Harpsichord | references

References

  • Boalch, Donald H. (1995) Makers of the Harpsichord and Clavichord, 1440–1840, 3rd ed., with updates by Andreas H. Roth and Charles Mould, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-318429-X. A catalogue, originating with work by Boalch in the 1950s, of all extant historical instruments.
  • Dearling, Robert (ed.) (1996) The ultimate encyclopedia of musical instruments, London : Carlton, ISBN 1-85868-185-5
  • Hubbard, Frank (1967). Three Centuries of Harpsichord Making (2 ed.). Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-88845-6.  An authoritative survey by a leading builder of how early harpsichords were built and how the harpsichord evolved over time in different national traditions.
  • Kottick, Edward (1987)The Harpsichord Owner's Guide. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Kottick, Edward (2003) A History of the Harpsichord, Indiana University Press, ISBN 0-253-34166-3. An extensive survey by a leading contemporary scholar.
  • The New Grove: Early Keyboard Instruments. Macmillan, 1989 ISBN 0-393-02554-3. (material from here is also available online in Grove Music Online)
  • O'Brien, Grant (1990) Ruckers, a harpsichord and virginal building tradition, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-36565-1. Covers the innovations of the Ruckers family, the founders of the Flemish tradition.
  • Russell, Raymond (1973)The Harpsichord and Clavichord: an introductory study, 2nd ed., London : Faber and Faber, ISBN 0-571-04795-5
  • Skowroneck, Martin (2003) Cembalobau: Erfahrungen und Erkenntnisse aus der Werkstattpraxis = Harpsichord construction: a craftsman's workshop experience and insight, Fachbuchreihe Das Musikinstrument 83, Bergkirchen : Bochinsky, ISBN 3-932275-58-6. A study (written in English and German) of harpsichord building by a leading figure in the modern revival of historically authentic methods of building.
  • Zuckermann, Wolfgang (1969) The Modern Harpsichord: twentieth century instruments and their makers, New York : October House, ISBN 0-8079-0165-2
Other Languages
Alemannisch: Cembalo
العربية: هاربسكورد
asturianu: Clavecín
Bân-lâm-gú: Cembalo
беларуская: Клавесін
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Клявэсын
български: Клавесин
bosanski: Čembalo
brezhoneg: Klav-kerdin
català: Clavicèmbal
Чӑвашла: Клавесин
čeština: Cembalo
dansk: Cembalo
Deutsch: Cembalo
eesti: Klavessiin
Ελληνικά: Τσέμπαλο
español: Clavecín
Esperanto: Klaviceno
euskara: Klabizenbalo
français: Clavecin
furlan: Clavicembal
Gaeilge: Cruitchorda
Gàidhlig: Cruit-chòrda
한국어: 하프시코드
Հայերեն: Կլավեսին
hrvatski: Čembalo
íslenska: Semball
italiano: Clavicembalo
עברית: צ'מבלו
ქართული: კლავესინი
қазақша: Клавесин
Кыргызча: Клавесин
latviešu: Klavesīns
Lëtzebuergesch: Cembalo
lietuvių: Klavesinas
magyar: Csembaló
македонски: Чембало
Nederlands: Klavecimbel
Nedersaksies: Klavecimbel
日本語: チェンバロ
norsk: Cembalo
norsk nynorsk: Cembalo
occitan: Clavecin
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Klavesin
polski: Klawesyn
română: Clavecin
русский: Клавесин
Seeltersk: Cembalo
sicilianu: Clavicìmmalu
Simple English: Harpsichord
slovenčina: Čembalo
slovenščina: Čembalo
српски / srpski: Чембало
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Čembalo
suomi: Cembalo
svenska: Cembalo
Türkçe: Klavsen
українська: Клавесин
Tiếng Việt: Harpsichord
粵語: 古鍵琴
中文: 大鍵琴