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I just managed to get this double-fretted clavichord finished by the end of 2007. The casework and stand are made in English cherry with an oiled finish. It has just over 4 octaves (from C to e”’) and is a copy of an instrument by an anonymous maker built around 1740 and preserved in the Gemeentemuseum in the Hague.


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One Comment

  1. Wow Christopher! What an amazing instrument you have created. I have enjoyed watching the process and am in awe. Thank-you for sharing your work with us.

    Warmest wishes,

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