For additional information about lirones, visit the Lirone section of the Early String Instruments page.
Maker of Violas da gamba, violones, lirones, and barytons.
Location: Vries, Netherlands.
Maker of violas da gamba, violones, lirones, and barytons.
Location: Linz, Austria.
Maker of violas da gamba, lirone, barytons, vielles, hurdy gurdys, psalteries, and tromba marina.
Location: United Kingdom.
Maker of viols, violones, lira da braccio, lirones, barytons, fiddles, vielles, rebecs, and Renaissance and Baroque violins, violas, and cellos.
Location: Efland, North Carolina.
Maker and restorer of viols, lirones, fiddles, rebecs, lutes, gitterns, citoles, chitarrone, harps, and other instruments, also bows.
Location: Rome, Italy.
Maker and restorer of violas da gamba, Medieval fiddles, violone, lirone, lira da braccio, violas da braccio, psalteries, and Baroque cellos, also early bows.
Maker of violas da gamba, violones, lirones, barytons, violas d'amore, and Baroque violins, also bows.
Maker of violins, violas, cellos, violas d'amore, violas da gamba, violones, and lirone.
Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Maker and distributor of historical woodwind, brass, string, keyboard, and percussion instruments.
Location: Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Specializing in Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music, carries a full line of sheet music, books, and scores, instruments, kits, and strings, and gifts & accessories.
Location: Erie, Colorado.
The largest single source of early musical instruments world-wide. Also does recorder repair.
Location: London, England.
The world's largest specialist manufacturer of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque musical instruments. Also produces instruments in kit form.
Location: Bradford, United Kingdom.
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