The Eric Feller Collection preserves a worldwide unique collection of original fortepianos from all periods and regions of piano history. Find here a fine selection of sp...More
Tangent instruments take a very special place in the development of early keyboard instruments. Only a few are preserved until today. Since the foundation of the Eric Fel...More
The square piano was one of the most popular keyboard instruments in the late 18th and early 19th century. A deep passion of Eric Feller for square pianos was one of the...More
Harpsichords are known from the 15th to 18th century. They were used as solo instrument and also in orchestras. Today historic harpsichords are absolutely rare and only a...More
The Clavichord is a stringed keyboard instrument which was used as a practice instrument or for composing in the late Medieval, through the Renaissance, Baroque and Class...More
During the development of instrument building many unusual instruments were made. Here are some selected extraordinary keyboard instruments....More
Radio Show on NDR Kultur about the Eric Feller Collection
January 4, 2024 The channel NDR Kultur broadcasts a radio report about the Eric Feller Collection. You can listen to the interesting report by Sven Jachmann here – click here. ...
TV report on SAT.1 about the Eric Feller Collection
January 4, 2024 The TV channel SAT.1 broadcasts a report about the Eric Feller Collection in its program “SAT.1 – Regional”. You can watch the interesting report by Christian Kwoczek here – click here. ...
New in the Collection – Square Piano by August Kulmbach, Heilbronn c. 1828 – 1835
January 2024 A new square piano by the German piano maker August Kulmbach has been added to the Eric Feller Collection. The elegant instrument was built around 1828 – 1835 and is a testimony to German piano making in the first half of the 19th century. The instrument impresses...
New in the Collection – Harpsichord Anonymous, Iberian Peninsula 1716
December 2023 Harpsichords from the Iberian Peninsula area are still rare today. To date, research has largely focused on Italian, French or English harpsichords, not least because of the larger number of surviving instruments from these regions. Now online is a single manual...