mexican vihuela]] - Mariachi
 
 
 
=== '''Baritone Viola'''===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:''  A viola with heavy strings which plays an octave lower?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[Track:87b9f73b-5dde-473c-b541-4c70a047e4db| English Fiddler: Swarbrick Plays Swarbrick]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Violino piccolo''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Violino_piccolo|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A stringed instrument of the baroque period. Most examples are similar to a child's size violin in size, and are tuned a third or a fourth higher.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:9ae4d3f6-fbc6-4e69-80f5-4808674e47b9|Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 1, 2 & 3]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
 
 
=== '''Violin-trumpet''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Trumpet-violin
 
** ''AKA:'' Horn-violin
 
** ''AKA:'' [[Talk:Advanced_Instrument_Tree#Stroh_violin|Stroh violin]]
 
** [[WikiPedia:Stroh_violin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' http://youtu.be/4MTHX0BsunE
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7d541840-873f-431b-a4ee-2ce4df9df56d|Musiques de Celtie et d'Ailleurs : accordéon diatonique]] on track 4
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:e30296b2-8575-4b0d-b8be-62f3da1b01ef|Le Pop]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Weissenborn Guitar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Weissenborn|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Specific type of lap steel guitar
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a057fffa-6c96-467b-9c08-6563c56350f6|The Border of Heaven]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** See [[Edit:8653789|8653789]] -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Whistling Water Jar''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Wind Chimes''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** We have "Chimes"... ? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
***** They list both "Chimes" and "Wind Chimes" as separate types; I'd imagine they're distinguishing between standard percussion chimes and real wind chimes as a subtype.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:46, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Wooden Bowl''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f3749122-8a04-4e38-b39c-3153c4f3be39|New York Counterpoint]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Probably quite similar logic to the Wooden spoons below.  I also have seen another release (A Canticle for Leibowitz) with a Pyrex bowl (ie, 'glass bowl') credit, in both cases used as a percussion instrument.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Wooden spoons''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:7381494e-5113-4ede-922e-d216cab3fa9a|Dark Ages]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Alexsander Hrenov is credited playing wooden spoons on [[Release:7381494e-5113-4ede-922e-d216cab3fa9a|Dark Ages]]. We do have spoons included in the instruments list but does the matterial of the instrument deserve to be included as separate entries? I don't know spoons as an instrument but if there's just a small selection of spoons in different materials availble we might as well include it. -- [[User:Prodoc|Prodoc]] 15:20, 08 March 2008 (UTC)
 
**** Well, wooden and metal (kitchen) spoons are by far the most common types of spoons, though bone/horn spoons are also out there. As a spoons player, I could probably give you a lengthier rant about the qualities of each type, but for the sake of this discussion, let me just say that there ''are'' different kinds of spoons, and the material ''does'' have an effect on the produced sound. :) -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 00:03, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Wurlitzer electric piano''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Wurlitzer_electric_piano|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electric piano
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:181efd35-d103-4e8b-96db-825a4bb4c6d3|Twelve Mondays]] on track 5
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]] on tracks 7, 9 and 10
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:2e5c7fab-d176-4d42-a266-2bcf6dea33ba|Blood Like Lemonade]] on track 2, 3, 4 and 10 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:f762be10-8d45-484b-8f9b-7892f5c168f1|Sevilla]] on tracks 5 and 6
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
The Wuritzer is like Kleenex.  Its a brand name and not a type of instrument.  Should just be Electric Piano ~ drsaunde
 
 
 
=== '''Yang T'Chin''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [http://www.projekt.com/projekt/product.asp?sku=PRO00113 Yang T'Chin]
 
** ''Description:'' seems to be some type of Tibetan/Indian instrument
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** used by This Mortal Coil on a few releases
 
 
 
=== '''Zhaleika''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' 
 
*** ''Release 2:'' 
 
*** ''Release 3:'' 
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== '''Zheng''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Guzheng, Gu-Zheng, Juzheng, Ju-Zheng
 
