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Pianos from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Upright harp piano, 1843. F. Beale & Co., London, England, United Kingdom. Various materials. Gift of Mrs. Greenfield Sluder, 1944 (44.58)

Pianos from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Upright harp piano, 1843. F. Beale & Co., London, England, United Kingdom. Various materials. Gift of Mrs. Greenfield Sluder, 1944 (44.58)

"American Musical Instruments in The Metropolitan Museum of Art" by Laurence Libin (1985) - out of print, but downloadable from the Met's website

"American Musical Instruments in The Metropolitan Museum of Art" by Laurence Libin (1985) - out of print, but downloadable from the Met's website

Fortepiano |  Conrad Graf  (Austrian, 1782–1851).  Date:     ca. 1838. Geography:     Vienna, Austria.

Fortepiano | Conrad Graf (Austrian, 1782–1851). Date: ca. 1838. Geography: Vienna, Austria.

1650 Flemish Harpsichord at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "This harpsichord originally had only one keyboard and one set each of unison and octave strings. In the eighteenth century the case was lengthened and a second keyboard and a second set of unison strings were | http://amazingelectronictoys.blogspot.com

1650 Flemish Harpsichord at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "This harpsichord originally had only one keyboard and one set each of unison and octave strings. In the eighteenth century the case was lengthened and a second keyboard and a second set of unison strings were | http://amazingelectronictoys.blogspot.com

Michele Todini's gilded Italian HARPSICHORD, circa 1670. Decorated with a frieze depicting the triumph of Galatea and supported by 3 tritons. Located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

Michele Todini's gilded Italian HARPSICHORD, circa 1670. Decorated with a frieze depicting the triumph of Galatea and supported by 3 tritons. Located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

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