Waltz inside one of the world’s finest musical instrument collections with eMuseum for the National Music Museum. Integrated with their website design through a look and feel customization, the NMM’s online collection displays their Arne B. Larson Founding Collection and instruments crafted before 1800 through in-depth object records.
Every instrument’s detailed information is made available in its in-depth object record.
Established on The University of South Dakota campus, the National Music Museum hosts a world-class collection of over 15,000 instruments, hailing from across the globe and history. Showcasing a selection of these show-stopping treasures, their eMuseum site hosts detailed object pages, featuring drop-down options describing each item’s background, provenance, dimensions, and distinct markings.
View of the Hardingfele violin’s detailed object page, including drop-down options describing its distinct markings, dimensions, description, and other relevant information.
See any instruments that caught your eye? Save them into your own personal collection with the My Collections feature, which encourages online users to curate and share their finished groupings.
Users can save their favorite instruments thanks to eMuseum’s My Collections feature. They can then easily share their groupings.