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Are Baby Music Classes Worth It?

What is the point of bringing babies to a music class? It seems a little silly sometimes to be bringing a person that can’t even talk or walk yet to a class about singing and dancing! What can they gain from that?   Today, we spoke to Lauren Lucerne MT-BC about...
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The Art of Piano Finishing

The art of piano finishing requires great skill and patience to produce the most beautiful results worthy of a great piano.

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The Cunningham Piano Factory Tour

One of Philadelphia’s best kept secrets is the free Cunningham Piano factory tour at our restoration facilities in Germantown.

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A Musical Tribute to Joseph Cossolini

Joseph Cossolini was born in Hoboken, NJ in the shadow of Manhattan. He attended high school at Hudson Regional Catholic High School in Jersey City. Joe once commented that he was so close to New York in those days that “if the wind blew right you could smell what...
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A Musical Tribute to Joseph Cossolini

Joseph Cossolini was born in Hoboken, NJ in the shadow of Manhattan. He attended high school at Hudson Regional Catholic High School in Jersey City. Joe once commented that he was so close to New York in those days that “if the wind blew right you could smell what...

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Debussy’s Favorite Piano

The Bechstein was Claude Debussy’s favorite piano. The famous French composer once remarked that “Piano music should only be written for the Bechstein.”

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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 customer who very recently bought...

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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 their...

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What is a Piano Belly?

The Piano Belly consists of: 1. A Soundboard, 2. Bridges, 3. The outer rims of the piano, and 3. The Pinblock, all of which provide pitch and amplification.

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