Oldest Instrumen...Scientists in Germany recently found a flute that dates back to the time that modern humans first began to colonize Europe, 35,000 years ago.(Sascha Schuermann/AFP/ Getty Images)
Glass ArmonicaThe Glass Armonica was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1761. He used 37 bowls that were mounted horizontally on an iron spindle that rotated with the help of a foot pedal to create a very unique sound.
Largest Harmonic...In New York an elephant from the circus claims the prize for the largest harmonica player in the Universe. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Melodious RoadIf you ever find yourself wanting to hear a part of Rossini's "The William Tell Overture," you're in luck. The Musical Road in Lancaster, California will hum that tune if you drive in the fast lane at 55mph.
Largest Megaphon...Douglas Fairbanks Snr (1883-1939) using a giant megaphone during filming of the United Artists production 'The Gaucho'. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)
Largest TubaThe Giant Tuba has over 34 feet of tubing, weighs 112 pounds, and is nearly 8 feet tall.
World's Smallest...Cornell University’s Nanofabrication Facility recently created the Nano-Guitar which is 10 micrometers long (about the size of a single human blood cell).
Smallest PianoIn 2006, Sega Toys Company created the world's smallest grand piano with keys that are 0.16 inches wide.
Largest Harmonic...Playing a duet on a giant Blue Bird harmonica, in a music store in London's Regent Street. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)
Smallest ViolinChen Lianzhi told the Guangzhou Daily that he used a 0.1-millimeter drill to create the thumbtack-sized instrument.
Smallest Harmoni...The German-made "Little Lady" is 5 centimeters long by 1.5 centimeters wide.
The Sea OrganThe Sea Organ (morske orgulje) is is a natural musical instrument, seventy meters long with thirty-five organ pipes built under the concrete shoreline of Zadar, Croatia. The musical pipes are located so that fluctuating sea water and wind movements produce an all-natural jam session.
OctobassThe octobass is an extremely large bowed string instrument that was build in Paris in the mid 1800s. It took two musicians to play and it was never mass produced.
Largest Composer...15th June 1932: Composer Franz Steininger and his orchestra. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images)
Large SaxaphoneNita Dalton, leader of ladies' saxophone band The Silver Sax Six, plays her instrument on Margate Beach, 7th April 1938. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Youngest Violin ...Paul Whiteman (1890 - 1967), band leader, with his baby son playing a miniature violin. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)