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    Posted 10 years ago

    composer369
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    1985 F. Jacob Kaeser Instrument decorated by myself with art and braids that are antique. Performed with regularly for the last 26 years & still going quite strongly.

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    1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      Stunning. Mad skills, as they say today. OBTW...thanks for that last adverb!!!
      This is an incredible site...

      http://www.harpsichord.com/Gallery/gal_frmset.html
    2. composer369 composer369, 10 years ago
      I know the Harpsichord Clearing House very very well--Glenn Guitari and his outfit up in Boston. I have been there many times.
    3. F. Jacob Kaeser, 10 years ago
      Hello Carl! The instrument still looks stunning! Catch-up with me at the baroquestring, on facebook...
    4. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      F. Jacob Kaeser, I have been to your facebook page. I have been to your website. Thank you for sharing those.

      I am in awe of your skills. It is easy to admire a Renoir or a Pavarotti concert. Your work, crafsmanship, art, is no less worthy.
    5. composer369 composer369, 10 years ago
      Jake is very very well-known as one of the best master of key and jack construction for harpsichords. No less than Peter Redstone of Williamsburg Virginia speaks only that Jake is the very best !
    6. composer369 composer369, 10 years ago
      My most favorite statement Jake has told me: "I build these instruments and do not consider myself a player---my hands are much too cut up & damaged for that !" This is one of the best reasons I leave the building to masters like him & he leaves the performing to people like myself !
    7. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      It is a privelege to have you both here!

      I am just north of Charlotte. Tell me when your next concert is and I will try to make it.
    8. composer369 composer369, 10 years ago
      I am to do an art opening in Myers Park for Louis Saint Lewis this fall. I also have an old 1974-ish Zuckermann slab-side case that I am giving to Louis to create into an art piece in what-ever style he chooses. That will be quite fun ! Here is the site where I will be performing with about three rooms of L St. L paintings, sculptures & constructions: http://www.allisonsprockfineart.com/
    9. composer369 composer369, 10 years ago
      "Louis St. Lewis' celebrated mixed-media collages are frequently based on the intersection of mythology and religion. Andy Warhol commented that Louis’s work was “like Hieronymus Bosch meets MTV!” With over 30 national and international solo exhibitions to his credit, Louis’s creations are in the collections of such notables as HRH The Prince of Kuwait, Christian LaCroix, André Leon Talley and Oprah Winfrey. His artwork is also found in numerous museum collections, including the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Morris Museum and the Masur Museum. This fall, Louis teams up with Sean Yseult, artist and female bass player of White Zombie fame, for a collaborative show, “Pretty Babies,” at New Orleans’ Canary Gallery." (from the Alison Sprock Site)
    10. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      Thank you
    11. composer369 composer369, 10 years ago
      You also amy care to peruse my blog also. I write a great deal about collecting, art, history, current opinion and etc. : http://views-from-north-cecil.blogspot.com/

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