From some of the instruments technical drawings are obtainable; they are marked with **. Please send us an e-mail with your request.


Harpsichords

**- Hubert Bédard, Maintenon, 1974. Fac simile of the harpsichord by Andreas Ruckers, Antwerpen, 1644 in the Museum Vleeshuis ,4 oct, including short octave. C-c''' - 8', 4' - Mean-tone. Owner: Jeannine Lambrechts-Douillez.

**- Ioannes Daniel Dulcken, Antwerpen, 1747. 5 oct. - FF-f''' - 8',8',4' - Well-tempered. Restored 1972 by Hubert Bédard, Maintenon; 2003 by Emile Jobin, Boissy-L'Aillerie. Owner: Hogeschool, Antwerpen.

- Matthias Griewisch, Bammental, 2001 - Two-manuals 5 oct. FF/GG-e'''. 8',4',8' Well-tempered. after Michael Mietke, Berlin, s.d, 18th century. Owner: Jos van Immerseel.


Fortepiano

- Christopher Clarke, Cluny, 1989. Fac simile Anton Walter, Wien, 18th century, Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg - 5 oct. + 2. FF-g''' - Kneelever . Owner: Jos van Immerseel.

- Detmar Hungerberg, 2001, Fac simile Johann Fritz, 1814, Goudhurst, Finchcocks collection, 6 oct., 3 pedals, 1 knee lever. Owner: Jos van Immerseel

**- Conrad Graf, Wien, 1826. 61/2 oct - CC-f''', 4 pedals.Restored 1974 by Adlam/Burnett, Goudhurst; 1991 by Christopher Clarke. Owner: Hogeschool Antwerpen.

- Christopher Clarke, Donzy le National, 2000. Facsimile Conrad Graf 1826, museum Vleeshuis, 6 1/2 oct., 4 pedals. Owner: Ruckers Genootschap, Antwerpen.

Following instruments owned by Jos van Immerseel could occasionally be used:
-Concert grand Erard, Paris, 1844.
-Concert grand Erard, Paris, 1876.
-Concert grand Erard, Paris, 1905.
-Concert grand Bechstein, Berlin, 'French action', 1870.