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Steinway

Henry (Engelhard), original name Heinrich Engelhardt Steinweg. 1797--1871, US piano maker, born in Germany

Steinway

famous name in concert pianos. [Am. Cult.: Misc.]
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On the first day of the new term (September 6 2012), Durham School took delivery of a total of 14 Steinway pianos.
The couple has four Steinways at their Eugene home, including a 9-foot concert grand with a bit of a history.
Star attraction is a pounds 110,000 Steinway D concert grand, one of the finest instruments in the world, which was lifted into the building by a specialist crane before taking its place alongside the others in the new state-of-the-art Hope Theatre.
Steinway & Sons, maker of legendary hand-crafted pianos, found itself in the middle a slowdown crisis when CEO Bruce Stevens joined the firm in 1985.
Steinert & Sons will still be selling Steinways, even as the Worcester store closes, having sold one from there just last week, said Mr.
We have no presence in Birmingham at all at present, so I think this is the largest collection of Steinway the city has ever seen.
He started when he was married to keep his sexual record,'' said Henry Steinway, William Steinway's grandson and the heir of the neatly penned journals.
Saliba, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Steinway Hall - Dallas/Fort Worth/Plano, has announced that the Dallas piano showroom will open its doors Thursday, December 3, through Sunday, December 6, to buyers who have been waiting for the right time to invest in a Steinway or Steinway-designed Boston or Essex piano.
Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853 by Henry E Steinway with a pledge that he would "make no compromise in quality".
A new Hamburg Steinway concert grand piano now sits on the stage of Mechanics Hall.
Stevens has been president of Steinway & Sons since 1985.