- Spinet (Harpsichord)
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: New Grove, 2nd ed. WWW site, Aug. 13, 2002 (Harpsichord: a stringed keyboard instrument, classified by Hornbostel and Sachs as a box zither; distinguished from the clavichord and the piano by the fact that its strings are plucked rather than struck, and characterized by an elongated wing shape like that of a grand piano; also used as a generic term to include not only the wing-shaped instrument but also other forms such as the clavicytherium, spinet, and virginal)
- found: New Grove Dict. of Musical Instruments (Harpsichord (Dutch: klavecimbel; Fr.: clavecin; Ger.: Cembalo, Flūgel, Kielflūgel; It.: cembalo, clavicembalo; Lat., clavicymbalum; Port.: cravo; Sp.: clavicordio))
- 2003-01-31: new
- 2003-04-15: revised
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