** [[WikiPedia:Guzheng|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A traditional Chinese string instrument. With 21 strings and a large resonant cavity, the player can easily invoke sounds that represent various natural scenaries.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings / Zither
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Track:0efb3bdc-c6d9-4aca-b0e0-5e444bb8f0a7|DIVA]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:055a95d4-0b5b-47b7-893b-b945835af505|The Craft]] by Blackalicious ([http://www.anti.com/catalog/view/56/The_Craft/?notes=true evidence])
 
*** ''Release 3:''  [[Release:1761ec6c-9ee0-4e03-831b-4701c1bc7aa7.html|Bookstart Baby's Musical Day]] by Harmony Ensemble (see annotation)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' 
 
*** ''Release 5:'' 
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== '''Zill''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' El Zili (plural); Finger cymbals
 
** [[WikiPedia:Zill|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The wp description: Zills, also zils or finger cymbals, (from Turkish zil, "cymbals") are tiny metallic cymbals used in belly dancing and similar performances.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion Instruments / Other Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6febfe51-1c36-4a24-898f-51e515b2d6ab|Rhythm Colour]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:86b5d73f-216b-4453-ad2a-6197b49580d2|Flamoek Fantasy]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
 
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
==Discussion==
 
 
 
With regards to "generic" stuff, I just noticed there's no way for ARs that use the tree, like "arranged", to identify simply "arranged orchestral parts" or "arranged vocals", or similar arrangement roles.  They're not instruments, but if we're going to reuse the tree for those types of ARs as well, perhaps those types of "super-generics" also ought to have a place in the revised tree?  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 06:44, 22 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
We have Greek baglama and Turkish baglama, but no generic "baglama" for where the specific baglama type is unspecified. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:52, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Is this a point for discussion or a suggestion to have a generic "baglama" added to this list? If it's the former, what exactly do you want to discuss? If it's the latter, go and add it to the list of suggestions above! -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:22, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">For all three, I put them under discussion, as they don't seem to really be "instruments" to be added, more a general observation - I caught three (four if you include 'electronic wind instruments'), but there's perhaps others, where we have specific types, but no abstracted type.  It'd perhaps be useful to take a look through the list for any other such instances I've missed, where we jump right to the specific types, without also providing the unspecified generic as an option, to avoid people being forced into 'guessed credits'.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:46, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
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Along the same lines as the baglama, we have three dulcimers scattered in the list (Appalachian, Hammered, and Đàn tam thập lục), but no generic "dulcimer" listing.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:14, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Is this a point for discussion or a suggestion to have a generic "dulcimer" added to this list? If it's the former, precisely what do you want to discuss? If it's the latter, go and add it to the list of suggestions above! -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:22, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
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"Mbira (Mbira, (sansa, kalimba, luvale, karimba, marimbula, matape)) (7)" - I would suggest that this one is named such that it's unclear; the kalimba can be either the modern thumb piano, or the entire family, but the mbira is specifically the traditional thumb piano used within Zimbabwe.  "Kalimba (Mbira, (sansa, kalimba, luvale, karimba, marimbula, matape)) (7)" would make much more sense. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:52, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
While we have lots of types of pipe, we have no generic "[[WikiPedia:Pipe_(instrument)|pipe]]". -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:52, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Is this a point for discussion or a suggestion to have a generic "pipe" added to this list? If it's the former, could you elaborate more on what it is you want to discuss? If it's the latter, go and add it to the list of suggestions above! -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:22, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
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Would be nice if the entry for "Jew's Harp" was changed into "Jew's Harp / Trump". Unless you know the instrument, it's easy to assume that "trump" is a kind of trumpet. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 21:00, 29 April 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">According to [[WikiPedia:Trump|Wikipedia]], "trump" can mean either a Jew's harp or a trumpet (or a blow in a trumpet). -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 08:26, 01 May 2008 (UTC)
 
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===Musicbox===
 
 
 
* [[WikiPedia:Musical_box|Music(al) box]] - only have one case so far: Steve Thorne's [[Release:5f1d8dfc-265e-4e3f-ba1f-42595548d306|EMO1]] - so perhaps we should wait for more occurrences. This is probably something for the "Other instruments" section. -- [[User:Shepard|Shepard]] 14:31, 25 February 2007 (UTC)
 
