Back in the days when Lutz Bungart was part of a Seattle shop,
another of those involved made one of his "English" harpsichords
for an outlying college. These things were long, 63 notes, with
both peau _and_ cut-thru, a sort of machine coupler which took itself
apart on removing the keys and I could never get back together, and
other such like.
The college sent it back from delivery with a demand that the maker
remove his "advertising" from the cheek. As Wolfgang (or somebody)
wrote, "the quality of the instrument is often inversely proportional
to the size of the name on the nameboard."
This mailbox is one of several to which mail is shunted when I'm
away from the Seattle computer.
No matter how the address above may read, the proper reply address
is <[log in to unmask]> dc