A homepage for a Freeware Application for Analysis of Clavichords and keyboard music (free to download ) perfomed by Mikko Korhonen on clavichord, harpsichord and organ. HansErik Svensson
Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (former Musikmuseet)
A Museum with ca 400 keyboard instruments which can be found on the web page with pictures and many also with sound.
A database with more than 45000 images, 1800 audio files and 300 video clips. There are 11 European museums contributing and one of them is Swedish Museum of Performing Arts.
A large collection of mostly Swedish keyboard instruments.
The Museum houses a collection of approximately 550 old instruments, of which 75 are keyboard instruments, such as harpsichords, clavichords, pianos and organs dating from the 16th century up to the 1940’s.
A society for everyone interested in Swedish built keyboard instruments and Swedish keyboard music during centuries.
Every other year an international symposium is being held in the in the wonderful mountain village Magnano in the north of Italy. Performers, scholars and builderscome together to exchange ideas and experiences. Interesting lectures and lovely concerts are being held during 5 Days.
(in swedish only)
Kenneth Sparr’s homepage with articles about swedish lutes, guitars and early keyboard instruments.