From 1697 to 1702, Christian Vater worked for Arp Schnitger and kept a book wherein he wrote measurements and important details of Schnitger�s practices. Thus, it is an extremely important resource. In addition to 56 pages of facsimile, the book also transcribes much of the hard-to-read old German handwriting and information in diagrams to modern type (in German only). There is a substantial foreword in English by William Porter and one in German by Paul Peeters of G�teborg. 107 pages

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