Harpsichord Voicing: 1984 Horniblow


Harpsichord voicing, like FortePiano (Early Piano) voicing, is much more closely linked to the instrument’s regulation.

The process and principles of voicing, though, are the same for any instrument: giving form and equally graded variability to each and every note, throughout the range.

Voicing this 1984 Double Manual Harpsichord by John Horniblow was a delight, thanks to his excellent construction. There are 4 stops (2x 8′, 1x 4′, 1x 2′), so many Jacks and Plectra to work through….

A Superb Instrument

A Superb Instrument

 

 

 

Rich Jack Row

Rich Jack Row

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