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Newly-purchased Flemish Double
Zuckermann staff harpsichordist Elena Zamolodchikva performs a prelude by Louis Couperin at the at the Middlesex School inaugural harpsichord concert. The newly purchased Flemish-double harpsichord was made by Zuckermann Harpsichords International in the Stonington, CT shop and decorated (waves) by Middlesex School artist Meg Alexander. The concert took place in May 2018 at the newly completed Rachel Carlson Music and Campus Center in Concord, MA.
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Zuckermann on National Public Radio
Boston Early Music Festival - 2013
Zuckermann Harpsichords International exhibited at the BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL: JUNE 9-16, 2013. The exhibition featured many early keyboard instruments including our Italian harpsichord after Grimaldi, the newly designed French double manual harpsichord Blanchet/Taskin schools, antique pianos, clavichords, and room concerts.
Italian Harpsichord after Grimaldi ... these long and slender harpsichords, with no embellishment other than their graceful shape and complex architectural moldings, are among the most handsome and eloquent examples of Italian harpsichord building that have come down to us. This splendid instrument, with its beautifully vocal treble and powerful bass, was used for several new recordings on the Musica Omnia label. [Continued]
Edward Kottick selected for an award