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The collection also features reproductions of the fortepianos of the likes of Mozart and Beethoven, a William Dowd harpsichord, and a Dolmetsch clavichord once played by virtuoso Gustav Leonhardt. Other highlights include Baroque viols, French 19th-century clarinets, a carved walnut Serpent D'Eglise, and a Pardessus de Viole created in the French city of Metz in 1730. Viola (baroque setup) by Wong Zhi Ming (Lu Mi Chinese violin manufacturer), Chinese, 2003. Viola da gamba (bass) by Dominik Zuchowicz, Canadian, 1985. Gift of Emil Lehmann from the estate of his wife Jennifer W. Viola da gamba (treble) perhaps by Max Wunderlich, German, 1933.
Inquiries concerning donations of musical instruments and related objects will be considered according to the University's accession policies and current program of acquisition. Access to the room is open to students in performance practice seminars, coachings of the Blodgett program during residencies, individual students with the consent of a faculty member, and upon application to the Department Administrator, subject to availability Instruments that may be borrowed by eligible students are: Bowed String Instruments The Harvard University Collection of Instruments began with the donation of the Isham viols in 1949. Printed label: Eugen Sprenger /Lauten- und Geigenmacher in Frankfurt M./ Made In Germany 1952.
However, the increasing rarity and value of the old instruments in the collection has required that a large portion of the collection be cared for as historic pieces and not often performed upon, and the Collection is currently divided into two parts: a museum collection and a circulating collection.
In recent years, the lending collection of modern copies of baroque instruments has substantially increased, and early music performance is now flourishing at Harvard.
The Collection is currently divided into two parts: a museum collection and a circulating collection.
In recent years, the lending collection of modern copies of baroque instruments has substantially increased, and early music performance is now flourishing at Harvard. Warwick, class of 1945, given to the Music Department in honor of his 50th reunion, December 23, 1994. Violoncello (baroque setup), anonymous English, c.1800.