Mary Rose (11) Music

Posted: May 30, 2014 in History, Medieval History
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A number of musical instruments were found in the wreck of the Mary Rose.

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A boxwood pipe made by the Bassano family. These were a family of Italian musical instrument makers who had relocated to London at the invitation of King Henry VIII

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A Tabor or snare drum which would originally been covered in animal skins.

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A fiddle and bow – It could be played like a violin or a guitar.

Comments
  1. Alona Serga says:

    What an interesting information! Thanks!

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