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Albert Weber AW228
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Albert Weber AW228 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Albert Weber
Website: Weber
Model: AW228
Made in: Korea
Parent Company: Young Chang Music
Company Location: Korea
List Price: $65,230US
Length: 7' 6"

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History: Established in 1852 by Albert Weber in New York. The company became part of Young Chang in 1986 and in 2006 was purchased by Hyundai Development Company. American designer Del Fandrich has redesigned both Young Chang and Weber lines. Presently Young Chang has divided the line of pianos into three parts: Weber, Weber Sovereign and Albert Weber collections. AW is part of the Albert Weber series built in Korea.

Dimensions: 7'6"x60" or 2m 28cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony

Features: Solid spruce soundboard ~ Renner action ~ German Adolf bass strings ~ Beech pinblock ~ Agraffe construction ~ Abel hammers ~ Soft glide fallboard ~ Sand cast iron plate ~ German Roeslau wire ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $65,230 - $66,530 depending on finish and cabinetry

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August Forster 190 Grand Piano

Piano Name: August Förster
Website: August Förster
Model: 190
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: August Förster
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $66,800US
Length: 6' 4"

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Model 190 Facts

History: August Förster established his company in 1859 in Löbau, Germany. Being made into a nationalized company post World War II, the company still managed to stay under family leadership. After the collapse of the government of the German Democratic Republic, Wolfgang Foerster was able to re-privatize the family business. Most recently, the business was passed to Annekatrin Förster and with a staff of approximately 40, they continue to traditionally manufacture pianos in Germany.

Dimensions: 6'4"x60" or 1m 90cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Walnut, Mahogany or White, Satin Walnut or Mahogany. Also available in Classic, Chippendale and Antik cabinets

Features: Mountain spruce soundboard and ribs ~ Beech and spruce frame ~ Hard rock maple bridges ~ Traditional sand cast iron plate ~ Renner action ~ Premium Renner hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 19 ply “Delignit” beech pinblock ~ German “Diamant” tuning pins ~ Röslau wire ~ Slow close fallboard ~ Real ebony sharps ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $66,800 - $89,364 depending on finish and cabinetry

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August Forster 215 Grand Piano

Piano Name: August Förster
Website: August Förster
Model: 215
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: August Förster
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $75,490US
Length: 7' 2"

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Model 215 Facts

History: August Förster established his company in 1859 in Löbau, Germany. Being made into a nationalized company post World War II, the company still managed to stay under family leadership. After the collapse of the government of the German Democratic Republic, Wolfgang Foerster was able to re-privatize the family business. Most recently, the business was passed to Annekatrin Förster and with a staff of approximately 40, they continue to traditionally manufacture pianos in Germany.

Dimensions: 7'2"x60" or 2m 15cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Mountain spruce soundboard and ribs ~ Beech and spruce frame ~ Hard rock maple bridges ~ Traditional sand cast iron plate ~ Renner action ~ Abel or Renner hammers ~ Spruce keys ~ 19 ply “Delignit” beech pinblock ~ German “Diamant” tuning pins ~ Röslau wire ~ Slow close fallboard ~ Real ebony sharps ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $75,490

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Bechstein B175 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bechstein
Website: C. Bechstein
Model: B175
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: C. Bechstein Pianoforte Fabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $68,600US
Length: 5' 8"

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Model B175 Facts

History: Established in 1853, Carl Bechstein began manufacturing pianos under his own name in Berlin. The company persisted through two world wars, many economic challenges, and has emerged as one of the more significant piano manufacturers in history. Today Bechstein operates under the lines of C. Bechstein (premier line), Bechstein Academy (which simply have Bechstein label), W.Hoffmann and has established Bechstein Europe (operating under the Bohemia name).

Dimensions: 5'8"x60" or 1m 75cm x 153cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut or White. Also available in exotic woods as special order.

Features: Traditional sand cast plate ~ European solid spruce untapered soundboard ~ Renner style parts ~ Bechstein's "Silver" line action (parts made in China) ~ Solid beech bridges with beech cap ~ Maple hammer shanks ~ Mahogany moldings ~ Abel or Renner hammers ~ Solid wood laminate beam construction ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $68,600 - $90,600 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Bechstein B190 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Bechstein
Website: C. Bechstein
Model: B190
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: C. Bechstein Pianoforte Fabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $73,000US
Length: 6' 3"

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Model B190 Facts

History: Established in 1853, Carl Bechstein began manufacturing pianos under his own name in Berlin. The company persisted through two world wars, many economic challenges, and has emerged as one of the more significant piano manufacturers in history. Today Bechstein operates under the lines of C. Bechstein (premier line), Bechstein Academy (which simply have Bechstein label), W.Hoffmann and has established Bechstein Europe (operating under the Bohemia name).

