Jack Peters wrote:
> Fireplaces are harder to find than harpsichords. What better solice from
> a snowbound winter than a clavichord which can still be played when the
> lights go out.
Yes, indeed. Here in the Bay Area of California, they want to make
fireplaces illegal for environmental reasons. Good thing that
harpsichords don't give off greenhouse gases!
(On the other hand, lighting a fire next to a harpsichord or clavichord
isn't REALLY the best idea, is it, if only considering the tuning . . .
JRL (back to HPSCHD-L after a LONG hiatus)