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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/relationship-attributes/instruments Instrument list] to make sure it is not already there under a different name.
 
 
 
When a proposed instrument has been added on the server, its info will be moved to the [[Instrument_Tree/Recently_Added|Recently Added page]].
 
 
 
==Instruments with 5 releases listed==
 
* [[#10-string guitar|10-string guitar]]
 
* [[#Analog synthesizer|Analog synthesizer]]
 
* [[#Arghul|Arghul]]
 
* [[#Banjo-ukelele|Banjo-ukelele]]
 
* [[#Baroque cello|Baroque cello]]
 
* [[#Baroque Guitar|Baroque Guitar]]
 
* [[#Baroque Violin|Baroque Violin]]
 
* [[#Bass Bodhrán|Bass Bodhrán]]
 
* [[#Bougarabou|Bougarabou]]
 
* [[#Duck call|Duck call]]
 
* [[#Dulcimer|Dulcimer]]
 
* [[#Dutar|Dutar]]
 
* [[#Effects|Effects]]
 
* [[#Extended-range bass guitar|Extended-range bass guitar]]
 
* [[#Game Boy|Game Boy]]
 
* [[#Ganzá|Ganzá]]
 
* [[#Gizmo|Gizmo]]
 
* [[#Guitarrón mexicano|Guitarrón mexicano]]
 
* [[#Latin percussion|Latin percussion]]
 
* [[#Loops|Loops]]
 
* [[#Marímbula|Marímbula]]
 
* [[#Music Sequencer|Music Sequencer]]
 
* [[#Ngoni|Ngoni]]
 
* [[#Optigan|Optigan]]
 
* [[#Pandeiro|Pandeiro]]
 
* [[#Pocket Trumpet|Pocket Trumpet]]
 
* [[#Portuguese Guitar|Portuguese Guitar]]
 
* [[#Reco-reco|Reco-reco]]
 
* [[#Renaissance Harp|Renaissance Harp]]
 
* [[#Repinique|Repinique]]
 
* [[#Slideridoo|Slideridoo]]
 
* [[#Spinet|Spinet]]
 
* [[#Steel-string guitar|Steel-string guitar]]
 
* [[#Tack piano|Tack piano]]
 
* [[#Violino piccolo|Violino piccolo]]
 
* [[#Weissenborn Guitar|Weissenborn Guitar]]
 
 
 
==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 [[Artist:1a14063c-9dca-48d5-98c3-89748c74562b|Ricky Skaggs]] on [[Release:326f6e60-0e06-4832-a7d0-7b6017092d53|Blue Kentucky Girl]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 5-string viola ===
 
** ''Description:'' A viola with an additional e string allowing the musician to play violin tunes more easily
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' Played by Mikael Marin on [[Release:b2c5c9b7-029d-4fdf-84bd-6ba0af842073|I lust och glöd]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 5-string cello ===
 
** ''Description:'' A cello with an additional upper e string. Exists in baroque music and nowadays in non classical context (ex: Folk music)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' Played by Leonor Palazzo on [[Release:ade86af0-98a2-486a-aea1-16d02e482737|Septentrio]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 7-string guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 7-string acoustic guitar
 
** ''Description:'' an acoustic guitar with 7 strings
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings/Plucked string instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Luiz Otávio Braga on track 5, credited as Spanish acoustic guitar
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 10-string guitar ===
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' Played by GA Devine on track 21 of [[Release:9c7c3890-3b5d-43cf-a083-aef6892c4f9d|Naxos Guitar Collection Sampler]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' Played by 渡辺等 (Hitoshi Watanabe) on track 4 of [[Release:937858fd-3383-431e-b276-c0970f362629|永遠。]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' Played by Stefan Östersjö on track 6 of [[Release:8091c038-7084-4006-bf4c-9952fb9625a9|Spanning: Scandinavian Electro Acoustic Music]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:0ed9f0cb-d5e8-4282-ac6e-845cc113b749|Elision Ensemble / Chamber Works]], played by Daryl Buckley on tracks 4-6
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:ce8865e2-69e1-4740-8e0a-a80311080764|East of the Night]], played by Stephan Micus on track 1
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** See [http://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item.asp?item_code=8.570948 Naxos]
 
 
 
=== 11-string guitar ===
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:f9e899c9-956e-403f-a0f2-a96ac22d3599|Eleven-String Baroque]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''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:780517d6-9a84-43b8-9a9f-c6ef8d35a842|Χρώμα]] on track 7
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Acoustic Instruments ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' Generic instrument credit
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:84b058bd-2a65-45e0-b9c1-8e599696f30b|Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** We already have Electronic Instruments in the tree.
 
 
 
=== Afoxé ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Afoxé|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Afro-brazilian instrument, a small xequerê
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion / ... / rattle
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:89bf9585-8fc8-3cfc-9629-05e04ad6f8cc|Os Afro-Sambas de Baden e Vinicius]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Armando Marçal on tracks 2 and 9, credited as rattle
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== African Harp ===
 
** ''Description:''
 
** [[wikipedia:African_harp|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:21867d2c-c2a0-4fc7-be35-dee56e535aef|Στην Ανδρομέδα και στη γη]] on track 3
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:79af6696-da5c-429a-b279-2073349f1e98|Βραχνός προφήτης]] on track 9
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Airpoles ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Air poles, Angel Air Poles, Wiper Air Poles, Sword Air Poles
 
** ''Description:'' long fiberglass rods that make a whiplike sound when waved through the air
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion/Other?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]] on all tracks (played by all three members)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** Angel air poles, wiper air poles and sword air poles are subtypes of this instrument. Since I doubt this instrument will ever be added, I'll leave them as aliases for now. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 09:38, 20 January 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Alfaia drum ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Alfaia
 
** ''Description:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Alfaia|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c6acf741-8092-421a-b35a-406f64532b05|Indeecios]] credits [[Artist:be17eaaf-1163-4d2d-aaa1-0d2e5ac47aa3|Tikogó]] for "alfaia drum"
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Aman khuur ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Khel khuur, khulsan khuur, tömör khuur (with many spelling variations including: aman huur, aman xuur, hel huur, xel xuur, hulsan huur, xulsan xuur, tömör huur, tömör xuur), ヘル・ホール
 
** ''Description:'' A Mongolian Jew's harp.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Wind instruments / ... / Jew's harp
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:c7a0df1d-ed37-4e9f-8d19-79f9ad4b48ee|モンゴルの歌]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Analog synthesizer ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Analog synth
 
** [[Wikipedia:Analog synthesizer|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a synthesizer that uses analog circuits and techniques to produce sound
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments/.../Synthesizer
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:5d00bc76-ee66-4fd2-85a3-5f5cb9ed681e|Heavy Rocks (2011)]] on track 3
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:da49637d-740e-4818-b715-809941d0da39|Medicine Compilation - From the Quiet Lodge]] Tracks 1 and 10 as synthesizer, played by Haruomi Hosono (more specifically, a Prophet-5)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:7381494e-5113-4ede-922e-d216cab3fa9a|Dark Ages]] programmed by John Gray (another Prophet-5)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:7c165e65-419a-4118-81b8-03a42c1ca054|NEW AKINA エトランゼ]] Track 6 as synthesizer (a Prophet-5 programmed by Haruomi Hosono, currently credited as synthesizer performance)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:1b652d8e-b032-4f5d-8d6c-7ea9e6c03f4d|Eyes at Half Mast]] All tracks, brand not specified, played by Kevin O'Connor
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Anvil ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Anvil|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a blacksmith's anvil played as a percussion instrument
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
 
 
=== Arch harp guitar ===
 
** ''Description:'' [http://perlmanguitars.com/arch_harp_guitar.htm Arch harp guitar] info. Related to the [[Wikipedia:Harp guitar|harp guitar]] (which also should be added).
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|A Feather Upon the Shore]] played by James Kline on all tracks.
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Arghul ===
 
** ''AKA:'' argul, arghoul, arghool, argol, or yarghul
 
** [[Wikipedia:Arghul|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a traditional Egyptian double-pipe, single-reed woodwind instrument
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Woodwind -> Reeds -> Singular reed
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:1e36d30e-00cf-4f6a-bc8b-4b56f906ef56|Solmamdenlo]] (played by Jérôme Ettinger)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Recording:caf9be62-c997-458c-a035-4734f4ace6b2|Bendimina / Ayoub]] (played by Mustafah 'Abd Al'-Azīz)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:57b55aed-c73b-4a65-8745-8fcb33cb9bab|Passion: Music for the Last Temptation of Christ]] (track 3, 5, 17, 20) (played by Mustafah 'Abd Al'-Azīz)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:c68193ed-e8aa-4818-a301-4f5dbbfba50a|Egypt]] (played by Mustafah 'Abd Al'-Azīz)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:8a42bad4-238a-355d-a6ae-22ee87c1bb58|From Luxor to Isna]] (played by Mustafah 'Abd Al'-Azīz -- see the cover)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Aronophonic ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Ashiko ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ashiko|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of drum played with the hands
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d5776474-e195-402d-b933-340d274e89d5|Devil's Got Your Tongue]] Played by Babatunde Olatunji and Kehinde O'Uhuru, credited as percussion
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Atabaque ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Atabaque|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of brazilian hand drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:76301a89-0a40-474e-a2de-4cf6fc4225a2|Os Afro-Sambas de Baden e Vinicius]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Auto parts ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Car parts
 
** ''Description:'' Various automobile parts played as percussion instruments
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c7b5b885-01be-41e3-a06a-f86652918e74|Let Them Talk]] (played by Jay Bellerose)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Backpack Tubulum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a small tubulum designed to be portable
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 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)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Backwards electric guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Sustainer guitar
 
** ''Description:'' A modified electric guitar that uses electromagnetic waves to vibrate the strings
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:280704d8-b54c-4668-b640-1c1c9469a4ed|Not Too Late]] on track 5
 
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** ''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)
 
***** You might want to read [http://www.nicolascollins.com/texts/BackwardsElectricGuitar.pdf this]. It's a pretty interesting contraption (and yes, it ''is'' a separate and unique instrument). -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 20:40, 4 January 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Bajo sexto ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Bajo_sexto|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Bajo sexto (Spanish: "sixth bass") is a Mexican string instrument with 12 strings in 6 double courses.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]], track 10
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:620266f9-0664-4237-8708-f59bcf1cc528|Down Home Saturday Night]], track 4, played by Alex Delgado (listed as guitar)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:620266f9-0664-4237-8708-f59bcf1cc528|Down Home Saturday Night]], track 14, played by Louis Gonzales (listed as guitar)
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 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:''
 
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** ''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]]. Tunings will most likely be added as a separate attribute. -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 00:27, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Banjolin ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Banjolin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:cbc97377-05f3-4011-a8fa-0aaa1ca9ffd1|Feels Like Home]] (track 1, credited as banjo)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Four-string Banjo ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a banjo, with four strings
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings, Banjo
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:32bd5d7e-f5dc-4f8f-99f5-d29d42e2b61c|Genuine Negro Jig]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Banjo-ukelele ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Banjolele, Banjo Uke
 
** [[wikipedia:Banjo_ukelele|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6469bec7-3249-4fce-b502-1889f51d0306|Samurai Over Serbia]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:2d8457a4-1fb6-4869-beeb-7b0f98444076|Solo: Oldtime Country Music]] by Mike Seeger (track 5)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:fc7cf1c2-22a1-439a-9cbd-783881b7bbc4|The Road to Damascus]] (tracks 2, 13) (and [http://musicbrainz.org/artist/0ebdb4e6-e905-4ba3-9c30-bd622fa4d454/relationships ''Mark Hellenberg'' as a member of ''Notorious''] (per [http://www.notoriousfolk.com/about.html#quartet his bio]))
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:ff582b02-fb00-48d3-81b6-27850c4f3530|Rainy Night in Montague]] (Bill Tomczak)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:2fac1561-4028-452e-b25b-55d80c4d0cd1|Sir Henry at Rawlinson End]], banjolele played by Vivian Stanshall
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Baritone Bouzouki ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Barizouki
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]], tracks 1, 2, 9
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:413d621a-2b15-4e09-bafa-b725d9eb221f|Mr. Love and Justice]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** It's entirely possible that Ben Mandelson invented this instrument. There's a description [http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/billybragg/message/2548 here]. [[User:Jprucher|Jprucher]] ([[User talk:Jprucher|talk]]) 21:26, 24 August 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Bass violin ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Basse de violon
 
** ''Description:'' Bass violin is the modern term for various 16th and 17th-century bass instruments of the violin (i.e. "viola da braccio") family. They were the direct ancestor of the modern cello. Bass violins were usually somewhat larger than the modern cello, but tuned the same or sometimes just one step lower than it. Contemporary names for these instruments include "basso de viola da braccio," "basso da braccio," or the generic term "violone," which simply meant "large fiddle." The instrument differed from the violone of the viol, or "viola da gamba" family in that like the other violins it had at first three, and later usually four strings, as opposed to five, six, or seven strings, it was tuned in fifths, and it had no frets. With its F-holes and stylized C-bouts it also more closely resembled the viola da braccio.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:4de763c8-b6b5-41f8-b6ff-bb148c59c80d|Les Concerts Royaux (CD)]] and [[Release:983d9e7c-93c7-4530-9f46-a25686152432|Les Concerts Royaux (SACD)]], tracks 1, 5-7, 9-13, 15, 17-19, 22, 25 (Bruno Cocset)
 
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*** On rare occasions this term is used as a synonym for the double bass.
 