** I don't know about Music Boxes really, to me it seems like less of an instrument and more like "instrument, composition (melody), medium (e.g. vinyl) and medium-player all wrapped up in one thing". I am not sure here to be honest. ~[[User:mo|mo]]
 
*** I have juste add AR for [[Track:30c676b1-e1e2-4966-abd5-d7ac42f7b187|Je ne te reconnais plus (feat. Olivia Ruiz)]] where Julien Lebart perfoms as musical box. I think we can suggest it! -- [[Fabe56]]
 
*** 3rd case: Music box on [[Track:33ec2d59-1517-4eab-ace8-a1193507d3fd|Virginia Clemm]] -- [[zos18]]
 
 
 
===Synths===
 
 
 
Why shouldn't particular types of synth be added?  They're frequently listed on CDs and some people care what type of synth was played.  Why not make them subtypes of 'Synthesizer'. [[User:PaulSharpe|PaulSharpe]]
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Because it's impossible to keep up with them all, especially considering the protracted process by which new instruments need to go through before they are added. I've said time and time again that this is all NUTS - what we need are a few (50 tops) instrument/role macro-categories, and then a free text field by which users can input qualifiers. Eg: "Synthesizer [[[Mini Moog|MiniMoog]]]". --[[User:Gecks|Gecks]]
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Free text fields are not possible in the current [[Advanced Relationships|AdvancedRelationships]] implementation. (And also I think a mixture of a list and free text is counter productive, but well..) You guys are just too impatient. :) Let [[User:mo|mo]] finish his job of restructuring the tree and after that he will create a wiki page to make the process of adding instruments much faster. Noone will die inbetween. And it will prevent total chaos to do it structured and in this order. --[[User:Shepard|Shepard]]
 
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The number of different synths produced numbers in the several hundreds. Roland alone has made well over 100 different synths and tone generators.  Do you want to start listing all of those? That's a slipperly slope to be on.  Besides, they are just models and brands.  In the end the artist is still playing a synthesizer.  If we start listing those then to be consistent we'd have to list the brand and model of all of the other instruments.  Does it matter that Jaco Pastorius played a Fender Precision Bass on most of his albums or can we be content to know that he played electric bass guitar?  Likewise, does it really matter that Lyle Mays played a Korg Triton and a Steinway Grand on the last Pat Metheny album or is knowing that he played synthesizer and piano enough? [[User:MattPerry|MattPerry]]
 
 
 
===Dancing===
 
 
 
* Dancing - Occasionally, I stumble upon releases and tracks which have someone credited as "dancer" or with "dancing"
 
** Stepdancing - I also see step dancing every now and then (actually, probably more often than simply dancing). --[[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 2007-04-17T07:52:33CEST (I will provide links to releases with these credits as soon as I get around making that [[Wiki Page|WikiPage]] I talked about yesterday in IRC.)
 
** maybe Tapdancing, which is apparently a subtype of [[WikiPedia:Step_dancing|stepdancing]] - on [[Release:507f5433-5bdf-4f9e-a1ce-a6dab959b8a6|Who Used to Dance]] (actually represented as "percussion instruments performed by Savion Glover"), and probably a lot more releases (Musicals' stuff).
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] pointed out that Discogs lists "Tap Dancing" as an instrument. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 19:21, 06 May 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">I'm not really sure there is a point in crediting things that don't have a relation with the recorded sound (eg: "My mother made the cookies"), and possibly we may define this "instrument" only when it actually has a "part"? -- [[User:dmppanda|dmppanda]] 09:09, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Well, all the dancing credits I thought of in my above proposal actually have a "part" in the sound picture. Step dance in particular is used in "Celtic" music for percussion, in line with bodhrán, bones, and spoons. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 13:02, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">krazykiwi says there's a band called 'Tilly and the Wall' who make a feature out of having a tap dancer instead of a drummer (both live and on recordings).  -- [[User:mikemorr|mikemorr]]
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">[[Artist:165dacb8-991e-46e7-a717-1b0548df2a9b|Born Again Floozies]] also use tap dancers and a bass drum instead of a drummer -- [[jdc0730]]
 
