THE MUSIC OF THE BIBLE - With an account of the Development of Modern Musical Instruments from Ancient Types. By John Stainer, M.A., MUS. DOC.MAGD, COLL., OXON. New Edition. - Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.: LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. 1882. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] - Prepared for katapi by Paul Ingram, 2005.
Text Box: Classification of Musical Instruments.
Text Box: Wind
Text Box: Percussion
Text Box: Plucked
Text Box: membrane
Text Box: rod of metal
Text Box: plates of metal
wooden blocks
Text Box: by fingers
Text Box: played from side
Text Box: held in the arm (da braccio)
Text Box: held beween legs 
(da gamba)
Text Box: lever
Text Box: in hand
Text Box: ancient lyre
Text Box: by levers Text Box: by hammers in hand Text Box: by fingers & plectrum
Text Box: cymbals
Text Box: xylophone, marimba, castanets.
Text Box: drums
Text Box: triangle
Text Box: with air-chamber
Text Box: without air-chamber
Text Box: kettle drums.
side drums &c. Text Box: tambour.
Grosse caisse &c.
Text Box: pianoforte
Text Box: dulcimer
Text Box: zither
Text Box: Tube with a series of holes
Text Box: Tube open at both ends
Text Box: with reed
(vibrating tongue)
Text Box: without reed
(vibrating tongue)
Text Box: simple
Text Box: with pistons
Text Box: with slide
Text Box: hunting horn 
or bugle,
old. trumpet,
horn.
Text Box: cornet,
euphonium &c.,
trumpet,
horn,
trombone &c. Text Box: trombone,
slide trumpet &c.
Text Box: double reed
Text Box: oboe,
bassoon.
Text Box: flauto traverso
Text Box: modern flute
Text Box: ORGAN. (contains series of reed & flue pipes in the place of pipes with holes. The latter have, however, been used experimentally).