Bechstein


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Bechstein

Karl. 1826--1900, German piano maker; founder (1853) of the Bechstein company of piano manufacturers in Berlin
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After visiting the National Gallery, or Hertford House, or hearing Brahms or Beethoven at the Bechstein Hall, she would come back to find a new person awaiting her, in whose soul were imbedded some grains of the invaluable substance which she still called reality, and still believed that she could find.
Bechstein to reproduce incredible and iconic sounds," said Stephen Schmidt, Vice President of Casio's Electronic Musical Instrument Division.
It's a Bechstein from 1910 and it's a lovely walnut wood.
Rehbinder B, Wullstein Ch, Bechstein WO, Probst M, Engels K, Kriener S, Dobert N, Schwarz W, Brixner V, Steffan D, Gauer S, Geiger H, Hauser IA.
The property was acquired by Faust Harrison Pianos, America's largest independent retailer of fully rebuilt "vintage era" Steinway and Mason & Hamlin pianos, and a leading dealer in new Yamaha, Mason & Hamlin, Brodmann, Bechstein, and Schimmel pianos.
Bechstein the pianos maker, Konigliche Porzellan Manufactur KPM of porcelain and Burmester of Audiosystems.
A 1907 Bechstein grand piano that was used by Sir Paul McCartney and John Lennon to compose the tracks of the film was sold for 57,500 pounds to a South American collector.
The 1907 Bechstein Concert Grand piano was sold to a South American collector, while two unknown United Kingdom telephone customers were the successful bidders for the coats.
Modern pianos tend to be worth under a grand with the exception of those made by Bluthner, Bechstein and Steinway.
Kogel featured several works on a Bechstein piano, including Schumann's Zwolf symphonische Etuden, op.