The name of this newly designed NEUPERT „Zenti“ spinet is a homage to the famous Italian Girolamo Zenti, the first to have built this special type of instrument („bentside spinet“) in 1637.
With the „Zenti“ spinet NEUPERT has met customers‘ demands for a musically versatile instrument at a reasonable price which can be easily transported.
The new NEUPERT „Zenti“ spinet is characterised by:
a large compass although the instrument is only 148 cm long and has a weight of only 31 kg standard features include a buff-stop and a transposing arrangement (to shift from a 1 = 440 Hz to a 1 = 415 Hz) the unique possibility to use the music desk with the lid either closed or open a number of features found in historical instruments such as wooden jacks and Delrin plectra a reasonable price thanks to the rediscovered historical production methods NEUPERT‘s application of its experience as the nowadays world‘s oldest maker of historical keyboard instruments Technical details: keyboard compass: A 1 - f 3 (4 3/4 octaves) naturals ebony sharps pearwood covered by bone lute transposing device length 148 cm (4‘10‘‘), width 62 cm (2‘) net weight 31 kg Additional equipment: covers and benches matching the instrument a moulding around the case tapered legs with mouldings
française étendue de clavier: La 1 - fa 3 (4 3/4 octaves), luth transpositeur longueur 148 cm, largeur 62 cm net 31 kg