depends on the repertoire i'm playing, but my "go-to's" (with custom fxp setups) include:

1624 Ruckers, a¹ = 392 Hz, Artusi (1603)

1624 Ruckers, a¹ = 392 Hz, 1/5 comma French meantone

1624 Ruckers, a¹ = 403 Hz, Mersenne meantone I (1636)

1624 Ruckers, a¹ = 415 Hz, Kirnberger I (1766)

1697 Grimaldi, a¹ = 395 Hz, Werckmeister III (1681)

1697 Grimaldi, a¹ = 415 Hz, Lehman III (2006)

1697 Grimaldi, a¹ = 422.5 Hz, Handel (1780)

1733 Blanchet, a¹ = 404 Hz, Couperin modified meantone (1690)

1733 Blanchet, a¹ = 407 Hz, Rameau ordinaire (1726)

1779 Neupert, a¹ = 415 Hz, Lehman II (2005)

1790 Schantz, a¹ = 430 Hz, Vallotti (1781)

1790 Schantz, a¹ = 430 Hz, Young II (1799)

1790 Walter, a¹ = 421.6 Hz, Vallotti (1781)

1790 Walter, a¹ = 432 Hz, Vallotti (1781)

1796 Broadwood, a¹ = 422.7 Hz, Young II (1799)

"1803 Erard" (based on the 1796 Broadwood), a¹ = 432 Hz, Young I (1800)

1826 Graf, a¹ = 438 Hz, Bemetzrieder (1808)

1826 Graf, a¹ = 438 Hz, Young (1807)

1835 Pleyel, a¹ = 441 Hz, Jousse quasi-equal (1832)

1835 Pleyel, a¹ = 441 Hz, Broadwood unequal (1832)

1849 Erard, a¹ = 446 Hz, Jousse well (1832)

1849 Erard ("Lucerne"), a¹ = 435 Hz, Neidhardt-Marpurg-de Morgan (1858)

1852 Streicher, a¹ = 452.5 Hz, Neidhardt-Marpurg-de Morgan (1858)

1852 Streicher, a¹ = 452.5 Hz, Hummel quasi-equal 'Viennese' (1829)

"1884 Steinway D-274 (New York)" (based on the Bluethner), a¹ = 457 Hz, Ellis (1875)

"1894 Erard" (based on the 1922 Erard), a¹ = 442.4 Hz, Pyle equal-beating (1906)

1899 Bechstein, a¹ = 440 Hz, EBV

"1900 Bösendorfer" (based on the Bluethner), a¹ = 440 Hz, ET

"1900 Bösendorfer" (based on the Bluethner), a¹ = 440 Hz, Lehman III (2006)

*Last edited by DaveyJones (24-02-2017 03:27)*

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