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1600 Italian Octave spinet at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Octave spinets were portable keyboard instruments, widely used in private homes in Italy throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to accompany singing."

1600 Italian Octave spinet at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Octave spinets were portable keyboard instruments, widely used in private homes in Italy throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to accompany singing."

Double Virginal  The earliest known keyboard by Hans Ruckers dated 1581 and built in Antwerp. Made for the Viceroy of Peru.

Double Virginal The earliest known keyboard by Hans Ruckers dated 1581 and built in Antwerp. Made for the Viceroy of Peru.

Double Virginal  Maker: Lodewijck Grouwels (Flemish, active Middelburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands 1593–1600)  Date: 1600  Geography: Middelburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands  Culture: Flemish  Medium: Pine, spruce, various materials

Double Virginal Maker: Lodewijck Grouwels (Flemish, active Middelburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands 1593–1600) Date: 1600 Geography: Middelburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands Culture: Flemish Medium: Pine, spruce, various materials

Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (1721-1782):Portrait of Marianna Martines (1744-1812)…

Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (1721-1782):Portrait of Marianna Martines (1744-1812)…

Antoine Vestier, Portrait of Mademoiselle Rouillé, three-quarter-length, at the…

Antoine Vestier, Portrait of Mademoiselle Rouillé, three-quarter-length, at the…

Portrait of a lady at her spinet, mid 18th century, French school

Portrait of a lady at her spinet, mid 18th century, French school

The Music Lesson · by Giuseppe Bonito

The Music Lesson · by Giuseppe Bonito

A painting of two girls from around 1720-30.

A painting of two girls from around 1720-30.

Arthur Devis (1712–1787) — Portrait of a lady, seated at a harpsichord, possibly…

Arthur Devis (1712–1787) — Portrait of a lady, seated at a harpsichord, possibly…

The Music Party by Louis Rolland Trinquesse, 1774

The Music Party by Louis Rolland Trinquesse, 1774