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    German Baroque period harpsichords

    OK I know it's not exactly "organised" but Bach owned one or two for practice, and many of the organ builders of the time also built harpsichords..

    http://www.baroquemusic.org/bargerhpschd.html







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    Also the Lute Harpsichord, or for instruments with an extra bass octave a Theorbo-Harpsichord.

    http://www.baroquemusic.org/barluthp.html
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