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Harpsichord Martin Bezemer
Eindhoven Holland 1981
This harpsichord has been built in 1981, by Martin Bezemer Eindhoven the Netherlands. It was the 4th instrument he built.
This one-keyboard-instrument contains two 8 foot stops with a lute to the first stop.
You can download the Sygsoft Harpsichord on our order page item 1.
Now available in a totally new version recorded and presented at 24 bit 96 kHz for the price of 19 Euro (excl. shipping) see the order page item 2.
About the builder of this instrument.

Martin Bezemer started building musical instruments in the 60 s of the last century as he was short of money. The very first instrument he built was a harpsichird (spinet) constructed of scrap materials". It functioned all right but did did not sound great. As a result he did have a second go and that worked out better. Unfortunately, both of his first creations did not survive but he did develop a bug for building musical instruments. He built instruments for himself and his family, friends, acquaintances and colleagues and has, in the meantime, built a collection of approximately 30 instruments. These include, spinets, harpsichords with one and two manuals, a chestorgan, a clavicytherium (upright harpsichord) and a street organ. Martin is currently building a cabinet-organ.
Martin is an amateur-builder and he is adamant about not entering the commercial market.
Corrections by John Coenraads®.
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