Click for a larger image The 1707 Dumont is the earliest five octave Parisian harpsichord. Its clear and articulate voice is especially well suited for the contemporary works of Rameau, François Couperin, Elizabeth Jacquet de la Guerre and others.

Instruments at the lower pitch can be built as triple transposers (a¹=392, 415, or 440) with the original compass of FF-e³.

Range: FF-f³, transposing keyboard (a¹=415 and 440, or a¹=392 and 415 transposition). Instruments at the lower pitch can be built as triple transposers (a¹=392, 415, or 440) with the original compass of FF-e³.
Disposition:
Lower manual: 1x8', 1x4'
Upper manual: 1x8', buff, shove coupler
Dimensions: 7' 9½" x 3' 1" (237 x 94 cm)