This English virginal by Thomas Bolton of Cheshire has a compass of GG/BB-f3 (with a short octave, something that was unusual for English virginals). The inside of the lid is decorated with a waterside country scene. This instrument is referred to in Edward L Kottick's "A History of the Harpsichord".
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- Hornbostel-Sachs classification:314.122-6-8 True board zithers with resonator box (box zither) sounded by plectrum, with keyboard
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- Hornbostel-Sachs category:314.122-6-8 True board zithers with resonator box (box zither) sounded by plectrum, with keyboard
- Repository:Warrington Museum