The Cunningham Baby Grand Piano

The Cunningham Baby Grand Piano

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 in World War II, but resumed about 10 years ago, utilizing their extensive knowledge of the best materials from their years of piano rebuilding and with the help of famed piano scale designer George F. Emerson. The result is the Cunningham Baby Grand Piano, which features an incredibly warm, rich tone in a small form factor.

Watch the video below to hear the Cunningham Baby Grand for yourself.

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