Welcome to J.C. NEUPERT

Manufacture of historical keyboard instruments



History / Portrait

After having finished his apprenticeship, among others with Johann Baptist Streicher in Vienna, Johann Christoph Neupert established his own workshop in 1868 in Münchberg to manufacture pianos. Starting from very modest beginnings NEUPERT instruments very quickly gained a good reputation so that it became necessary to move to Bamberg in 1874, a more accessible and larger city.



NEUPERT harpsichord "Antunes"

single manual harpsichord, copy after J.J. Antunes (Lisbon 1758)
keyboard compass: 4 3/4 octaves (A1-f3)
81', 82', lute to 82'
wooden jacks, Delrin plectra







NEUPERT harpsichord "Blanchet"

single manual harpsichord, historical construction
keyboard compass: 4 5/6 octaves (G1-e3)
81', 82', lute to 82'
wooden jacks, Delrin plectra



NEUPERT harpsichord "Hemsch"

double manual harpsichord, copy
keyboard compass: 5 octaves (F1-f3)
81', 4', 82', lute to 82'
wooden jacks, Delrin plectra



NEUPERT harpsichord "Ruckers"

double manual harpsichord, copy after A.Ruckers, Antwerpen 1637
keyboard compass: 4 3/4 octaves (A1-f3)
81', 4', 82', lute to 82'
wooden jacks, Delrin plectra