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Peppermint Nutcracker Ornament

$17.99

Nutcrackers were first carved by commoners as a joke because it was considered fun to make a little wooden king or soldier do the menial work of cracking the tough nuts. Today, nutcrackers are often associated with the Christmas holidays due to their whimsical nature and the popular Nutcracker Ballet.
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Record Player Ornament

$24.99

The record player s origins trace back to the invention of the phonograph by Thomas Edison in 1877. The record player was widely used until the 1980s. Despite technological advances in music, many people prefer the sound of a classic record player and collect records and players alike.
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Microphone Ornament

$12.99

A microphone or mic converts sounds into electrical signals allowing the sound to be projected. Microphones are used in a variety of settings to allow more people to enjoy sounds of music, speeches, and performances. The microphone ornament is the perfect gift for the performer in your life.
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Nutcracker General Ornament

$17.99

Nutcrackers were first carved by commoners as a joke because it was considered fun to make a little wooden king or soldier do the menial work of cracking the tough nuts. Today, nutcrackers are often associated with the Christmas holidays due to their whimsical nature and the very popular Nutcracker Suite Ballet.
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Guitar Ornament

$14.99

In 1818, a young Austrian priest was trying to devise a way to include music for the Christmas Eve service that night since the church organ was broken. So he wrote a poem and took it to the organist, who composed a melody. That evening the song "Silent Night" was sung to the simple accompaniment of a guitar.
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Marching Band Ornament

$18.99

Nothing gets school spirit revved up more than the rousing fight song, performed by the marching band! Whether at a pep rally, half-time show or in a parade, the marching band and charismatic drum line are certain to please the crowd! Go, Fight, Win!
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Guitar Amp Ornament

$19.99

A guitar amplifier strengthens the weak electrical signal from a pickup on a guitar so that it can produce sound through loudspeakers. Victor Hugo said, Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent. This ornament makes a great gift for musicians, especially rock and rollers.
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Baby Grand Piano Ornament

$24.99

Bartolomeo Cristofori of Padua, Italy, invented the piano in the early 18th century; Mozart & others composed masterworks on the pianoforte. Over the centuries, the piano has developed to include the current Grand variation used by orchestras around the world. The Baby Grand measures 5' or less, making it more suitable for residential use.
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Ukulele Ornament

$14.99

The Ukulele is a Hawaiian version of a Portuguese stringed instrument brought to the islands by immigrants in the 19th century. It quickly became Hawaii's most popular musical instrument, and a favorite of King Kalkaua. The name Ukulele roughly translates to "jumping flea" because of the player's rapid finger movements.
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Violin Ornament

$14.99

The violin evolved from string instruments dating back as far as 5000B.C. Played with a bow and made from hardwoods that allow the sound to resonate, it s beautiful, clear, soprano tones soar above the other instruments in the symphony. Long a favorite among listeners, it is also a traditional solo instrument.
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Nutcracker Prince Ornament

$15.99

Tchaikovsky s famous ballet, The Nutcracker Suite, tells the story of Clara, who is given a nutcracker for Christmas. She falls asleep and dreams it has come to life. After a battle with the Mouse King, Clara and her Nutcracker Prince travel through a snowy forest to the magical Kingdom of Sweets where they meet the lovely Sugar Plum Fairy.
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Comedy And Tragedy Ornament

$23.99

The Comedy & Tragedy masks have symbolized the theater for decades and originate from Greek theater. Actors wore masks with exaggerated expressions so people sitting far off could see the character s emotions. The masks also allowed actors to play multiple characters. Masks were designed with enlarged mouths so actors could easily talk and project their voices.
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Clarinet Ornament

$14.99

The Clarinet evolved from an earlier single-reed, woodwind instrument in the late 1600's. It was improved over the years, and Mozart was the first composer to use the clarinet in a symphony. With its lovely and unique sound, the clarinet is equally at home in orchestras and swing or jazz bands.
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Saxophone Ornament