 
 
=== Resozouki ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]], tracks 2, 3, 5, 12
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** It's entirely possible that Ben Mandelson invented this instrument. See [http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mhuey/ben/ this page.] [[User:Jprucher|Jprucher]] ([[User talk:Jprucher|talk]]) 21:30, 26 August 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Baroque cello ===
 
** ''Description:'' From the wiki article for baroque violin: "any violin whose neck, fingerboard, bridge, and tailpiece are of the type used during the baroque period. [...] 'Baroque cellos' [...] also exist, with similar modifications made to their form."
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Cello
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:42b32072-85f3-4be0-8f0c-a39beed5614b|Flute Sonatas Nos. 272-277]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:e4123c31-46a1-40e3-82e6-43217df21e5d|Alchemist]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:bd807355-df51-4e89-944c-74040337d7cc|Twelve Flute Sonatas]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:c04e1b2c-6e4b-465b-bf7b-a26a2eb1d05c|Clas Pehrsson performs...]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:150e0067-1206-459b-9803-29e456554be6|6 Cello Concertos]] by  (The Academy of Ancient Music, Christophe Coin, Christopher Hogwood) Played by Christophe Coin on tracks 1--6 and 10--15, credited as cello (but this is an authentic baroque 1750 cello (performs on authentic instruments)
 
 
 
=== Baroque Guitar ===
 
** [[WikiPedia:Baroque_guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A guitar from the baroque era (c. 1600–1750), an ancestor of the modern classical guitar. The term is also used for modern instruments made in the same style.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitar
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:b39eb8c6-7e41-4fca-b521-1abff569844d|Der fluyten lust-hof (selected works) (Erik Bosgraaf)]] in cd 3 tracks 8, 9 & 10
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:aca4abb8-5dd9-4a6a-9b78-0005e6fc7177|På gyllen grunn (Anita Skorgan)]], all tracks.
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:5653d840-064c-44ce-be5c-cee8308be472|Danza y diferencias]], all tracks
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:5503a535-f15a-4533-bbb1-d2ad86ca7475|The Greatest Masterworks / Les plus grands chefs-d'œuvre]], played by David Miller
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:b74b0469-cb2c-4483-82b0-0b470cf0b4e5|Guitarra: The Guitar in Spain]], played by Julian Bream on tracks 6 to 11
 
 
 
=== Baroque Lute ===
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~lsa/aboutLute/Baroque.html Info]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Lute
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:8992a444-59ce-4065-8bc2-ca4397712f36|Music for Lute and Mandolin]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:f598b978-4644-4eca-bc94-5b12f6e2d9a0|Countertenor duets by Purcell and Blow]]
 
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=== Baroque Violin ===
 
** [[WikiPedia:Baroque_violin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A violin of the style used in the 16th through 18th centuries, or a modern replica of a period instrument.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Violin
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:b72a76ae-cae8-42a4-a848-c07f57444e4a|Violin Sonatas (with original ornamentation)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:e4123c31-46a1-40e3-82e6-43217df21e5d|Alchemist]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:3c37f3e3-eaa1-4fb9-abef-171f609b2e56|Folio]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:acaec52e-527f-3961-8fd1-b0425e9bd486|Music for a While. Songs (Alfred Deller)]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:5503a535-f15a-4533-bbb1-d2ad86ca7475|The Greatest Masterworks / Les plus grands chefs-d'œuvre]], played by Marie Knight
 
 
 
=== Bapang ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' http://chinhwebchannel.in/Nomadic%20fair%20&%20festival/performance.html http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musique_rajasthanie
 
** ''Description:'' A percussion from Rajasthan
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussions
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:0f450228-844d-4ce5-b40b-8ccf84f63761|Un bruit qui court]] (Bapang by Simon Edwards)
 
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=== Bass Bodhrán ===
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Description:'' An Irish frame drum; a lower version of the bodhrán.
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a9f83319-a2d6-4cf7-9f5c-6708aea303ee|The Chieftains 4]] (played by Seán Potts)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:36aa3f43-903b-40a7-9285-2e85a5993174|The Best of Altan]] (played by Tommy Hayes, Dónal Lunny)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:5e9c58a0-26f3-4fd3-be6c-902d13d9085d|Sunny Spells and Scattered Showers]] (played by John Anthony)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:466ff4db-5d5d-343f-bdd0-7e9ca7109674|Sean-Nós Nua]] (played by Dónal Lunny)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:f1f33891-06b9-4bc8-a119-459d23c0522c|Common Ground: Voices of Modern Irish Music]] (played by Dónal Lunny)
 
 
 
=== Bass Trumpet ===
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Description:'' A type of low trumpet which was first developed during the 1820s in Germany.
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:315efb32-a806-476f-b188-9b4a1d382606|Horn]] Played by Noah Gladstone, credited as trumpet
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:3af49b22-2c4e-46a3-98b2-39681ce6381e|Everything Is Everything]] as "Trumpet" by Cyril Touff
 
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=== Bass Marimba ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c2e96d86-6cc0-40ee-8402-84a839404797|Kärlek & politik]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:824a98ad-b8ee-44fe-8f14-58e4eaa71344|Wall-E]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:e1dc73c2-83d5-4da2-94a9-37dd0ce5b80c|Unerreichbar]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Not very common. The author of http://www.craftymusicteachers.com/bassmarimba/ has heard from percussion supply dealers that there are few bass marimbas around, mainly at music schools
 
 
 
=== Bicycle bell ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Bicycle bell|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a metal level-activated bell like what would be found on a bicycle
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 2, credited as bells
 
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=== Big Drum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a giant drum similar to a bass drum in a marching band
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Bird call ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a wooden or metal whistle made to sound like a bird's song
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as tin whistle
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** A duck call is a type of bird call. Maybe it should be filed under this when and if it gets added. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 04:41, 29 April 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Bougarabou ===
 
** ''AKA:'' boucarabou
 
** [[Wikipedia:Bougarabou|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' set of Senegalese goblet-shaped drums
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Goblet drum
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f4969e30-c453-4e0a-a8ec-53fe646108f1|Everything Must Change]] (played by Mathias Vaguenez)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:1e36d30e-00cf-4f6a-bc8b-4b56f906ef56|Solmamdenlo]] (played by Sébastien Delaunay)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:f9b41806-7c04-4655-8cbd-753d57abb215|Changes Live At Green Hours]] (played by Fabrice Doutouma on tracks 1, 2 and 4)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:5d67e2bf-d589-4db7-9566-8650bedf7008|No Absolute Time]] (played by Moktar Samba)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:0e585b91-d8aa-4a4e-82c8-794901057406|Yelema]] (played by Leïty M'Baye on tracks 3, 4 and 11)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Bouzoukomana ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Μπουζουκομάνα
 
** ''Description:'' A larger version of the bouzouki
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e4d6fa13-99b5-376e-bc37-42241e4dd8b0|Αγία Νοσταλγία]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:79af6696-da5c-429a-b279-2073349f1e98|Βραχνός προφήτης]] on track 10
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:5a0ad3ec-15ba-4ec9-b90e-84a8c1cb5578|Διάφανος]] on tracks 1 and 10
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** Not used very often. Made more well known by Θανάσης Παπακωνσταντίνου who used it on a lot of his albums. Example of one such organ for sale can be seen here: http://goo.gl/9xxPE
 
 
 
=== Broom Stick ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0afcbb22-8bb3-4c16-8d69-8dbc38e11055|A Portrait (disc 1)]] (tracks 5-8)
 
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=== Bulb horn ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Bicycle horn, taxi horn, squeeze horn
 
** [[Wikipedia:Vehicle horn|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a small metal horn sounded by squeezing a rubber bulb (often found on bicycles and early automobiles)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds/Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Track 5 as horn
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:770d41b7-b414-4741-ba70-094af070b5b2|Alpocalypse]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as horn
 
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=== Calabash ===
 
** ''Description:'' A percussion instrument consisting of a dried half calabash, of large size, that is struck with the palms, fingers, wrist or objects to produce a variety of percussive sounds.
 
** [[Wikipedia:Calabash (percussion)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:413d621a-2b15-4e09-bafa-b725d9eb221f|Mr. Love and Justice]]
 
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=== Car horn ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Vehicle horn, novelty horn, クラクション
 
** [[WikiPedia:Vehicle horn|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an electric horn like what would be found in a car
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds/Electronic Instruments/Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:475496a9-f546-40ec-a344-ec26237a1907|3rd -LOVEパラダイス-]] Track 3 as horn
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** In Japan, the term "klaxon" (クラクション) is used to refer to both car horns and actual klaxons. In the context of [[Release:475496a9-f546-40ec-a344-ec26237a1907|3rd -LOVEパラダイス-]] (the English word "Klaxon" is even listed in the liner notes) it refers to a car horn, not an industrial klaxon. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 23:20, 22 March 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Chainsaw ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Chainsaw|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A powered tool primarily used in the cutting of wood
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:efaaa7b9-c453-4af5-b6b7-b0f20646e07d|Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse]] on track 10
 
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=== Chirimia ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Cheremia
 
** [[wikipedia:Chirimia|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Latin American type of oboe
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' woodwind
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:f8732943-50bf-4cee-8aef-5f9ec7445b0b|On the Way to Bethlehem (Music of the Medieval Pilgrim)]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Chitarra battente ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Chitarra_battente|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:06e67626-64f4-48b2-993a-25cff32fd070|The Lotus Eaters: Tribute to Dead Can Dance]] on track 4
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Cimbasso ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Cimbasso|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:06241666-c4ef-4520-afb4-cde165e19404|ワールド・デストラクション 〜世界撲滅の六人〜 オリジナルサウンドトラック]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tenor cittern ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' [http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~lsa/aboutLute/TenorCittern.html  Tenor Cittern]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' cittern
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a39232c7-b6c0-44f4-b5fe-012a274459e2|The Imagined Village]] (Track 7, played by Simon Emmerson, listed as other string instruments)
 
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=== Clarinet in D ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Clarinet_family|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Clarinet
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:d7998d99-c5ff-4ce0-a11d-1fe2dedf84d7|Gurrelieder / Chamber Symphony No. 1 / Verklärte Nacht]]
 
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=== Combo organ ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Combo organ|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a small, portable electronic organ
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic organ
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:0ec451e4-e8cf-4fe6-9e23-d5a83e441553|JET CD]] as electronic organ
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Commodore 64 ===
 
** ''AKA:'' MOS Technology SID, 6581/8580 SID, 6581 SID
 
** ''Description:'' [[Wikipedia:MOS_Technology_SID|Wikipedia MOS Technology SID]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic instruments / Synthesizer
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d7f28f37-833d-45a9-a7de-ec1c08350457|Deus Ex Machinae]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Work:038cf227-2a2a-3ddd-827c-42ef602f57e9|Zoids]]
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** The band [[Artist:22cbe400-9906-4c47-973c-b7122b23840a|Machinae Supremacy]] utilize the SID chip using a proprietary synthesizing device called a [[Wikipedia:SidStation|SidStation]]. Could this be listed as a separate instrument? --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 06:49, 12 October 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Computer hard drive "triangle" ===
 
** ''Description:'' presumably the platter from a computer hard drive, played as a triangle.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:32bd5d7e-f5dc-4f8f-99f5-d29d42e2b61c|Genuine Negro Jig]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** Yeah, this'll never get added. --[[User:Hawke|Hawke]] 00:03, 2 October 2010 (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:a39232c7-b6c0-44f4-b5fe-012a274459e2|The Imagined Village]] (Tracks 7 and 8, played by  Andy Poore, listed as concertina)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Baritone concertina ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Concertina|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A baritone version of the concertina, transposing one octave down.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Free-reed aerophone
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0ed696e1-79e3-4a37-821b-66040e11bfc2|Lovely on the Water]] on track 10
 
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=== 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]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Contra-alto Clarinet ===
 
** ''AKA:'' "Sometimes incorrectly referred to as the EE♭ contrabass clarinet," according to Wikipedia
 
** [[WikiPedia:Contra_alto_clarinet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Clarinet
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:38c41949-b421-4fd8-a862-3d871eb29f18|Sad Machinery of Spring]]
 
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=== Contrabass Guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Contrabass_guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a low-register plucked string instrument in the guitar family, which has six strings.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6405be18-4ca2-43d9-9fdd-d64187df0009|Hearts and Bones]]
 
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=== Contratambura ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a lower-register tambura.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]], track 7
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** There's a picture of various tamburs in different registers (including contra) [http://www.kud-bizovac.hr/eng/tambura.php here].
 
 
 
=== Corno da caccia ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' [http://www.matthewparkertrumpets.com/periodin.htm#Corno%20da%20Caccia]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e1b7be85-db90-44f6-9460-d23245436d85|Estonian Music Now 2011]] on track 4 (played by Aleksei Saks)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:1dc0ecc4-dfca-423e-9665-ae69e657bcc8|Ludwig Güttler in der Frauenkirche Dresden]] on tracks 6-9, 12-13, 15, 19-20
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Craviola ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Craviola|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:fbe83645-e93c-4429-9c57-d991a5dbc7d6|Bill Haley & Friends, Volume 3: The Story of Rock Around the Clock (disc 2: Lee Jackson / Rock Around the Clock, played by Luiz Carlos Mululy)]]
 
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=== Cromorne ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Cromorne|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Woodwinds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0667fe75-f348-4b00-a0a5-4e2660dee8a5|40 bandes originales pour 40 films (disc 1: Alexandre le bienheureux / Clérambard)]]
 
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=== Cuíca guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' some kind of combination of a cuíca and a guitar?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion/strings?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Daibouka ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' Not sure; some kind of percussion instrument (but NOT another name for the darbuk)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:c353d891-54e1-4437-b6a2-4a1524633d2f|Aura]]
 
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* I thought at first that this was another name for the darbuk (goblet drum, in the tree) but then I noticed that the same artist (Luis Jardim) is credited with playing the "dunbec" (another name for the same instrument) along with this. I tried Googling for it but nothing came up. Can anyone help? --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 02:37, 27 September 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Damper ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Guitar damper, damper pedal (?)
 
