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  1. Rosamarie Zimmerman
    October 10, 2020 @ 18:49

    This was a wonderful piece of information. Having been born in Austria, and growing up in Germany, I realized a long time ago that they make the greatest pianos. For years I have wanted to buy a baby-grand. I’m curious as to your opinion of those. There are also a few brands of which I am not familiar. Thank you for enlightening me.


  2. Joselito L. Crucena
    December 11, 2020 @ 02:08

    Nice to know those informative facts.


  3. Suzanne De Lys
    February 8, 2021 @ 17:08

    ThankYou for a superb article on
    My mother learned to play piano as a
    young girl & she owned a ‘Bossendorfer’!
    I have always loved the piano & its
    beautiful melodious sounds-I have a
    small Yamaha key board & love to
    play it often!
    MUSIC is SO IMPORTANT to our
    Long Live the Talented Composers, Pianists & the Fabulous Companies that continue to produce these amazing instruments ! THANK YOU!


  4. C. Richard Westerdale
    March 7, 2021 @ 05:07

    Your article did better than most articles of this type, but they tend to leave out deserving parties; for example, Chris Maene of Ruiselede, Belgium, makes beautiful straight-strung instruments. Stephen Paulello of Villethierry, France, also makes straight-strung pianos and has rethought the entire piano manufacturing process. Wayne Stuart of Tumut, New South Wales, Australia, has built an extraordinary-sounding piano with 108 keys, from CCC to b””’.


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