Oreus - instrument a bit like a guitar, but with buttons instead of strings, the buttons are arranged vertically in 6 tones (Enterdese notation 6 tones, 6 semi-tones), with a pitch controller (for the semi-tones), and horizontally in numbers of hexaves (the Enterdese interval between one musical pitch and another with half or double its frequency), one button corresponds to one tone, and when the pitch button is used the sound is raised one semi-tone.
Llei Family - the Escodrian equivalent of the violin family, a four-string instrument family played with bows. The strings are arranged in perfect fifths. The family consists of three instruments:
- Siellei - the treble voice in the Llei Family, tuned D3-A3-E4-B4
- Aiellei - the middle voice in the Llei Family, tuned G2-D3-A3-E4
- Verllei - the bass voice in the Llei Family, tuned C2-G2-D3-A3
Amedhe Family - the Escodrian equivalent of the guitar family, a four-string plucked instrument family. The strings are arranged in perfect fifths. The family consists of two main groups of instruments:
- Esamedhe - the high voice in the Amedhe Family, tuned E2-B2-F♯3-B♭
- Geuramedhe - the low voice in the Amedhe Family, tuned a hexave lower than the Esamedhe
Ausestarmā - a one division keyboard wind instrument operated with the hands.
Vlokfirpa - a bagpipes-like instrument
Suith - a wooden flute-like instrument
Toriome - an instrument similar to the harp, which can have between 48 and 144 strings, though usually 60.
H'mana - an idiophone instrument consisting of a hollow usually wooden board to which between 49 and 63 staggered metal keys are attached.
Ergon - an electrophone instrument similar to a Tesla coil but minimized and encased in glass.