This small harpsichord represents an absolute rarity, since so far nothing comparable exists. It is a children's harpsichord, which was made in Italy around 1650. The case is covered with fine cloth and decorated on the outside and inside with fine paintings. All around are ro...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 few survived. Find here a fine selection...
This early spinet is one of the rarest surviving instruments made by Stephan Keene. The case is made in walnut with the original brass work and it rests on the original stand. Furthermore the jacks are all original. The nameboard is exceptionally fine with inlaid decorative panel...more
This charming spinet was made around 1720 by the renowned harpsichord maker Thomas Barton in London. The case and the original stand are made of walnut and the keyboard is made of ivory and ebony. This instrument with its typical English bentside shape was very popular in the...more
This two-manual harpsichord by Martin Sassmann is a reference of the modern harpsichord construction in Germany in the 1960s. Since the revival of this type of instrument at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, instruments were increasingly being built that were...more
The harpsichords made by William de Blaise are particularly interesting in the development of the modern harpsichord construction. In addition to major German manufactories such as Neupert, Ammer or Sperrhake this instrument shows the typical “Rastenbauweise” (industrial/seri...more
This single-manual harpsichord, based on Italian instruments, comes from the Wolfgang Zuckermann workshop and was built from a kit by a professional harpsichord builder in Berlin. The case is made of cedar wood with surrounding frames and fillings and decorative brass hinges....more