Grand Pianos

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Jean-Henri Pape
... Heinrich Pape 1787 – 2 February 1875) was a distinguished French piano maker in the early 19th century ... in Paris in 1811 and secured employment with Pleyel, whose piano workshops he directed for several years ... In 1815, he established his own manufacture of pianos, and almost annually for nearly forty years improved them with new inventions ...
List Of Yamaha Products - Musical Instruments - Pianos - Grand Pianos
... CF series (full length concert grand) C6 Concert Grand G2 Grand piano FC / CF CFIII CFIIIS CF4 CF6 CFX C series (including several G) G1 / C1 DC1A G2 / C2 G2F / DG2FII C3 #35 / G5 / new ...
Steingraeber & Söhne - Models - Grand Pianos
... The line of grand pianos includes the following models 170 (5'7"), 205 (6'9"), 212 (6'11"), D232 (7'7"), and E272 (8'11") ...
Paino - Pedals - Standard Pedals
... Pianos have had pedals, or some close equivalent, since the earliest days ... In the 18th century, some pianos used levers pressed upward by the player's knee instead of pedals.) Most grand pianos in the US have three pedals the soft pedal (una corda), sostenuto, and sustain pedal (from ... Most modern upright pianos also have three pedals soft pedal, practice pedal and sustain pedal, though older or cheaper models may lack the practice pedal ...
Modern Piano - Pedals - Standard Pedals
... Pianos have had pedals, or some close equivalent, since the earliest days ... In the 18th century, some pianos used levers pressed upward by the player's knee instead of pedals.) Most grand pianos in the US have three pedals the soft pedal (una corda), sostenuto, and ... Most modern upright pianos also have three pedals soft pedal, practice pedal and sustain pedal, though older or cheaper models may lack the practice pedal ...

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