The Hubert Clavichord Data Book


About this Book
Biographical Note on Christian Gottlob Hubert
Introduction to the Instruments
   List of Surviving Clavichords
   General Characteristics
   Decay & Damage
About the research
   About Measuring
   Restrictions on the Research
About the Descriptions
   Outline of the Description Model
   About TermÍnology
   Clavichord Terminology
A Guide to the Description Model

[The B numbers are the reference numbers of the instruments as given in D. H. Boalch,
Makers of the Harpsichord and Clavichord 1440–1840, third edition, ed. Charles
Mould, Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 400–405]

1756 C–f3  D-Bayreuth  B 1756(1)
1756 C–f3  F-Strasbourg  B 1756(2)
1763 C–f3  D-Nürnberg  B 1763
1771 FF–f3  D-Nürnberg  B 1771(A)
1772? FF–f3  D-Bad Krozingen  B 1772
177? FF–a3  D-Leipzig  B 1775(A)
1776 C–f3  formerly D-Berlin  B 1776
1781? C–g3  D-Heidelberg  “1781(A)” [not in Boalch]
1782? C–g3  USA-New York  B 1782(2)
1782 C–g3  CH-Basel  B 1782(3)
1782 C–g3  D-München  B 1782(4)
1783 C–g3  GB-Liverpool  B 1783
1784 C–g3  D-HaIIe  B 1784(1)
1784 C–g3  D-Berlin  B 1784(2)
1784 C–g3  D-Weißenburg  B 1784(3)
1784 C–f3  GB-Edinburgh  B 1784(4)
1787 AA–f3  D-Leipzig  B 1787(1)
1787 AA–f3  D-Nürnberg  B 1787(2)
1789? C–g3  D-Nürnberg  B 1789

About the Tables
Features Table
Dimensions Table
Table of Materials
Decay, Damage & Restoration Table
Reference Table
Addresses of the Collections

Calculations, a few examples
A first conclusion on grouping

Restoration Report of B 1772, Bad Krozingen