What I Love About The Cunningham Parlour Grand

What I Love About The Cunningham Parlour Grand

Cunningham Parlour Grand

Cunningham Piano Company has been around since 1891, and for much of its early history it made some of the finest American-built pianos. After World War 2, the company shifted its focus to restoring and rebuilding old pianos to make them like new.

A little over 10 years ago, Cunningham returned to building its own brand of pianos – the 5’10” Cunningham Parlour Grand is the culmination of years of restoration expertise, custom redesigns of most of the major piano components (soundboard, bridge placement, sand-cast frame, custom built Abel hammers), and collaboration with esteemed piano scale designer Frank Emerson, who has done piano scale design work for the likes of Baldwin, Mason & Hamlin, and currently works with Steinway & Sons.

There’s a remarkable richness to the sound of the Cunningham Parlour Grand and a tonal palette that one would expect from a premium brand piano at a much higher price point. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

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