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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.0.845123

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Of all grand pianos, the Imperial model 290, carries the Bosendorfer DNA, Bosendorfer heritage in its most pronounced form. Historically, this grand piano epitomizes the Bosendorfer grand piano of the 19th century. Originally built following a suggestion by composer Ferruccio Busoni, the Imperial has 97 keys, i.e. eight full octaves. This expanded range allows faithful performances of a number of compositions by Bartók, Debussy, Ravel and, not least, Busoni. Combining a very powerful sound-board and a high proportion of sound-spruce from the Fiemme Valley in the South Tyrol, this piano’s sound is almost orchestral.  The Bosendorfer “resonating box principle” which views the entire instrument as a cohesive whole, generates unsurpassed power and a poignantly full tone. Model 290 is our only standard grand piano model to have acquired an epithet when it was first built in around 1900: Imperial (lat. imperare, to order, command).  Its commanding presence in some of the world’s great concert halls sets the standard by which other grand pianos are judged. 0.7684023

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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! 0.7420797

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The salon grand model 214 is happiest demonstrating its concert capabilities at performances in medium-sized concert halls.  This is where its strengths can come to the fore: optimal sound transparency, sheer delight in playing, precision of touch, unsurpassed fullness of sound, dynamic control and a sustained tonal character that will be warmly applauded. Salon grands rose in popularity at the start of the Biedermeier period (the style in painting, literature and furniture from around 1815 to 1848). During that era, an important role was played in Viennese musical life by elegantly furnished salons where the foremost composers of their day would present their works. During the 19th century, salons developed into exclusive gathering places for Austria’s aristocratic and bourgeois society. The Bosendorfer 214 model is, naturally, also eminently suitable for private spaces. 0.7291536

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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.0.72316

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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. 0.7177485

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The 185 model brings worlds together: The world of the home and the world of public performance. It creates a bridge between private space and public space. Why?  Because it can; it is, quite simply, capable of creating this link – in terms of both construction and performance. Its dynamic features make it ideal for more intimate performances in front of a small audience, whilst its sonorous sound is the unmistakable hallmark of a member of the great house of Bosendorfer. That same expertise has gone into its development; the same expert hands that create the full concert grands have brought it to life.  Its responsive touch and unique tonal character mean you will experience some exquisite musical moments in the company of your friends. 0.712016

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Music schools love it. Conservatories love it. And who knows? Maybe you will learn to love it too. The 200 model has been enormously popular for more than fifty years. By creating it, Bosendorfer has produced a piano that clearly longs for its tonal and dynamic affinities to come under scrutiny alongside those of its “big brothers”, which is why it is so often the choice of professional teachers at conservatories and music schools. But its compact size means it is equally at home in a private space. In playing terms, it has the famous, rich, moving Bosendorfer sound and everything else that makes a genuine Bosendorfer what it is: playability, superior quality workmanship and mechanical design in terms of repetition and stability, optimal use of materials to create the best sound possible and lasting value.0.7032691

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Beauty of sound cannot be measured in centimeters.  The 170CS model is specially designed for smaller living spaces, studios or practice rooms – which means you can even enjoy the inimitably rich sound of a Bosendorfer in still more places. But what does small mean?  The 170CS 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 170CS model is designated as Conservatory Series.  Only certain sizes typically used in conservatory settings are chosen for the CS series, 170CS, 185CS, 200CS & 214CS. All CS models are finished in matte black and share additional cosmetic distinctions.  These are the open music desk, a slant bevel on the front keyslip and a soft-round bevel on the lid.  The construction and performance standards are identical to non-CS models. And the most beautiful thing of all: it is a Bosendorfer.0.69175

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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. 0.6229411

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Vienna and music are inseparable. Vienna is inextricably linked with Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn, Franz Schubert, Arnold Schoenberg, to name just a few. World-famous concepts such as the Viennese waltz, the Vienna Boys’ Choir and the Vienna Philharmonic epitomize Vienna’s image as the music capital of the world.  Vienna is also the city where Ignaz Bosendorfer founded his company on 25 July 1828 after completing his apprenticeship as a piano builder. The company has always kept one thing close to its heart: the determination to build the best grand pianos in the world.  We view the Bosendorfer Vienna model as a homage to the city which loves and lives music like no other city in the world.  With its fine carved and inlay work in the noblest materials, amboyna wood veneer and 19th-century-inspired stylistic features, this grand piano combines the very roots of musicality with 21st-century technical and craftsman expertise. 0.5765665

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The European transitional style between late Baroque and Classicism is called “Louis-seize” after Louis XVI of France. Classicism’s return to the world of Antiquity led to a taste for naturalistic forms, such as baskets of flowers, willow boughs, garlands of fruit, ribbons, swags and classical ornaments. Marie Antoinette herself – wife of Louis XVI – is said to have sparked off the rediscovery of naturalistic décor.  Rediscovery and a return to the past, the search for meaning and lasting value and things that can be relied on in life: these are all recurring themes to which thinking people have come back time and again throughout the ages.  Since 1828, music-lovers have known that there is one thing they can rely on: our determination to build the best pianos and grand pianos in the world. The value of a Bosendorfer is longer lasting than one lifetime … 0.5643114

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