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There's only very few historical German harpsichords preserved: Residing at the Germanische Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg, we sampled an instrument built by Christian Vater in 1738.

 


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The German Harpsichord 1738 library features one of the very few preserved historical German harpsichords, a very beautiful sounding instrument built by Christian Vater. The instrument was built in Hannover in 1738 and features very mellow low end response and rich low mids. Combined with its majestic upper harmonics and delicate treble range, it shows the German harpsichord tradition very well. Residing at the Germanische Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg, the harpsichord remains in great playable condition.

$109.95 *

The German Spinet 1767 library features one of the few preserved original German spinets; a beautiful sounding instrument by Johann Heinrich Silbermann. The instrument was built in Strasbourg in 1767 and features a  bell-like treble response with clear impulse response and a full-bodied sound. It was recorded at the Germanische Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.

$99.95 *
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