Steingraeber | C212 | 7' Grand Piano
In 2009 Steingraeber introduced as a direct descendant of the 1873 Steingraeber Liszt Grand Piano Model 205. It was slightly redesigned to create more power. As you can see from the list below, this particular model has a LOT of fans among serious venues, conductors, teachers and technicians. The reason is it's unparalleled sound and power.
In redesigning the 205, Steingraeber was able to keep the "chamber music" appeal that the 205 set as a standard for over 140 years and was played by Liszt, Straub, Barenboim and many other famous artists and composers.
Additionally, here is a small list of institutions that presently use the C212:
Belfort (Frankreich) Conservatoire neuer Kammermusiksaal 2015, Dresden Hochschule für Musik, Essen Folkwang Universität der Künste, Hannover Hochschule für Musik, Helsinki (Finland) Sibelius Akademie, Karlsruhe Hochschule für Musik, Linz (Austria) neue Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität, Łódź Academy (Poland), Luzern (Switzerland) Hochschule für Musik, Munich Hochschule für Musik, Stockholm (Sweden) Royal Swedish Academy Stockholm, Vienna (Austria) Musikuniversität
As with any other Steingraeber, this piano can be customized to your color palate or if you want Sordino pedal and Mozart rail, with or without player system, etc.
Due to our contractual agreement with our manufacturer we are unable to print prices online. Therefore, we request that you visit our showroom for pricing information and see the models.
There are to many options available to list so we created a standard list of most asked questions.
- Brass Hardware Or Customizable
- Roslau Treble Strings, Copper Wound Handmade by Steingraeber
- Renner Hammers Using Exclusive Steingraeber Materials And Shape
- Local Bavarian Spruce Soundboard Made By Steingraeber
- Length: 7'
- Width: 61″
- Weight: 801 LBS