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Pearl River GP150

Pearl River GP150 Grand Piano

Pearl River GP150 Grand Piano Piano Name: Pearl River Website: Pearl River Model: GP-150 Made in: China Parent Company: Guangzhou Pearl River Piano ...
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Estonia 168

Estonia 168 Grand Piano

Estonia 168 Grand Piano Piano Name: Estonia Website: Estonia Model: 168 Made in: Estonia Parent Company: Estonia Klaverivabrik Company Location: Estonia Length: 5' ...
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Yamaha CFX

Yamaha CFX Grand Piano

Yamaha CFX Grand Piano Piano Name: Yamaha Website: Yamaha Model: CFX Made in: Japan Parent Company: Yamaha Corporation Company Location: Japan Length: 9' ...
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Kawai GL10

Kawai GL10 Grand Piano

Kawai GL10 Grand Piano Piano Name: Kawai Website: Kawai Model: GL10 Made in: Indonesia Parent Company: Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Company ...
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Boston UP132E

Boston 132E Upright Piano

Boston 132E Upright Piano Piano Name: Boston Website: Boston Model: UP-132E Made in: Japan Parent Company: Steinway Company Location: USA Height: 52" History: ...
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Steingraeber E272

Steingraeber E272 Grand Piano

Steingraeber E272 Grand Piano Piano Name: Steingraeber & Söhne Website: Steingraeber & Söhne Model: E272 Made in: Germany Parent Company: Steingraeber & Söhne ...
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Current Market Piano Trends

Have you walked into any piano store lately? It’s a sea of black and shiny? Why is that? Since the development of polyurethane resins (circa 1970), that mirror piano finish has become synonymous with ‘modern piano’ and has won out in popularity far above any other ‘look’. From a finishing perspective, making that incredible shine requires skill and knowledge and proper facilities. The only problem is... shiny doesn’t necessarily mean good. Consumers however seem to get those two points confused. If that type of finish has been around for almost 50 years, what has transpired in the world of piano ...
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Why Upgrade from a Digital Piano?

Why Upgrade from a Digital Piano?

The teacher has said “It’s time you start looking for a real piano and move up from a keyboard. You’ve outgrown this one”. Really? How does that happen? Just 2 years ago you bought this brand new 88 key weighted digital piano and now you’re being told that it will not suffice. They both have the same amount of keys and it has the same touch as a piano. Why do we need to upgrade? In order to answer that question, we need to look at the differences between acoustic piano (traditional piano with strings and hammers) and digital piano ...
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Hailun Piano Innovation

Hailun Piano Innovation

Earlier this year at NAMM I interacted with Mr. Hailun Chen – truly a privilege and honour to connect with such a humble visionary who has influenced and supplied more piano parts than we’re probably aware of. I greatly respect individuals who state "I have put my name on my pianos and on my company". Mr. Hailun Chen is the real McCoy where his name is his guarantee. Working with a translator, he showed me different concepts in his pianos. What caught my eye was this silver looking gleam under the keys on one of their upright pianos. As seen ...
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The Sale of Steinway

From its inception in 1853, Henry Steinway had 2 goals – make pianos that produce beautiful music and build a successful company. The former is done through innovation and craftsmanship. The latter is a result of sales and marketing. With success (as in the case of Steinway and Sons) comes change. Procedures are multiplied and streamlined, while efficiency and productivity are examined. In the early years, Steinway manufactured 1000 pianos per year or roughly 80 per month. Within 7 years (1860), those numbers doubled. By 1900, Steinway was producing three and a half times the amount of pianos they originally ...
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Piano Touch

Piano Touch with David Stanwood

I was speaking with someone recently about this blog post on touch, describing it as "an interview with a piano mathematician". "There are piano mathematicians?" was the reply. If people only knew how many calculations go into the engineering of a single instrument, they would be astounded. Today we have the privilege of speaking with David Stanwood, a piano technician who also happens to be a published author specializing in piano touch metrology. (Metrology being the science of measurement). He has spent decades studying, pouring over data to understand what it is that we FEEL under our fingers at the ...
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