Two Low-Key Musical Monochromes photographed at Saltaire’s Early Music Shop.

“The Early Music Shop is the world’s largest early music instrument specialist.

It has become the largest single source of mediaeval, renaissance and baroque musical instruments world-wide.

The 3000sq ft showroom really is is an Aladdin’s Cave of affordable early music instruments, many of which are designed in-house in our own early music workshops, and from makers from all quarters of the globe.

The range including recorders, viols, lutes, harps, crumhorns, harpsichords, spinets, shawms, hurdy-gurdies, rebecs, mediaeval fiddles, re-enactment percussion, sheet music, CDs and accessories really offers a one-stop-shop for early music enthusiast”.- earlymusicshop.com

 

K is for the Keys on a Harpsichord:

Keys on a Harpsichord, monochrome, Black & white, Musical, . instrument

Keys on a Harpsichord ©HelenBushe

 

L is for Lute, or in this instance two Lutes:

Two Lutes, musical instruments, monochrome, Black & White

Two Lutes ©HelenBushe

 

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4 Comments

paulfraser11 · April 13, 2017 at 22:25

Super pictures Helen, this must have been a fabulous trip and place to see 🙂

    HMB · April 13, 2017 at 23:56

    It was fascinating. I can’t play any musical instrument, but that didn’t stop me from being wowed by them

lizmcqueensart · April 12, 2017 at 20:33

What lovely photos. The detail that went into these instruments is amazing. Thank you for capturing it.

    HMB · April 12, 2017 at 21:56

    Thanks Liz. I was fascinated by the stuff in that shop. There was row after row of harps, lined up in a circle like they were all dancing round a maypole. Must find some more pics for another post.

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