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Mo, no interest in H'arpeggione, Hardanger Fiddle, Spinet, Rebec, Lira da braccio, Viol, treble viol, viola da gamba, bass viol, violone, vihuela, viola da mano, Mexican vihuela, xiao, yali tambur, saz, tar, setar, kamenchech, fasil kemenche, santur, sarangi, santoor, rubab, komuz, dotar, pipa, er-hu, matouqin, gu zeng, gu qin, zhong ruan, charango, ronroco, waylaycho, tiple, requinto, sonqo, patasi charango, South American mandolin, quatro, tambura, instrumental tambura, vocal tambura, valiha, kalimba, or Vocal Role: "Percussion"?  (All lost in the revert)...  Foolip's working on Chinese releases (have we ever before had someone working on them to need Chinese instruments?) and I'm working on a 170 CD set of classical on period instruments.  Even if there's not yet 5 releases listed in here to justify adding each of these yet, shouldn't they still be listed?  (For vocal percussion, if anyone can edit that table, I can provide links to at least 30 releases in the db for which it would be needed) -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 15:35, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">I'm not very familiar with the instruments of Chinese classical music, but there are annotations on [[Release:3ff90901-6d2f-44ef-805e-2169827dec88|殤]] and [[Release:72c36f58-8fb4-41f7-b482-ac89b662bee8|三笑]] where a few instruments are listed. -- [[User:foolip|foolip]] 03:15, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">foolip, I can't read the script, but perhaps those are among these?  (Copied out from revision 198) [http://www.toddgreen.com/strings.html rubab, komuz, dotar, pipa, er-hu, matouqin, gu zeng, gu qin, zhong ruan]  Uzbeki/Mongol/Chinese/Other Asian guitar/bowed/plucked string instruments  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 09:17, 01 May 2008 (UTC)
 
</ul>Several of the instruments you list, Brian, are already in the tree – please check [[Advanced Instrument Tree]] before requesting instruments for addition! Also, vocal stuff, like "Vocal role: percussion", doesn't belong here at all, but rather in the [[Advanced Vocal Tree|AdvancedVocalTree]]. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 14:10, 02 March 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Freso, if ou look at the revision that was reverted out there, at the time those were not.  On the specific vocal percussion role, I even at the time specifically made mention of the fact that this wasn't perhaps the right place for it - but also mentioned that there is no page for that tree, nor did it seem to make sense to make an entirely new VocalAdditionDiscussion page for such a small tree with so few conceivable potential additions.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 16:56, 06 May 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">I know for a fact that "hardangerfele" has been in the tree for as long as I've been around MB, so unless you made the list before Summer 2006... no. [[Advanced Vocal Tree|AdvancedVocalTree]] has also been around for a while - but then, I don't really get where you're going with that bit of your comment. Sorry. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 17:58, 06 May 2008 (UTC)
 
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===Singular or Plural (parent) instruments===
 
 
 
Parent instruments are named with inconsistent singular and plural form at the moment (e.g. 'Horn', 'Valved brass instruments', 'Flute' and 'Drums'). Some of the parent intruments are instruments of them selfves (e.g. 'Horn'), some are just a group indication (e.g. 'Valved brass instruments'). Both types can, and should be allowed to, be used in AR's depending on how someone is credited. I think this should be done in a more consitent manner. [[Release:43077b5c-05bd-4d07-b938-3963101ab417|Away From Here]] is one example where one is credited arranging 'Horn'''s'''' instead of just 'Horn'. There is, however, no plural form of 'Horn' available while the group 'Violins' does have 'Violin' in singular form included.
 
