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Used Pleyel Grand Patron (245) - 1837, Grand piano, Needs Renovation

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  • Type:Grand piano
  • Acoustic / Digital:Acoustic
  • Year:1837
  • New / Used:Used
  • Manufacturer: Pleyel
  • Model: Grand Patron (245)
  • Length:245
  • No. of pedals: 2
  • No. of Keys: 85
  • Serial Number: 28604
  • Needs Renovation
  • Colour:Wood (Transparent Lacquer)
  • Veneer:Rosewood


  • Price: POA



Pleyel Concert grand serial number 28604 year 1860
Rosewood case Concert Grand
Serial number – 28604
year- 1860
Length- 245 cm
Condition- Needs restoration please contact us for details, a restoration quote can be provided
Even though the name of Pleyel is known worldwide today, few people know who is behind this legendary name in music. Ignaz Pleyel was born June 18th 1757 in Ruppersthal in Lower Austria. A teacher’s son, the young man was very soon noticed for his musical skills by Count Ladislaus Erdöly who became his patron. He took prestigious lessons and became the favourite pupil of Joseph Haydn. With the support of his patron, Ignaz Pleyel made many trips to Europe where he was to meet the main actors in musical life at that time.

In 1783, Ignaz Pleyel arrived in Strasbourg where he took charge of the Prince of Rohan Music School and then in 1789 became the master of the Strasbourg Cathedral orchestra. By accepting this departure for France, the musician obtained the right of “Bourgeoisie” allowing him to become a French citizen and change his name to Ignace.
Born in 1788 in Strasbourg, Camille Pleyel first studied with his father before receiving lessons from virtuoso Jan Ladislav Dussek.

A talented musician and concert performer, Camille Pleyel made numerous trips through Europe and was particularly noticed in the court of the King of England. Less prolific than his father in terms of composition, Camille was nevertheless a better musician.
Moreover, his friend Frédéric Chopin said about him, “today, there is only one man who can play Mozart, and that is (Camille) Pleyel, and when he wants to play a four-hand sonata with me, I take a lesson.”

Associated with Camille Pleyel in 1853, Auguste Wolff became head of the company in 1855. Like the Pleyels, he was also from a family of musicians. Born in Paris in 1821, Wolff,a talented composer and an excellent musician, was awarded fist prize in piano at the Paris Music Conservatory in 1839.
He had active entrepreneurial skills that allowed him to extend the work of Pleyel. He became an exceptional piano maker and contributed greatly to the development of the company, especially by the ingenuity and the quality of his innovations.

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