Robertson Harpsichords
Harpsichord Maker ~ Harpsichord Painter ~ Soundboard Painter ~ Artist ~ Craftsman ~ Teddy Robertson
Clavicytherium (upright harpsichord) circa 1480s Germany Clavicytherium strung entirely in natural gut. Detail of Painting by Ted Robertson Detail of Clavicytherium
Clavicytherium (upright harpsichord) circa 1480s Germany Clavicytherium strung entirely in natural gut. Detail of Painting by Ted Robertson Detail of Clavicytherium
Detail of Clavicytherium Clavicytherium after the instrument found in the Royal College of Music, London Detail of Painting by Ted Robertson Detail of Clavicytherium
Detail of Clavicytherium Clavicytherium after the instrument found in the Royal College of Music, London Detail of Painting by Ted Robertson Detail of Clavicytherium
Clavicytherium after the instrument found in the Royal College of Music, London Clavicytherium - shown here is  a narrower version that has a smaller keyboard which facilitates it to be played with one hand.   This version instrument can be held with the other hand and supported on the player's knee. Detail of Clavicytherium A Clavicytherium during its creation.
Clavicytherium after the instrument found in the Royal College of Music, London Clavicytherium - shown here is a narrower version that has a smaller keyboard which facilitates it to be played with one hand. This version instrument can be held with the other hand and supported on the player's knee. Detail of Clavicytherium A Clavicytherium during its creation.
A clavicytherium key removed. Clavicytherium keyboard. Clavicytherium rose. Clavicytherium rose.
A clavicytherium key removed. Clavicytherium keyboard. Clavicytherium rose. Clavicytherium rose.
Clavicytherium rose.
Clavicytherium rose.