 
 
In the most accurate situation we should do the same for every group indication as we do for 'Violins' and 'Violin' thus e.g. changing 'Horn' to 'Horns' and adding 'Horn' as a sub instrument. This might, however, result in a drastic increase of the instrument list (not that it isn't already way too big but stil ;-)). Another option would be to change at least all of the parent intruments to use the 'Horn(s)' form and thus removing the singular forms like 'Violin' from the list. The downside would be that the AR's won't be as accurate as can be. Of course, we could simply make everything singular or plural but somehow this doesn't really appeal to me ;-) -- [[User:Prodoc|Prodoc]] 14:43, 08 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
==Failed, and why==
 
 
 
* Indian Strings ''NOTE: will not be added as it is too generic'' - what should we use when it's listed on a CD as an instrument then? -- Then try to find out exactly what kind of Indian stringed instrument it is. See: [http://chandrakantha.com/articles/indian_music/instruments.html http://chandrakantha.com/articles/indian_music/instruments.html]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Tabla|Tabla]] ''already here, see Goblet Drum''
 
 
 
* [[WikiPedia:Guitar_synthesizer|Guitar synthesizer]] This shouldn't be added either. Just because you added a MIDI pickup to your guitar it doesn't change the fact that you're still playing a guitar.
 
: I dispute this simplistic rejection, personally, and think it should be revisited. There are already many "specialized" versions of instruments listed on the current instrument tree, so this as a specialized electric guitar makes sense to me. There are also specialised Guitar Synth players; and all-in-one guitars that can be purchased. From Wikipedia "While the term "MIDI guitar" is often used as a synonym for the field of guitar/synthesis or for a guitar/synthesizer, MIDI is not always used. While most synthesizers use a keyboard interface to allow the performer to play the instrument, because synthesizers generate sounds electronically, a range of input devices can actuate them.[1] A guitar/synthesizer provides an interface which is familiar to a guitarist, allowing the guitarist to play synthesized sounds through the guitar. This diminishes the need for the guitarist to learn to play a keyboard, and allows for musical effects which are natural for a guitar but more difficult or impossible to produce using a keyboard." The fact that you can't achieve the same sound from a traditional synth keyboard or a regular electric guitar makes this distinct from both a "synth" and a "guitar". IMO, an instrument credit should represent both the input mechanism AND the sound that is produced. I mean, we even have both lap steel guitar and electric guitar... Neither "electric guitar" nor "synthesizier" accurately represent the play style and sound here. --[[User:Voiceinsideyou|Voiceinsideyou]] 06:04, 3 September 2009 (UTC)
 
 
 
* [[WikiPedia:E-mu|E-mu synthesizer]] This is just a brand of synth. It should not be added.
 
* [[WikiPedia:DX7|Yamaha DX7]] This is just a brand and model of synth. It should not be added.
 
* [[WikiPedia:Cymbalum|Cymbalum]] ''already in here, see [http://wiki.musicbrainz.org/AdvancedInstrumentTree?highlight=%28Cymbalum%29 list] : ) ''
 
* [[WikiPedia:Kalimba|Kalimba]]: [[Artist:f4eb8346-052d-4a5c-8393-cba3aeadb4d9|Steve Hackett]] played Kalimba on [[Release:4262dca2-df09-41a1-ba0e-050957e56f7e|Wind & Wuthering]]. - jongetje
 
: It's already in the list - look under "mbira".  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 12:27, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
==Recently Added==
 
 
 
* [[WikiPedia:Bouzouki|Bouzoukis]]
 
** Greek Bouzouki
 
** [[WikiPedia:Irish_bouzouki|Irish Bouzouki]]
 
 
 
* [[WikiPedia:Shawm|Shawm]]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Autoharp|Autoharp]]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Davul|Davul]]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Bass_flute|Bass Flute]] and several other flutes.
 
