I Didn't Know That Was On the Internet!
One of the main goals of The Dodd Report is to bring all the best references on Art & Antiques and associated material to you in one place.
Many of the references you find here are "buried" on search engines and extremely difficult to locate. BUT, we find them for you.
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Auction Catalogs - Auction Sale Records - Architecture - History - Teachers Resources - Leaning Aids
Note: Sheet Music is in a separate section
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dept. of Musical Instruments
Orfeo Magazine #3 - English edition - Spring 2014 [MA]
Illustrated classical guitar magazine
Antique Pianos [M] - Online Museum
Changing Keys [V] - Colonial Williamsburg
This exhibition explores the evolution of spinets, harpsichords and pianos in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Brompton's Fine & Rare Instruments
You need to sign up for access to this website. It is free and well worth it. It covers string instruments. Here is what you will receive:
Photographs of Instruments (great for detailed research and comparisons)
Biographies of Makers
Reference - How To
Skinner Auction Catalogs