John Morley 5 Octave Spinet Mahogany c1959
John Morley 5 octave spinet in mahogany finish with decorative hinges on trestle stand with wooden jacks and delrin plectra with knee buff made in c1959 secondhand (B)
No.175 c1959 secondhand
Compass : 5 octave G-G
Made in London, England
The English bentside spinet or wing spinet became the domestic harpsichord of the late 17th century and through the 18th century with the longest side being less than 2 meters and almost parallel to the keyboard which would protrude from the longside no more than 74cm.
Suitable for music from William Byrd to J S Bach and beyond
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Rent this spinet on our home rental scheme for only £100.00 per month with an initial payment of £500.00 before delivery to a ground floor location in London (this includes delivery, collection, first months rental and setup/admin charge). Value on rental agreement £6,200.00. Terms and conditions apply, please ask for full details.
188.00cm wide 84.50cm high 74.00cm deep
(74.02 inches wide 33.27 inches high 29.13 inches deep)