Dimensions: 6'3"x60" or 1m 90cm x 153cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony or White, Satin or Polished Mahogany or Walnut. Also available in exotic woods as special order.

Features: Traditional sand cast plate ~ European solid spruce untapered soundboard ~ Renner style parts ~ Bechstein's "Silver" line action (parts made in China) ~ Solid beech bridges with beech cap ~ Maple hammer shanks ~ Mahogany moldings ~ Abel or Renner hammers ~ Solid wood laminate beam construction ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $73,000 - $93,000 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Brodmann AS211 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Brodmann
Website: Brodmann
Model: AS-211
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Joseph Brodmann Piano Group
Company Location: Vienna
MSRP: $68,970US
Length: 7' 0"

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History: Joseph Brodmann was a piano maker in the early 1800's employing the young apprentice Ignaz Bösendorfer. Bösendorfer took over Brodmann's production in 1828. But in 2004, two former Bösendorfer executives re-established the Brodmann name and formed the Joseph Brodmann Group in Vienna. The Professional Edition (models marked PE) are designed in Vienna and built in China with many imported parts. The Conservatory Edition (CE) pianos are built in China with local materials with Japanese hammers while the Artist Series (AS) is constructed in China then shipped to Germany for some installations and finishing.

Dimensions: 7'0"x61" or 2m 11cm x 154cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Canadian Bolduc solid spruce soundboard ~ German Renner action ~ Canadian Bolduc 5 ply pinblock ~ Maple and mahogany 18 ply rim ~ German Renner hammers ~ German Roeslau strings ~ German Kluge keyboard ~ Duplex scale ~ Maple laminated bridges with solid maple cap ~ Solid spruce keys ~ Solid spruce keybed with hardwood sides ~ Solid spruce beams ~ Slow close fallboard ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $68,970

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Brodmann AS228 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Brodmann
Website: Brodmann
Model: AS227
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Joseph Brodmann Piano Group
Company Location: Vienna
MSRP: $77,970US
Length: 7' 5"

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Model AS227 Facts

History: Joseph Brodmann was a piano maker in the early 1800's employing the young apprentice Ignaz Bösendorfer. Bösendorfer took over Brodmann's production in 1828. But in 2004, two former Bösendorfer executives re-established the Brodmann name and formed the Joseph Brodmann Group in Vienna. The Professional Edition (models marked PE) are designed in Vienna and built in China with many imported parts. The Conservatory Edition (CE) pianos are built in China with local materials with Japanese hammers while the Artist Series (AS) is constructed in China then shipped to Germany for some installations and finishing.

Dimensions: 7'5"x62" or 2m 28cm x 159cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Canadian Bolduc solid spruce soundboard ~ German Renner action ~ Canadian Bolduc 5 ply pinblock ~ Maple and mahogany 18 ply rim ~ German Renner hammers ~ German Roeslau strings ~ German Kluge keyboard ~ Duplex scale ~ Maple laminated bridges with solid maple cap ~ Solid spruce keys ~ Solid spruce keybed with hardwood sides ~ Solid spruce beams ~ Slow close fallboard ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $77,970

Estonia L225
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Estonia L225 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Estonia
Website: Estonia
Model: L225
Made in: Estonia
Parent Company: Estonia Klaverivabrik
Company Location: Estonia
MSRP: $75,894US
Length: 7' 4"

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Model L225 Facts

History: In the country of Estonia, the Estonia Piano Company has its roots in the late 1800's when Mr.Ernst Hiis-Ihse hand-made a piano that became the prototype for manufacturing. Post WWII, however the piano struggled under the communist regime. With Estonian independance in 1991, the employees purchased the factory and rights from the government. Today Dr. Inrek Laul has complete ownership and has brought this national company to an international level.

