Zuckermann Unfretted Clavichord
Eighteenth-century central German
Large clavichords of this type arrived late in the baroque era. Designed after eighteenth-century Central German models, this imposing interpretation of the large, late, five-octave clavichord (61 notes FF - f''') is capable of rendering both the clavichord and pianistic repertory of the classical period.
Our clavichord features an oiled and waxed case of solid American cherry with fine moldings and paneled lid. The soundboard is quartered spruce; the bridge is carved from beech; and the keyboard has backwood naturals and bone-slipped sharps with decorative carving of the keytails. An elegantly turned and fluted table stand is provided.