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<2A, C.>2 <1See:>1 ASTON, Cawton. <2A, D.>2 <1See:>1 D, A: <2A, F.>2 Messrs. Hubbard & Dowd, of Boston, Mass., had (1950) a harpsichord bearing upon the top and bottom keys the inscription: <1FA 1677>1. The instrument is Italian in style, of cypress in a red painted case. Compass C/E-C, 4 octaves with short octave; 2 X 8' stops in movable slides. <2A, I.>2 A clavichord in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, bears the initials <1IA>1 on the nameboard. These refer presumably not to the maker but to a previous owner Ignaz Assmayer (1790-1862), Hofkapellmeister, who was a friend of Schubert's. It had belonged earlier to two other Hofkapellmeister: Josef Eybler (1765-1846) and Adalbert Gyrowetz (1763-1850). Presented by the violin maker Gabriel Lembo%ck in 1873. (Ges. d. Musikfreunde nr. 4.) [<1Luith>1, p. 8.] <2A, T.>2 The lowest key on an anonymous spinet which belonged to Raymond Russell bears the initials <1T.A.>1 <2ADAM, Abel,>2 of Turin. Maker of virginals and harpsi- chords . . .
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