The instrument found in Tannheim (Tyrol) in 2011 was heavily worn and damaged by previous storage in a shed and some DIY repair attempts. It was documented in photographs and CAD drawings unaltered in our institute.
Based on these data this instrument of great importance for 18th c. piano history was reconstructed in playable condition, without any interfering with the original instrument. This reconstruction was made by our "Spath team" (Magdalena Balk, Marlis Dörhöfer, Helmut Balk) within 24 months and gave a multitude of new organological informations.
Details of reconstruction:
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