Village/Rustic Scenes: [Lingelbach Pa] Lingelbach, Johannes (1622-1674). Villagers Outside and Inn. Nottingham, Castle Museum. Includes dancers accompanied by players of bagpipe and pipe and drum (small, medium depth) and a woman in a cart playing a tambourine. Italian setting. (exh Philadelphia, 1984: Masters of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting, cat. no. 63, pl. 45 [color reproduction], as from the early 1650s, painted after his return to the Netherlands; exh Hull, Ferens Art Gallery, 1961: Dutch Seventeenth-Century Painting, pl. 18)
[Lingelbach Pa] _______. Peasant Dance. location unknown (1976). Many figures, including a dancing couple accompanied by a player of pipe and drum. Italian setting. (A. Busiri-Vici. Andrea Locatelli e il paesaggio romano del settecento. Rome 1976. no. 187 [poor reproduction])
[Lingelbach Pa] _______. Italian Landscape with Peasants Dancing Outside an Inn. location unknown. Italian setting. The dancers (a couple) are accompanied by players of bagpipe and pipe and drum. (Bernt II, pl. 690; Burlington 82  March ad p. iii [poor reproduction]) =? von Moltke Collection, Copenhagen (G. J. Hoogewerff. Nederlandsche Kunstenaars te Rome (1600-1725). The Hague 1942. pl. V opp. p. 118)
[A van Ostade Pa] Ostade, Adriaen van (1610-1685). Peasants Dancing beside an Inn (1654). private collection. Two couples dance, accompanied by a player of a pipe and drum. (exh Rotterdam, 1938: Meesterwerken uit vier eeuwen, 1400-1800. cat. no. 112, fig. 75; exh Rotterdam BvB, 1955: Kunstschatten uit Nederlandse Verzamelingen. cat. no. 96, pl. 91 [small reproduction])
[A van Ostade Pr] _______. Festivities beneath a Grape-Arbor. etching. Figures include a pipe and drum player. (exh Washington NGA, 1996: Jan Steen, Painter and Storyteller, p. 113 [small reproduction, not exhibited]; Hirth no. 2413)
Inn Interiors: [Lingelbach Pa] Lingelbach, Johannes (1622-1674). Figures in an Inn. location unknown. Eating and dancing, with figures playing guitar, bagpipe, pipe and tabor and triangle. (Manos sale, Helbing, Munich, 21.XI.1912 [fair reproduction])
Parables -- Prodigal Son: [Biset Pa] Biset, Charles Emmanuel (1633-ca.1710). The Prodigal Son among the Whores. private collection. A woman plays a virginal; a woman, sort of sitting on a cavalier's lap, holds a lute; and a musician, standing beside the table, plays a pipe and drum. (R. Leppert. The Theme of Music in Flemish Paintings of the Seventeenth Century. Munich, Salzburg, 1977. no. 38, pl. XXXVI)
Village/Rustic Scenes: [Pa private collection] Flemish 17th century. Village Dance. private collection. Includes a figure playing a pipe and drum. (Leppert no. 628, pl. LVII, as School of David I Teniers) A copy of an etching by Adriaen van Ostade (Hirth no. 2413, see above).
Inn Interiors: [D III Ryckaert Pa] Ryckaert, David III (1612-1661). Peasants Eating and Dancing (1641 or 1651). Antwerp KMSK cat. 322. The dancers are accompanied by a player of a pipe and drum. (W. Bosmans. Eenhandsfluit en Trom in de Lage Landen. Peer 1991. p. 57 [fair reproduction]; Leppert no. 550 -- not illus; Antwerp KMSK Jaarboek 1968, p. 192 [fair reproduction])
Beggars: See also Miscellaneous Figures, Costume/Character Series.
Costume/Character Series: [Bonnart Pr] Bonnart. "Barquerole de Veniz." engraving. Includes a player of pipe and tabpr (deep drum). Mirimonde Iconographie musicale vol. II (?). no. 114. No further identification.)
[Bosse Pr] Bosse, Abraham (1602-1676). Les cris de Paris. etching. A beggar plays a pipe and tabor (shallow). (E. Sudeck. Bettlerdarstellungen ... Strasbourg 1931. [SdK, 279] no. 54. Text, p. 74, considers the series totally derivative, Callot, mostly.)
