Music in Landrum

Published 10:00 pm Thursday, June 5, 2014

Music in Landrum and Freeburg Pianos present an extraordinary free performance on June 15 at 3 p.m. at Landrum Presbyterian Church.
Freeburgh Pianos has teamed up with Daniel Angerstein. Angerstein resides in Hendersonville and does pipe organ building, rebuilding, voicing and tonal design and consultation.
He has donated the use of his harpsichord for this premier performance in Landrum. The harpsichord was built by luthier Peter Tkach in 1992.
052814-MusicInLandrum_M061214It is fashioned after the historic French Double harpsichords and features Art Deco touches to the case. The lower manual is disposed with an 8’ and a 4’ choir. The lower 8’ also has a separate stop with leather plectra and it also has a buff stop.
The upper manual is disposed with an 8’ Nazard choir. Master technician, Keith Freeburg will tune it to a well-tempered scale of Bach’s time. He will tune the two Perzina Grand Pianos to the Equal Beating Victorian Temperament which favors the top half of the Circle of Fifths bringing out the various tone colors in the different keys.
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by Whitney Blake

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