J. A. Specken – Stockholm 1748

Philip Jacob Specken was a pupil of Gottfried Silbermann, the famous German organ maker. Upon the end of his apprenticeship, he moved to Sweden. He opened his workshop in Stockholm, fostering and teaching a thriving harpsichord-making group of pupils, many of which are well-known. His instruments are built “in the German style”, with very robust and heavy cases that nevertheless have a great, deep sound. 

Our copies are inspired by the original in the Museum of Musical Instruments in Stockholm.

 

LENGHT

240 cm

COMPASS FF-f3
DISPOSITION

2 x 8’ + 1 x 4’ + lute

 

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