** ''Description:'' A type of guitar effect device
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic or Other Instruments (depending on which one this turns out to be)
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:78014375-ec5b-4b90-984b-dfb61f14e4d4|Astro Lounge]] as electronic instruments (played by Chris Racine)
 
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*** I initially thought this was a type of effects pedal, but I learned it could also mean a plastic device placed under the strings to dampen the sound. It's possible the term could be used for both. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 10:49, 3 January 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Dictaphone ===
 
** [[WikiPedia:Dictaphone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Speech playback device
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:af69487a-b955-4fb9-87cd-6c17e87f86bf|Snake Charmer]] Holger Czukay on tracks 1,3 & 5
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:3915f7cd-d397-387d-8663-92f6e533fdc8|It's a Wonderful Life]] on track 2
 
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=== Diddley bow ===
 
** [[WikiPedia:Diddley bow|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The diddley bow is a string instrument of African origin made popular in America, probably developed from instruments found on the Ghana coast of west Africa. The diddley bow is rarely heard outside the rural south. Other nicknames for this instrument include “jitterbug” or “one-string,” while an ethnomusicologist would formally call it a “monochord zither.”
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' string instrument
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:08213fea-9ae5-4e5b-8420-63ba44a21181|Afro-American Folk Music: From Tate and Panola Counties, Mississippi]] Track 8, Compton Jones "Shake 'em on Down"
 
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=== Djoze ===
 
** ''AKA:'' djoza, djosa, djoé
 
** [[wikipedia:fr:Djoza|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.bassemhawar.com/djoze.html Djoze]
 
** ''Description:'' Small fiddle-like Iraqi instrument.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' string instrument
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c276c5ce-28af-4698-8471-e85f66362890| Al Palna]] (played by Anwar Abudragh, credited as other string instruments)
 
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=== Doppler Toms ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Double harp ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' "The double, cross-strung harp is an instrument of Spanish origin which developed across the Iberian peninsula between the mid-1500s and the mid-1700s, being used for both sacred and secular music. The accompaniment on this recording is provided exclusively by the double harp – another first, as this practice, once widespread, has over the centuries been entirely forgotten." (from [http://www.naxos.com/mainsite/blurbs_reviews.asp?item_code=8.570458&catNum=570458&filetype=About%20this%20Recording&language=English# Naxos])
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' harp
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:3e507d3f-202b-44b0-8f5f-b20d7d9a2c10|Tonadas (Songs)]]
 
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=== Drill ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Power drill
 
** [[Wikipedia:Drill|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A power tool used to bore holes in surfaces.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:187ca4cd-24b9-478b-81eb-c9f3f78ebd9e|JOURNEY]] on Track 1
 
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=== Drinking glass ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Glass, glass cup, wine glass, etc.
 
** [[WikiPedia:Drinking glass|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A glass drinking glass whose rim is rubbed with a wet finger to produce sound (what inspired Benjamin Franklin to invent the glass armonica)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion/Other?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d304d0ae-4937-30a9-9ea7-656a8d92860b|Intensive Care]] Track 12 "Wine Glass"
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c7b5b885-01be-41e3-a06a-f86652918e74|Let Them Talk]] on track 12 (credited as "Glass of scotch" in the liner notes, played by Jay Bellerose)
 
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=== Drumbone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a PVC pipe instrument with two chambered pieces that slide in and out of each other to alter pitch
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Drumulum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a drum with a piece of PVC pipe mounted over it to act as a resonator
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
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=== Duck call ===
 
** ''AKA:''Entenfänger
 
** [[WikiPedia:Duck_call|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Links:'' http://www.steveweissmusic.com/category/sound-effects
 
** ''Description:'' A duck call is like a traditional whistle made to emulate the sound of a duck
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:00b7e0ee-8767-4772-86f4-10d87812934b|Hell Billies From Venus]] on track 11 & 12 (as "Entenfänger")
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:9c69be75-f4c1-4fa9-a4b1-19020a975b41|Acoustica: Alarm Will Sound Performs Aphex Twin]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as other flutes
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:770d41b7-b414-4741-ba70-094af070b5b2|Alpocalypse]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as whistle
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:b4c59b7b-18c0-4e07-8535-24824b868785|The Bath of Surprise]], played by Steve Beresford
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Duggi ===
 
** ''AKA:'' dugi, dukkar
 
** [[WikiPedia:Duggi|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The duggi, dugi or dukkar, is an Indian drum, with a kettle drum shape, played with fingers and palm of the hand. It is a folk drum in Uttar Pradesh (duggi) and Punjab (dukkar).
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a52c8739-75fb-4cb9-9555-a98a3ad0f440|Anthology of World Music: North Indian Classical Music (disc 3)]]
 
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=== Dulcimer ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:2d6fd13e-12b5-4c14-95f0-315acce12ebb|Fantasia Lindum]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:6fc9c1e6-b80b-483c-b78f-268b5aed59b7|No Guru No Method No Beeper]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:33fa35dd-77e7-491a-a43b-1d99c35dbf93|Fateless]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:b1a9b532-6cec-422d-9fb2-c9f50bbb7fd6|Broken Wings]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
** ''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)
 
*** According to [[wikipedia:Dulcimer|Wikipedia]], "dulcimer" on its own refers to the Appalachian dulcimer. Does anyone know how true that is? I've also removed [[release:824a98ad-b8ee-44fe-8f14-58e4eaa71344|Wall-E]] from this list as that page also says that lap dulcimer is another name for Appalachian dulcimer. --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 13:01, 12 April 2011 (UTC)
 
***Even so, couldn't we add this as a generic credit (for instances where the release does not specify)? --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 22:37, 23 September 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Dulcitone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Dulcitone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A dulcitone is a keyboard instrument in which sound is produced by a tuning forks which vibrate when struck by hammers activated by the keyboard
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Piano
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:05a09b3b-6367-4021-9a64-24ba36ada700|Just Another Diamond Day]] as piano by John James
 
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=== Dumpster ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Dumpstulum
 
** [[Wikipedia:Dumpster|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an overturned metal dumpster that is jumped on and struck to produce sound
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]] on track 12 (played by all three members)
 
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=== Dunun ===
 
** ''AKA:'' dundun, doundoun, dum dum, doundoum, doun
 
** [[Wikipedia:Dunun|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' (from WP) generic name for a family of West African drums that developed alongside the djembe. Three different sizes of dunun are commonly played: dundunba (low pitch), sangban (medium), kenkeni (high)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion -> Barrel drum
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:69be9e62-1057-48d2-bca4-8d13a24ef026|... En Arabe Veut Dire Sud]], played by Carlos Robles Arenas
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:f4969e30-c453-4e0a-a8ec-53fe646108f1|Everything Must Change]], played by Fatoma Dembélé on track 7
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:90387874-e832-3a7e-af98-c3850653c6d6|Orange Blossom]], played by Blama on track 7
 
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=== Dutar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Dutara, Dotar, Dutor, Doutar
 
** [[WikiPedia:Dutar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' traditional long-necked two-stringed lute found in Central Asia and South Asia
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Lute
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:eb2ce1d6-093f-4d3b-92bf-b9e8ffdd15ce|We Are Three]] track 9
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:156d4709-a487-4de0-8d10-eb20cb5ed5c9|Naghma]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:54b987d4-3ddf-484f-9de4-947b16fcae1d|Afghanistan Untouched]] (both discs)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:e83788a2-14a2-4f4e-8d3d-9df30ff2d022|Ouzbékistan: L'Art Du Dotâr]] (as dotâr)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:bb9f7d07-5b99-46a1-8974-848ff6e2eb06|Tortadur]] (listed as other string instruments, played by Temur Makhmudov)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 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]]
 
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*** See [[Edit:8653887|8653887]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Effects ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Effects unit|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:fda4bb83-43e2-4fc9-a4ab-828b83d3c209|Never, Never Land]] on track 5
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:98b1e961-bf84-4e4b-85c1-5de7161dfdef|The Catherine Wheel]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:dcdd5fd1-788d-45da-8990-82c6ecd5dc76|Spike]] Various sounds by Michael Blair
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:c6382511-088c-49d8-b13f-d5bef2c38e96|A Kiss Before You Go]] on track 1, 8
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:198edcee-91ae-310f-a11e-a87abf52e60d|Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia]]
 
*** ''Release 6:'' [[Release:5d00bc76-ee66-4fd2-85a3-5f5cb9ed681e|Heavy Rocks (2011)]] as electronic instruments (more specifically, echo)
 
*** ''Release 7:'' [[Release:a58eec4c-e3b9-4ad0-8add-88869d946a4f|Tales From the Twilight World]] Piet Sielck and Mathias Wiesneras as electronic instruments
 
*** ''Release 8:'' [[Release:78014375-ec5b-4b90-984b-dfb61f14e4d4|Astro Lounge]] All tracks as electronic instruments (played by Mark Camp, credited in the liner notes as "Sci-Fi Stylings")
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** In Discogs Effects are credited 14634 times in release level and 9489 in track level [[User:Jokipii|Jokipii]] 21 June 2012
 
 
 
=== 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]]
 
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=== Ektara ===
 
** ''AKA:'' iktar, ektar, yaktaro gopichand
 
** ''Description:'' an Indian one-string plucked instrument
 
** [[Wikipedia:Ektara|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:91d8aca4-9b0d-4de1-8bac-73bccb30a8a1|Blues From the Rainforest]] track 6, played by Eddie Moore
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:ceb8447b-2770-448f-b2ac-3c53161aa39d|Star Rise]] track 4, played by Sam Zaman (plucked string instruments)
 
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** ''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)]]
 
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*** 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]]
 
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*** 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:''
 
** ''Links:'' [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:780517d6-9a84-43b8-9a9f-c6ef8d35a842|Χρώμα]] on track 6
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:413d621a-2b15-4e09-bafa-b725d9eb221f|Mr. Love and Justice]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Electric dog toy ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Electric mandolin ===
 
** [[WikiPedia:Electric mandolin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The electric mandolin is an instrument tuned and played as the mandolin and amplified in similar fashion to an electric guitar.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:620266f9-0664-4237-8708-f59bcf1cc528|Down Home Saturday Night]] track 6, played by Johnny Gimble
 
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=== Electronic Birds ===
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:3915f7cd-d397-387d-8663-92f6e533fdc8|It's a Wonderful Life]], track 2
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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=== Electronics ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:ecad8eab-4f25-465a-ab61-1c5a0c5c8d4d|Idiology]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:3915f7cd-d397-387d-8663-92f6e533fdc8|It's a Wonderful Life]] on tracks 5, 11, 12.
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** How is this different from "electronic instruments"?--[[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] 11:34, 19 February 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Extended-range bass guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 6 string bass, 7 string bass, etc.
 
** [[WikiPedia:Extended-range_bass|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' An electric bass guitar with greater frequency range than the standard 4-string bass guitar.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitars
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e69d7eba-fb42-4d65-9d22-99fc7b5fb7b7|Guitar Town]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c56c0e48-bb09-4ab1-9a0d-76c7b20b4872|12 Golden Country Greats]] as bass (played by Pete Wade)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:55cc1ff8-ed58-4872-8eee-d4b24cfc7d1e|Dr. Feelgood]] (played by Nikki Sixx, credited as electric bass guitar)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:b522484a-dea9-4b0c-a07c-d56bb9008e87|The Dreaming]] (8-string)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:dd954e99-560b-359d-9c1b-850bc1c05762|New Times]] Brian Ritchie plays 12-string bass
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** On "Dr. Feelgood", Nikki Sixx is credited as playing 4-string, 8-string and 12-string bass guitars. I merged the separate entries for those instruments into this. If this instrument is ever added to the tree, can we have a text input box stating how many strings? --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 16:26, 28 September 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Fairground organ ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Fairground_organ|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Pipe Organ
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6e06f2e8-51b5-462e-a23a-94d3a89a0436|The Internationale]] track 3, played by Lorraine Bowen
 
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=== 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]]
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 02:13, 05 August 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Field organ ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.caseyabrams.com/roadside-attractions-blog/2012/10/1/estey-wwii-chaplains-field-organ.html]
 
** ''Description:'' A portable reed organ
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Free reed/.../Reed organ
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c7b5b885-01be-41e3-a06a-f86652918e74|Let Them Talk]] as reed organ (played by Patrick Warren)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Flageolet ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Woodwind
 
** [[Wikipedia:Flageolet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:1dc5eefa-e239-48c0-9e8b-b3820a114af1|Kronomakia]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Flamenco guitar ===
 
** ''Description:'' a guitar traditionally used in flamenco music, smaller and lighter than a normal classical guitar
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitars
 
** [[Wikipedia:Flamenco guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:eeda56ed-30f9-43c9-804d-7b71302b127d|歌姫 Complete Box Empress]] (discs 2 and 5)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
: Isn't this just a Spanish acoustic guitar? (already in the tree)
 
:: It might be, though [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_guitar Wikipedia] identifies "Spanish acoustic guitar" as a synonym for a classical guitar. We might need an expert to clarify.[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]]
 
 
 
=== Flat mandolin ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' presumably either a flat-topped or flat-backed mandolin (Google results were inconclusive)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings/.../Mandolin
 
** [[wikipedia:ja:%E3%83%95%E3%83%A9%E3%83%83%E3%83%88%E3%83%9E%E3%83%B3%E3%83%89%E3%83%AA%E3%83%B3|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:196bea43-c45b-4aea-829d-8108eda38866|MISSLIM]] Track 7 as mandolin
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** This might be a wasei-eigo term. If anyone knows of any English-language information on this instrument, please let me know. --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 08:26, 22 October 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Flexitone ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Flexatone
 
** [[Wikipedia:Flexatone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a rubber-and-metal frame rattle
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as vibraslap
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:770d41b7-b414-4741-ba70-094af070b5b2|Alpocalypse]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as other percussion
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Foot bells ===
 
** ''Description:'' straps lined with jingle bells worn around a dancer's ankles
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Bells
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.nscottrobinson.com/gallery/footbells.php|http://www.nscottrobinson.com/gallery/footbells.php]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:04ae97ea-f9e8-4fed-ae0f-705fb608af83|Go West]] as bells
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:b429dc42-5570-4e91-85f7-f2acd749ac91|The Very Best of the Village People]] as bells
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Frame drum set ===
 
** ''Description:'' set of frame drums
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion, Frame Drum, Drum set
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:32bd5d7e-f5dc-4f8f-99f5-d29d42e2b61c|Genuine Negro Jig]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Adding just Rebana may suffice; a Kompang is a smaller version but I believe the same.
 