Village/Rustic Scenes: [Kauw Pa] Kauw, Albrecht (1621-prob. 1681), attr. Peasant Wedding. Bern KM (from a house on MŘnsterplatz, 10). Includes figures playing hurdy-gurdy (?), bagpipe and pipe and tabor. Caricatural. (Die Kunstdenkmńler der Schweiz, 40: Kanton Bern Stadt II. Basel 1959. pp. 298-99, as ca.1670)
[Kohl Pr] Kohl, Andreas (1624-1656). "Von dem Tantzen." engraving. In the foreground five couples dance, accompanied by a player of the pipe (huge, shawm-like) and tabor. In the background others are accompanied by players of bagpipe and shawm. (Mirimonde Astrologie. pl. 96, p. 159, as from Miroir du bonheur et du malheur, 1652)
Nativity: [Antolinez Pa] Antolinez, Jose (the Younger) (1639-1676). The Nativity. Pozan NM. Includes a shepherd boy playing a pipe (long, flaring bell) and tabor (field drum). (D. Angulo I˝iguez. Jose Antolinez. Madrid 1957. pl. 21)
[Castillo y Saavedra Pa] Castillo y Saavedra, Antonio del (1616-1668), attr. Adoration of the Shepherds. Cordova, Museum. Includes a young shepherd playing a pipe (?) and tabor. (Vis. Coll. 376.C171.22A)
Children: See also New Testament, Nativity.
Musicians: [Po Vich Museum] Anon., 17th century. Pipe and Tabor Player. Vich, Museum. painted tile. (J. Ainaud de Lasarte. Cerßmica y vidrio. Madrid 1952. [Ars hispaniae, 10] fig. 391; =? Musica calendar 1980: 6-19 April [fine color reproduction of two sets of twelve musicians],as 18th century)
[Po private collection] Anon (Catalan), mid-17th century. Pipe and Tabor Player. private collection. He plays a pipe. The drum hangs from his waist but he doesn't play it. (A. Battlori MunnÚ and L. M. LubiÓ MunnÚ. Ceramica catalana decorada. Barcelona 1949. pl. 113)
[Po private collection] Anon. (Catalan), mid-17th century. Pipe and Tabor Payer. private collection? painted tile. Similar to pl. 113, above, but the plants have shrunk and it is artistically not as nice. (A. Batllori MunnÚ and L. M. LubiÓ MunnÚ. Ceramica catalana decorada. Barcelona 1949. pl. 115)
Shepherds: See also New Testament, Nativity.
Miriam/Crossing the Red Sea: [Pa Giordano] Giordano, Luca (1632-1705). The Israelites Rejoicing after the Crossing of the Red Sea. Greenville, S. C., Bob Jones University. oil sketch/bozzetto. Among the several musicians, there is a female figure playing a tambourine. Others play a woodwind instrument, pipe and string drum, looped horn and triangle. Miriam sings and beats on a single small kettledrum. (O. Ferrari and G. Scavizzi. Luca Giordiano. Naples 1966. vol. III, fig. 308. suggests is a bozzetto for a canvas of 1687 for the Chiesa dell'Annunziata in Naples; exh Memphis, TN, Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, 1964: Luca Giordano in America. pl. 22, with dates between 1692-1702, perhaps preparatory study for the large fresco in the Church of San Lorenzo, Escorial; exh. Detroit, Institute of Arts, 1965: Art in Italy, 1600-1700. no. 164, p. 147; Burlington 107  373)
[Pa Giordano] _______. Song of Miriam. Miriam plays a single small kettledrum hung at her waist. Other women play woodwinds, pipe and string drum, tambourine and triangle. (O. Ferrari and G. Scavizzi. Luca Giordano. Naples 1966. vol. III, fig. 369, as ca. 1694)
Musicians (amateur and professional): [Bracelli Pr] Bracelli, Giovanni Battista (doc. 1624-1649). Two figures fromFigure con instrumenti musicali e boscarecci. Rome ca. 1630. etching. Musicians play a sort of tenor viola da braccio and a pipe and string drum. (M. Preaud. Bracelli, gravures. Paris 1975. p. 78)
[Bracelli Pr] _______. as above. Two figures play pipe and drum and pipe and dulcimer. (Preaud p. 81)