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The USA-made Baldwin Model R is one of the more popular living room grands, and this piano lives up to its reputation. Is has a rich tonal color, expansive dynamic range and a long sustain.See Photos
Baldwin has a long-standing history of producing high-quality, well-loved pianos, and this piano is no different. This Baldwin Model R is a true professional grade instrument designed for serious pianists and enthusiasts alike.See Photos
This piano was manufactured in 1952 by the Baldwin Piano Company. Baldwin pianos are known for their "American" quality and beautiful tone. This grandfather piano has been well loved over the years and is still in great shape.See Photos
At 5' 10" (178 cm), the GP-178 Performance Edition is the perfect grand for any teaching studio or music room. This piano offers responsiveness, precision and intuitive grace and is an excellent choice for advancing pianists.See Photos
Introducing the new Performance Edition II by Boston, featuring a bronze-painted and lacquered plate, black felts, and a rescaled bass and treble strings. The Boston PE II builds on the best-in-class features that Boston is known for, including a Hard Rock Maple inner rim and Octagrip™ pinblock.See Photos
This Hyundai grand piano offers a wide dynamic range, broad tonal palette, long sustain, a responsive action, and excellent tuning stability. It is perfect for the advancing pianist looking to take their playing to the next level.See Photos
This Mason & Hamlin was manufactured in 1924, out of Boston, Massachusetts, and it is in excellent condition.See Photos
This pre-owned Samick grand piano was built in 1999 out of the Samick Musical Instrument Company in Inchon, Korea. The piano is finished in Polished Walnut.See Photos
This Schimmel grand piano was manufactured in 1987, under the leadership of the great innovator, Nikolaus Wilhelm Schimmel. Schimmel has been a family owned and operated business ever since its existence in 1885.See Photos
The Model L was introduced by STEINWAY & SONS in 1923 with a redesigned case, cast-iron plate, and scale as compared to the Model O. The Living Room grand gained popularity not only for use in the home and smaller recital spaces, but also as a practice instrument in music conservatories and schools.See Photos
This 1924 STEINWAY Model L is in like-new condition and is ready to be played. It is ideal for homes, practice studios, intimate performance venues and houses of worship.See Photos
This one-of-a-kind piano, made in the USA and signed by Henry Z. Steinway, was ordered by a very discriminating designer who wanted something genuinely unique for a very special client.See Photos
If you are looking for a piano that will transform the power of your playing and withstand even the most scrupulous of pianists, then this STEINWAY Model D should be at the heart of your search.See Photos
This Walnut finished Steinway is a prime example of the Chippendale furniture style with the famous Ball & Claw style leg and foot, with all the grace and distinction of design made famous by Thomas Chippendale, master cabinetmaker of 18th-century England.See Photos
This piano's rich tone, responsive action and manageable size make it perfect for conservatories and many homes as well.See Photos
This piano was lovingly maintained by one-owner, is in exquisite condition, and ready for the next family who aspires to owning one of Steinway’s classic and period-piece instruments.See Photos
This STEINWAY Model M has been remarkably cared for over the years and is in excellent condition. Whether you're playing your favorite Rachmaninoff piece, Chopin Waltz or meadering through a jazz improvisation, this grand piano will bring every note to life.See Photos
In addition to making a significant industrial difference, Walter Dorwin Teague contributed to the world of music through his modern designs of Steinway & Sons pianos. This 5'1" Model S Steinway is one of Teague's designs.See Photos
This 9 ft. Yamaha concert grand piano is a work of art. It is part of the CF III series of Yamaha pianos and was designed with professional pianists in mind.See Photos
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