 
 
=== Game Boy ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' the sound chip from the Nintendo Game Boy handheld console, played as a MIDI instrument
 
** [[wikipedia:Game_Boy|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:fd22530b-742b-4099-bac2-1d30f3ee4bf7|Life's a Bit Shifter]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:4b6a00f7-f820-410c-8436-da7320fd13a3|Information Chase]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:2ea0f215-d954-4b92-80eb-f42befed74c4|DaMaGe]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:ad697518-3475-4897-b341-618b295fa065|TransAmerican Chip Tour]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:38dbe800-7335-3d1f-aa60-4aac22dc353f|The Primordial Booze]] (Track 6 even features two guest Game Boy solos)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Which relationships do you need this adding for? I can't see any relationships or annotations on any of those releases... --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 06:29, 10 June 2011 (UTC)
 
**** It's an instrument credit, so we'll need to figure out who played it on which tracks and so on. Tracking down the people who made all those edits might be difficult at this point. --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 06:35, 12 October 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Ganzá ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ganzá|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a Brazilian rattle
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Armando Marçal on tracks 2 and 3 (credited as shakers on track 2, rattle on track 3); played by 小野リサ (Lisa Ono) on track 4 (credited as rattle); played by Marçal on track 12 (credited as rattle)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:5ab2d59f-511f-3da7-925e-0dfe08a17511|Chico Buarque]] Played by Wilson Canegal on tracks 1, credited as shakers
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:82104753-721a-44e5-b42d-5acba15236d2|Namorada]] Played by Kazuo Yoshida on track 7
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:358e17f3-d2f2-46aa-90ec-0c88a4180b84|GLOBAL VILLAGE]], played by Isaac Epps on tracks 3, 5 and 6.
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:47849c67-f983-4430-b043-95fb9330330c|Shopping]], played by Isfa'ani on tracks 5 and 7
 
*** ''Release 6:'' [[Release:777592ea-f510-4e8e-b4a0-947adc9f652e|Águia Não Come Mosca]], played by Ariovaldo on track 6
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Gittern ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Gittern|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings (ancestor to guitar, lute, mandolin)
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:e4123c31-46a1-40e3-82e6-43217df21e5d|Alchemist]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:f8732943-50bf-4cee-8aef-5f9ec7445b0b|On the Way to Bethlehem (Music of the Medieval Pilgrim)]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
 
 
=== Gizmo ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:The_Gizmo|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' An effects device for the electric guitar invented by member of 10cc
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electric guitar
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:9232264b-b478-42e5-9cdc-8fe7c9d83583|The Original Soundtrack]] (as "electric guitar" on track 5)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:7478ee0e-29b5-4614-bea6-01c0558e483e|Sheet Music]] (on track 4 from wikipedia article)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:609d3415-f7e9-4fce-8f62-77c6dbaf115d|How Dare You!]] (from wikipedia article)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:92bfc07f-9803-3db3-8f1f-720cbfe09472|Remote Luxury]] (on track 2 from wikipedia article)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:3d8e6ee7-b4f9-4dc6-bb7a-2ea5e53d5d01|Juju]] (on track 2 from wikipedia article)
 
 
 
=== Glass Bottle ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0afcbb22-8bb3-4c16-8d69-8dbc38e11055|A Portrait (disc 1)]] (tracks 5-8)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Isn't this just "jug"? Or is it honestly played as a percussion instrument instead of a wind instrument? -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 05:52, 2 February 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== 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:''
 
 
 
=== 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:''
 
 
 
=== Gong bass drum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Gong_bass_drum|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Drums?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e12bf981-852e-4df3-a9b8-307f38636f67|Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence]] - gong drum on the outro of "The Great Debate" by Howard Portnoy --[[User:Shepard|Shepard]] 21:53, 21 May 2011 (UTC)
 
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*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
 
 
=== 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:''
 
 
 
=== Grill ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Quellium grill
 
** ''Description:'' a barbecue grill played as a percussion instrument?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** I'm unsure as to what this exactly is. I don't want to call it "Quellium grill" because if this is a barbecue grill, chances are some other artist plays a different model of the same instrument. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 11:36, 20 January 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Guitalele ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Guitalélé, Guitarlele, Guitarlélé, Guitatélé (typo), [http://jp.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/guitars-basses/miniguitars/gl1/ Yamaha GL-1] (product)
 
** ''Description:'' small sized guitar tuned like a ukulélé
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitars
 
** [[WikiPedia:Guitalele|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' Many tracks in [http://musicbrainz.org/release-group/e24bc770-0153-4718-8347-4ae53c7df2af.html ZA7IE]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:0385f276-5f4f-4c81-a7a4-6bd7b8d85a7e|サマーれげぇ!レインボー]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:0fa78ee2-50ce-4637-b1a8-c1b523ba631b|ダンシング! 夏祭り]]
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Guitarrón mexicano ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Guitarrón, Mexican guitarron, Mexican large guitar (literal translation)
 
** ''Description:'' A large, deep-bodied Mexican 6-string acoustic bass played in mariachi groups.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitars
 
** [[WikiPedia:Guitarrón_mexicano|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b76893ae-3004-4025-8763-a0ead1064e23|Elephunk]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:80ca9a6c-3c70-43dd-b757-66647ad58b25|Recent Songs]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:bb465529-b3d9-43be-9d3c-e71ce11be1b2|Hotel California]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:cd38c4d0-eedd-4b53-93e2-b211b2dfbce3|The Pretender]] Track 3, now credited as acoustic bass guitar.
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]] track 3
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A predecessor of the modern acoustic bass guitar
 
*** Also a distinct instrument at Discogs
 
*** Not to be confused with the [[WikiPedia:Guitarrón_chileno|Guitarrón chileno]]
 
 
 
=== Guitorgan ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' A Guitorgan is an electric guitar with electronic organ components added.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitars
 
** [[WikiPedia:Guitorgan|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:182c0544-84f0-4852-8286-a6fd4d52ba36|Des roses et des orties]] Eric Sauviat on track 5
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Gwo ka ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Gros-Ka, Groska, Gros Ka, Gwoka
 
** ''Description:'' A family of hand drums.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Drums
 
** [[WikiPedia:Gwo_ka|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b1077a9a-f2c7-4020-a644-98496770c9d4|Caribbean Disco]] by Marcel Magnat
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Halldorophone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.halldorulfarsson.info/halldorophones]
 
** ''Description:'' Electro-acoustic string instruments in development by Halldór Úlfarsson.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c37448b7-0d96-4590-9fbf-3a46918681f7|Tomorrow, in a Year]] (by Hildur Guðnadóttir)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:68c7d49e-060e-3a47-88b4-8a1722859358|Summer Make Good]] (by Halldór Úlfarsson)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:4af91d87-3752-4d79-a8ab-229b72690829|26000]] (by Hildur Guðnadóttir on track 5)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:b863d9c6-cb2c-4af1-8dee-1018b825eae6|Katy Lied]], as dorophone, played by Jeff Porcaro
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** [http://www.discogs.com/search?q=halldorophone]
 
 
 
=== 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]
 
 
 
 
 
=== Harpejji ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' "The harpejji is an electric stringed musical instrument developed in 2007 by Tim Meeks, founder of Marcodi Musical Products, and is a descendant of the StarrBoard." - Harpejji's [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harpejji Wikipedia entry].
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c22d43d9-c2fa-4e93-aa17-6cd1733a79f9|Nocturnal]] (Track 6, played by [[Artist:5d43e24a-0059-47b6-b442-72f3fb6d1006|Sky]])
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 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:''
 
 
 
=== Heavenizer ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Heavynizer, ヘヴナイザー
 
** ''Links:'' [http://hirasawafan.wikia.com/wiki/HEAVENIZER]
 
** ''Description:'' a custom sampling device invented by Susumu Hirasawa
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b68baaa3-ea81-4798-94fa-1deb8ad73820|ANOTHER GAME]] All tracks as sampler
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 'Ili'ili ===
 
** ''Description:'' Small stones used in hula, similar to castanets.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Hand percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7d6cbb3e-e36d-442a-96e8-c2c08ca8c606|Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters Collection, Volume 2]] (track 15, played by Kekuhi Kanahele)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Ilimba ===
 
** ''Description:'' Lamellophone from Tanzania. Similar to the Zimbabwean mbira but larger, and is tuned to intervals derived from the overtone series.
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ilimba|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Lamellophones (percussion (tuned))
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Infinite Guitar ===
 
** ''Description:'' an electric guitar created to sustain one note
 
** [[WikiPedia:Infinite Guitar]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:''
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:d5d34868-d2ad-4c62-9861-8a9ae214c190|Night Song ]] Played by Michael Brook on tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, credited as electric guitar
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 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:d2c11ce2-1e5a-49fb-8897-ee7521498371|Good Morning Aztlan]] as "guitar" by "Louie Perez"
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** See [[Edit:7165280|7165280]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Jimbush ===
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' ?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Junjun drum ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Jun-jun drum
 
** ''Links:''
 
** ''Description:'' an African two-headed drum with external snares
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d5776474-e195-402d-b933-340d274e89d5|Devil's Got Your Tongue]] Played by Gordy Ryan, credited as percussion
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Kamale n'goni ===
 
** ''Description:'' Smaller than, and tuned a fourth higher than, the traditional ngoni, often made of calabash rather than wood, and has eight, ten or twelve strings.
 
** [[Wikipedia:Ngoni (instrument)#Kamale Ngoni|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Katem ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' Some sort of percussion instrument, middle-eastern?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:bb0a6754-cf86-4053-ac02-77f532619fb3|The Art of the Middle Eastern Oud: New Perspectives on Traditional Magams]]
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Keytar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Keytar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A keytar is a relatively lightweight keyboard (with or without a built-in synthesizer) that is supported by a strap around the neck and shoulders, similar to the way a guitar is supported by a strap.
 
** ''Instrument Family:''
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f0e568ed-6c6f-47ce-b7ac-92755133b98f|Homestuck, Volume 9]] track 11 credits [[Artist:3a34-4313-9216-202f0df3d86b|Erik Scheele]] for "keytar"
 
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=== Khene ===
 
** ''AKA:'' khaen, kaen, khen, ແຄນ, แคน
 
** ''Description:'' Mouth organ from Laos and north-east Thailand. Consists of bamboo pipes connected to a small, hollowed-out hardwood wind-chest.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Wind
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]] (as kaen)
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** I've re-added this because I'm not entirely convinced it's the same as the existing khèn Mèo. Pages for khèn Mèo, kềnh H'Mông, qeej (Vietnam): [[wikipedia:vi:Kềnh_H'Mông]], [http://www.google.de/search?q=qeej&tbm=isch], [http://www.google.de/search?q=kh%E8n%20m%E8o&tbm=isch], [http://www.google.de/search?q=k%E1%BB%81nh+H%27M%C3%B4ng&tbm=isch], [http://discussions.mnhs.org/collections/2012/12/qeej-wind-instrument/]. Pages for khene, khaen (Laos, Thailand): [[wikipedia:Khene]], [http://www.google.de/search?q=khene&tbm=isch], [http://www.google.de/search?q=khaen&tbm=isch], [http://dohn121.hubpages.com/hub/Khene-The-Mouth-Organ-of-Laos]. The former are all very similar, as are the latter, but there are a number of differences between the two which makes me wonder if they're really the *same* instrument and not just closely related instruments. --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] ([[User talk:Nikki|talk]]) 00:11, 3 March 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Glass and Komboloi ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Potirokomboloi, Potirokoboloi, Ποτηρομπολόι, Ποτήρι - κομπολόι
 
** ''Description:''A komboloi is string of beads. Traditionally it's used to relieve stress and keep ones hands busy ([[wikipedia:Kombolói|Wikipedia]]) it was sometimes used in rebetika songs with a glass to make a distinctive "glass-y" sound. The "organ" has also been used again in recent times.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:d2c-c2a0-4fc7-be35-dee56e535aef|Στην Ανδρομέδα και στη γη]] by Θανάσης Παπακωνσταντίνου on track 7
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:e4d6fa13-99b5-376e-bc37-42241e4dd8b0|Αγία Νοσταλγία]] by Θανάσης Παπακωνσταντίνου on tracks 7 and 11
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:5caae86d-6265-4071-a71b-dc1ad65c82d1|Ο σαμάνος]] by Θανάσης Παπακωνσταντίνου & Διονύσης Σαββόπουλος on track 4
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:d867a847-64c4-4471-9ced-dc613dd05ed0|Μαγγανείες]] by Γιάννης Χαρούλης on track 3
 
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=== 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]]
 
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*** Adding just Rebana may suffice; a Kompang is a smaller version but I believe the same.
 
 
 
=== Kone ===
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' ?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
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=== Kontrabasharpa ===
 
** ''Description:'' Traditional Swedish instrument, similar to the nyckelharpa. [http://www.nyckelharpa.org/about/what-is-a-nyckelharpa/nyckelharpa-history/ More info].
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:64b5848d-2b64-4ef9-b679-366eb4b852a7|Linnaeus Väsen]] played by Olov Johansson, credited as other string instruments
 
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=== 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]] played by Moses Milliyons on track 16
 
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=== Lap slide guitar ===
 
** ''Description:'' A lap slide guitar is a guitar played on the lap with a slide or steel. [[wikipedia:Weissenborn|Weissenborn]] originally made some.
 
