The principal subject of clavichord is taught in the third and fourth year of the bachelor curriculum and offers harpsichordists, organists and pianists the opportunity to focus on the clavichord for two years. All important types of clavichord will be dealt with; from the multiple fretted instruments from the 16th and 17th century to the diatonic free and the large unfretted instruments from the 18th century, including pedal clavichords.

The most important subsidiary subject is basso continuo (including chamber music, accompanying singers and choir, orchestra, theatre and church music). Students who already have ample experience in this field, may also choose an instrumental subsidiary subject, for instance piano, harpsichord or pianoforte.