One of the highlights of my years as a piano artist is receiving a Steinway upright.
The piano industry owes much to the innovations of the Henry Steinway family.
Baldwin produced the world’s best spinet pianos, and they called them Acrosonic.
The Behning & Sons Piano Company produced high-quality pianos in New York City for nearly 100 years.
The Royal Piano Company was only on the scene about 50 years, but they made a lasting impression.
My workbench isn’t nearly so elaborate, but this man’s process and end result is fascinating.
What I like most about things vertical is that they remind me to look up.
Originally posted on Moda-Creative thinking:
Here is a collection of stunning photographs of some of the most unusual pianos you have ever seen.
Some of my old pianos are quite weathered and worn.
The Kohler & Campbell piano company dominated the industry in the USA for 100 years.