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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Johann Matthaus Bechstein, Kurze aber grundliche Musterung aller bisher mit Recth oder Unrechtvon dem Jager als schadlich geachteten undgetodeten Thiere (Gotha, 1792), p.
Herbst H, Wege T, Milani S, Pellegrini G, Orzechowski HD, Bechstein WO, et al.
For example, of the major firms whose archives are in Britain, the Wheatstone & Co concertina archives date from 1834 onwards; (10) the flute archives of Rudall, Rose & Carte from 1821 to 1939; (11) the Boosey & Hawkes woodwind and brass archives from 1851 to 2002; (12) and the Bechstein piano archives from 1880 to 1946.
It's a Bechstein from 1910 and it's a lovely walnut wood.
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.
Modern pianos tend to be worth under a grand with the exception of those made by Bluthner, Bechstein and Steinway.
Sabine Offermann, a star of the German operatic stage at the time, rehearsed in the family's music room, which was outfitted with a Bechstein grand.
In the fairy tales of the best-selling collections by the Grimm brothers and Ludwig Bechstein, cruelty, poverty, and hardship inevitably dissolve to yield a "happily ever after.
It was a Bechstein, my father explained when I returned home.