This is the most recent travel-clavichord, made by me in 2016. I re-designed it to include
two extra notes: e♭³ and e³. The case material is English oak; the natural keys are boxwood
and the accidentals are made of pear covered with slips of ebony. The instrument is shown
in use at its home; lets hope no-one wants to get at the books!
This travel-clavichord, with a case of brown-stained oak, was made in 2003. It has
a reverse keyboard, with naturals of ebony and sharps capped with slips of white cattle bone.
This one, in cedar, was made in 1999