Viking Musical Instruments
We don't know much about how Viking music sounded, but we do know some of their musical instruments based on archeological finds. The dig at York, England uncovered a set of wooden pan-pipes that still played once the mud was removed. They also found bone whistles made from the leg bones of birds and a bridge for a 1yre, though there were no other remains of the instrument itself. Here are a few easy-to-make instruments from Viking times, which were also probably used by most early cultures.

Wooden pipes: Pan-pipes: Bone Whistles: Cow Horn Bugle: Simple Drum:

Simple Drum: