Steingraeber & Sohne C-212 Chamber Grand Piano was introduced at the beginning of 2009 and is a direct descendant of the 1873 Steingraeber Liszt Grand Piano Model 205.
Steingraeber have recently adapted it to the dynamic requirements of the 21st century. However Steingraeber have also preserved for Steingraeber & Sohne C-212 Chamber Grand Piano the chamber-music appeal of the 205, which, for 140 years, has captivated pianists from Franz Liszt and Richard Strauß to Daniel Barenboim.
Due to its precisely-differentiated characteristics, rich sound spectrum and even registers, the luxurious Steingraeber C-212 Chamber Grand Piano is frequently used for song recitals, chamber music, New Music concerts, and, needless to say, at various universities of music throughout the world (for example Hannover, Helsinki, Lucerne and Paris).
All Steingraeber & Sohne pianos are handcrafted in Bayreuth, Bavaria using the time-honoured tradition of piano building and are among the finest instruments produced by an elite group of manufacturers.
Steingraeber & Sohne adhere to piano making principles that see their pianos deliver the finest quality in sound touch and appearance. Acoustics, cabinetry, and action mechanism - these are all components of Classic piano building that views ALL components as sound sources and, without exception, uses natural, resonating materials that require custom adjustment and precision work.
This is what allows the pianist to modify the luxury sound of the Steingraber. The Steingraeber action mechanism and pedals are also built to provide maximum control over their music, allowing it to flow through themselves and the audience. Any pianist who touches the keys of this Steingraeber will form an emotional connection with the piano immediately.
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Piano Dimensions - Length: 213cm | Width: 155cm
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Come in and play this or any of the other pianos in our complete piano range, we have pianos for all budgets and playing standards. Bring some sheet music and take your time to choose a piano that is perfect for you.