The Miscellaneous Music ClipArt gallery includes 49 music-related illustrations such as music notation, recordings, metronomes, and music stands.

During the 1876 Election, Senator Carl Schurz and Whitelaw Reid support Hayes' Presidential Bid by getting in tune together.

1876 Election's Shurz and Reid

During the 1876 Election, Senator Carl Schurz and Whitelaw Reid support Hayes' Presidential Bid by getting…

Ancient harp.

Ancient harp

Ancient harp.

A bagpipe.

Bagpipe

A bagpipe.

Bass Clef Fairy with staff.

Bass Clef Fairy

Bass Clef Fairy with staff.

A cross sectional view of a bell.

Cross Section of a Bell

A cross sectional view of a bell.

A chalil, which is a pipe or flute.  The word means "bored through" and is found in 1 Sam 10:5.

Chalil

A chalil, which is a pipe or flute. The word means "bored through" and is found in 1 Sam 10:5.

Various musical chords written on a staff.

Musical Chords

Various musical chords written on a staff.

This music trophy clock panel was designed during the French Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Music Trophy Clock Panel

This music trophy clock panel was designed during the French Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory…

A cornet, a treble wind instrument made of brass.

Cornet

A cornet, a treble wind instrument made of brass.

Edison disk record

Edison disk record

Edison disk record

A lyre, a stringed instrument commonly used in Greek Classical antiquity.

Lyre

A lyre, a stringed instrument commonly used in Greek Classical antiquity.

An illustration of a man playing the accordion.

Man Playing Accordion

An illustration of a man playing the accordion.

An illustration of a man playing the bagpipes.

Man Playing Bagpipes

An illustration of a man playing the bagpipes.

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

Medallion Ornament

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

Medallion Ornament

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

Medallion Ornament

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

Medallion Ornament

A modern medallion by sculptor Lehr of Berlin.

A metronome is any device that produces a regulated aural, visual or tactile pulse to establish a steady tempo in the performance of music. It is a useful practice tool for musicians that dates back to the early 19th century.

Maezel's Metronome

A metronome is any device that produces a regulated aural, visual or tactile pulse to establish a steady…

Musical notes

Music notes

Musical notes

A wooden or metal frame for holding the music convenient for musicians.

Music-stand

A wooden or metal frame for holding the music convenient for musicians.

A revolving stool used as a seat while playing the piano and generally constructed so it can be raised or lowered by means of a screw.

Music-stool

A revolving stool used as a seat while playing the piano and generally constructed so it can be raised…

A design with horns and cymbals.

Musical Doodad

A design with horns and cymbals.

Tambourine, drum, bells, and a triangle.

Musical instruments

Tambourine, drum, bells, and a triangle.

Hand cymbals, finger cymbals, and a tambourine.

Musical Instruments

Hand cymbals, finger cymbals, and a tambourine.

Consisting of eight; the eighth tone in the scale.

Octave

Consisting of eight; the eighth tone in the scale.

An illustration of a group of men and women playing musical instruments.

Parlor Band

An illustration of a group of men and women playing musical instruments.

An instrument for registering the vibrations of a sounding body.

Phonautograph

An instrument for registering the vibrations of a sounding body.

"A Phonograph is an instrument for recording and reproducing sounds, invented by Thomas A. Edison."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Phonograph

"A Phonograph is an instrument for recording and reproducing sounds, invented by Thomas A. Edison."—(Charles…

A form of the phonautograph invented by Thomas A. Edison, by mean which sounds are made to produce on a register permanent tracings, each having an individual character corresponding to the sound it produces.

Phonograph

A form of the phonautograph invented by Thomas A. Edison, by mean which sounds are made to produce on…

Record player, phonograph or gramophone was the most common device for playing recorded sound from the late 1870s until the late 1980s.

Record Phonograph

Record player, phonograph or gramophone was the most common device for playing recorded sound from the…

A modern ornament on pilaster panels by sculptor Fomilini of Florence.

Pilaster Ornament

A modern ornament on pilaster panels by sculptor Fomilini of Florence.

A modern ornament on pilaster panels by sculptor Fomilini of Florence.

Pilaster Ornament

A modern ornament on pilaster panels by sculptor Fomilini of Florence.

Pauses; intervals of rest in music.

Rests

Pauses; intervals of rest in music.

A music staff with 6 and a half octaves.

Staff

A music staff with 6 and a half octaves.

A copy of the original manuscript of the first stanza of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

First Stanza of the "Star-Spangled Banner"

A copy of the original manuscript of the first stanza of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

The pilaster panel symbol is a horn which symbolizes the art of singing. It was designed by sculptor Fomilini of Florence.

Horn Symbol

The pilaster panel symbol is a horn which symbolizes the art of singing. It was designed by sculptor…

The medallion base symbol is a symbol of a lyre. Designed by sculptor Lehr of Berlin, Germany which symbolizes the art of singing.

Medallion Base Symbol

The medallion base symbol is a symbol of a lyre. Designed by sculptor Lehr of Berlin, Germany which…

The music symbol is found in front of the Tuileries a royal palace in Paris, France.

Music Symbol

The music symbol is found in front of the Tuileries a royal palace in Paris, France.

The farming symbol is found in front of the Tuileries a royal palace in Paris, France.

Farming Symbol

The farming symbol is found in front of the Tuileries a royal palace in Paris, France.

This ornament medallion symbol is a symbol of musical instruments that represent the art of singing. Designed by sculptor Lehr of Berlin, Germany.

Ornament Medallion Symbol

This ornament medallion symbol is a symbol of musical instruments that represent the art of singing.…

This singing Symbol is a violin.

Singing Symbol

This singing Symbol is a violin.

The symbol of the violin maker represents the violin maker's guild in Klingenthal, Germany in 1716.

Violin Maker Symbol

The symbol of the violin maker represents the violin maker's guild in Klingenthal, Germany in 1716.

This chased metal armor dish trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Armor Dish Trophy

This chased metal armor dish trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were…

This chased metal art trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Art Trophy

This chased metal art trophy during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used…

This chased metal tool trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that were used to decorate monuments connected with war.

Chased Metal Tool Trophy

This chased metal tool trophy was designed during the Renaissance. Trophies were tokens of victory that…

A tuning fork is an acoustic resonator in the form of a two-pronged fork with the tines formed from a U-shaped bar of elastic metal (usually steel). It resonates at a specific constant pitch when set vibrating by striking it against a surface or with an object, and emits a pure musical tone after waiting a moment to allow some high overtones to die out. The pitch that a particular tuning fork generates depends on the length of the two prongs. Its main use is as a standard of pitch to tune other musical instruments.

Tuning Fork

A tuning fork is an acoustic resonator in the form of a two-pronged fork with the tines formed from…

A steel instrument consisting of two prongs and a handle, which, being struck, gives a certain fixed tone; used for tuning instruments, or for ascertaining the pitch of tones.

Tuning-fork

A steel instrument consisting of two prongs and a handle, which, being struck, gives a certain fixed…

An illustration showing the vibration of plates be using a rosined bow and a steel plate.

Vibration of Plates

An illustration showing the vibration of plates be using a rosined bow and a steel plate.

Design with a wreath

Wreath

Design with a wreath