Antique Early Keyboard Instruments
Antique Early Keyboard Instruments will include square pianos, fortepianos, harpsichords, spinets, clavichords, grand pianos and upright pianos over a hundred years old. The compass will vary dependent on the individual instrument from 4 octaves to 7 octaves (85 notes). Some instruments being lightly and conservatively restored and others will involve more major repairs and renovations.
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George Garcka square piano in mahgoany with inlaid case, satinwood inlaid nameboard with inlaid "Adam" swags, highly original "French" stand c1783-1792 interesting example of pedal registration with buff, damper lift and swell.
F to F 5 octave.
Tuned to A=415Hz Baroque - not suitable for modern pitch.