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Piano Voicing: Can You Hear The Difference?

Piano Voicing: Can You Hear The Difference?

Piano voicing is the process of adjusting the density of the felts covering the hammers striking the string to produce a warmer or brighter tone. In this video, we will see how a piano is voiced and hear what a difference it can make to the piano’s overall...
A Perfectly Optimized Schimmel 189 Grand Piano

A Perfectly Optimized Schimmel 189 Grand Piano

In this video, we visit the “finishing room” at Cunningham Piano Co.’s Germantown factory to sample a Schimmel 189 6’3″ grand piano that has been perfectly optimized. Here at Cunningham Piano Company we occasionally get a call from a...
Beating the Summer Learning Loss

Beating the Summer Learning Loss

It’s absolutely no secret or surprise that students lose some of what they’ve spent their school year learning over their summer break. The surprising part is surprising is that some students can lose up to 2-3 months of reading and math skills–up to 1/3 of...
The Music School at Cunningham Piano Co.

The Music School at Cunningham Piano Co.

We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Music School at Cunningham Piano Company! Cunningham Piano Music School has scoured the area for the best teachers who are passionate about sharing their love of music and helping you achieve your musical goals. We provide...
What is a Piano Belly?

What is a Piano Belly?

The Piano Belly consists of: A Soundboard Bridges The outer rims of the piano The Pinblock. The Soundboard, made typically of spruce, acts as an acoustic amplifier. The Bridge works as a transducer, transferring the vibrations of the strings to the soundboard. The rim...

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