Dimensions: 7'4"x62" or 1m 90cm x 156cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut or White, Polished Kewazinga Bubinga, Ebony with Bubinga, Pyramid Mahogany

Features: Baltic wood rim ~ Spruce beams ~ German solid spruce soundboard ~ 15 Spruce ribs ~ German pinblock ~ Red beech and maple vertically laminated bridges hand notched ~ European sand cast plate ~ German wire ~ Estonian made bass strings ~ Renner action ~ Renner blue hammers ~ German Kluge keyboards ~ German or English felts ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $75,894 - $90,625 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Grotrian Chambre Grand Piano

Piano Name: Grotrian
Website: Grotrian
Model: Chambre
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Grotrian Piano Company
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $77,439US
Length: 5' 5"

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History: In 1835, Friedrich Grotrian established a partnership with Theodor Steinweg (also known in America as Steinway). Friedrich's son Wilhelm Grotrian purchased shares when Theodor left to help run Steinway in New York. Known as Grotrian-Steinweg (or simply Grotrian in North America), the company still operates as a family run enterprise (6th generation) in Braunschweig, Germany.

Dimensions: 5'6"x60" or 1m 65cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Polished Walnut or White, Open Walnut

Features: Radial frame - 3 beams ~ 12 Spruce ribs ~ Strunz mountain solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit laminated beech pinblocks ~ Abel hammers ~ Renner action ~ Strunz soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ Vertically laminated beech bridges with maple cap ~ Roeslau strings ~ Grotrian bass strings ~ "Ivoplast" keytops ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $77,439 - $92,412 depending on finish and cabinetry

Haessler 175
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Haessler 175 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Haessler
Website: Haessler
Model: 175
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Julius Blüthner Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $74,471US
Length: 5' 8"

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Model H-175 Facts

History: Julius Bluthner established the Bluthner piano factory in 1853. Although he died in 1910, his 3 sons took over the company. During World War II, the factory was completely decimated and was rebuilt under national control of East Germany. By 1990, the Bluthner family resumed control and built new facilities just outside Leipzig in 1997. Haessler is the secondary line of Bluthner and is named as a tribute to Dr. Rudolf Bluthner-Haessler.

Dimensions: 5'8"x63" or 1m 75cm x 157cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry or White, Polished Bubinga, Pyramic Mahogany or Burl Walnut. Also available in styles of President, Louis XV, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Ambassador, Rococo, Nicolas II or Classic Alexandra

Features: Austrian Alps solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Abel hammers ~ 18 Ply pinblock ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Solid spruce beams with solid red beech cross beam ~ Bird's eye maple inner facing rim ~ Spruce keys individually balanced and weighted ~ Ebony sharps ~ Acrylic keytops ~ Chamfered edging ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $74,471 - $143,370 depending on finish and cabinetry

Haessler 186
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Haessler 186 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Haessler
Website: Haessler
Model: 186
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Julius Blüthner Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $78,977US
Length: 6' 1"

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History: Julius Bluthner established the Bluthner piano factory in 1853. Although he died in 1910, his 3 sons took over the company. During World War II, the factory was completely decimated and was rebuilt under national control of East Germany. By 1990, the Bluthner family resumed control and built new facilities just outside Leipzig in 1997. Haessler is the secondary line of Bluthner and is named as a tribute to Dr. Rudolf Bluthner-Haessler.

Dimensions: 6'1"x63" or 1m 86cm x 157cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry or White, Polished Bubinga, Pyramic Mahogany or Burl Walnut, Satin East Indian Rosewood. Also available in styles of President, Louis XV, Kaiser Wilhelm II, Ambassador, Rococo, Nicolas II or Classic Alexandra

Features: Austrian Alps solid spruce soundboard ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Abel hammers ~ 18 Ply pinblock ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Solid spruce beams with solid red beech cross beam ~ Bird's eye maple inner facing rim ~ Spruce keys individually balanced and weighted ~ Ebony sharps ~ Acrylic keytops ~ Chamfered edging ~ 10 Year parts and labor warranty

Price range: $78,977 - $147,467 depending on finish and cabinetry

Kawai GX6
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Kawai GX6 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Kawai
Website: Kawai
Model: GX-6
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $65,695US
Length: 7' 0"

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History: The Kawai company was formed in 1927 by a group consisting of Koichi Kawai and 7 of his colleagues. By 1955 Shigeru Kawai led the company into modern manufacturing and by 1963 launched Kawai centers around the world. In 1989, Hirotaka Kawai took on the presidency of the company and for the first time expanded production outside of Japan. Kawai remains as one of the largest multi-national piano companies in the world.

Dimensions: 7'0"x62" or 2m 14cm x 154cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony

Features: Kawai Millenium III action ~ Double wide stretcher bar ~ Vertically laminated bridges with maple cap ~ Concert key buttons ~ Tapered solid spruce soundboard ~ Extended length spruce keys ~ Dual duplex scale ~ Agraffe construction ~ Neotex keytops ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Steel reinforced keybed and keyslip ~ Full sostenuto pedal ~ Adjustable hard finish music rack ~ V-Pro cast iron plate ~ 11 Ply hard rock maple pinblock ~ Steel reinforced multi-ply keybed ~ Soft close fallboard ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $65,695 regardless of finish and cabinetry

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Kawai GX-7 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Kawai
Website: Kawai
Model: GX-7
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $76,195US
Length: 7' 6"

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History: The Kawai company was formed in 1927 by a group consisting of Koichi Kawai and 7 of his colleagues. By 1955 Shigeru Kawai led the company into modern manufacturing and by 1963 launched Kawai centers around the world. In 1989, Hirotaka Kawai took on the presidency of the company and for the first time expanded production outside of Japan. Kawai remains as one of the largest multi-national piano companies in the world.

Dimensions: 7'6"x63" or 2m 27cm x 157cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony

Features: Kawai Millenium III action ~ Double wide stretcher bar ~ Vertically laminated bridges with maple cap ~ Concert key buttons ~ Tapered solid spruce soundboard ~ Extended length spruce keys ~ Dual duplex scale ~ Agraffe construction ~ Neotex keytops ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Steel reinforced keybed and keyslip ~ Full sostenuto pedal ~ Adjustable hard finish music rack ~ V-Pro cast iron plate ~ 11 Ply hard rock maple pinblock ~ Steel reinforced multi-ply keybed ~ Soft close fallboard ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $76,195 regardless of finish and cabinetry

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Mason & Hamlin AA Grand Piano

Piano Name: Mason & Hamlin
Website: Mason & Hamlin
Model: AA
Made in: USA
Parent Company: Mason & Hamlin Piano Co.
Company Location: USA
MSRP: $71,417US
Length: 6' 4"

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History: Henry Mason and Emmons Hamlin established their reed organ company in the year 1854. By 1883, Mason & Hamlin started manufacturing pianos. After undergoing many ownership changes spanning more than a century, the piano company has finally resided in the hands of Burgett brothers who have advanced the company into the 21st century incorporating computer controlled machinery with age old piano building techniques.

Dimensions: 6'4"x57" or 1m 74cm x 146cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony or Macassar Ebony, Polished Bubinga or Pyramid Mahogany, Satin Mahogany, Walnut or Rosewood. Also available in "Monticello" turned leg style

Features: Tapered solid white spruce soundboard ~ Unique "Crown Retention" System ~ Wessell, Nickel & Gross nylon action ~ 7 Layer quarter sawn pinblock ~ 18 ply rim construction ~ Sugar pine pre-crowned ribs ~ 3.5" Rim construction ~ Renner hammers ~ Square brass tube action rail filled with maple ~ Chrome tuning pins ~ Maple bridges ~ Traditional sand cast full-perimeter plate ~ Aliquot design ~ 12 Year warranty

Price range: $71,417 - $97,005 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Pearl River GP-275 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Pearl River
Website: Pearl River
Model: GP275
Made in: China
Parent Company: Guangzhou Pearl River Piano Group Ltd.
Company Location: China
MSRP: $79,995US
Length: 9' 0"

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History: Established in 1954, Guangzhou, China, Pearl River is the largest piano builder in the world surpassing 100,000 pianos annually. They have over 1.3 million square feet of manufacturing space and a staff of over 4000 employees. Recently their pianos have been redesigned by the Swiss piano expert, Lothar Thomma. Pearl River is the first piano factory in China to be awarded the ISO 9001 Certification for Quality Control Systems and more recently awarded ISO 14001 for Environmental Management System Compliance.

Dimensions: 9'0"x60" or 2m 75cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Hornbeam action ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Mortised spruce beams ~ 22lb T-stapled hammers ~ Butcher block keybed ~ Vertically laminated maple w/solid maple cap, hand notched bridges ~ Slow close fallboard ~ 21 ply maple pinblock ~ Sand cast CNC processed iron plate ~ All spruce laminated soundboard ~ German Roeslau wire ~ Nickel plated, cut-thread tuning pins ~ Warranty: 10 year parts and labor

Price range: $79,995

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Petrof P159 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Petrof
Website: Petrof
Model: 159 Bora
Made in: Czech Republic
Parent Company: Petrof
Company Location: Czech Republic
MSRP: $69,100US
Length: 5' 2"

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Model P159 "Bora" Facts

History: Antonin Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864 after traveling to Vienna in 1857 to learn piano manufacturing. After World War II, the company and property were confiscated under nationalization but in 1990, Jan Petrof took over the company with the return of democracy and privatization. 2004 marked the year when 5th generation Zuzana Ceralová-Petrofová became president. Today the company continues to expand and build pianos from the Czech Republic.

Dimensions: 5'2"x60" or 1m 59cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Walnut or Mahogany

Features: European solid spruce soundboard ~ Spruce ribs ~ Laminated spruce keys ~ 3 Spruce beams ~ Swedish Polyplex keytops ~ Multiplex pinblock ~ Solid beech bridges, treble has ebony cap ~ Duplex agraffe design ~ Petrof action (Renner or Magnetic option) ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Hornbeam action parts ~ Traditional cast iron plate CNC finished ~ Spruce and beech laminated keybed ~ Mapes wire ~ Degen copper Adolf bass strings ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $69,100 - $74,626 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Petrof 173 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Petrof
Website: Petrof
Model: 173 Breeze
Made in: Czech Republic
Parent Company: Petrof
Company Location: Czech Republic
MSRP: $72,810US
Length: 5' 6"

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History: Antonin Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864 after traveling to Vienna in 1857 to learn piano manufacturing. After World War II, the company and property were confiscated under nationalization but in 1990, Jan Petrof took over the company with the return of democracy and privatization. 2004 marked the year when 5th generation Zuzana Ceralová-Petrofová became president. Today the company continues to expand and build pianos from the Czech Republic.

Dimensions: 5'6"x60" or 1m 73cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Walnut or Mahogany. Also comes in styles of Chippendale, Demi-Chippendale, Klasik or Rococo

Features: Quarter sawn solid spruce soundboard ~ Spruce ribs ~ Laminated spruce keys ~ 3 Spruce beams ~ Swedish Polyplex keytops ~ Multiplex pinblock ~ Solid beech bridges, treble has ebony cap ~ Duplex agraffe design ~ Petrof action (Renner or Magnetic option) ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Hornbeam action parts ~ Traditional cast iron plate CNC finished ~ Spruce and beech laminated keybed ~ Mapes wire ~ Degen copper Adolf bass strings ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $72,810 - $85,726 finish and cabinetry

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Petrof 194 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Petrof
Website: Petrof
Model: 194 Storm
Made in: Czech Republic
Parent Company: Petrof
Company Location: Czech Republic
MSRP: $76,420US
Length: 6' 3"

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Model P194 "Storm" Facts

History: Antonin Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864 after traveling to Vienna in 1857 to learn piano manufacturing. After World War II, the company and property were confiscated under nationalization but in 1990, Jan Petrof took over the company with the return of democracy and privatization. 2004 marked the year when 5th generation Zuzana Ceralová-Petrofová became president. Today the company continues to expand and build pianos from the Czech Republic.

Dimensions: 6'3"x60" or 1m 94cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Walnut or Mahogany. Also available in Klasik style.

Features: European mountain solid spruce soundboard ~ Spruce ribs ~ Laminated spruce keys ~ 4 Spruce beams ~ Swedish Polyplex keytops ~ Multiplex pinblock ~ Solid beech bridges, treble has ebony cap ~ Duplex agraffe design ~ Petrof action (Renner or Magnetic option) ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Hornbeam action parts ~ Traditional cast iron plate CNC finished ~ Spruce and beech laminated keybed ~ Mapes wire ~ Degen copper Adolf bass strings ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $76,420 - $87,420 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Ronisch 175K Grand Piano

Piano Name: Rönisch
Website: Rönisch
Model: 175K
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Carl Rönisch Pianofortemanufaktur GmbH
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $69,612US
Height: 5'8"

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History: Established in 1845, Carl Rönisch became one of the largest manufacturers in Europe before 1900. Credited as Imperial Purveyor for Austria and Hungary. After being decimated through 2 world wars, the company once again started to manufacture in 1948. In 2008, Rönisch joined the Blüthner facility and still manufacture pianos independantly within their premises.

Dimensions: 5'8"x63" or 118cm x 157cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony, Mahogany, Pyramic Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, White, Bubinga, Rosewood or Burl Walnut

Features: Hard German beech 18 ply inner rim ~ German pine beams ~ 9 Ply cross laminated hard German beech outer rim ~ Hard German beech, 19 ply cross laminated pinblock ~ Solid quarter-sawn close-grained mountain spruce soundboard ~ Close-grained mountain spruce ribs ~ Solid German beech ribs ~ Traditional grey sand cast iron plate ~ German steel, nickel-plated tuning pins ~ High-tensile German steel, hexagonal strings ~ Carl Rönisch action, all wood action ~ Finest long fiber virgin wool hammers ~ Close-grained mountain spruce, solid keys ~ Sharps of solid, genuine ebony ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Sostenuto pedal

Price range: $69,612 - $100,993 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Ronisch 186K Grand Piano

Piano Name: Rönisch
Website: Rönisch
Model: 186K
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Carl Rönisch Pianofortemanufaktur GmbH
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $75,632US
Height: 6'2"

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History: Established in 1845, Carl Rönisch became one of the largest manufacturers in Europe before 1900. Credited as Imperial Purveyor for Austria and Hungary. After being decimated through 2 world wars, the company once again started to manufacture in 1948. In 2008, Rönisch joined the Blüthner facility and still manufacture pianos independantly within their premises.

Dimensions: 6'2"x 63" or 186cm x 157cm

Available Finishes: Polished or Satin Ebony, Mahogany, Pyramic Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, White, Bubinga, Rosewood or Burl Walnut

Features: Hard German beech 18 ply inner rim ~ German pine beams ~ 9 Ply cross laminated hard German beech outer rim ~ Hard German beech, 19 ply cross laminated pinblock ~ Solid quarter-sawn close-grained mountain spruce soundboard ~ Close-grained mountain spruce ribs ~ Solid German beech ribs ~ Traditional grey sand cast iron plate ~ German steel, nickel-plated tuning pins ~ High-tensile German steel, hexagonal strings ~ Carl Rönisch action, all wood action ~ Finest long fiber virgin wool hammers ~ Close-grained mountain spruce, solid keys ~ Sharps of solid, genuine ebony ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Sostenuto pedal

Price range: $75,632 - $107,276 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Sauter 160 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Sauter
Website: Sauter
Model: 160 Alpha
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Carl Sauter Pianofortemanufaktur
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $78,123US
Length: 5' 3"

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History: Established in 1819, the company has it's roots from Johann Grimm, apprentice of famous Streicher Piano Company. Upon Grimm's passing, the company was left to Carl Sauter. This began a lineage of Sauters: Johann, Carl II, Hans and now sixth generation Ulrich Sauter oversees operations of Sauter Pianofortemanufaktur in Germany.

Dimensions: 5'3"x61" or 1m 60cm x 152cm

Available Finishes: Satin or Polished Ebony or Wood Veneers. Comes in styles of Alpha, Chippendale or Noblesse

Features: Bavarian solid spruce soundboards ~ Beech pinblocks ~ Renner actions ~ Sauter keys ~ Sauter bass strings ~ Steel reinforced keybed ~ Traditional cast iron plate ~ 5 Year Warranty

Price range: $78,123 - $104,671 depending on finish and cabinetry

Schimmel I208
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Schimmel-I208 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Schimmel
Website: Schimmel
Model: I208
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Wilhelm Schimmel Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $65,975US
Length: 6' 10"

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History: In 1882, Wilhelm Schimmel learned piano making at the Vogel & Sohn factory in Leipzig, Germany. Now 4th generation Hannes Schimmel-Vogel directs the family business of Schimmel Pianofortefabrik. The Schimmel line is divided into 4 distinct levels: The upper level "Konzert" is the latest design utilizing computer enhanced concepts and scale. "Classic" is the traditional line. "International" is assembled in Germany but contains many outsourced parts from around the world while "Wilhelm Schimmel" is Schimmel designed and built in Poland. Models are marked K,C,I and W respectively.

Dimensions: 6'10"x59" or 2m 8cm x 148cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Mahogany or White

Features: Solid mountain spruce soundboard ~ Mountain spruce backposts ~ Schimmel built action ~ Duplex scale ~ CNC parts built in house ~ Traditional cast iron frame ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $65,975 - $72,225 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Schimmel K189 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Schimmel
Website: Schimmel
Model: C189
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Wilhelm Schimmel Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $68,100US
Length: 6' 3"

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History: In 1882, Wilhelm Schimmel learned piano making at the Vogel & Sohn factory in Leipzig, Germany. Now 4th generation Hannes Schimmel-Vogel directs the family business of Schimmel Pianofortefabrik. The Schimmel line is divided into 4 distinct levels: The upper level "Konzert" is the latest design utilizing computer enhanced concepts and scale. "Classic" is the traditional line. "International" is assembled in Germany but contains many outsourced parts from around the world while "Wilhelm Schimmel" is Schimmel designed and built in Poland. Models are marked K,C,I and W respectively.