** [[wikipedia:Lap slide guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:36f0da9b-980a-476d-aa49-728dd0aaf91c|A Stranger Here]] played by Greg Leisz, listed as slide guitar
 
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=== Lap steel slide guitar ===
 
** ''Description:'' Like a slide guitar, only using a lap steel guitar instead of a regular guitar.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
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=== Latin percussion ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a generic credit used to refer to percussion instruments typically used in Latin music
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:4dbe7a5a-aebc-494b-a537-2a9cf140fef|ミ・アモーレ〔Meu amor é…〕]] as percussion
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:28636eda-896f-4754-ade6-6a71a8dd71f1|艶華 -Enka-]] Track 12 as percussion
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:7ce11c44-780a-4caa-9a8c-8c262f6449fb|ファンタジー〈幻想曲〉]] as percussion
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:709fb5a0-be39-4a3d-be13-645180d85c87|Candid Girl]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:05d744ec-32de-405f-b816-6ae7dcb2af5c|遠ざかる風景]] as percussion, played by 川原直美 (Naomi Kawahara) and ラリー寿永 (Larry Sunaga)
 
*** ''Release 6:'' [[Release:d107176b-5df3-4bd0-8963-422540dd2290|BITTER AND SWEET]] Tracks 1, 3, 7 and 8 as percussion
 
*** ''Release 7:'' [[Release:c9c8f952-4732-46e1-b3f4-efcb463ba55c|D404ME]] Tracks 2, 4 and 10 as percussion
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Yeah, I'm going out on a limb with this one. [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] 23:51, 12 July 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== "leg" percussion ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' percussion music performed with the legs, presumably
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' other percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:32bd5d7e-f5dc-4f8f-99f5-d29d42e2b61c|Genuine Negro Jig]]
 
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*** Is this really different from "foot percussion"?--[[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] 14:37, 12 June 2012 (UTC)
 
**** It might be; foot percussion is made only with the feet while leg percussion could be something like knees clapping together, etc. I haven't actually heard or seen the songs it's mentioned for, so I don't know for sure. [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 07:53, 21 October 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Loops ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Music_loop|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''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:6f701615-0419-429f-9761-84bd0de3da4b|Sieben/Seven]] on track 11
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:5f1d8dfc-265e-4e3f-ba1f-42595548d306|Emotional Creatures: Part One]] by Steve Thorne, loops on one track --[[User:Shepard|Shepard]] 17:17, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:f2c88634-dbf7-4772-9796-6754d3370852|Part Two: Emotional Creatures]] by Steve Thorne, loops on one track, percussion loops on another --[[User:Shepard|Shepard]] 17:17, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:2d2ebc00-ddb6-4b55-b5f6-1410c399787f|Into the Ether]] by Steve Thorne, loops on two tracks --[[User:Shepard|Shepard]] 17:17, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
 
*** ''Release 6:'' [[Release:2b3c44db-8f4e-46fb-b596-f18a3a1affad|Go!]] on track 3, programmed by Anthony J. Resta, credited as sampler --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 05:16, 4 October 2012 (UTC)
 
*** ''Release 7:'' [[Release:5d00bc76-ee66-4fd2-85a3-5f5cb9ed681e|Heavy Rocks (2011)]] on Track 9, guest performed by Aaron Turner, credited as electronic instruments --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 20:15, 25 November 2012 (UTC)
 
*** ''Release 8:'' [[Release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]] on track 6 (specifically a guitar loop), performed/programmed by Dustin O'Halloran -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 10:01, 13 April 2013 (UTC)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** In Discogs Loops are credited 3223 times in release level and 2769 in track level [[User:Jokipii|Jokipii]] 21 June 2012
 
*** This is a tricky case. I've seen  some pedal device being used to start and stop recording a loop while playing an instrument and then later repeating it (or repeating several loops at once). This should be an instrument in the electronic instruments family. But the Wikipedia article also mentions samplers being used for that (and we already have sampler in the tree) or that you can just digitally repeat samples. That latter case is not an instrument being used, really. And how can you tell which of those an artist really did? Credits like "samples" and "sound effects"/"fx" are similar. --[[User:Shepard|Shepard]] 18:43, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Lur ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Lur|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d96ce552-ec4d-4499-9767-f9b6d46f8bc6|Skybrudd]] (track 11), performed by [[Artist:86895a8a-1902-4896-bc45-74e777ece686|Gaute Vikdal]]
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Mandeldrums ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a set of vertical LED-lined drums, invented and played by Blue Man Group
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
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=== Marimbaphone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Marimbaphone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:3fec0072-0f11-4448-9b78-af58e07ad096|Seeds]]
 
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*** 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:'' Tuned percussion -> Lamellophone (along with the mbira)
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:6869077f-2835-40e6-8e46-8932f59a101f|A Midwinter Night's Dream]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:0f450228-844d-4ce5-b40b-8ccf84f63761|Un bruit qui court]] (marimbula by Simon Edwards)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:267a7c89-3624-4b7a-b7a2-aefc2bdc5e89|Head Hunters]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:413d621a-2b15-4e09-bafa-b725d9eb221f|Mr. Love and Justice]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:/bb636ec0-3100-49d5-b463-4d3f05081573|L'Eau]], played by Simon Edwards on track 9
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Different to African lamellophones used to produce complex polyphony and polyrhythms, the marímbula basically plays the role of a bass guitar. -- [[Fabe56]]
 
*** Already cited in the instrument tree under the mbira entry but apparently different from an mbira, according to WP (" (marimbula) is regaining popularity among hip hop artists and mbira players") and to [http://books.google.fr/books?id=REesK-T1pBUC&pg=PA26 this book] which presents the marimbula as a larger version of an mbira. [[User:Xhienne|Xhienne]] ([[User talk:Xhienne|talk]])
 
 
 
=== Mazhar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Mazhar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' large, heavy tambourine used in Arabic music
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tambourine
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:413d621a-2b15-4e09-bafa-b725d9eb221f|Mr. Love and Justice]]
 
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=== Medicine drum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.littlehawkdrums.com/mdrum.html]
 
** ''Description:'' a sacred Native American drum used in healing rituals
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:da49637d-740e-4818-b715-809941d0da39|Medicine Compilation - From the Quiet Lodge]] Track 1 as other drums (played by Haruomi Hosono)
 
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=== Megaphone ===
 
** ''AKA:'' speaking-trumpet, bullhorn, blowhorn, loud hailer
 
** ''Description:'' A portable, usually hand-held, cone-shaped acoustic horn used to amplify a person’s voice or other sounds and direct it in a given direction.
 
** [[Wikipedia:Megaphone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Wind, I guess... or Other.
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
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=== Memorymoog ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Moog Memorymoog
 
** [[Wikipedia:Memorymoog|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a variation on the Moog synthesizer
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments/.../Moog
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0ec451e4-e8cf-4fe6-9e23-d5a83e441553|JET CD]] as Moog (played by Yuta Saito)
 
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=== Metal Pipes ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' metal pipes, such as you would use for plumbing
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]]
 
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=== Mexican Harp / Arpa de Mariachi ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [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:24b4c9d0-8645-49b6-abf5-5bb18c12dd11|Ce soir c'est moi qui fais la fille]]
 
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*** See [[Edit:7165259|7165259]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Mizmar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Mizmar_(instrument)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d0a31c51-9473-4f74-8d1e-10ae45a16ec8|Προάγγελος]] on track 2
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:f4969e30-c453-4e0a-a8ec-53fe646108f1|Everything Must Change]], played by Mustafah 'Abd Al'-Azīz on track 6
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Modular Synthesizer ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Modular_synthesizer|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Synthesizer
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:af690f11-9704-46e5-8afd-87eeabd05abc|1978-10-18: Shiba Yubin Chokin Hall, Tokyo, Japan]] on all tracks except track 1.
 
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*** Note that a Moog is a type of Modular synth. http://www.modcan.com/ has some good photos as well.
 
 
 
=== Mouth Block ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' some kind of dental device?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Jota Moraes on track 2, credited as wood block
 
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*** TBH I have no idea what this is. Google results only point to a kind of protective dental device. It's possible that's what this is, but I highly doubt it. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 00:47, 26 March 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Music Sequencer ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Sequencer
 
** [[WikiPedia:Music_sequencer|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A device or application software that can record, edit, or play back musical notation
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:11787d0e-37c7-4ee0-b606-1606282e6eca|Be Yourself Tonight]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:3e1a90c1-4bfd-454a-b187-6963d20e74a3|Rendez-vous]] Tracks 4-6 as Electronic Instruments
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:2cdea9ae-b11e-42c1-b891-df86f2497066|POSSIBILITY]] Track 2 as Electronic Instruments
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:d304d0ae-4937-30a9-9ea7-656a8d92860b|Intensive Care]] Track 11 as Electronic Sequencers
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:a0986281-6289-4632-83e7-36785f2d4017|DESTINATION]] All tracks (two separate artist credits) as Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A drum machine is a type of sequencer, so if this is added it should be the parent of Drum Machine.
 
 
 
=== Ney ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:bb0a6754-cf86-4053-ac02-77f532619fb3|The Art of the Middle Eastern Oud: New Perspectives on Traditional Magams]]
 
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** ''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]]
 
****** Never heard Ney as percussion before. Maybe some links would be helpfull --[[user:ym|ym]]
 
******* I've added Ney (the middle-eastern, not Romanian flute) too. If someone can prove there's a percussion instrument too, please do.--[[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] ([[User talk:Reosarevok|talk]]) 15:09, 11 November 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Ngoma drums ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Ng'oma, ingoma
 
** [[Wikipedia:Ngoma drums|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' traditional drums played by Bantu-speaking peoples of East Africa
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d5776474-e195-402d-b933-340d274e89d5|Devil's Got Your Tongue]] Played by Babatunde Olatunji
 
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=== Ngoni ===
 
** ''AKA:'' N'goni, N'gone
 
** [[Wikipedia:Ngoni_(instrument)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a plucked string instrument from West Africa, possibly an ancestor of the banjo.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:20d0c28d-f6a9-4e26-a676-66ad9d4eeb17|AfroCubism]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:8acf2a05-5040-4516-bf0e-a0204e1fb0d4|Segu Blue]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:a793fb60-8d8c-4a43-a6d5-2f56f4fd4586|I Speak Fula]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:f1da490b-cd4b-4ddb-929e-429a499564c8|Songhai 2]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:9c5f6d47-9185-4a53-a949-57708afe2ae9|Kongo Magni]]
 
*** ''Release 6:'' [[release:dff919c9-2f09-41c9-878f-893cb8eb6a6d|Silvatica]] on [[recording:bb73b4fd-30e5-4973-b7f6-d7f51dfb049b|track 5]] (currently credited as generic performance; liner notes show "Kala n'goni")
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** The sleeve notes for release 1 credit Bassekou Kouyate with both ngoni and ngoni ba - so I must assume they are different, but I do not know how.
 
*** Should be broken down into: N'goni, Kamale N'goni and Donso N'goni.
 
 
 
=== Nintendo ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Famicom, Nintendo Entertainment System, NES
 
** [[wikipedia:Nintendo_Entertainment_System|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' the sound chip from the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:005bc8e2-295a-4499-ad97-a1f83099cbe4|Power Supply]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:d6e602eb-97e5-42ca-919b-37c2ea510bad|Dawn Metropolis]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** This might need to be split into two separate instruments, the NES and the Famicom (ファミコン, short for Family Computer/ファミリーコンピュータ). If memory serves, the Famicom was capable of producing more sounds than the NES was. --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 06:30, 12 October 2012 (UTC)
 
**** Are you sure? NES is just the foreign name for FAMICOM. [[User:Jesus2099|Jesus2099]] ([[User talk:Jesus2099|talk]]) 22:05, 17 January 2013 (UTC)
 
***** Extremely. In case you haven't noticed, the two consoles were structurally completely different in many ways (most of which are irrelevant right now), but the Famicom had two pins on its edge connector that allowed game cartridges to expand the onboard sound capabilities of the console. One way this was utilized was through a built-in microphone in the second controller that would play back players' voices through the connected TV set. --[[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 00:01, 18 January 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== 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]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Nyabinghi Drums (Funde, Thunder, Repeater/Keteh) ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Rastafarian/jamaican drums
 
** [[Wikipedia:Nyabinghi_drums|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Links:'' [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]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:ede7c81a-610b-43db-ad36-b7891cfe1c3c|Music]] Played by Omar (Repeater drum on track 4)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Nyatiti ===
 
** [[Wikipedia:Nyatiti|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a five to eight-stringed plucked lyre from Kenya.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c4470a6a-fb2a-34d8-a844-efa15d687268|Volume 1: Sound Magic]] on track 8
 
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=== Ocarina, Triple-chambered ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Bass Ocarina
 
** [[Wikipedia:Ocarina|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Woodwinds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0667fe75-f348-4b00-a0a5-4e2660dee8a5|40 bandes originales pour 40 films (disc 1: Alexandre le bienheureux / Clérambard)]]
 
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=== Ondioline ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ondioline|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an early electronic keyboard instrument, a predecessor of the synthesizer
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]] Played by Zac Rae on track 4
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Organo di Legno ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Wooden Pipe Organ
 
** ''Description:'' A small chamber organ with wooden pipes which was well known in the Renaissance, but of which there appear to be no other surviving examples except for one made by Lorenzo da Pavia in Venice in 1494 that is now kept in the Museo Correr, Venice, Italy. Such instruments were prized for their sweet sound, described as "soave". Lorenzo's organ was pitched at a' = 455 Hz (± 4 Hz), one of the fairly high Venetian instrumental pitches. The compass is F,G-f³ (i.e. no F#), which retains the possibility of using the upper part of the range for repeating melodies at the octave.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds / Keyboard
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e7cb161b-4d3f-4f27-bee5-0c49f971619a|Alfons V el Magnànim: El Cancionero de Montecassino (La Capella Reial de Catalunya feat. conductor: Jordi Savall) (disc 2)]] on tracks 6 and 17
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Optigan ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Optigan|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' An electronic keyboard instrument with pre-recorded optical soundtracks to reproduce sound
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:3915f7cd-d397-387d-8663-92f6e533fdc8|It's a Wonderful Life]] on tracks 1, 2, 6, 8, 11, 12
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:ef645938-2cee-4e37-bf47-555ec55c7259|Frank's Wild Years]] on tracks 2, 4, 8, 10
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]] Played by Zac Rae on tracks 4 and 8
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:43d7578a-17de-4ce6-810b-dd5deb9bb59c|Tidal]], played by Fiona Apple on track 2 and by Jon Brion on track 8
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:214f57e9-64d8-4dc4-9e70-ab305c28561e|Alas Folkloric]], played by Jim Moginieon tracks 3, 11 & 12
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Orchestron ===
 
** [[Wikipedia:Orchestron|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A keyboard instrument, which produces its sound through electronic amplification of sound pre-recorded on an optical disc.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:3915f7cd-d397-387d-8663-92f6e533fdc8|It's a Wonderful Life]] on tracks 1, 2, 9, 12
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c34275fc-b723-493b-80ce-d2d3b120fd91|Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming]] Played by Zac Rae on track 2 and Dustin O'Halloran on track 5
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Oxygen harp ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' some type of harp-like instrument?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:da49637d-740e-4818-b715-809941d0da39|Medicine Compilation - From the Quiet Lodge]] Track 1 as harp (played by Kay Nakayama)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Another instrument I can't find any info on. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 21:17, 2 April 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Paddle Tubulum ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Bass tubulum
 