* [[WikiPedia:Boatswain%27s_pipe|Boatswain's Pipe / Bosun's Whistle]]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Flute|Indian Bamboo Flute]]
 
** also would like to thank [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] for his awesome help in explaining how this should be done. this is a prime example of how id like these requests, not only what and why, but how, thank you [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]]!
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Haha! You're welcome. :) It was interesting to partake in how to best approach that problem. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 05:34, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
 
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* [[WikiPedia:Violone|Violone]]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Kantele|Kantele]]
 
** Adding my note here, i think that a generic "Kantele" entry is best. *I* don't know enough about it to even being creating a tree.
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">And we have [[Sub Optimal Credits|SubOptimalCredits]] to see whether there's a need for more specific kantele entries (and which) as well. (If people will use it as intended, that is.) -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 05:39, 14 November 2007 (UTC)
 
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* [[WikiPedia:Tangent_piano|Tangent Piano]] In the harpsichord/clavichord family, dates from around the same time as the fortepiano.  Mozart specifically wrote K. 300g and K. 315g for the Tangent Piano.  I need this one for tracks 19 and 21 of disc 9 of volume 6 of the Brilliant Classics complete Mozart set. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 19:42, 03 November 2007 (UTC)
 
* [[WikiPedia:Scottish_smallpipes|Scottish Smallpipes]]: Belongs alongside the other specialized bagpipes already in the list. See [[Edit:7509789|7509789]]] -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Would you think we should make a separation beneath "Bagpipe" for "bellow-blowns" and "mouth-blowns" or just lump all the bagpipes together under "Bagpipe"? (I'm going to add Northumberland pipes within not too long, and thus all the specific types of bagpipes will be bellow blown! Woohoo!) -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 17:09, 05 May 2008 (UTC) Added to the list. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 21:28, 05 May 2008 (UTC)
 
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* [[WikiPedia:Practice_chanter|Practice Chanter]]: Double reed wind instrument, similar to a recorder. See [[Edit:7551925|7551925]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Where would you place this in the tree? As a child of "Double reed" or "Bagpipe"? (They're amazingly fun to play around with, btw. :p) -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 17:09, 05 May 2008 (UTC)
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">Added to the list under "Bagpipe". -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 21:50, 05 May 2008 (UTC)
 
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</ul>
 
* Melodeon
 
** Added a while ago, by renaming "Diatonic accordion" to "Diatonic accordion / Melodeon". -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 19:34, 06 May 2008 (UTC)
 
* [[WikiPedia:Bass_drum|Bass Drum]] (AKA: Kick Drum)
 
* Fretless Bass
 
* Tenor Guitar
 
* Bombarde
 
* Bayan
 
* Chromatic Button Accordion
 
* [[WikiPedia:Quena|Quena]]
 
* [[WikiPedia:Twelve-string_guitar|12 string guitar]]
 
 
 
=== '''Basset-horn''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Basset-horn|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' 
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:''  [[release:c178ab0e-7e02-4f7c-a775-6e1c458b9d08|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Premium Edition (disc 7: Divertimenti Nos. 1-5 for 2 Clarinets & Basset Horn, K. 439b/1-5/KV Anh 229/1-5)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''  [[release:a6d2212b-b722-400d-81a0-63f3e8677d7b|Works for Basset Horn and Strings (basset horn: Paul Gallo, violin: Barbara Long, viola: Jack Rosenberg)]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''  [[release:70fbe745-1034-4f61-935b-654a19b02602|Clarinet Quintet K. 581 / Clarinet Quartet K. 374f (Danubius Quartet feat. clarinet: József Balogh)]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''  [[release:27f1b07a-dd59-408d-97b4-cac4c110dbb6|The Clarinet in Concert (London Symphony Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra feat. clarinet: Thea King) (disc 1)]]
 
*** ''Release 5:''  [[release:dd1bb29e-6583-4c07-b6fe-606a760827bb|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Complete Works, Volume 3: Serenades, Divertimenti, Dances (disc 12: Divertimenti K. 439b Nos. 4-6 For 2 Clarinets & Bassoon)]]
 
