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Elizabethan Music was a major form of entertainment.


  • But the most popular combination of Elizabethan musical instruments would become known as an 'English Consort'. This combination of Elizabethan musical instruments initially consisted of 4 musical instruments. This quartet comprised of:

  • Violin,Viol,Lute,flute


The Tambourine - A small drum consisting of a circular frame with a skin stretched over it and several pairs of metal jingles attached to the frame, played by striking with the knuckles or shaking


String instruments were either plucked or bowed. with a skin stretched over it and several pairs of metal jingles attached to the frame, played by striking with the knuckles or shaking





Chittarone guitar - a lute which could reach 6 feet tall


The Spinet - a small and compactly built upright piano which generates sound by plucking a string rather than striking one


The generates sound by plucking a string rather than striking oneLizard - An s-shaped horn


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  • http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/elizabethan-musical-instruments.htm


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