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Harpsichords

We offer wide range of single and double manual harpsichords after historical models, built according to traditional methods.
Dedicated craftsmanship ensures that they attain the highest levels of quality. All parts are hand-finished, and the precision with which the mechanical parts are made ensures a sensitive touch. This allows the player to make the fullest use of the deep sonority, a trademark of all
our instruments.

  17th After Andreas Ruckers, Antwerp, 1640
Single manual, C/E-c3, 8'4' and divided lute (C-f1, f#1-c3)
Anonymous Dutch, 17th century – Ballet Bronckhorst and Rosemont
Playing: Ursula Dütschler



 
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After Johannes Couchet, Antwerp, 1652
Single manual, GG/BB – c3 (with split sharps for C# and D#), 8'8' with three registers and lute

 

John Bull – Salvator Mundi
Private recording

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After Couchet, Antwerp, 1652, petit ravalement
Single manual, GG-d3, 8'8'4' and lute

 

 

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After Giovanni Batista Giusti, Lucca, 1681
Single manual, GG-d3, 8'8'

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Wie unglücklich bin ich nit, KV 147
Playing: Hans Jörg Mammel and Arthur Schoonderwoerd

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After Carl Conrad Fleischer, Hamburg 1716
Single manual, GG-d3, 8'8'4' and lute

 

Johann Sebastian Bach – Sinfonia in B flat major
Private recording

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After North German models of the 18th century
Double manual, FF-f3, 8'8'4' and lute, shove coupler

 

Johann Sebastian Bach – Allemande from French Suite No. 2 in C minor, BWV 813
Private recording

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After Johann Heinrich Gräbner, Dresden, 1774
Double manual, FF-f3, 8'8'4' and lute, shove coupler

 

Johann Sebastian Bach – Contrapunctus 4 (Art of Fugue, BWV 1080)
Playing: Menno van Delft

In the picture: the original instrument by J.H. Gräbner, 1774
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After Johannes Ruckers, Antwerp, 1624, petit ravalement
Double manual, GG-e3, 8'8'4' and lute, shove coupler

 

Matthias Weckman – Toccata in E minor
Playing: Gustav Leonhardt

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After Ruckers, Antwerp, grand ravalement
Double manual, FF-f3, 8'8'4' and lute, shove coupler

 

 

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After Henri Hemsch, Paris, 1756
Double manual, FF-f3, 8'8'4' and lute, shove coupler

François Couperin – Les vendangeuses
Playing: Bart Naessens

 

In the picture: an original instrument by Henri Hemsch, 1755/56