Hohner Claviola

 
 

Hohner is a musical instrument manufacturer with a reputation for innovative design and invention. The company was founded in Germany by Matthias Hohner in 1857, who began making harmonicas with his wife and one other employee. During the 1950s the Hohner company added a newly invented instrument they named ‘melodica’ to their catalogue. The melodica was a success, and was soon copied by several other companies around the world.

The claviola was invented by Hohner technician and designer Ernst Zacharias, inventor of the pianet and the clavinet. It was put on the market in 1996, and discontinued after only a few months.

Make: Hohner
Model name: Claviola
Reed type: Single reed plates
Dimensions: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Keys: 30
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Pro
Features: Single reed plates, pipes
Year of manufacture: 1996 Now discontinued

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