$14.99

The Saxophone was invented by and named for Antoine-Joseph Sax, who was an expert instrument maker and talented musician. Introduced in Paris and patented in 1846, the Saxophone has since become a necessity in every band due to its tonal beauty and versatility.
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Headphones Ornament

$16.99

Headphones are a pair of small loudspeakers worn over a listener s ears. The first headphones were developed in the late 19th century for telephone operators so they could keep their hands free to connect calls. Today s headphones allow individuals to enjoy music, movies, podcasts and other forms of education and entertainment without disturbing other people.
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Flute Ornament

$14.99

Flutes appeared in every culture and exist in many forms today as folk instruments. In Western culture, the flute has evolved into the metal, keyed instrument we know today. The concert flute is a precision woodwind that uses a system of keys to produce beautiful tones.
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Cello Ornament

$14.99

Also known as the bass violin, the cello is the 2nd largest string instrument, after the double bass. This soulful instrument emerged in the early 16th century and was originally held between the musician's legs; later the endpin was added as much more comfortable support.
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Joy To The World Ornament

$24.99

Joy to the world, the Lord has come! Let Earth receive her king. This song tells the story of and the true meaning of Christmas. One can almost hear heaven and angels sing this beautiful song as the ornament is hung on the tree.
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Banjo Ornament

$14.99

The Banjo probably evolved from African string instruments, which lead to the development of the modern banjo in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The Banjo has a distinctive sound associated with bluegrass, country and folk music styles.
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Rockin Roll Santa Ornament

$18.99

Santa works very hard and has a really big job. So it is not unusual that he likes to take a break from all the work and take part in some rock 'n roll! Playing lead guitar for the North Pole band is a great way for Santa to have fun.
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Nutcracker Suite Ornament Collection

$89.99

Relive the magic of the Nutcracker Suite every Christmas with our blown glass ornament collection, which includes: Sugar Plum Fairy, Pair of Ballet Slippers, Clara, Mouse King, Nutcracker Prince and Drosselmayer. Each collection is packaged in a keepsake box, which is great for storage. Our Nutcracker Suite Collection makes a memorable gift for all the children in your life.
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Toy Xylophone Ornament

$21.99

Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-da! A toy xylophone is usually the first musical instrument given to a child. Versions of this percussion instrument are recognizable around the world. Its name in Greek means wood sound. Musicians, children and toy collectors are among the many who will love to hang the toy xylophone ornament on a Christmas tree.
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Phonograph Ornament

$13.99

The phonograph was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. While other devices could record sound, Edison s invention allowed sound to be reproduced. It brought recorded music into homes, and businesses and into the lives of common folk. The phonograph transformed into record players that were widely used until the invention of the cassette player in the 1980s.
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Tuba Ornament

$19.99

The tuba is the largest and lowest-pitched musical instrument in the brass family. It is also the newest part of the symphony orchestra, showing up in the 19th century. It takes a lot of breath to play the tuba because it is one of the loudest instruments.
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Karaoke Machine Ornament

$15.99

In 1971, Daisuke Inoue developed a tape recording machine in Japan, that would play one of his songs for 100 yen. It turns out folks liked to sing along with Inoue, so he leased these machines to restaurants & hotels. The trend spread throughout Asia, with My Way being one of the most popular songs.
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Romeo And Juliet Ornament

$19.99

The Shakespeare play, Romeo and Juliet is one of the most familiar, loved and performed pieces of theater of all time. The story of two young, star-crossed lovers from feuding families teaches that love can conquer all but, for the young couple, it is tragically too late.
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Angel With Lyre (a) Ornament

$17.99

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Angels are thought to be our link to God and heaven. Symbolizing purity, peace, and love, angels are a comforting presence. Glassblowers often created angel ornaments with the sweet, cherubic faces of their own daughters, depicting their vision of a beautiful angel.
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Upright Piano (a) Ornament

$24.99

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This beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, the ornament was delicately hand-painted with many brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!

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