Double-manual Saxon harpsichord built by Willard Martin in 1998

The design of this harpsichord is based on the instruments built in mid-eighteenth-century Saxony during Bach's lifetime. It is brass strung and has three choirs of strings, 2 x 8', 1 x 4', as well as a buff stop.

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9-rank tracker organ built by J W Walker in Suffolk , England in 1994

Manual I: 8' Chimney Flute, 4' Principal, 2' Octave, II Mixture

Manual II: 8' Stopped Flute, 4' Nason Flute, 2' Flageolet

Pedal: 16' Bourdon, 8' Bass Flute

Double-manual lautenwerk built by Willard Martin in 2000

The unique sound of this instrument is produced by nylon strings, and the design is based on detailed eighteenth-century German descriptions of the lautenwerk.

1906 Steinway, Model B recital grand

This instrument was fully restored in 2000 by Cunningham Piano Company in Philadelphia, experts in the restoration of Steinway pianos.

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