> > At the (in-)famous Spivey Hpschd-Building competition a few years back,
> > Martin Skowroneck was heard to say that his Italian (mine) and his
> > Zell-copy (the next instrument he made after mine) were the best at
> > the meeting, in spite of not being in the competition.
> Interesting to hear mention of Martin Skowroneck. I haven't heard
> anything about him for years. Is he still working? Anywone know
> what sort of instruments he's making these days?
At that Spivey competition another contestant and I had the surprising
privilege of going out for dinner with Martin Skowroneck, Keith Hill, and
David Jencks. Keith and Martin got into a detailed discussion of
clavichords that evening, along with the expected conversation of everyone
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