Making of my instruments is based on the classical tradition

This means that, even if inspired by the national schools of harpsichord making or by single makers of the past, my instruments, generally,  are not close copies of any historical instrument. 

Anyway, my wiews on remaking instruments is inscribed within the rules of this craft as we know reading the old treatises,  examining the survived instruments of the past and studing the tradition of this art between XVI and XVIII centuries. 


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Italian Harpsichords 

Except the  "Barberini and  O.Guarracino 1651"  theese harpsichords are false inner-outer instruments veneered inside with cypress 3 mm thick and cypress mouldings.

Soundboards are made in spruce as also the case sides and bottomboard. The outside of the case is finished in tempera and wax.

The instruments are all transposable except the short octave and broken keyed instruments.

Keyboards are normally covered with boxwood and ebony.

The prices includes parchement roses if present in the original copied.

It is possible to have a landscape in the lids starting from 2.200,--





German Harpsichords

Single and double manual versions based on a Harpsichord made by Michael Mietke in Berlin around the first years of XVIII cen.

The stand is in walnut  with six turned legs. The case is veneered in walnut and the outside of the instrument is decorated in tempera and wax.

Soundboard in spruce.

Keyboard in ebony and bone.

The clavichord is based on a fretted model made by Hubert (1784)  now in Edinburgh.





French and Flemish instruments:


Different kind of instruments from the XVII cen French and Flemish tradition.


The Flemish instruments are decorated with paper inside and false marble outside.


They are all provided of traditional stand.







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