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The grand piano 225 model is built for the stage. Its inimitable sound derives from a combination of experience, skilled craftsmanship, technological expertise, musicality and benefits for the customer. After all, we only build what is of service to you.  Anyone who has ever encountered its expressive diversity and inimitably rich, moving sound has experienced something very special indeed. Playing this instrument is an uplifting feeling; experiencing its musical spectrum is equally so.  Its size and construction allow this piano to produce a rich palette of sound colors, from the softest pianissimo to the loudest fortissimo. Four additional sub-bass keys also extend the bass range to bottom F.  No wonder that, as well as being a popular choice for concert performances, the Bosendorfer 225 model is also very highly thought of as an instrument for private use. 3.823621

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Sharing pleasure with others - dialogue between musicians, communication with an eager audience. All the force of forte and softness of piano can be achieved with Concert's modern 225 dimensions.Certificate »Made in Germany« from the association of the German piano manufacturersThe BVK introduced the new certificate to increase market transparency for potential customers of high quality grand and upright pianos. The strict guidelines of the BVK, which requires a 100% production in Germany must be fulfilled for all instruments produced under the certified brand names by the respective manufacturers. After successful certification, GROTRIAN now has the right to use the logo of the BVK »Made in Germany« for all their instruments, as well as to promote them with the certificate.3.27739

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Another rare find from PianoWorks, we originally sold this Grotrian model 225 Concert in 2007.  At 7'4" long, this piano is a true semi-concert grand piano, suitable for small to medium halls, recording studios, or large living rooms of a discerning piano connoisseur.  Grotian remains among the elite piano makers of the world along side Bösendorfer, Steinway (Hamburg), C.Bechstein, Fazioli and few others.  Grotrian pianos are known for their performance as well as their unending attention to detail.The first owner of this piano was an avid adult pianist, kept in a fine home, regularly serviced and protected with a Dampp-Chaser humidity control system.Finding a young, pre-owned Grotrian is no small task, and this is your best opportunity to play and experience this amazing piano for thousands less than new.  If New, MSRP for this Grotrian Concert is $122,834 (The Piano Buyer, Spring 2016 - Larry Fine).This piano was also signed by Grotrian CEO Burkhard Stein.The piano includes artist bench & 5 year parts & labor warranty.Certificate »Made in Germany« from the association of the German piano manufacturersThe BVK introduced the new certificate to increase market transparency for potential customers of high quality grand and upright pianos. The strict guidelines of the BVK, which requires a 100% production in Germany must be fulfilled for all instruments produced under the certified brand names by the respective manufacturers. After successful certification, GROTRIAN now has the right to use the logo of the BVK »Made in Germany« for all their instruments, as well as to promote them with the certificate.3.27739

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Grand Bohemian Limited Edition by Kessler is one of the newest art case pianos from Bösendorfer.  The instrument is a 7'4" model 225, but the cabinet is the result of a collaborative work with international artist Franco Castelluccio and entrepreneur Richard Kessler—owner of the highly acclaimed Grand Bohemian boutique hotels and a passionate art collector—resulting in a piano which is as much a work of art as it is a musical instrument.  Limited to just 9 instruments, contact us today to place your order for this statement piece.To learn more or for larger photos, please visit www.boesendorfer.com.0.2711339

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Estonia Piano Company has introduced their first new model in over a decade.  The highly anticipated Estonia model L225 was introduced to the U.S. in January of 2011 to fantastic critical reviews.  The L225 offers all of the range needed of a semi-concert grand piano.  The Renner action gives the pianist the finest control from ppp to fff.  The Estonia model L225 offers a hand-crafted instrument of the finest quality for all to enjoy.  This is the must-play piano before you go any further.The Estonia L225 also features an inner rim lined in Karelian Birch just like the full concert grand.  Includes traditional Estonia (Jansen) Artist bench or optional HM Hydraulic Artist bench (shown).0.8401449

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Hidrau Model, or HM, has been manufacturing many of the finest piano benches in Europe for years.  Now available in the U.S.A., these contemporary style benches are quickly becoming the most sought after for their purposeful and clean design, their sturdy construction, and their luxurious comfort.With this design, height adjustments are quick and easy by controlling a lever.  There are no knobs that stick out, no complex mechanism to service, no linkage that causes the bench to wobble or rock over time.  This bench is also longer (30") than standard artists benches (often room for two).  The height range is over 5" when most good artist benches have a range of 3".  They are perfect for performance halls, for teaching studios (where student after student needs a different height), and they are also great for European uprights like Seiler, Schimmel, and C. Bechstein that tend to have a higher key height. Metal Construction, no wobbly legs Silent Mechanism High density foam cushion for support Rounded edges for comfort Vinyl Upholstery, stonger than leather and easier to care for No knobs, quick lever operation No wobbling or rocking screw-type mechanism Height ranges from 18.25" to 23.5" Weighs a moderate 32 lbs *The HM Hydraulic bench is actually a misnomer.  It uses a superior Pneumatic mechanism with compressed air to facilitate height adjustments.  Similar Hydraulic piano benches from other manufacturers use fluid mechanisms that, if they fail, can leave an oily mess.0.3948879