** ''Description:'' a bass tubulum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Pan drums ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a set of traditional Asian drums?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:da49637d-740e-4818-b715-809941d0da39|Medicine Compilation - From the Quiet Lodge]] Tracks 4 and 7 as steelpan (played by Chito Kawachi and Yujin Harada)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** There might be another name for this instrument. It sounds like a specialized drum kit with traditional drums. Google turned up nothing relevant (all the links pointed to the steelpan). -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 03:33, 3 April 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== 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:89bf9585-8fc8-3cfc-9629-05e04ad6f8cc|Os Afro-Sambas de Baden e Vinicius]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:dff919c9-2f09-41c9-878f-893cb8eb6a6d|Silvatica]] on [[recording:8169afbe-413c-4ab4-9ef5-048f5b352504|track 3]] (currently entered as "frame drum")
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:5e9c58a0-26f3-4fd3-be6c-902d13d9085d|Sunny Spells and Scattered Showers]] (played by John Doyle)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:10e5fa65-93e5-4ae7-822e-ae99a807ed74|Tristeza on Guitar]] (played by Amauri Coelho)
 
*** ''Release 6:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Beto Cazes on track 5 (credited as tambourine); played my Marçal on track 12 (credited as frame drum)
 
*** ''Release 7:'' [[Release:5ab2d59f-511f-3da7-925e-0dfe08a17511|Chico Buarque]] Played by Elias Ferreira on tracks 5 & 11 (credited as frame drum)
 
*** ''Release 8:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** [[#Pandero|Pandero]] is probably the same instrument. --[[User:Freso|Freso]] ([[User talk:Freso|talk]]) 11:08, 23 December 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Pandereta ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:es: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:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 03:19, 21 April 2008 (UTC)
 
*** Be careful, though. Pandereta '''does''' mean Tambourine in European Spanish.
 
 
 
=== Pandero ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:es:Pandero|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''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:''
 
*** Probably the same as [[#Pandeiro|pandeiro]]? --[[User:Freso|Freso]] ([[User talk:Freso|talk]]) 11:06, 23 December 2013 (UTC)
 
**** Probably not. The linked Wikipedia page says the Pandero has no jangles, while the Pandeiro does. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 06:35, 4 January 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Paraguayan harp ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Arpa, アルパ
 
** [[WikiPedia:Paraguayan harp|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a 32-48-string diatonic harp used in traditional South American music
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Plucked string instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:5ce29566-f312-48d8-abcd-a8002fc06c3d|コモエスタ赤坂]] (played by Chico Honma on title track, credited as harp)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** The late Chico Honma of Los Indios is pictured on the cover of [https://ia700604.us.archive.org/13/items/mbid-5ce29566-f312-48d8-abcd-a8002fc06c3d/mbid-5ce29566-f312-48d8-abcd-a8002fc06c3d-6125498330.jpg コモエスタ赤坂] with this instrument. - [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 21:56, 3 January 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Phil Drum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Pianet ===
 
** [[wikipedia:Pianet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A type of electro-mechanical piano
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electric Piano
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:ebbecf9c-29a4-4bc7-ad3e-36fdfacb550e|Otoradio]] (tracks 7 and 11)
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Piano Smasher ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' the strings out of a baby grand piano, played by striking with a large mallet
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Struck String Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Pipe and Tabor ===
 
** [[wikipedia:Pipe and Tabor|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a somewhat specialized pipe and tambourine-esque pair, played in combination.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds, percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:13e570f9-9bc4-42b7-b072-994fd393bf36|Morris On]] on track 7
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** Could possibly be implemented as separate instruments
 
 
 
=== Player Piano ===
 
** ''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:a6270d94-f3ff-4159-8073-00ec37f807c3|Hawaii: Part II]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Pocket Trumpet ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Pocket_trumpet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9c352722-cce0-4b9a-b358-2816786e8540|First Egg]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:4a1d43a8-bc05-406b-b0dc-4595cb73c908|Man with a Movie Camera]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:bab88c5d-0018-45d9-9067-3b0ee5ae6247|Seeds of Time]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:3f717c30-9d12-488f-ab95-d2fafa90f850|Twins]], played by Don Cherry on tracks 1 & 4
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:cd0827a9-8924-41d8-8a34-175205bdcaeb|Dagger & Guitar]], played by Steen Jørgensen
 
** ''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)
 
 
 
=== Polynesian Log Drums ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:2d5d5d4c-d0d7-4772-962f-de7185605ff8|Big Ones]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Portuguese Guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Portuguese guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The Portuguese guitar (Portuguese: guitarra portuguesa) is a plucked string instrument with twelve steel strings, strung in six courses comprising two strings each. It is one of the few musical instruments to still use the so-called Preston tuners. It is most notably associated with fado (Portuguese musical genre).
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitar - Cittern
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:7e775dec-5644-4ceb-b4fa-a0da63032449|Cai o Carmo e a Trindade]] (guest musician plays Portuguese guitar)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:08a4538a-5e71-4dad-bb82-f777d4f1f15e|Cristina Branco - Live]] (credited as cittern for now)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:0a44f9c1-830f-4d05-b111-365dcc16e87d|Cristina Branco - Murmurios]] (credited as cittern for now)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:edcf51fb-232a-4e5e-aa08-a20bf935c754|Cristina Branco - O Descrobidor]] (credited as cittern for now)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:ae455e15-5aad-4e6d-89d8-ffaec84cd484|Cristina Branco - Kronos]] (credited as cittern for now)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Used by artist [[Artist:3d6dea03-e8ee-438a-9ac9-5e6064848075|Ricardo Parreira]]. Once I find more releases I'll add them. --[[User:Securita|Securita]] ([[User talk:Securita|talk]]) 17:58, 18 November 2013 (UTC)
 
*** Used on pretty much every release by [[Artist:01e75bf4-d967-4036-877e-c6a817e4325f|Cristina Branco]]; added 4 above to round out the required 5.
 
 
 
=== Post horn ===
 
** ''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:a27f47d8-5a53-4e9b-bec4-18706ea0ea1f|Edition Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sérénades (disc 4)]]
 
*** ''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)
 
 
 
=== Pots & Pans ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' Kitchen pots and pans played as percussion instruments (usually as if they were drums in a drum set)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:0afcbb22-8bb3-4c16-8d69-8dbc38e11055|A Portrait (disc 1)]] (tracks 5-8)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:3a875d64-46e6-33a2-b9cc-824731e88218|Not Too Late]] on track 2
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Prepared Guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Tabletop Guitar
 
** [[Wikipedia:Prepared guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitar
 
** ''Description:'' A prepared guitar is a guitar which has had its timbre altered by placing various objects on or between the instrument's strings, including other extended techniques. This practice is sometimes called tabletop guitar, because many prepared guitarists do not hold the instrument in the usual manner, but instead place the guitar on a table to manipulate it. (from Wikipedia)
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:98862aec-2132-4407-bacc-508dbaddd3d8|Flavors of Entanglement]] (track 7)
 
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*** This seems kind of like a style of playing, involving manipulating an instrument in non-standard ways by adding to it. It seems to be applicable to nearly any instrument, but the only two examples on Wikipedia that use the "prepared" terminolody are Guitar and Piano.
 
*** Tagged with [http://musicbrainz.org/show/tag/?tag=instrument-prepared%20guitar instrument-prepared guitar]
 
 
 
=== Pressaphonic ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a giant 86-string zither with multiple effects applied
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
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=== PVC Instrument ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a tuned percussion instrument made from PVC pipe
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]] (the liner notes even list who played which segment of the instrument)
 
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=== Ramana ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [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]]
 
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*** 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)
 
 
 
=== Rackett ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Rackett|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds (bassoon-like)
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:e4123c31-46a1-40e3-82e6-43217df21e5d|Alchemist]]
 
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=== Ranat ek ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ranat ek|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' "Ranat ek" translates to "alto xylophone".
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion, xylophone
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c5e01c6c-5d91-4ec7-85c7-6aa427fc483d|Jazz of Siam]] (credited as a xylophone)
 
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=== Rawap ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Rawap|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Stringed instrument
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:cf79273c-b024-4b67-ab40-f69f2e2dde14|Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon]]
 
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=== Rebana ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Rebana|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a small frame drum used in Islamic devotional music in traditional Malay culture.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion, Frame Drum
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:24eec8f1-5938-4ed1-9b5f-cfd7f5723c02|Louder than Light]] Played by Wicked Aura Batacada (credited as Kompang, smaller version)
 
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** ''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:''
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.tdsounds.co.uk/index.php?cName=drums-and-instruments-recoreco Reco-reco]
 
** ''Description:'' a specific type of Brazilian Güiro
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion -> Other percussion -> Güiro
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Beto Cazes on track 5, credited as güiro
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]] played by Martyn Barker on track 2
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:413d621a-2b15-4e09-bafa-b725d9eb221f|Mr. Love and Justice]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:f18b1af4-17fa-491f-a04f-2db74e61d214|A Brazilian Love Affair]], played by Chico Batera on track 3
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:aa8fad6f-51b6-3c6a-b343-53b47b086dbf|Wonderland]], played by Marcos Suzano on tracks 3 & 7
 
** ''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]]
 
 
 
=== Renaissance Guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Guitar#Renaissance_and_Baroque_guitars|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A guitar from the Renaissance era (14th-17th century), an ancestor of the modern classical guitar. The term is also used for modern instruments made in the same style. From WP: "Renaissance and Baroque guitars are easily distinguished because the Renaissance guitar is very plain and the Baroque guitar is very ornate, with ivory or wood inlays all over the neck and body, and a paper-cutout inverted "wedding cake" inside the hole."
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Guitar
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:b74b0469-cb2c-4483-82b0-0b470cf0b4e5|Guitarra: The Guitar in Spain]], played by Julian Bream on track 1
 
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=== Renaissance Harp ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' The Renaissance Harp is based on the 15th-16th harps that have survived through the centuries. It was used during the Renaissance to the 17th century. With two orders chromatically tuned, it can interpret the Renaissance repertoire, covering parts for virginal, Renaissance lute, etc., and in its shape we see the "Gothic" style of the stylized harps in the late Middle Ages, though this style remained until now into the Baroque.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:2e483091-7bf9-4b6a-b8a4-c2c72bee92ec|Alfons V el Magnànim: El Cancionero de Montecassino (La Capella Reial de Catalunya feat. conductor: Jordi Savall) (disc 1)]] on tracks 1 to 14 and 36 to 47
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:e7cb161b-4d3f-4f27-bee5-0c49f971619a|Alfons V el Magnànim: El Cancionero de Montecassino (La Capella Reial de Catalunya feat. conductor: Jordi Savall) (disc 2)]] on track 2
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:c32234ba-e855-4e1a-b559-e2d77b0e8967|Fantasies, Pavanes & Gallardes]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:141c0df7-3a34-447e-8d1d-05e52aa33e07|Effusions]], played by Madeline Plante on tracks 1 and 9
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:16cc3ab7-1e06-40a0-8f38-045994a96177|Eolian Minstrel]], played by Andreas Vollenweider on track 13
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Repinique ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Repique
 
** [[WikiPedia:Repinique|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a 2-headed Brazilian drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9d910da5-242e-48a1-8332-757ce0f8780e|The Big Gundown]] Track 1 as Other Percussion
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Armando Marçal on track 1, credited as snare drum
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:5ab2d59f-511f-3da7-925e-0dfe08a17511|Chico Buarque]] Played by Doutor on track 1, credited as tom-tom
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:672d8961-3150-4857-abd6-a67a52ced388|Intuição de Tupã]] by Sérgio Boré, track 7 (drum)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:4c607220-2f37-45a2-bbf5-0ebd03577a85|Somewhere Else]], played by Jorge Silva on tracks 2 to 7
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Requinto Jarocho ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [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:d2c11ce2-1e5a-49fb-8897-ee7521498371|Good Morning Aztlan]] as "plucked string instruments" by "David Hidalgo"
 
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*** See [[Edit:7165294|7165294]]. -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 2008 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Ribbon Crasher ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yw0qJdKUv9k]
 
** ''Description:'' a ribbon-shaped hi-hat?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Sabar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Sabar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Traditional Senegalese drum.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Drums
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c06282dc-a1cb-42ed-965d-5019ec2fe1f3|Big Blue Ball]] on track 7
 
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=== Säckpipa ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Swedish bagpipes
 
** [[WikiPedia:Swedish_bagpipes|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' bagpipes
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:f8732943-50bf-4cee-8aef-5f9ec7445b0b|On the Way to Bethlehem (Music of the Medieval Pilgrim)]]
 
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=== Sakara Drum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Sakara_drum|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Clay drum from Nigeria
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b73ab90d-0ce8-4801-8da3-0a331b9d9392|Odu]] played by Nojeem Lasisi
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:d5776474-e195-402d-b933-340d274e89d5|Devil's Got Your Tongue]] played by Babatunde Olatunji
 
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=== Sansula ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Datei:Sansula.JPG
 
** ''Description:'' a variant of the kalimba
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Lamellophone
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e1dc73c2-83d5-4da2-94a9-37dd0ce5b80c|Unerreichbar]] on tracks 3 & 12
 
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=== C melody saxophone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:C melody saxophone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A saxophone pitched in the key of C, one whole step above the tenor saxophone.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Wind instruments / ... / Saxophones
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:5ad7e19e-fe31-4c87-be61-ed0055849b72|Off the Record: The Complete 1923 Jazz Band Recordings]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:07ca0638-39f8-4b75-9fac-3b2cf3493f94|Blue Hula Stomp]] (track 11, listed as tenor sax)
 
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=== Shaker Gong ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a metal shaker filled with ball bearings, tied to a frame and struck with a mallet to produce sound
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
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=== Siren whistle ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pNWVy-yGFg]
 
