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The Cunningham Concert Grand Piano

The Cunningham Concert Grand Piano

The Matchless Cunningham 9 ft. Concert Grand Piano is the result of over 120 years of manufacturing, rebuilding, and restoration experience. Thanks to our experience working with instruments from the best manufacturers in the world, we’ve integrated the best...
A Piano Keyboard for Small Hands

A Piano Keyboard for Small Hands

In this video, we take a look at a piano keyboard for small hands. Specifically, this is a Cunningham Parlour Grand fitted with a Donnison-Steinbuhler 5.5 7/8 reduced size (or alternate size) keyboard. The 7/8 keyboard fits 8 notes into the span of 7 on a regular...
The Cunningham Baby Grand Piano

The Cunningham Baby Grand Piano

The Cunningham Baby Grand Piano is a 5 foot piano that sounds much bigger than it looks. Kind of like Doctor Who’s TARDIS looks bigger on the inside than on the outside…but I’m letting my geekdom show here 😉 Cunningham stopped making their own pianos...
Estonia Grand Piano Model L190

Estonia Grand Piano Model L190

This Estonia grand piano model L190 is a beautiful 6’3″ instrument, featuring the finest European materials and craftsmanship. Baltic hardwood rims, top quality German steel for the strings that are hand-wound with copper in Estonia, and premium Renner...
A Tale of Two b’s: The Yamaha b1 and b1 Silent Upright Pianos

A Tale of Two b’s: The Yamaha b1 and b1 Silent Upright Pianos

In this video, we take a look at 2 Yamaha b1 upright pianos – an acoustic only version, and the b1 Silent, which adds the ability to silence the acoustic piano, plug in headphones, and practice with the sounds of a digital piano which can be recorded. The Yamaha...
The Yamaha CX Series Grand Pianos

The Yamaha CX Series Grand Pianos

Globalization has made a major impact on how pianos can be made. The new CX Series of Yamaha Grands is an excellent example of how a collaboration between multiple facilities in different countries can benefit everyone. Yamaha was founded in 1887 and is the most...

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