$699.00
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Hidrau Model, or HM, has been manufacturing many of the finest piano benches in Europe for years.  Now available in the U.S.A., these contemporary style benches are quickly becoming the most sought after for their purposeful and clean design, their sturdy construction, and their luxurious comfort.With this design, height adjustments are quick and easy by controlling a lever.  There are no knobs that stick out, no complex mechanism to service, no linkage that causes the bench to wobble or rock over time.  This bench is also longer (30") than standard artists benches (often room for two).  The height range is over 5" when most good artist benches have a range of 3".  They are perfect for performance halls, for teaching studios (where student after student needs a different height), and they are also great for European uprights like Seiler, Schimmel, and C. Bechstein that tend to have a higher key height. Metal Construction, no wobbly legs Silent Mechanism High density foam cushion for support Rounded edges for comfort Premium Leather upholstery for best look & feel No knobs, quick lever operation No wobbling or rocking screw-type mechanism Height ranges from 18.25" to 23.5" Weighs a moderate 32 lbs *The HM Hydraulic bench is actually a misnomer.  It uses a superior Pneumatic mechanism with compressed air to facilitate height adjustments.  Similar Hydraulic piano benches from other manufacturers use fluid mechanisms that, if they fail, can leave an oily mess.0.3948879

$849.00
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Hidrau Model, or HM, has been manufacturing many of the finest piano benches in Europe for years.  Now available in the U.S.A., these contemporary style benches are quickly becoming the most sought after for their purposeful and clean design, their sturdy construction, and their luxurious comfort.With this design, height adjustments are quick and easy by controlling a lever.  There are no knobs that stick out, no complex mechanism to service, no linkage that causes the bench to wobble or rock over time.  This bench is as long (26") as other premium artists benches.  The height range is over 5" when most good artist benches have a range of 3".  They are perfect for performance halls, for teaching studios (where student after student needs a different height), and they are also great for European uprights like Seiler, Schimmel, and C. Bechstein that tend to have a higher key height. Metal Construction, no wobbly legs Silent Mechanism High density foam cushion for support Rounded edges for comfort Vinyl Upholstery, stonger than leather and easier to care for No knobs, quick lever operation No wobbling or rocking screw-type mechanism Height ranges from 17.75" to 23" Weighs a moderate 32 lbs *The HM Hydraulic bench is actually a misnomer.  It uses a superior Pneumatic mechanism with compressed air to facilitate height adjustments.  Similar Hydraulic piano benches from other manufacturers use fluid mechanisms that, if they fail, can leave an oily mess.0.3948879

$599.00
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This extra-long duet bench is the currently the widest adjustable bench on the market.  At 43" wide, this bench will accommodate 4-hands and possibly 6-hands piano.Hidrau Model, or HM, has been manufacturing many of the finest piano benches in Europe for years.  Now available in the U.S.A., these contemporary style benches are quickly becoming the most sought after for their purposeful and clean design, their sturdy construction, and their luxurious comfort.With this design, height adjustments are quick and easy by controlling a lever.  There are no knobs that stick out, no complex mechanism to service, no linkage that causes the bench to wobble or rock over time.  This bench is also longer (43"") than standard artists benches (easily room for two).  The height travels over 5" when most good artist benches have a range of 3".  They are perfect for performance halls, for teaching studios (where student after student needs a different height), and they are also great for European uprights like Grotrian, Seiler, Schimmel, Steingraeber & Söhne, and C. Bechstein that tend to have a higher keyboard height. Metal Construction, no wobbly legs Silent Mechanism High density foam cushion for support Rounded edges for comfort Vinyl Upholstery, stonger than leather and easier to care for No knobs, quick lever operation No wobbling or rocking screw-type mechanism Height ranges from 18.25" to 23.5" Weighs a moderate 42 lbs *The HM Hydraulic bench is actually a misnomer.  It uses a superior Pneumatic mechanism with compressed air to facilitate height adjustments.  Similar Hydraulic piano benches from other manufacturers use fluid mechanisms that, if they fail, can leave an oily mess.0.3939711

$899.00
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Many people say Bosendorfer’s 130 CL model sounds like a grand piano; many think it is the best upright piano in the world.  Naturally it benefits from all the expertise of their craftsmen just as their grand pianos do. By definition it has all the advantages of an upright piano over a grand piano: it is smaller and needs less space, it is easier to acquire and is more affordable. The precision installation of the mechanics is designed to deliver optimal playability and maximum control without loss of power transmission. Model 130 CL is a tremendously elegant design and its proportions are perfectly balanced. In other words, it is a beauty.  It is probably the easiest way to share the exclusive, world-famous Bosendorfer name. 0.1395507

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Constant contact with the world’s greatest pianists and most eminent conductors enabled Bosendorfer to draw up a detailed “wish list” for the concert grand model 280.  This profile is now a reality through a combination of many new technical developments and special respect for our great musical heritage. The Bosendorfer principle of construction views the entire instrument as a cohesive whole. This is what allows them to achieve the uniquely rich sound colors and characteristic singing timbre, of which the concert grand model 280 is living proof. A new model created for the 21st century, the concert grand is multi-talented. It can hold its own against the forces of a large orchestra yet has all the sensitivity required for an accompanying role in a chamber music setting.  In the bass it has a clarity and fundamental tone that no instrument has achieved ever before. Tradition and innovation in association with the best pianists in the world: the stage is yours! 0.1320574

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Beauty of sound cannot be measured in centimeters.  The 170 model is specially designed for smaller living spaces – which means you can even enjoy the inimitably rich sound of a Bosendorfer at home. But what does small mean? The 170 model weighs 314 kilograms and has dimensions of 146 x 170 centimeters. A formidable presence. This piano is built by hand using the highest-quality materials. The sound quality in the bass, in particular, and the range of tonal colors are exceptional for a piano of this size. Its action allows the fastest of repetitions and it has a very precise playing feel. The 170 model is traditionally finished in highly polished black but can also be finished in a variety of veneers including bird's eye maple, burr walnut, amboyna, rosewood, pyramid mahogany, pommele or any other desired finish.  And the most beautiful thing of all: it is a Bosendorfer.0.1281656

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