** ''Description:'' a plastic or metal whistle designed to sound like an emergency siren
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds/Other instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on tracks 2 and 5, credited as kazoo
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:770d41b7-b414-4741-ba70-094af070b5b2|Alpocalypse]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 5, credited as whistle
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Sleigh bells ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Jingle bell|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a set of large jingle bells on a stick or strap
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 2, credited as handbells
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:770d41b7-b414-4741-ba70-094af070b5b2|Alpocalypse]] Played by Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz on track 12, credited as bells
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** I'm debating whether to add this as one instrument or two. Wikipedia lists jingle bells and sleigh bells as the same, but traditionally jingle bells are small while sleigh bells are larger and resonate at a lower pitch. Thoughts? -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 03:49, 29 April 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Slide banjo ===
 
** ''Description:'' Basically the same as a slide guitar, only with a banjo instead of a guitar.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]
 
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=== Slide Trumpet ===
 
** [[WikiPedia:Slide_trumpet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The slide trumpet is a type of trumpet that is fitted with a slide much like a trombone.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Brass
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:b894d1dd-ac1a-321c-a9d2-05119892109d|The Band]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:797a9240-b953-4f15-b553-a279cd01f2ea|How I Spent My Vacation]]
 
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=== Slideridoo ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Slide-Didgeridoo, Didjeribone
 
** ''Description:'' The slideridoo is a multi-tone didgeridoo, invented by [[WikiPedia:Charlie_McMahon|Charlie McMahon]].
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Didgeridoo
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:c5f3b9f6-31f0-41e5-b75b-4f9fe7466e01|Wolf Love]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:6bb83f74-1345-47ba-af3b-b9c1dbfdf7f6|Alive]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:52ec9b72-460d-4d7e-a507-106b3e68f506|Crone of War]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:b66ce83a-b35d-47b4-a8ce-0b3d86bafb0f|World of Omnia]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:b7cf3d42-521e-3d07-baa6-1ea5584d8436|Sjofn]], played by Tommy Mansikka-Aho
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Solina ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Solina String Ensemble, ARP String Ensemble
 
** [[Wikipedia:ARP String Ensemble|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a divide-down orchestral synthesizer
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments/.../Synthesizer
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:0ec451e4-e8cf-4fe6-9e23-d5a83e441553|JET CD]] as electronic instruments
 
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=== 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
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Spinet ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Spinet|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A small piano, harpsichord or organ
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Keyboard
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:dcdd5fd1-788d-45da-8990-82c6ecd5dc76|Spike]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:49f7df43-38ca-495a-a2cf-3c6a0615dc18|In meiner Mitte]] on track 5
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:59dfec1c-c86a-4260-9ef0-7ccce9a6c0d9|Pärnu Muusikakool 1945-2005]] on track 4, credited as harpsichord
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:bd0ba641-8ee4-4d08-b68a-68ff3fc98587|Scandinavia]], played by Klaus Schønning on tracks 1, 3, 5-7
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:865645a7-efc9-4d37-9978-8047dbea1ed0|Tolonen!]], played by Jukka Tolonen on tracks 1 & 4
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Steel-string guitar ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[wikipedia:Steel-string_acoustic_guitar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' It's a type of an acoustic guitar, such as the "nylon guitar" and "gut-string guitar".
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Classical guitar - Acoustic guitar
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:12ab5f9b-6c19-4c6b-956d-bdaa6102799d|Palavras Ao Vento]] (Tracks 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 and 10, uncredited ATM)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:720eef4e-da33-4766-840e-cdfd77453b17|Heart String]] (played by Earl Klugh, badly credited as steel guitar, which isn't the same thing)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:6189f010-68ea-3cd7-aeee-5cde20c1b251|Riot on an Empty Street]] (uncredited ATM)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:068e3a52-12da-4981-9a63-9447d4299dbe|6 String Theory]] (played by Andy McKee on track 11, badly credited as steel guitar, which isn't the same thing)
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:347d86f9-79a1-4580-b344-897cbb788a43|Shaman]] (Rene Toledo credited as guest acoustic guitar)
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** There's an wikipedia page for this instrument: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steel-string_acoustic_guitar Steel-string acoustic guitar], and at least a few albums on Discogs crediting a steel-string guitar:
 
****[http://www.discogs.com/release/1840374 Heart String]
 
****[http://www.discogs.com/release/814895 Riot On An Empty Street]
 
****[http://www.discogs.com/release/2364033 6 String Theory]
 
****[http://www.discogs.com/Santana-Shaman/release/393718 Shaman]
 
****[http://www.discogs.com/release/1672450 Rattlesnakes & Rusty Water] (not listed above since it's not on MB)
 
*** Hope it's enough! --[[User:Securita|Securita]] ([[User talk:Securita|talk]]) 22:55, 13 November 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Steelwhistle ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' Similar to a tin whistle??
 
** ''Instrument Family:''
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:e20b0ff6-8a0c-4e35-b676-02066113726a|After the Fall]]
 
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=== Stomp box ===
 
** ''AKA:'' PorchBoard Bass
 
** [[wikipedia:Stomp_box|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a small wooden box placed under the foot, which is tapped or stamped on rhythmically to produce a sound similar to that of a bass drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:761985bf-a03d-4c7c-a809-f04b0a0deb84|Trent Severn]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:a39232c7-b6c0-44f4-b5fe-012a274459e2|The Imagined Village]] (Kit Whites I & II, Colin Cotter, listed as percussion)
 
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*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** used in commonly used in folk and blues
 
 
 
=== Sub Octivider ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' An effect pedal for electric guitars
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:cfa78b97-8d8c-48e6-8599-f3baf71a9231|Coda]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Subahar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Surbahar, Bass sitar
 
** [[WikiPedia:Surbahar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The subahar, sometimes known as bass sitar, is a plucked string instrument used in the Hindustani classical music of North India. It is closely related to sitar, but it has a lower tone.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a52c8739-75fb-4cb9-9555-a98a3ad0f440|Anthology of World Music: North Indian Classical Music (disc 3)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c276c5ce-28af-4698-8471-e85f66362890| Al Palna]] (played by Bert Cornelis, credited as other string instruments)
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Sursingar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' sursringar, surshringar, surashringar
 
** [[WikiPedia:Sursingar|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The sursingar is a musical instrument from India. It is a lute-derived sarod, except it is larger in size and produces a deeper sound. It precedes the sarod chronologically.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a52c8739-75fb-4cb9-9555-a98a3ad0f440|Anthology of World Music: North Indian Classical Music (disc 3)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
 
=== SynthAxe ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b7b6c6e2-a31a-4efe-be32-c5c1ed506b7b|Béla Fleck and the Flecktones]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c542433b-2c32-47fe-9dcf-7cab55caf0c6|Jade Empire]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Tack piano ===
 
** ''AKA:'' jangle piano, junk piano, honky-tonk piano
 
** [[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:c6382511-088c-49d8-b13f-d5bef2c38e96|A Kiss Before You Go]] on track 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:785b6c92-f2cd-40d3-ba2e-3a3c922a57fd|Där jag är e’re alltid bäst]] on track 12, entered as piano
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:a641588a-7196-3963-900e-13442ac71024|The Fall]], played by John Kirby on tracks 1 & 9
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:540ae1f1-315f-4ea2-867b-2d6899dac10a|That's Why God Made the Radio]], played by John Hobbs on tracks 6, 9 & 10
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** See [[#Prepared_Piano|Prepared Piano]]
 
 
 
=== 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:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Armando Marçal and Marçal on tracks 1,7 and 12 (credited as tambourine)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:672d8961-3150-4857-abd6-a67a52ced388|Intuição de Tupã]] by Sérgio Boré, track 5 (frame drum)
 
*** ''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)
 
 
 
=== Tannerin ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Electro-Theremin
 
** [[Wikipedia:Electro-Theremin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an early synthesizer-like device that sounds like a theremin
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:838aecec-8a2c-43fd-8036-9016f8d78aa0|Straight Outta Lynwood]] Track 2, credited as theremin
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tarbüş ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Tarbush
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.mekons.de/lu.htm Lu Edmonds]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of cümbüş
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]], tracks 2, 4, 5 (now credited as cümbüş)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tarhu ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tarhu|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''  The tarhu is a string instrument played with a bow.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1: https://musicbrainz.org/release/e4fb4447-af69-4659-933a-be9598ef7a91'' [[Release:e4fb4447-af69-4659-933a-be9598ef7a91|L'Hijâz'Car]] played by Nicolas Beck
 
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*** http://michalischolevas.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13&Itemid=28
 
*** http://www.becknicolas.com/#!fashion/ckra
 
*** http://www.spikefiddle.com/instrumentsframe.htm
 
 
 
=== Tenor banjo ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a four-string banjo with tenor tuning, usually C G D A
 
** [[wikipedia:Banjo#Tenor_banjo|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings/.../Banjo
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:c56c0e48-bb09-4ab1-9a0d-76c7b20b4872|12 Golden Country Greats]] as banjo (played by Charlie McCoy)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:44f2ac92-118e-4b24-867b-a18204faa59a|Celtic Groove Brand]] (entered as banjo, played by Sam Bartlett)
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:ae1f97da-1522-4ace-992f-88008512ab40|Float]] played by Robert Schmidt, listed as banjo
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:b49f048b-45ef-487d-b7ac-8678d1a79c9c|Speed of Darkness]] played by Robert Schmidt, listed as banjo
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tenor trombone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' Variation of trombone
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Wind brass
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:d96ce552-ec4d-4499-9767-f9b6d46f8bc6|Skybrudd]] (track 9), performed by [[Artist:86895a8a-1902-4896-bc45-74e777ece686|Gaute Vikdal]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:9b1f3679-2fba-42b2-8acc-f657819869be|Nut Sack]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tenorbüş ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Tenorbush
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.mekons.de/lu.htm Lu Edmonds]
 
** ''Description:'' a type of cümbüş
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9a01bde6-5608-46b8-83b7-50c5d744f514|England, Half English]], track 4 (now credited as cümbüş)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Timber flute ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [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:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Time Machine ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Folktek Time Machine
 
** ''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]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tinya ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tinya|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The Tinya is a percussion instrument, a small handmade drum of leather which is used in the traditional music of the Andean region, particularly Peru.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:552ee710-8c9e-47b0-9564-c64fd84012e5|Creation's Journey: Native American Music]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Also listed as ''snare drum'' in Release 1
 
 
 
=== Tovshuur ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Tobshuur, Topshuur, トヴショール
 
** [[wikipedia:Topshur|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A Mongolian plucked lute with two strings. The head of the neck is shaped like a swan.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String instruments / ... / Lute
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:c7a0df1d-ed37-4e9f-8d19-79f9ad4b48ee|モンゴルの歌]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[release:2bf59c2e-5fd0-4ad8-947e-3f77e76e35b0|My People]] (track 6, other string instruments)
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Toy drum kit ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a drum kit meant to be played by a small child?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== 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:''
 
 
 
=== Trompeta china ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Corneta china, Chinese cornet
 
** [[WikiPedia:Trompeta china|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A Cuban traditional wind instrument, it is actually the Chinese suona, an instrument in the oboe family introduced to Cuba by Chinese immigrants
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Double reed
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:75d8f00a-9f20-3596-b393-82da1ade0137|Buenos hermanos]] as "suona" by Mario Villalta on track 2
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
*** IMO this should just be an alias for the suona. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 07:42, 4 January 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Tubulum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a tuned percussion instrument invented by Blue Man Group; a variation on their earlier PVC Instrument
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:b14ce7b9-d973-33f2-b73a-2953253a4d11|The Complex]] Played by Larry Heinemann and the Blue Man Group
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Ukeke ===
 
** ''AKA:'' 'Ūkēkē
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ukeke|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The 'ūkēkē is a musical bow made of koa wood, 16 to 24 inches long and about 1½ inches wide with two or three strings fastened through and around either end, tuned to an A major triad.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:7d6cbb3e-e36d-442a-96e8-c2c08ca8c606|Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Masters Collection, Volume 2]] (track 15, played by George Kahumoku)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Upside-Down Bass ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings?
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** I don't even know what this is. It's possible it's just a normal instrument played upside down, but it could be a custom, innovative instrument like the backwards electric guitar. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 11:36, 20 January 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Utne Drum ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Utne Shakers ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c8b2d5e5-505e-4aaa-acf9-034c3d604a0e|Audio]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Vichitra veena ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Vichitra veena|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' The vichitra veena a plucked string instrument used in Hindustani music. It is similar to the Carnatic gottuvadhyam (chitra vina). It has no frets and is played with a slide.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:a52c8739-75fb-4cb9-9555-a98a3ad0f440|Anthology of World Music: North Indian Classical Music (disc 3)]]
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:70ab1bd9-36f8-4c8c-8be3-6fa1c6f3be34|Inde du Nord: L'art de la vichitra vîna]]
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Baritone Viola ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' A viola with heavy strings which plays an octave lower?
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:9406eb6f-0403-4fe2-9012-3c9edfb6b2b2|English Fiddler: Swarbrick Plays Swarbrick]] on track 9
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Viola caipira ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Viola (it's how it was credited on the first release below)
 
** ''Description:'' Type of steel-string acoustic guitar, typically Brazilian
 
** ''Links:'' [[WikiPedia:Viola caipira|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Classical guitar - Acoustic guitar
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:ae455e15-5aad-4e6d-89d8-ffaec84cd484|Kronos by Cristina Branco]] Played by Alexandre Silva on 9 tracks (credited as just "guitar" for now)
 
*** ''Release 2:'' [[Release:e30e5e33-1d61-438c-8068-e815398425c2|Fado/Tango by Cristina Branco]] Played by Carlos Manuel Proença (credited as just "guitar" for now)
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Viola da spalla ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Baroque violoncello
 
** ''Description:'' a Baroque string instrument sized and tuned between the viola and the cello
 
** ''Links:'' [http://violadaspalla.com/]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings/Bowed string instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:850cf66d-8007-4d18-b9a1-224206a55836|Menina]] Played by Antonela Pareschi on tracks 3 and 8, credited as violone
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Baritone violin ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Octave violin
 
