This ancient keyboard instrument produces the sound of pinched strings through an interesting mechanism inside. With a unique timbre, the harpsichord produces always the same intensity of sound, whether you use more or less pressure on the keys. The art of playing harpsichord resides on other expressive techniques which you may find here:
Just like the piano, the harpsichord music sheets have a treble clef for the right hand and the bass clef for the left hand, which are read simultaneously (as the hands too play simultaneously).
At the Cascais Music School you can learn to play the harpsichord! Learn more here!