Grand pianos Bosendorfer for sale

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Used, Bosendorfer, 214
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Year: 2000 Length: 214 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Freiburg
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Used, Bosendorfer, 170
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Year: 1973 Length: 170 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Essen
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Used, Bosendorfer, 200
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Length: 200 cm
Country: ItalyCity: San Benedetto del Tronto
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Used, Bosendorfer, 225
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Year: 1920 Length: 225 cm
Country: United StatesCity: Stanton
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Used, Bosendorfer, 225
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Year: 1913 Length: 225 cm
Country: PolandCity: Kamien
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Used, Bosendorfer, 170
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Year: 1914 Length: 170 cm
Country: PolandCity: Kamien
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Used, Bosendorfer, 170
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Year: 1982 Length: 170 cm
Country: SwitzerlandCity: Hinwil
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Bösendorfer 170 Pe
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Year: 1928 Length: 170 cm
Country: BelgiumCity: Ghent
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Used, Bosendorfer, 214
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Year: 1898 Length: 212 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Jena
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Used, Bosendorfer, 170
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Year: 1899 Length: 170 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Jena
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Used, Bosendorfer, 200
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Year: 1979 Length: 200 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Bielefeld
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Used, Bosendorfer, 190
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Year: 1923 Length: 190 cm
Country: FranceCity: Reims
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Used, Bosendorfer, 200
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Year: 1996 Length: 200 cm
Country: GermanyCity: Kronach
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Is Bösendorfer the best brand of grand pianos?

The factory producing pianos and grand pianos - Bösendorfer is certainly one of the reasons for pride among piano builders in Austria. This brand enjoys a great reputation in the country where it was initiated by the Austrian musician Ignaz Bösendorfer in 1828. The factory of these valuable grand pianos is located in Vienna, the capital of Austria. These pianos were appreciated at exhibitions and as early as 1839 by Emperor Ferdinand I, who, as a proof of his admiration for Bösendorfer's artistry, granted Ignaz the title "Creator of Pianos for Imperial and Royal Courts," which was a great honor in those times. The factory offers many grand piano models that perfectly fit the needs of even the most demanding virtuosos playing these magnificent instruments. Bösendorfer's factory has been a family-owned business from the very beginning; Ignaz's successor was his son Ludwig, who contributed to the dynamic development of the factory. Only since 2008, the Vienna factory of Bösendorfer has also been owned by the well-known producer of Yamaha pianos and grand pianos.

What models are offered by the Bösendorfer factory?

When it comes to grand pianos, the factory offers a wide range of instruments to choose from. The smallest of them is the Bösendorfer 155, which will be a perfect addition to and a highlight of family celebrations. For private use, we recommend the Bösendorfer 170 or Bösendorfer 185, which are available not only in new but also in used condition. Among the semi-concert grand pianos of the Bösendorfer brand, you can confidently consider the Bösendorfer 200, model 214VC, and Bösendorfer 225, which can often be found in a used state. The factory also offers magnificent concert grand pianos, such as the Bösendorfer 280 and the Imperial model, which has a length of 290 cm and, unlike other grand pianos, has a larger than standard number of keys, allowing the pianist to use the full range of 8 octaves. Historically, Bosendorfer even produced grand pianos with a double keyboard (invented by Emanuel Moor in the early 20th century). If you are wondering about the price of a Bösendorfer grand piano, the best way to find out is to compare offers and contact sellers who will provide reliable information.

Where is it worth buying new or used Bösendorfer grand pianos?

When considering the purchase of a Bösendorfer grand piano, it is worth deciding whether it should be a new or used instrument. Making this decision is often facilitated by determining the budget we have for buying our dream instrument and the requirements that the piano should meet. If we already have a rough idea of the Bösendorfer model we are looking for, we recommend turning to a store offering this brand of instruments, preferably an authorized dealer who is knowledgeable about both new and used Bösendorfer grand pianos.

Why do we recommend this approach? Official dealers offering new instruments have extensive knowledge about them and often visit the factory to test specific models, which makes them sensitive to the musical and aesthetic values of these magnificent grand pianos. They usually have several instruments in the store that will allow you to test pianos, compare new and used Bösendorfers, and make the most appropriate choice. It is widely known that to get to know an instrument well, you need to play it to build an emotional bond with it, and during playing or a concert, these emotions are best expressed.

The largest number of offers for used Bösendorfer grand pianos can be found among European dealers, which is due to the proximity to the factory, but it also has official representatives and enjoys a good reputation even in the United States. It is also worth noting that used pianos are in great demand by factories that renovate these instruments, which means that there is also a wide range of beautiful restored Bösendorfers on the piano market with a history. There is no doubt that thanks to the excellent quality, Bösendorfer is classified as an exceptional premium brand.

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