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Based on a harpsichord signed "Johann Heinrich Gräbner der Jûngere, Dresden 1774", and conserved in the Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Karl-Marx-Universität of Leipzig, this instrument has remarkable properties. Its sound is full and powerful. Its timbre recalls that of harpsichords of Ruckers family, with some added italian coloration. An excellent instrument for the music of J.S. Bach, his contemporaries, and his successors.


-1 keyboard: 2 x 8', buff stop
-2 keyboards: 2 x 8', 1 x 4', buff stop
-range: FF - f''' (61 notes)
-keys: bone and ebony
-transposition: A 415 - 440
-stand: Louis XV style table stand (6 legs)
-transposition: A 415 - 440 









After Mietke.....
   
    -2 keyboard: 2 x 8', 1 x 4', jeu de luth
    -range: FF (sans FF#) - e''' (59 notes)
    -keys: bone and ebony
    -stand: 8 turned legs with belts
    -transposition: A 415 - 440


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