Dimensions: 6'3"x60" or 1m 89cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony,Mahogany or White

Features: Bavarian high altitude solid spruce soundboard ~ Triplex system ~ Mineral keytops ~ Ebony sharps ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Mass reduced flexible bridge ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Nickel plated steel tuning pins ~ Agraffe design ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $66,225 - $88,475 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Schimmel C213 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Schimmel
Website: Schimmel
Model: C213
Made in: Germany
Parent Company: Wilhelm Schimmel Pianofortefabrik
Company Location: Germany
MSRP: $74,350US
Length: 7' 0"

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History: In 1882, Wilhelm Schimmel learned piano making at the Vogel & Sohn factory in Leipzig, Germany. Now 4th generation Hannes Schimmel-Vogel directs the family business of Schimmel Pianofortefabrik. The Schimmel line is divided into 4 distinct levels: The upper level "Konzert" is the latest design utilizing computer enhanced concepts and scale. "Classic" is the traditional line. "International" is assembled in Germany but contains many outsourced parts from around the world while "Wilhelm Schimmel" is Schimmel designed and built in Poland. Models are marked K,C,I and W respectively.

Dimensions: 7'0"x60" or 2m 13cm x 150cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony,Mahogany or White

Features: Bavarian high altitude solid spruce soundboard ~ Triplex system ~ Agraffe and capodastro bar ~ Mineral keytops ~ Ebony sharps ~ Traditional sand cast plate ~ Mass reduced flexible bridge ~ Renner dampers ~ Abel hammers ~ Renner action ~ Schimmel keyboard ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Nickel plated steel tuning pins ~ Agraffe design ~ Soft close fallboard ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $74,375 - $80,600 depending on finish and cabinetry.

Schulze Pollmann M197
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Schulze Pollmann M197 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Schulze Pollmann
Website: Schulze Pollmann
Model: M197
Made in: San Marino (within Italy)
Parent Company: Schulze Pollmann
Company Location: San Marino
MSRP: $72,995US
Length: 6' 7"

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History: In the 1920's, two German piano makers moved to Italy, namely Paul Pollmann & Albert Schulze. Combining forces, they formed Schulze-Pollman in 1928. Paul's son Hans became technical director from the 1950's to 1970's. They continue to manufacture pianos from the city state of San Marino (within Italy)

Dimensions: 5'3"x58" or 1m 60cm x 144cm

Available Finishes: High Polished Ebony, Polished Briar or Polished Feather Mahogany. Also available with round leg.

Features: Val di Fiemme red spruce finger jointed solid soundboard ~ Val di Fiemme red spruce ribs ~ Delignit pinblock ~ Renner action ~ Renner hammers ~ Hard beech inner and outer rims ~ Laminated radial beams ~ Individually weighted keys ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Laminated hard beech bridges ~ Klinke double nickle plated, reverse thread tuning pins ~ Roeslau strings ~ Degen copper bass strings ~ 10 Year warranty

Price range: $72,995 - $79,995 depending on finish and cabinetry

Shigeru Kawai SK3
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Shigeru Kawai SK3 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Shigeru Kawai
Website: Shigeru Kawai
Model: SK3
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $67,500US
Length: 6' 1"

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History: The Kawai company was formed in 1927 by a group consisting of Koichi Kawai and 7 of his colleagues. By 1955 Shigeru Kawai led the company into modern manufacturing and by 1963 launched Kawai centers around the world. In 1989, Hirotaka Kawai took on the presidency of the company and for the first time expanded production outside of Japan. Shigeru Kawai is the hand crafted premium grade grand pianos that are manufactured in their own factory.

Dimensions: 5'10"x61" or 1m 78cm x 152cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony, Sapele Mahogany or Ebony with Claro Walnut. Also available in "Harlequin" style in Ebony with and Black Limba

Features: Kawai Millenium III ABS-Carbon action ~ "Shiko Seion" hammers from New Zealand and Australian wool ~ Tapered and tuned solid spruce soundboard ~ "Temaki" Kawai-made hand wound bass strings ~ Hand notched bridges ~ Hand planed ribs ~ Thinned hammer shanks ~ Rock maple and mahogany rim ~ Bird's eye maple inside rim ~ Agraffe duplex scale ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Nickel plated tuning pins ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $67,500 - $77,500 depending on finish and cabinetry

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Shigeru Kawai SK5 Grand Piano

Piano Name: Shigeru Kawai
Website: Shigeru Kawai
Model: SK5
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $77,800US
Length: 6' 6"

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History: The Kawai company was formed in 1927 by a group consisting of Koichi Kawai and 7 of his colleagues. By 1955 Shigeru Kawai led the company into modern manufacturing and by 1963 launched Kawai centers around the world. In 1989, Hirotaka Kawai took on the presidency of the company and for the first time expanded production outside of Japan. Shigeru Kawai is the hand crafted premium grade grand pianos that are manufactured in their own factory.

