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The building that plays music when it rains.   This building is located in Dresden, Germany. It's called Neustadt Kunsthofpassage. And when it rains it starts to play music.

The building that plays music when it rains. This building is located in Dresden, Germany. It's called Neustadt Kunsthofpassage. And when it rains it starts to play music.

Detail from medieval manuscript, British Library Stowe MS 17 'The Maastricht Hours' f9r

Detail from medieval manuscript, British Library Stowe MS 17 'The Maastricht Hours' f9r

Discarding images Liked · September 8, 2013    self-propelled bagpipes  'Hours of Joanna the Mad', Bruges 1486-1506 (BL, Add 18852, fol. 376v)

Discarding images Liked · September 8, 2013 self-propelled bagpipes 'Hours of Joanna the Mad', Bruges 1486-1506 (BL, Add 18852, fol. 376v)

Detail from "The Rutland Psalter", medieval (c1260), British Library Add MS 62925. f 53v

Detail from "The Rutland Psalter", medieval (c1260), British Library Add MS 62925. f 53v

And Now, A Lyre Made From A Human Skull. Currently in storage, but not on view, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: This terrifically ghastly 19th century musical instrument (technical classification: "Chordophone-Lyre-plucked") made from a human skull, antelope horns, skin, gut, and hair.

And Now, A Lyre Made From A Human Skull

And Now, A Lyre Made From A Human Skull. Currently in storage, but not on view, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: This terrifically ghastly 19th century musical instrument (technical classification: "Chordophone-Lyre-plucked") made from a human skull, antelope horns, skin, gut, and hair.

Horse and goat musicians. Chagall versus  Book of hours, ca. 1300 Cambridge, Trinity College B.11.22, fol. 185v.

Horse and goat musicians. Chagall versus Book of hours, ca. 1300 Cambridge, Trinity College B.11.22, fol. 185v.

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