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Collection in museums
  • Frances Densmore (1927) "Solophone" in Handbook of the Collection of Musical Instruments in the United States National Museum, U.S. Government Printing Office, p. 104
    "​The solophone (219990, pl. 47c) is a stringed instrument played with a bow and having 20 keys which press down the strings as a violin player would press them with his fingers. "
  • Solophon (1871-1900, Markneukirchen). Museum of Music History, Budapest, Hungary..
    "​Description: The solophon classified the zither animals between instrument types, which he said were not strumming, but with the help of pliers, mounted push-button mechanism. The latter has been missing about this instrument. ",
    "​Measurements: Height: 56,5 cm; Widht: 32 cm; Dept: 6 cm; ",
    "​Created: When 1871-1900 / Where Markneukirchen ",
    "​Museum of Music History "

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