David Sutherland on building harpsichords and early keyboards

Interesting story

…When he was a teenager, he’d visited the shop of one of the better harpsichord makers in the world. His name was John Challis. He worked in Ypsilanti and later Detroit. Sutherland was hooked. He wanted to build harpsichords. His parents persuaded him that going to college made more sense…

Continue reading & listening here: http://www.michiganradio.org/post/artisans-michigan-building-harpsichords-and-pianos-more-four-decades


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