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harpsichord italian style

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single manual, historical construction

keyboard compass: 4 1/3 octaves (H1 - d3)

2 x 8'

wooden jacks, Delrin plectra
Sales price 21.350 €
Sales price without tax 17.941 €
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The NEUPERT harpsichord in the Italian style was designed after an instrument now kept in Mozart‘s house in Salzburg. It was probably built in the second half of the 18th century by an unknown harpsichord maker in Northern Italy (Venice?). At its former location in Leipzig, the Thomaskantor Günther Ramin preferered to use the instrument in his concerts on account of its full and carrying sound. The restoration of this valuable original instrument in our workshop revealed such an overwhelming sound that NEUPERT decided to make a copy of it. In accordance with Italian tradition the instrument is built of light cypress-wood and with ornamental knobs of bone at the top edge of the case. The natural keys are covered with bone, the sharps are from ebony.

 

Technische Angaben

  • keyboard compass: B1 - d3 (4 1/3 octaves)
  • naturals covered by bone, sharps ebony
  • disposition: 81‘, 82‘ (tuning pitch: a1 = 440 Hz)
  • length 220 cm (7‘3“), width 86 cm (2‘8“)
  • net weight 31 kg

Lieferbare Zusatzausstattung

  • Covering sheet of acrylic plastic
  • Transposing device (a1 = 415/440 Hz)
  • Covers and benches matching the instrument

 

J. C. NEUPERT GmbH & Co. KG
Manufacture of historical keyboard instruments
Biegenhofstraße 9
D-96103 Hallstadt bei Bamberg 

Phone +49 / (0)951 / 40 60 70
Fax +49 / (0)951 / 40 60 720

E-Mail: info@jc-neupert.de

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