Flemish double harpsichord - Cembali William Horn
Flemish Double harpsichord, copy from J. Ruckers, Antwerp 1638
For many people this harpsichord is unsurpassed with respect to timbre, brilliant and transparent, suitable for a wide range of repertoire.
The secret of the Ruckers instruments is in having found the ideal proportions for the soundboard, such that many French harpsichord makers of the 18th century copied these instruments.
In this version the keyboards are extended as required by the baroque repertoire (five octaves).
The register controls, originally located on the flank, can be placed on the front panel, in the French style.
The instrument can be decorated with a marbleized case and Flemish paper inside the case, in the Flemish tradition, or with gilding in the French style.
Dimensions: cm. 231 x 98 x 29
Compass: FF-f3 (61 notes)
Disposition: two keyboards, with shove coupler, 8′8′4′, lute
Pitch: a = 415 Hz, transposable +/- one semitone (440/392 Hz)
Materials: case in lime, soundboard in spruce (from Val di Fiemme), keyboards in spruce covered with ebony and bone (reverse keyboards on request), registers and bridges in beech, jacks in service.
Decoration: one or two-coulors painted case, with marble effect or gilded bands, rose on the soundboard.
* Stand with four turned legs. Lid with lock.
cm 231 x 98 x 28 - Kg 75
Instrument spielen, Cembalobau
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