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What is So Special About a Bluthner Baby Grand?

Bluthner Model 11 Grand Piano Sergei Rachmaninoff Playing a Bluthner Grand Piano The Stylish and Strong Bluthner Model 11 The Bluthner Model 11 measuring 154cm long (5’1”) and it’s pre 1945 predecessor the Model 4 measuring 149cm (4’11”) are very small grand pianos that are far bigger in sound and tone quality than most larger grand pianos. Bluthner Model [...]

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Chichi the Rocking Piano | Unusual Piano Designs

Chichi the Rocking Piano, designed by Sarah Davenport Unusual Pianos - The Rocking Piano Piano design is something we love and we really support those who push the boat out and come up with some great, unusual ideas that shake up the way we think about pianos and their current form. ‘Chichi’ as it’s fondly named, is the [...]

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Petrof 194 Storm | Incomparable Sound

Often you play a piano and you think “I don’t really like this, but I could learn to live with it”, or “this is very nice but…”, and on very rare occasions “this is totally amazing! Finally a perfect piano!” This is the response I have experienced and witnessed others having when playing the Petrof [...]

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The Perfect Mid Sized Upright piano | Petrof 125 G1

The Petrof 125 G1 upright piano - the perfect mid sized upright piano Visit any conservatoire or music school and you will find the typical pianos in practice rooms are all between 120 – 125cm tall, this size of piano generally delivers a big, rich tone and built to withstand constant use. This size of piano is [...]

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Please Boss, Can We Get One of These?

Grand piano shaped swimming pool - a little piece of heaven?

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The Best Practice Room Piano | Petrof P118 M1

The perfect practice piano - The Petrof P118 M1 Petrof P118 M1 Upright Piano leg and straight line detail Petrof logo on a Petrof P118 M1 upright piano Petrof P118 M1 side profile The Petrof P118 M1 is the perfect piano for the smaller practice room, studio or home environment. Small doesn’t mean less when the quality of the [...]

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Extension of the Petrof Family | Rosler 126

Rosler 126 upright piano - part of the Petrof piano family The current trends in piano making has seen all of the worlds leading piano makers develop relationships with Asian factories (mostly in China) in an attempt to make a piano to meet the budget requirements of the beginner or lower end of piano market. These [...]

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Petrof 125 M1 Upright Piano

Petrof 125 M1 upright piano | Class and style combined The Petrof 125 M1 could be looked upon as being the “budget priced” cousin of the Petrof 125 G1. But this isn’t the case. The M1 is a better price than the G1, but this is only because the cabinet is a different style, [...]

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Petrof's 159 Bora Grand Piano - One of the Best?

Petrof's 'Baby' Grand Piano - The Model Bora Petrof has been making pianos in the Bohemian town of Hradec Králové, the Czech Republic for over 150 years. Petrof make pianos of the highest quality by combining the traditional methods and knowledge they have developed over this time with modern design and innovation. The results are remarkable. The [...]

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Luxury at an Affordable Price | Petrof P118 S1

Stylish Petrof P118 S1 Petrof pianos have always been exceptionally good value for money. In fact to buy a German piano of similar build quality you would expect to pay more than twice the price of a Petrof, a good example here is Bluthner Model D with a recommended retail price of £14,500 versus the Petrof [...]

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