each harpsichord is one of its kind
unique ~ beautiful

HARPSICHORD
2 manuals with
16′ – register

Reconstruction of a harpsichord after Zell/Hass, Hamburg, prior to 1754

Details

Compass

5 octaves (FF-f’’’)
Transposable 415-440 Hz

Manual I: 16′, 8′, 4′ and 16′ lute
Manual II: 8′, lute + shove coupler
Case:

Solid Caucasian walnut with inlays of ebony and bone, waxed

Soundboard: Alpine spruce,

from north-east facing slopes above 1400 meters

Strings

FF to HH 16′ – wound with gold and silver; the remaining strings made of copper, red brass, yellow brass, iron (M. Rose)

Jacks

Own production from pear wood; choice of Delrin or quill for the plectra

TO ARRANGE A CONSULTATION

world-renowned masterpiece

with great attention to detail

This unique instrument is characterised by its impressive fullness of sound and infinite variety of timbre. Combined with highest precision and attention to detail, it is an absolute masterpiece among harpsichords on the worldwide stage

  • Length: approx. 288 cm | Width: approx. 95 cm

  • Weight: approx. 65 kg

  • 8-legged stand
Version A

Two-colour design with gilded relief
Keyboard:
Lower keys (naturals): ebony
Upper keys (sharps): bog oak with bone veneer

Price: € 55.000,- (plus VAT)
Version B

Waxed solid walnut
Inlays in the keyboard area
Keyboard:
Lower keys (naturals): bone
Upper keys (sharps): bog oak with snakewood veneer

Price: € 58.000,- (plus VAT)