The Harpsichords are works of art


"Revisiting the equilibrium of an ancient art is an arduous task. The life of the fibers is a sonorous combination that teaches and delights every wise ear. The quality is the respect of a language that is independent of the personal interpretations of man. On keyboards the task of finding harmony with the composition and giving voice to an instrument, which voice possesses. "

 

This brief caption sums up the importance of a musical instrument. The ambitious task of keeping an ancient craft alive, which gives prestige to Italy; sometimes conditioned by an economy that does not value character and authenticity. A significant number of masters, scholars, passionate harpsichordists of international culture; experts in evaluating the materials used for the construction of these instruments, appreciate Italian craftsmanship with great interest. It is our desire to recognize in Cembali Frezzato & Di Mattia the will to translate the study and the knowledge into timbric and structural stability. Building not only according to tradition, but with the desire to instill in them our emotional imprint.

Each component of the instrument is made by us. This choice makes us deeply proud.

Wiener Concert Verein

                         M° Roberto Loreggian

      M° Roberto Loreggian e M° Federico Guglielmo

M° Manuel Tomadin
Cembali Frezzato & Di Mattia

We are waiting for you at the MA FESTIVAL Bruges from 4 to 7 August 2018

THE SOUND OF OUR HARPSICHORD - BACH

THE SOUND OF OUR HARPSICHORD - BACH - Cembali Frezzato & Di Mattia

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Edition Brilliant Classics. The harpsichord used is a Frezzato & Di Mattia copy of J. Ruckers "grand revalement" Antwerp 1612 .

THE SOUND OF OUR HARPSICHORD -HANDEL

THE SOUND OF OUR HARPSICHORD -HANDEL - Cembali Frezzato & Di Mattia

Complete Harpsichord Music Edition Brilliant Classics - The instruments used are: A copy of J. Ruckers harpsichord Flemish two manuals and two cymbals U.K. Righteous Italian school.

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