The Art of the Piano
Starting with spruce that is naturally air-dried for up to 5 years, Bösendorfer pianos incorporate timeless traditions with brilliant engineering. From Bösendorfer’s signature Resonance Case to their meticulously crafted open pinblock design and unique independent Capo d’Astro, only 300 instruments are lovingly handcrafted each year.
Treasured By Royalty. Beloved By Musical Giants
The Bösendorfer piano has inspired generations of artists and music aficionados. Legendary masters like Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms, Johann Strauss, Oscar Peterson, Tori Amos and Valentina Lisitsa cherish the embodiment of the "Viennese Sound" in their Bösendorfer pianos.
Vienna has a cultural and musical history unmatched by any other city in the world. During the 19th century, many of the world’s most respected musicians lived and worked there. Mozart, Beethoven, Clementi, Haydn, Schubert, and many others called Vienna home during their careers. Ignaz Bösendorfer was born into this rich culture and built his first instrument there in 1828.
Franz Liszt quickly discovered the Bösendorfer. Liszt’s praise and use of this instrument brought Bösendorfer fame almost overnight. The Austrian Emperor conferred the title of “Imperial Royal Court and Chamber Piano Manufacturer” on Bösendorfer and quickly this piano became the choice of royal courts and musicians throughout Europe.
Today the Bösendorfer piano is synonymous with excellence and culture in Austria. It is a source of tremendous pride and is considered a national treasure. In fact, for almost a century, Vienna’s Musikverein building, one of the most elegant and renowned centers of classical music worldwide, also houses the Bösendorfer salon, which is a paradise for anyone who loves pianos.
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Featured Bosendorfer Pianos
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Year of Manufacture: 1985 Condition: Excellent - this piano would be equally at home in a living room or a recital hall. The expression available to the pianist from the smallest pianissimo to the most dramatic fortissimo are at the player's fingertips. This beautiful...read more
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From piano tunings to voicing and keyboard regulations, cabinet repairs and full restorations, our team of dedicated artisans and craftsmen are world-renowned for their quality and expertise. We can help keep your piano sounding and looking pristine, and make older pianos look and sound brand new.