Steingraeber & Söhne – The Pianist Best Kept Secret Piano

When we think of quality and renowned piano manufacturers of the world, Steingraeber & Söhne no doubt is amongst the best. Their pianos are handcrafted in small quantities in their Bayreuth factory, a Countryside town on the Main River, in Bavaria, Germany, about 145 miles north of Munich, and is home of the Wagner annual Festival. They have been in existence since 1852, and today, the factory is currently owned and operated by the sixth and seventh generation members of the Steingraeber family.  

The prestigious Steingraeber & Söhne pianos since 1852 have been handcrafted in the best tradition of craftsmanship.  The result is an exceptional instrument that allows the modulation of resonance and sound to infinity, offering the pianist the possibility of freely expressing the most subtle nuances of his art. Steingraeber & Söhne specializes in both upright and grand piano models.

For instance, their concert grand piano from Steingraeber is a magnificent instrument, capable of thunderous power while maintaining tone and color clarity throughout the range of the keyboard.  The manufacturer adopts a more European sound palette, in which the sound purity is never overwhelmed by muddiness, particularly in the bass.  Many pianists praise іt аѕ bеіng оnе of thе most distinctive and outstanding instruments on the market today.

This masterpiece has unique features such as the unusual shape of the sound-reflecting rims, the combined star-shaped and half-timbered braces and a perfect touch.  Thе mоѕt uncommon feature, however, is the shape оf thе soundboard in the treble.  The resonating space was newly reconstructed, based on the classical relationship between string length and resonating space.  Piano strings from Steingraeber have about 27% less wood mass to penetrate when compared to other classic piano manufacturers. The final result is a tone with a classic finish. 

Thus, Steingraeber used pianos builders have succeeded in producing a reduction in the output of sound quality that is perfect for the performance of 18th and early 19th-century music, while also being suited to the percussive requirements of the 21st centuries.  This differentiates their concert grand from outstanding grand pianos by other manufacturers.

Steingraeber currently produces some forty uprights and seventy grand pianos each year. Since the company was founded, however, Steingraeber & Söhne has built over 40,000 grand and upright pianos for sale.

For more information Call or Text 832.594.7267 or maggie@chinesepianolady.net

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