What I Love About This 1993 Petrof 190 Grand Piano

What I Love About This 1993 Petrof 190 Grand Piano

190 Grand Piano in Black Color

Petrof pianos are made in the Czech Republic. In my experience, most Petrof pianos have a rather harsh, metallic sound – fine for punching out powerful pieces that require maximum volume, but they can be difficult to control when playing soft, delicate music.

This 1993 Petrof 190 Grand Piano, a 6′ instrument (serial number 521 562), was recently rebuilt by Cunningham Piano Company, and is a stunning example of what happens when master craftsmen actually improve on the original piano’s design.

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