The lyre is a stringed musical instrument which has been popular all around the world and is recognized for its prominence in classical antiquity. It has a yoke which includes a crossbar and two arms and has strings that stretch from the tailpiece to the crossbar.
The harmonica is a wind instrument with a free reed and is usually present in blues, jazz, folk, and country music. It is also called mouth organ and harp. Air flow from drawing or blowing air into reed chambers makes reeds vibrate which produces sound. There are many varied bronze and brass reads in each chamber and these are fastened at an end and free on another end. The loose end vibrates up and down to generate music.
The crumhorn is a capped reed member of the woodwind family. During the Renaissance, it was at its peak and it was revived in modern times. It has an unusual bent shape because it resembles the letter J. There are some people with presumptions that this is so to direct the produced sound to the crumhorn player.