 
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** Mozart wrote several works specifically for basset-horn.  To properly AR the full 170 CD set, I need this one.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 06:21, 03 November 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Chalumeau''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Chalumeau|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a woodwind instrument of the late baroque and early classical era, in appearance rather like a recorder, but with a mouthpiece like a clarinet's.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:864e3247-82f6-4b69-9130-6fbf1d2bb3f8|Four Seasons / Concerti "con molti istromenti" / Gloria (The English Concert feat. conductor: Trevor Pinnock) (disc 2)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:930e9fd8-c75d-438a-818c-2731505daf08|Concerti per mandolini / Concerti con molti strumenti (Europa Galante feat. violin: Fabio Biondi)]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:4b0d82e2-5cf3-4c5f-b6a8-723859c0abc6|Wind Concertos / Symphony "Il grillo" (Wiener Akademie feat. conductor: Martin Haselböck)]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:e4123c31-46a1-40e3-82e6-43217df21e5d|Alchemist]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:2290aefa-723e-4e06-9d04-15d02f428165|Concerti "Alla Rustica" (David Reichenberg, Simon Standage, Jakob Lindberg, Nigel North, Philip Pickett, The English Concert feat. conductor: Trevor Pinnock)]]
 
 
 
=== '''Cuatro''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 
 
** [[WikiPedia:Cuatro|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A class of South-American guitars
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' '''[[release:ea6e5175-ec26-4d37-88fe-14ee2c57665d|When in Rome…]]''' by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra
 
*** ''Releases 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8:'' All the releases by the [[artist:4dfadf48-e15b-4fc2-a800-2b68702a72d5|Penguin Cafe Orchestra]]
 
*** ''Releases 9, 10, 11:'' All the releases by [[artist:36be047b-c4f2-443f-90b8-0453d6eaa339|Simón Díaz]]
 
*** ''Release 12:'' [[Release:347d86f9-79a1-4580-b344-897cbb788a43|Shaman]] on track 1
 
** ''Comments:'' 
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list.  -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** Popular in folk and ethnic music. See also [http://bugs.musicbrainz.org/ticket/3715 http://bugs.musicbrainz.org/ticket/3715] -- [[User:gioele|gioele]] 10:43, 06 May 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== '''Taragot''' ===
 
** ''AKA:'' (none known)
 
** ''Description:'' The Taragot is a Turkish/Hungarian/Romanian reed instrument related to the saxophone and clarinet.
 
** ''Instrument family:'' Winds – Reeds – Singular reed 
 
** ''Appears on:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [http://musicbrainz.org/release/11e675a2-e3d0-435f-8f78-98e15d4a3fb0.html http://musicbrainz.org/release/11e675a2-e3d0-435f-8f78-98e15d4a3fb0.html] (Dumitru Fărcaș)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [http://musicbrainz.org/release/03f67e07-fda7-40e8-8f12-96ab310a7297.html http://musicbrainz.org/release/03f67e07-fda7-40e8-8f12-96ab310a7297.html] (Luca Novac)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [http://musicbrainz.org/release/e24d9dcc-0c33-462e-bd08-41c77a71bc3b.html http://musicbrainz.org/release/e24d9dcc-0c33-462e-bd08-41c77a71bc3b.html] (Dumitru Fărcaș)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [http://musicbrainz.org/release/38d41036-5ca1-4e9e-958d-4519bd85b491.html http://musicbrainz.org/release/38d41036-5ca1-4e9e-958d-4519bd85b491.html]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [http://musicbrainz.org/release/df98afe0-2e34-4c83-b4e3-cd92cdd080d6.html http://musicbrainz.org/release/df98afe0-2e34-4c83-b4e3-cd92cdd080d6.html]
 
** ''Comments:'' See [[wikipedia:Taragot|Wikipedia page]]. I ''think'' it's the descendant of the next instrument in this list (Tárogató); Wikipedia says that without the accents. On the other hand, the accents ''might'' be the Hungarian spelling (here's [[wikipedia:hu:T%C3%A1rogat%C3%B3|the Hungarian wiki page]], it seems more informative but I can't read it.) 
 
<ul><li style="list-style-type:none">A look around the web would suggest that “taragot” is the generic internationalized (i.e., English) spelling, but that might be biased by my searches. Some more links: [http://www.11thmuse.com/taragot.html Page dedicated to the taragot]. [http://www.eliznik.org.uk/RomaniaMusic/taragot.htm Some more info].
 
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* [[Sub Optimal Credits|SubOptimalCredits]]
 
 
 
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