Fretted Clavichord after Johann Andreas Stein 1762 (Mozarts Reiseclavier)

The first European tour of the young Wolfgang Amadé Mozart made him suddenly famous. He was accompanied by his Stein clavichord, which his prudent father had bought for him in advance in Augsburg. It was certainly an ideal travel companion for the young composer. Fretted, so it could be tuned quickly, and the range was large enough not to slow down his bubbling imagination.