1. 🎹 Musical Keyboard

    A small section of a music keyboard, which differs from a computer keyboard. Showing white and black keys, this keyboard is played by a…

  2. 🎼 Musical Score

    A staff (or stave) showing a treble clef and five horizontal lines. …

  3. 🎡 Musical Note

    A music note emoji, which can denote song lyrics, or other music related topics. Displays as two eighth-notes (quavers in British English)…

  4. 🎢 Musical Notes

    Three eighth notes (quavers in British English), used to represent music or singing. Sometimes inserted next to quoted lyrics, to make it…

  5. πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ€ Woman Singer

    A woman singer or rock star generally displayed with a microphone, and sometimes musical notes. iOS and Android display this emoji as a…

  6. 🎀 Microphone

    A microphone, used to amplify a person’s voice when speaking or singing. Shown with music notes on most platforms, implying it to be used for…

  7. 🎺 Trumpet

    A trumpet, a brass instrument played in jazz bands. Trumpet was…

  8. 🎷 Saxophone

    Saxophone was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 …

  9. 🎧 Headphone

    Headphones, used to listen to music or other forms audio, such as podcasts. Most platforms display this emoji with large over-ear headphones…

  10. 🎻 Violin

    A violin emoji. Sometimes used in the context of the world’s smallest violin. …

  11. πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ€ Man Singer

    A man singer or rock star generally displayed with a microphone, and sometimes musical notes. iOS and Android display this emoji as a…

  12. 🎸 Guitar

    A guitar, which may be shown as an electric guitar (Apple, Google), or an acoustic guitar (Twitter, LG, HTC). Previously displayed as an…

  13. πŸ’½ Computer Disk

    A minidisc looks like a small optical disc, in a permanent plastic case approximately the size of a cassette tape. Minidisc was briefly…

  14. 🎚️ Level Slider

    Level Slider was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014 …

  15. πŸ₯ Drum

    A drum shown with drumsticks. A percussion instrument which is likely to be displayed as a snare drum. …

  16. πŸŽ™οΈ Studio Microphone

    A microphone used for audio recording and often associated with radio broadcasting, or podcasts. …

  17. πŸŽ›οΈ Control Knobs

    Control Knobs was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014 …

  18. πŸ’Ώ Optical Disk

    A optical disc, of which the most common types are the CD and DVD. Can be used to store computer files, or used for distribution of music or…

  19. πŸ”€ Shuffle Tracks Button

    Twisted arrows pointing right. Used to indicate putting music on β€˜shuffle’, randomizing the order of tracks in the upcoming playlist. …

  20. πŸ“― Postal Horn

    A postal horn (usually called a post horn) was used in the 18th and 19th centuries to indicate that a mail coach was arriving to deliver the…