clavichord

[ klav-i-kawrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF clavichord
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At a later period the clavichord was copied by the Germans and Belgians.

Mishka had opened the clavichord and was strumming on it with one finger.

We remained there the whole day, and I played on the organ and a clavichord.

The clavichord was always built in oblong shape, like our square piano.

This subsequently became the action of the German clavichord.

The pianoforte was directly evolved from the clavichord and the harpsichord.

The clavichord retained the box shape of its prototype, the monochord.

He could play the organ, clavichord, violin, and other stringed instruments.

It was the German clavichord that had 'tangents' of brass at the ends of the key levers.

This method was particularly applicable to the clavichord, one of Bachs favourite instruments.

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