An exceptionally rare fortepiano by Charles Lemme. Lemme originally worked in Braunschweig before moving to Paris, where he worked with Pleyel for a short time. The workmanship of his instruments is renown. A number of square pianos by Lemme still survive, but this is the only grand we have ever seen, and it is a […]
David Winston copy of Viennese fortepiano by Joseph Brodmann, Vienna, ca. 1823.
Fortepiano after the ca. 1798 Rosenberger fortepiano in the Finchcocks Collection.
A copy of a Viennese fortepiano by David Winston, 2008 after Maxmillian Schott, Vienna, ca. 1830. Veneered in rare Hungarian Ash, four pedals. 6 1/2 octaves. Now in the Royal College of Music, London