** [[WikiPedia:Baritone violin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6860a23d-b0d7-4a1f-8bec-dfcacb578204|The Crow]] (credited as violin, played by Craig Eastman)
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Tenor violin ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tenor violin|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' A string instrument with a body size and range between the viola and the cello
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:c7b5b885-01be-41e3-a06a-f86652918e74|Let Them Talk]] played by Craig Eastman (currently only credited as playing the violin)
 
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** ''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:a95e5c78-5b08-4a0c-86d8-c3b25b744c1d|Brandenburg Concertos / Violin Concertos (Bath Festival Orchestra feat. conductor, violin: Yehudi Menuhin) (disc 1)]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[release:f38c82d3-9e21-47c9-a4d4-de4ef7783e78|Brandenburgische Konzerte 1-6 / Ouvertüren 1-4 (Collegium Aureum)]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[release:8f5117a2-9b69-4a8a-b9fe-bd7776db0104|Telemann & les gitans baroques / Telemann and the Baroque Gypsies]], played by Olivier Brault on tracks 3 & 13
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[release:8754b092-1622-44f3-8c1e-469f6f41a453|L'Orfeo]], played by Graham Cracknell and Roy Goodman
 
** ''Comments:''
 
 
 
=== Viololyra ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Βιολολύρα
 
** ''Description:'' A mix of the Cretan lyra and violin
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:6b80388a-9fb3-451f-9795-4ae1b1ad50de|Με κόντρα τον καιρό]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
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*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** The Viololyra is manufactured with the same materials as the common lyra, however is different in its shape. After seeing the violin, which came to Greece from the rest of Europe, many instrument manufacturers were influenced and created the viololyra. Its trademark is that it has 4 chords and resembles the shape of the violin, to an extent. http://goo.gl/qnH9M
 
 
 
=== Violoncello piccolo ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Cello piccolo
 
** ''Description:'' a Baroque string instrument sized and tuned between the viola and the cello
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings/Bowed string instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[Release:150e0067-1206-459b-9803-29e456554be6|6 Cello Concertos]] by  (The Academy of Ancient Music, Christophe Coin, Christopher Hogwood) Played by Christophe Coin on tracks 7--9 and 16--18, credited as cello piccolo
 
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** ''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:9ac55c6a-9d84-44ab-a5af-e35ab1546896|Vapaapäivä]] on track 5
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:c7b5b885-01be-41e3-a06a-f86652918e74|Let Them Talk]] as steel guitar (played by Greg Leisz)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:262bafa2-5e1f-4d5e-9895-f1cd0448b7b8|The Silent Awakening]], played by Robert Powell
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:b1b410ac-f72c-4c6b-8f9f-cac29c8740f4|Ukulele Lady]], played by Yuki Yamauchi
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** See [[Edit:8653789|8653789]] -- [[User:TimVanHolder|TimVanHolder]] 20:00, 22 April 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)
 
 
 
=== Yoochin ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Yochin, ヨーチン
 
** ''Description:'' A Mongolian hammered dulcimer.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' String instruments / ... / Hammered dulcimer
 
** ''Appears On:'' 
 
*** ''Release 1:'' [[release:c7a0df1d-ed37-4e9f-8d19-79f9ad4b48ee|モンゴルの歌]]
 
*** ''Release 2:''
 
*** ''Release 3:''
 
*** ''Release 4:''
 
*** ''Release 5:''
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Probably related to the yangqin. [[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 02:56, 16 April 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Zabumba ===
 
** ''Description:'' A type of bass drum used in Brazilian music. The player wears the drum while standing up and uses both hands while playing.
 
** [[Wikipedia:Zabumba|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
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=== Amiga ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' the sound chip out of an Amiga personal computer
 
** [[WikiPedia:Amiga|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
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=== Arco Bass ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Single bass, Arco acoustic bass guitar
 
** ''Description:'' an acoustic bass guitar built to look and sound like an upright bass
 
** ''Links:'' [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/tobias.chennell/arco_acoustic_bass_guitar.htm]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Atari 2600 ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' the sound chip out of the video game console by the same name
 
** [[Wikipedia:Atari 2600|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
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=== Bellowphone ===
 
** ''AKA:'' The Majestic Bellowphone
 
** ''Description:'' a bizarre bellows-driven horn instrument developed and played by Leonard Solomon
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmXEfUJ2A-w]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Blaster Beam ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a long metal beam with strings and movable electric guitar pickups
 
** [[Wikipedia:Blaster Beam|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Byzaanchi ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a Tuvan bowed string instrument with a hollow cylindrical body
 
** ''Links:'' [http://s233.beta.photobucket.com/user/muzasat/library/byzaanchi]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Caixa ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [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
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Chanzy ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a Tuvan three-stringed lute
 
** [[Wikipedia:Chanzy|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Ching ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Ching|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' Thai/Cambodian finger cymbals
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Doshpuluur ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Toshpuluur
 
** [[WikiPedia:Doshpuluur|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a plucked, banjo-like, long-necked lute used in the Tuva region of Mongolia.
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** 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
 
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*** Used by, who else, PDQ Bach. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Drone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Drone music|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'': instruments providing repeated or sustained (resonant?) sounds (bagpipes, didgeridoo, etc.)
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other? Winds?
 
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*** 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)
 
***** I guess this is a family of instruments. Added a link to a WP article on Drone music. [[User:Xhienne|Xhienne]] ([[User talk:Xhienne|talk]]) 21:49, 23 February 2014 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Flugabone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a larger variant of the flugelhorn, tuned a full octave lower
 
** ''Links:'' [http://tromboneforum.org/index.php?topic=34023.0]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Homus ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** Isn't this just another name for a Jew's harp? -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 02:30, 6 February 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Igil ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Игил
 
** ''Description:'' a two-stringed bowed instrument from the Tuva region
 
** [[WikiPedia:Igil|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings/Bowed string instruments
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Kabosy ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a square guitar-like instrument from Madagascar
 
** [[Wikipedia:Kabosy|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Mandoguitar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Octave Twelve, Vox MandoGuitar
 
** ''Description:'' a miniature 12-string electric guitar designed to sound like a mandolin yet feel and play like a guitar
 
** [[Wikipedia:Octave twelve|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Ocarina, Double-chambered ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Treble Ocarina
 
** [[Wikipedia:Ocarina|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Woodwinds
 
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=== Pedalboard ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Other
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** This might need to be listed under "Effects unit." -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 02:33, 6 February 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Pipe ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
** ''Appears On:''
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Pixiphone ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Pixiphone|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' a toy glockenspiel manufactured in England in the 1950s and 1960s
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.stevetook.mercurymoon.co.uk/pixiphone.html]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Tuned percussion
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
**** This is NOT a wind instrument! See the link above. -- [[User:HibiscusKazeneko|HibiscusKazeneko]] ([[User talk:HibiscusKazeneko|talk]]) 07:53, 1 March 2013 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Regal ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' an early portable reed organ popular during the Renaissance
 
** [[Wikipedia:Regal (instrument)|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Reed organ
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Rozhok ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Vladimirsky rozhok
 
** ''Description:'' an ancient Russian wooden trumpet
 
** [[Wikipedia:Vladimirsky roshok|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
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*** 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?
 
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*** [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]] 11:26, 27 October 2007 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== 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
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Strum Stick ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Description:'' a three-string guitar-like instrument
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.strumstick.com/html_pages/Strumstick%20Information%20page.htm]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Suling ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Seruling
 
** ''Description:'' an Indonesian bamboo ring flute
 
** [[Wikipedia:Suling|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Swarmandal ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Indian zither, Indian harp
 
** ''Description:''
 
** [[Wikipedia:Swarmandal|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
 
 
=== Tapboard ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Tapboard|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:''
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Strings
 
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*** 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]]
 
 
 
=== Temple Bells ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.garden-gifts.com/gifts2.htm Temple Bells]
 
** ''Description:'' a Japanese wind chime
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion?
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== 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
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Trautonium ===
 
** ''AKA:''
 
** [[WikiPedia:Trautonium|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Description:'' an electronic instrument that uses a resistor wire and moving metal plate to create sound
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Electronic Instruments
 
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=== Tüngür ===
 
** ''AKA:'' tünggür, düngür, dünggü
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mhuey/instruments/ Tüngür]
 
** ''Description:'' A Tuvan Shamen drum
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Percussion
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Whistling Water Jar ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Peruvian whistling bottle
 
** ''Description:'' a clay whistle filled with water to change its pitch
 
** ''Links:'' [http://www.peruvianwhistles.com/jasa.html]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
=== Zhaleika ===
 
** ''AKA:'' Bryolka
 
** ''Description:'' a Russian single-reed hornpipe
 
** [[Wikipedia:Zhaleika|Wikipedia]]
 
** ''Instrument Family:'' Winds
 
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*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
 
 
==Failed, and why==
 
 
 
===Indian Strings===
 
* 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]
 
===Tabla===
 
* [[WikiPedia:Tabla|Tabla]] ''already here, see Goblet Drum''
 
===Guitar synthesizer===
 
* [[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)
 
::* I'd agree with Voiceinsideyou. If the saxophone synthesizer (aka EWI / Electronic Wind Instrument) could be added - and I think it was correct that we did add it - then I don't see any reason why a string instrument equivalent should be barred. If it is simply the addition of a MIDI pickup, that's one thing, but as Voice suggests, that's not the entirety of what might be meant by 'guitar syth'. [[User:BrianFreud|BrianFreud]] 01:35, 16 September 2010 (UTC)
 
:::* Long live the  [http://www.hollis.co.uk/john/synthaxe.html SynthAxe ]&trade; ! I agree with Voiceinsideyou and BrianFreud. [[User:Caller number six|Caller_number_six]] 21:57, 4 December 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
===E-mu synthesizer===
 
* [[WikiPedia:E-mu|E-mu synthesizer]] This is just a brand of synth. It should not be added.
 
 
 
===Yamaha DX7===
 
* [[WikiPedia:DX7|Yamaha DX7]] This is just a brand and model of synth. It should not be added.
 
 
 
===Kalimba===
 
* [[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)
 
 
 
=== Clàrsach ===
 
* 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)
 
* Added to Irish harp as "Irish harp / Clàrsach". -- [[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] 18:31, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Cümbüş ===
 
* 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]]
 
* already there, but because of the accents it's impossible to search for. it's just below biwa in the tree. [[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 18:46, 30 January 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Computer ===
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** We have "programming"? -- [[User:FrederikSOlesen|FrederikSOlesen]] 10:12, 09 March 2008 (UTC)
 
* This isn't specific enough to distinguish it from programming. --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 00:23, 11 November 2011 (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:bb0a6754-cf86-4053-ac02-77f532619fb3|The Art of the Middle Eastern Oud: New Perspectives on Traditional Magams]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:b4f21f34-935e-435d-891a-e3b35452f4ee|Gulistan: Rose Garden]] (as riq)
 
*** ''Release 4:'' Claimed in the band annotation to be played (as riq) by András Dés, member of [[Artist:1abc3af4-2ea0-446e-83de-b8444a64d3f4|Mitsoura]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:d0db56f1-efc9-4e7f-beac-35ad3ac3f40a|Book M]], played by [[Artist:54f2cc2b-d084-49d5-963c-f610d3a68086|Danny Heifetz]] on [[Recording:e7007de9-6106-4981-ba9a-eb6c08b9f054|Ship of Fools]], [[Recording:866693a0-fab0-4156-bc24-aa9596c32e28|Lapsit Exillis]] and [[Recording:ef3c9787-b910-48c1-b234-361bf1008660|Lapis Baitulous]] and by [[Artist:7abb623b-0585-4ba7-bb4c-6a8dff801155|Shamou]] on [[Recording:282360db-ac01-48c3-9c8f-5ac86aad06da|Knights of Damcar]] and [[Recording:e7007de9-6106-4981-ba9a-eb6c08b9f054|Ship of Fools]]
 
** ''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)
 
* I'm pretty sure this is yet another name for the "rek" that's already in the tree. --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 00:23, 11 November 2011 (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:7ced7dc3-b27a-47ed-b88c-3e2b344713db|2001-07-06: Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany]]
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:829ba971-dbe1-4f97-8cb7-e18f97690a4e|Season of Changes]]
 
** ''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)
 
*** I haven't added this because Wikipedia (and various other sites I found) say it's just another name for a reed organ. --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] 17:15, 12 April 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Harpischord ===
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** Already in there as harpsichord - maybe you searched for the same typo you added here? ;) --[[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] 12:35, 30 December 2011 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== 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.
 
** ''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)
 
**** In Discogs Scratches are credited 12269 times in release level and 26735 in track level [[User:Jokipii|Jokipii]] 21 June 2012
 
**** As indicated back in 2008, this is just Turntables. We don't have an instrument for each way of playing guitar.--[[User:Reosarevok|Reosarevok]] ([[User talk:Reosarevok|talk]]) 23:30, 3 October 2012 (UTC)
 
 
 
=== Sintir ===
 
** ''AKA:'' سنتير‎, 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:2742f3d5-3184-4bd3-a91c-36f469a08d44|Naked Lunch]]
 
*** ''Release 3:'' [[Release:48b43d38-b97f-44ce-904d-4325c1647665|Mount Analogue]]
 
*** ''Release 4:'' [[Release:24b4c9d0-8645-49b6-abf5-5bb18c12dd11|Ce soir c'est moi qui fais la fille]] on track 7
 
*** ''Release 5:'' [[Release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]] on track 7
 
** ''Comments:''
 
*** A Discogs instrument AR we don't yet list. -- [[Brian Schweitzer|BrianSchweitzer]]
 
*** See "gumbri" in the tree --[[User:Nikki|Nikki]] ([[User talk:Nikki|talk]]) 17:03, 22 April 2013 (UTC)
 
*** Can we add "sintir" to the list of "other names" given on the tree? [[User:Jprucher|Jprucher]] ([[User talk:Jprucher|talk]]) 21:36, 26 August 2013 (UTC)
 
*** Dirtwire (a duo of world music composition students) distinguishes between "guimbri" and "sintir" on [[Release:7683c77c-6f74-4f94-8d0e-17afd96d58cb|Dirtwire]]: David Satori is credited as playing "guimbri" and Vir McCoy is credited with "sintir" (on track 7).
 
 
 
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