Harpsichord after Albert Delin of the mid-18thcentury

Even in the middle of the 18th century, Albert Delin stubbornly adheres to the traditional construction method of the Ruckers. He does not copy the Ruckers instruments, but much is reminiscent of them. For example, there are no stop levers; the stops have to be operated from the outside of the case. The register path is limited by two tuning pins stuck in a register bridge. All quite archaic. However, he abandons the four-foot Ruckers and prefers to make instruments with two eight-footers, and he also moderately expands the range.