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To understand tuning, you need to know how a piano produces sound. When a piano key is depressed, it drops onto a small felt-covered hammer that strikes one, two or three, generally speaking, steel strings. This complex array of strings provides a range from highest treble down to the deepest bass sounds. (Since there are […]
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Pianos have been around for hundreds of years and have never yielded their place as the preferred and select musical instrument. There are good reasons for this.  Unlike other instruments, the piano provides both melody and harmony, requiring no accompaniment.  (instead, piano is usually required as the accompaniment to other instruments.)  This makes it a […]
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One of the iconic city parks in New York City, Washington Square, sits in lower Manhattan, and boasts a large fountain and a marble arch (built to commemorate the inauguration of George Washington) in the middle of Greenwich Village. Surrounded by buildings owned by NYU, it has a long history as a gathering place for […]
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When it comes to pianos, there is a world of fascinating stories, history and inventions that are hard to ignore. The Bluthner – Haessler story is just such a complex and inspiring tale. This is a Haessler acrylic upright piano. The inner action of the instrument can be seen through the acrylic, making it one […]
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Long before she gave us girl power anthems like ‘God is a Woman’, ‘7 Rings’ and the iconic, ‘thank you, next’, 25-year-old Ariana Grande sang us a sweet love song at the 2015 Grammy Awards. Ariana Grande arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 8, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni The 21-year-old […]
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If you know anything about pianos, you know there’s been a revolution in the industry in the past century. Yes, I said century. Because the three-legged acoustic piano has managed to look pretty much the same for centuries after the first pianoforte was created in an evolutionary leap from virginal, (one step up from a […]
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“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” Victor Hugo “Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.” Robert Fripp “No matter how corrupt, greedy, and heartless our government, our corporations, our media, and our religious and charitable institutions may become, the music will still […]
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In his forty-year performing career, the megastar, Liberace, was one of the most widely-known and well-loved living pianists in the world. The son of Polish and Italian immigrants, Liberace performed in concerts, television, motion pictures, recorded, wrote books and made endorsements. At the height of his fame, from the 1950s to the 1970s, he was […]
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Kawai Corporation, founded by former Yamaha employee, Koichi Kawai in 1927, was the first in Japan to design and build a piano action. Over 40 years of scientific testing, Kawai developed an important innovation in the use of ABS Styran plastic to manufacture action parts. Better than wood for this purpose, ABS does not swell […]
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Kawai Corporation, founded by former Yamaha employee, Koichi Kawai in 1927, was the first in Japan to design and build a piano action. Over 40 years of scientific testing, Kawai developed an important innovation in the use of ABS Styran plastic to manufacture action parts. Better than wood for this purpose, ABS does not swell […]

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