Grand pianos Steingraeber & Söhne for sale

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Steingraeber & Söhne - Exclusive Grand Pianos

The Steingraeber & Söhne brand has its roots in a long and rich tradition of German craftsmanship in grand piano production. It was founded in 1852 by Karl Gottlieb Steingraeber in the town of Bayreuth, Germany. Since then, the company has become a symbol of excellence and mastery in grand piano manufacturing.

Today, Steingraeber & Söhne is a globally esteemed brand known for its unparalleled craftsmanship and innovation. Its grand pianos are often used by many prestigious musical institutions, including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Malmö Opera, the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, institutions in Paris, La Scala in Milan, and many others.

Why Choose a Steingraeber & Söhne Grand Piano

The Steingraeber & Söhne brand offers the opportunity to order a personalized grand piano tailored to the individual preferences of the customer. There are several different case styles to choose from, over 100 types of wood, and three types of finishes. Steingraeber & Söhne not only creates excellent instruments but also facilitates the use of their pianos for people with disabilities. Steingraeber has developed up to three wheelchair-access systems tailored to the individual needs of pianists.

Unique Innovations from Steingraeber & Söhne

Pianos of this brand are equipped with a unique feature called Sordino, which allows for achieving a remarkable sound effect by placing a thin strip of felt between the hammers and the strings. This gives musicians the opportunity to experiment with different sounds and musical expression.

Instruments from Steingraeber & Söhne are known for their exceptional sound, which is both delicate and silvery while maintaining durability, thanks to the so-called "Mozart rail." These grand pianos are faster and more "Mozart-like," attracting musicians desiring to bring out the unique sound of compositions by this genius.

Steingraeber & Söhne grand pianos are available with narrow keyboards measuring 6.0 and 5.5 inches. In addition to the technical aspects of playing, these alternative keyboard dimensions assist in performing historical compositions created on harpsichords.

The E-272 Concert Grand Piano is considered one of the most distinctive and outstanding grand pianos on the market, often praised by pianists. The D-232 is a semi-concert grand piano, perfect for solo and chamber performances in medium-sized auditoriums. The Model C-212, introduced in 2009, is a chamber grand piano inheriting many features from the famous Liszt Grand Piano Model 205 from 1873. On the other hand, The B-192 is a salon grand piano with a powerful, rich sound, thanks to its long bass strings. Finally, the A-170 salon grand piano has received many awards for its exceptional sound, and its wide shape allows for the use of very long bass strings, making it a phenomenal engineering achievement.

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