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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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Bringing Your Piano Home

So you just purchased a piano. Now what? It’s kind of like bringing the baby home from the hospital; you need to give some thought as to the inclusion into your life. What about placement? Where do you put it? And how about maintenance? How much and how often does it need to be tuned? This month, we’re taking a brief look at piano follow up in your home. I’ve quite often said that pianos are like small elephants. As a piece of furniture, they can dominate a room. First off let’s debunk the old ‘outside wall’ business where many ...
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Who Is Grotrian?

Who Is Grotrian?

The World Fair became The World Exposition which became Expo as we know it. I stumbled upon a book about the musical instruments from the world fair in the late 1800’s. It was said of Grotrian “There is no effort to produce them in great numbers, but rather to create in every one, as it passes through the factory, an instrument fit for the inspiration of great artists who have long accorded to its makers the highest place.” Of their experience, “It is said that nowhere in the world are there more veteran employees than in the factory of Grotrian.” ...
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Bell Tower in Czech Republic

Visiting Petrof Piano

I walk up the stairs of the bell tower in the town of Hradec Králové (“City of the Queen”). The stone steps are worn because many have visited this monument built nearly 450 years ago. Massive beams are used to support the bell that appears to be about 5 feet tall. I think about the challenge of building a tower out of stone and then raising this 8 ton bell to a height of almost 200 feet without modern equipment. I’m sometimes baffled by the human spirit. It must’ve been a struggle to survive back then in everyday life. But ...
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An Interview with Pianos Bolduc

An Interview with Pianos Bolduc

The soundboard of a piano ~ to the naked eye, it looks like a giant sheet of wood located under the strings. To piano makers, this is one of the most critical elements of science in the instrument. Why? The job of the soundboard is to transform tone of the vibrating piano strings into audible waves which also color the tone. Truly, it is inseparable from the voice of the piano. Doing some light reading 😀 (Wood for Sound by Wegst, 2006, American Journal of Botany) it becomes apparent that soundboards are this careful balance of elasticity and stiffness or ...
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Making the Perfect Piano Black

Making the Perfect Piano Black

Have you ever heard someone describe an object as being “jet black”? Jet is derived from the French word “jaiet”, a process that dates back to the 1300’s where lignite (a type of coal) was polished to a deep sheen. It was referenced as the benchmark for black as early as the 1700’s. But jet black has been overtaken by “piano black” as the example for the deepest, darkest, smoothest finish of comparison. In recent decades, with the advancement of technology and engineering, piano finishes have been perfected and there is now an association with “modern piano” as being black ...
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