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Dick Verwolf

Clavichord G. Silbermann

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Freiberg (1730), C - e '''


This clavichord plays and sounds very delicate. This instrument is very suitable to play works from the time of J.S. Bach.

€  9800, -

 

€  4600, -

Clavichord 17th century

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C - c '''  of CDE - c'''

 

This clavichord is a copy of an instrument from the second half of the 17th century.

It is diatonic free.

€  29.800, -

Pedal clavichord Gerstenberg,

18th Century

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pedal: CC - d

manual keyboard: C - e'''

 

Besides the organ this pedal instrument was the favorite of J.S. Bach. It has its origin in the Silbermann tradition. It sounds very monumental.

€  3400, -

Clavichord Medieval,

15th Century

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B - f''

 

This relatively simple clavichord shows very well the 15th century idiom. It also gives insight into how this instrument was used.

€  10.900, -

Clavichord Friederici

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Gera (1765)

FF - f'''

 

This instrument has the features of the Baroque and Rococo.

This clavichord is characterized by the wide sonorous bass and rich soprano. It is very suitable to play the works of the sons of Bach and their contemporaries.

€  19.000, -

Pedal clavichord,

17th century

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pedal: C - d

manual keyboard: C - c'''

 

This pedal instrument is a reconstruction. It is suitable to play the entire organ repertoire from the first organ piece to JS Bach.

€  2900, -

Clavichord after Stein,

ca. 1750

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C - d'''

 

This simplified and good sounding clavichord is affordable for everyone, is easy to tune in any temperament and hardly requires any maintenance.

 

 

€  4900, -

Clavichord Gemeentemuseum

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Southern Germany (1725)

C - e ''' Diatonic free

 

The original instrument of this copy is part of the collection of the Municipal Museum in The Hague. The instrument is popular because of the large key size but also the limited dimensions.

 

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Clavichord G. Silbermann

Freiberg (1730), C - e '''


This clavichord plays and sounds very delicate. This instrument is very suitable to play works from the time of J.S. Bach.

Clavichord 17th century

C - c '''  of CDE - c'''

 

This clavichord is a copy of an instrument from the second half of the 17th century.

It is diatonic free.

Pedal clavichord Gerstenberg

18th century

pedal: CC - d

manual keyboard: C - e'''

 

Besides the organ this pedal instrument was the favorite of J.S. Bach. It has its origin in the Silbermann tradition. It sounds very monumental.

Clavichord Medieval

15th century

 

B - f''

 

This relatively simple clavichord shows very well the 15th century idiom. It also gives insight into how this instrument was used.

Clavichord Friederici

Gera (1765)

FF - f'''

 

This instrument has the features of the Baroque and Rococo.

This clavichord is characterized by the wide sonorous bass and rich soprano. It is very suitable to play the works of the sons of Bach and their contemporaries.

Pedaalclavichord, 17th century

pedal: CC- d

mavnual keyboard: C - c'''

 

This pedal instrument is a reconstruction. It is suitable to play the entire organ repertoire from the first organ piece to JS Bach.

Clavichord (after) Stein

± 1750

C - d'''

 

This simplified and good sounding clavichord is affordable for everyone, is easy to tune in any temperament and hardly requires any maintenance.

 

Clavichord Gemeentemuseum

Southern Germany (1725)

C - e ''' Diatonic free

 

The original instrument of this copy is part of the collection of the Municipal Museum in The Hague. The instrument is popular because of the large key size but also the limited dimensions.

 

Clavichord G. Silbermann

Clavichord 17th century

Pedal clavichord Gerstenberg

Clavichord Medieval

Clavichord Friederici

Pedal clavichord 17th century

Clavichord Gemeentemuseum

Clavichord (after) Stein