Keyboard collection

Bechstein

Grand piano

Bechstein
(Berlin)
Date unknown (early-1930s?)
Action invented by Emanuel Moór
(On loan from Larry Sitsky)

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Blüthner

Grand piano

Blüthner
Serial no. 84277
(Leipzig, ca. 1911)
2.6m.

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Carl Rönisch

Grand piano

Carl Rönisch
(Dresden, 1880)
Serial No. 8461
2.6m

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Classical keyboard

Piano

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Érard

Grand piano

Érard
Serial no. 42623
(Paris, ca.1866)
2.1m

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Henry Henrion

Square Piano

Henrion 
Upper Rhine (1780)
Square Piano 
1.65m 
5-octave.

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Hornung & Möller

Square Piano

Hornung & Möller
Copenhagen, no. 4454 (1862)
Square Piano 
1.85m 
7-octaves (a-a) 

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