We invite our visitors to listen while you look around our museum to experience what select period instruments on display actually sound like when played. Just click on the play button on the photo to hear more. Happy Listening!

Listening Room at Sigal Music Museum
Listening Room at Sigal Music Museum

We invite our visitors to listen while you look around our museum to experience what select period instruments on display actually sound like when played. Just click on the photo with the corresponding number to hear and learn more.  Happy Listening!

We invite our visitors to listen while you look around our museum to experience what select period instruments on display actually sound like when played. Just click on the photo with the corresponding number to hear and learn more.  Happy Listening!

1769 Taskin Harpsichord – Les Culbertes, (Mark Kroll)

1758 Kirkman Double Harpsichord Standing in for the 1761 Kirkman Double, Bach Italian Concerto, (Gabe Smallwood) 

1784 Stein Grand Piano with Daniel Turk Sonata no. 2 in A minor (Michael Tsalka)

1885 Banjo Gilbert O. Kibbe, Hartford Connecticut

Oboes

Pictured above: 2-key Oboe, Charles Joseph Bizey, ca. 1740

Bassoons

Pictured above: 8-key Bassoon, Richard Milhouse, ca. 1790

Recorders

Pictured above: 1710 Soprano Recorder in C Nikolaus Staub, Nuremburg  

Flutes

Pictured above: 5- key Flute, Richard Potter, 1782

Clarinets

Pictured above: 12-key Clarinet in B-flat, Charles Sax, ca. 1825

Saxophones

Pictured above: 1860 Alto Saxophone E-Flat Adolphe Sax, Paris

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