Creating glassmaking moulds for glass-blowing as well as more functional types for musical games.
Creation of sets of polished tubes with arrangement for chord reversal. The contemporary production of glass tubes (borosilicate) allows their potential to be exploited: a fresh response to the problems posed by glass sets (History of musical glass)
For the National Technical Museum (Paris, 1995), restoration of a glass slide piano made by Beyer, dedicated and offered to Benjamin Franklin in 1785 (the Glasschord): Reconstruction of the glass slides, in keeping with the original period.
Restoration of glass bells for clocks.
Production of glass tambourines and flutes.
Reconstruction of an Orphica.
Research into the animocorde.
Pyrophorus: history, models and repertoire. Adjustment: gaseous mixtures and dilation phenomena.
History and musical repertoire
Scientific and curiosity cabinets from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, and in particular, an understanding of acoustic phenomena and popularisation of acoustics.
Updating unpublished scores and manuscripts.
Research into technical and literary writing about instruments and their use.
History of glassmaking and working techniques
Research into the archives of glassmaking companies.
Active testing of various glassmaking materials and techniques for glassmaking.
Works on, and with, magic lanterns and various other optical show processes.