The newly designed 5’7″ Bösendorfer model 170VC grand piano will make you rethink what is possible in a grand piano of this size. If you want the very best but don’t want redesign your entire living room to have it, this is piano is a the solution.
With other, even revered makers, their sub-6′ pianos are always seen as a compromise, either giving up balance or evenness or clarity of their larger siblings. The Bösendorfer model 170VC offers better control, more nuance, and more ability to express your emotions through your playing than any other piano of its size. It satisfies like no other.
Many people say Bösendorfer’s 130 model sounds like a grand piano; many think it is the best upright piano in
the world. The Bösendorfer model 130 CL is a tremendously elegant design and its proportions are perfectly balanced.
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, Bösendorfer 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. However, its compact size means it is equally at home in a private space.
Visit us to see and try this flawless, virtually unplayed pre-owned Bösendorfer grand piano. This 6’7″ model 200 was ordered new in late 2016, and it looks and plays the same as the day it was delivered. Handmade in Vienna, fewer than 375 Bösendorfer pianos are crafted each year. These treasured instruments are difficult to find so young and so perfect.
This pre-owned Bösendorfer model 200 is an excellent representation of one of Bösendorfer’s most successful and established designs. Known for their exquisite tone and intuitive actions, a Bösendorfer is a musician’s best friend. Even among fine pianos, Bösendorfer consistently sets their pianos apart.
This instrument was ordered with a QRS PNOscan optical record system for in-town living ($3,000 value). With the pull of a lever, you can plug in headphones and practice discreetly anytime, day or night. The optical record strip offers MIDI recording all without altering or compromising the piano’s performance in any way.
Includes original matching artist bench, 5 year PianoWorks warranty. Save $$$$ with this rare opportunity.
The Bösendorfer salon grand model 214VC is happiest demonstrating its concert capabilities at performances in medium-sized concert halls.
Longer keys, a much larger soundboard and longer bass strings distinguish this Bösendorfer Grand from our smaller models. With its concert capabilities, its superb balance and versatility, this model is the top choice for small to medium size concert halls. Model 214 offers a very satisfying level of playing experience and fulfills all the requirements of music schools and conservatories. Its individual sound character enables students to get to know the wide possibilities available for interpretation and tonal shaping, that will help them do justice to the full diversity of musical repertoire.
The Bösendorfer grand piano model 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.
Breathtaking dynamics, astounding colors and exhilarating brilliance: the new Bösendorfer Concert Grand model 280VC – Vienna Concert – represents the culmination of Bösendorfer’s legendary approach to piano manufacturing. The next generation of the Bösendorfer Concert Grand. Pure emotion at play.
Of all our grand pianos, model 290, the Imperial, carries the Bösendorfer DNA, our heritage in its most pronounced form. Historically, this grand piano epitomizes the Bösendorfer 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.
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