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 louvet


 

 

J. Louvet

Single action pedal harp with crochet mechanism, built by J.Louvet in Paris in the year 1770. In 2005 fully restored by Beat Wolf .

compass: from Bes1 to g3

diapason a1 = 415 Hz, equally tempered

 

restoration report

 

 

 

© Heyninck Peter

   

Erard 1224

 

 

Erard , London N° 1224

Single action pedal harp with fourchette mechanisme built by Sebastien Erard in London in the year 1809. In 2006 restored by Beat Wolf .

compass: from Es1 to re d4

diapason a1 = 415 Hz or a1 = 430 Hz, 8' temperament

 

 restoration report

   

 

 

© Heyninck Peter

Erard 1128


 

 

 

Erard, Paris N° 1128

Single action pedal harp with fourchette mechanism, built by Sébastien and Pierre Erard in Paris in the year 1829.

compass: from F1 to d4

diapason a1 =415 Hz or a1 = 430 Hz, equally tempered.

 

 

 

© Heyninck Peter

 

Erard 4263

 

 

 

Erard, Paris N° 4263

Double action pedal harp with fourchette mechanism, built by the house Erard in Paris around 1890

compass: from C1 to g4

diapason a1 =440 Hz , equally tempered

 

 geschiedenis

 

 

 

© Heyninck Peter

  

Thurau


  

   

Rainer Thurau, Wiesbaden 2005 n°2

Tripelharp built by Rainer Thurau in Wiesbaden (Germany) in the year 2005, as second instrument in a row of 16.

compass: from G1 to e4

diapason: a1 = 415, 430, 440 Hz

wood: beech and maple

hight: 1,75 m (68 inches)

weight: 12,5 kg (27,5 pound) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


 

 

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