Dimensions: 6'6"x61" or 1m 97cm x 153cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony

Features: Kawai Millenium III ABS-Carbon action ~ "Shiko Seion" hammers from New Zealand and Australian wool ~ Tapered and tuned solid spruce soundboard ~ "Temaki" Kawai-made hand wound bass strings ~ Hand notched bridges ~ Hand planed ribs ~ Thinned hammer shanks ~ Rock maple and mahogany rim ~ Bird's eye maple inside rim ~ Agraffe duplex scale ~ Aluminum action rail ~ Nickel plated tuning pins ~ Solid brass hardware ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $77,800

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Steinway O Grand Piano

Piano Name: Steinway & Sons
Website: Steinway
Model: O
Made in: USA
Parent Company: Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc.
Company Location: USA
MSRP: $71,100US
Length: 5' 11"

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History: Heinrich Steinweg established his piano company in 1853 in New York. Americanized to Steinway and Sons, it was the largest piano manufacturer in the world by 1859. In 1880, the Hamburg Steinway factory was opened. After nearly a century, the piano company has undergone family and ownership changes. Today, it operates under the three lines of Steinway, Boston and Essex.

Dimensions: 5'11"x58" or 1m 80cm x 147cm

Available Finishes: Satin Ebony, Mahogany, Walnut, Figured Sapele, Dark Cherry, Kewazinga Bubinga,Santos Rosewood, East Indian Rosewood, African Pommele, Macassar Ebony, Chinoiserie or Hepplewhite Dark Cherry. Also available in Chippendale, Louis XV and "John Lennon Imagine" styles.

Features: 13 Ply laminated hard rock maple rim ~ 3 Solid spruce beams ~ Maple bridges with maple cap ~ Hexagrip 7 ply laminated pinblock ~ Solid quarter sawn spruce soundboard ~ Sugar pine ribs ~ Agraffe double duplex ~ Nickel plated blued tuning pins ~ Steinway hammers ~ Hard rock maple moldings and shanks ~ Swedish wire ~ Maple action parts ~ European spruce keys individually balanced and weighted ~ Spruce plank keybed ~ Solid brass hardware ~ Birch and poplar cabinet ~ 5 Year warranty

Price range: $71,100 - $111,900 depending on finish and cabinetry

Yamaha C7X
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Yamaha C7X Grand Piano

Piano Name: Yamaha
Website: Yamaha
Model: C7X
Made in: Japan
Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation
Company Location: Japan
MSRP: $74,699US
Length: 7' 6"

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History: In 1887 a watchmaker by the name of Torakusu Yamaha founded Japan's first reed organ company. By 1899 he traveled to the USA to learn how to build pianos and started making grand and upright pianos under the name Nippon Gakki meaning "Japanese Musical Instrument". These humble beginnings have developed into a multinational manufacturing operation with sales into the billions annually, a work force of nearly 20,000 and product lines ranging from motors to electronics to musical instruments.

Dimensions: 7'6"x59" or 2m 27cm x 149cm

Available Finishes: Polished Ebony or Mahogany, Satin Ebony

Features: Solid spruce soundboard and ribs ~ Solid maple capped bridges ~ Aluminum alloy action rails ~ Yamaha balanced action ~ Tone collector ~ Duplex scale ~ Solid spruce keys with hardwood buttons ~ Yamaha designed hammers with T-fasteners ~ Reinforced keyframe pin with adjustable guide ~ Humid-A-Seal pinblock ~ Ivorite keytops ~ Beveled edges ~ Hardwood reinforced keyframe ~ Cut thread tuning pins ~ Solid brass casters ~ Vacuum Shield Mold Process (V-Pro) plate ~ Seasoned for destination ~ Soft close fallboard ~ Sostenuto pedal ~ 10 year warranty

Price range: $74,699 - $94,399 depending on finish and cabinetry

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