If a harpsichord, virginal or a clavichord is what you are looking for, then you have found the right place.
Here you will find early keyboard instruments for sale or to rent and also spare parts. You can also get support with maintenance and restoration of early keyboard instruments. If you would like to advertise free of charge or to make a request, you are welcome to send an e-mail to email@example.com
Mail can be sent to:
Tidiga klaver 1700
c/o Dan Johansson
SE-133 44 Saltsjöbaden
All instruments for sale are in private ownership (if nothing else is mentioned) and the information showed was obtained from the owners.
German double manual harpsichord made by Matthias Kramer in Hamburg/Berlin 2003 after an instrument by Christian Zell in 1728.
The instrument is also available to rent
Compass: F1 – g3
Disposition: 2 x 8-foot, 1 x 4-foot, buff stop
Virginal (muselaar) by Lars Dücker 1978 after the legendary harpsichord building family Rückers - muselaar from 1612.
Compass C/E – c”’ (short octave)
Dimensions 142 x 48 cm
Height: 23 cm – with stand 100 cm
Suggested price: 50 ...
Grudinska samlingen is the collection of the Swedish "keyboardist" Inger Grudin and consists of around 20 original and copies of historical keyboard instruments.
Pehr Lindholm - SOLD
Gottlieb Rosenau - NOT ALLOWED FOR EXPORT
Carl Fudge, Boston - SOLD
Anders Söderberg - SOLD
1-manual harpsichord by Kurt Sperrhake, Passau/Germany
Compass: C – f3
8′ + 4′
Split lute stop
Dimensions: 86 x 145 cm
The instrument is located in Huddinge
double manual harpsichord by J. C. Neupert, Bamberg/Germany
Compass F2 – f3
Disposition: 16' + 8' + 8' + 4', buff stop 16' + 8'
Dimensions: 236 cm x 105 cm x 97 cm
Double manual harpsichord by Gebr. Ammer in Eisenberg/Thür in Germany.
Compass: F1 - f3
Dimensions: 200 cm x 95 cm
Disposition: 1 x 16', 2 x 8', 1 x 4'
The instrument is located in Upplands Väsby, Sweden.
The seller enclosed the instruments history (swedish ...