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Discover the Majestic Sound of the German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT


If you are looking for a rare and authentic harpsichord sound, you will love the German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT. This sample library features a stunning instrument built by Christian Zell in 1741, one of the most renowned harpsichord makers of his time. The instrument has a rich and warm tone, with beautiful upper mid harmonics and a majestic texture that is unlike any other harpsichord.


The German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT is based on a meticulous sampling process that captured every nuance and detail of the original instrument. The library includes six sounds sampled separately: the front and rear 8' stops, both together, the 4', Lautenzug and the tutti combination. Each sound has up to eight variations per note, ensuring a natural and lively performance. The library also includes the key release sounds, which add realism and depth to the harpsichord sound.


The German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT is compatible with Kontaktâ/HAlionâ/EXS24â GigaStudio3â formats, and offers a choice of different samplerates and tunings. You can enjoy the authentic sound of this antique instrument in its original Bach-Kellner tuning at 399 Hz, or use presets at 440 Hz for modern compatibility. The library also comes with mp3 demos that showcase the beauty and versatility of the harpsichord sound.


The German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT is a rare opportunity to own a piece of musical history. The instrument resides at the Organeum in Northern Germany, where it is in excellent playable condition. The library preserves the original character and charm of this instrument, which has been played by famous composers such as Bach, Graun and Tischer. Whether you are a fan of baroque music, or you want to add some unique flavor to your compositions, you will find the German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT to be an invaluable resource.


Don't miss this chance to get your hands on this amazing sample library. Order now and get ready to experience the majestic sound of the German Harpsichord 1741 Edition Organeum MULTiFORMAT.


The harpsichord reached its peak of popularity and development in the 17th and 18th centuries, when it became a staple instrument in many musical genres and styles. The harpsichord was especially favored by composers of the Baroque period, such as Bach, Handel, Scarlatti, Couperin and Rameau. The harpsichord was also used as a solo instrument, as well as in chamber music, orchestral music and opera. The harpsichord was admired for its brilliant and expressive sound, its ability to project over other instruments, and its suitability for complex polyphony and ornamentation.


The harpsichord underwent various changes and innovations throughout its history, reflecting different national tastes and preferences. Some of the most important features that distinguished different types of harpsichords were the shape and size of the case, the number and disposition of the keyboards and registers, the tuning system and temperament, the materials and construction of the strings and soundboard, and the decoration and painting of the instrument. Some of the most renowned harpsichord makers were Ruckers in Flanders, Taskin in France, Shudi in England, Zell in Germany, and Cristofori in Italy.


The harpsichord declined in popularity in the late 18th century, as the piano emerged as a more versatile and expressive keyboard instrument. The harpsichord was largely forgotten until the 20th century, when a revival of interest in early music led to a rediscovery of its beauty and charm. Modern harpsichordists play both historical instruments and replicas, as well as new instruments inspired by old models. The harpsichord has also inspired contemporary composers to write new music for it, such as Poulenc, Ligeti, Carter and Nyman. The harpsichord is a fascinating instrument




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