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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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The Mikesell residence was filled with art, amazing performances exquisite food and a stunning Steinway piano donated by Park Avenue 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.
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.
NEW YORK, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- During the past 12 months, Park Avenue Pianos have displayed their Golden Age Steinway Grand pianos alongside both Rolls Royce and Tesla Motors at two exclusive events.
In fact, the Steinway System is considered to be the "modern piano," and all companies will have bits and pieces of it.
Burwell's compositions have been featured in many recent motion pictures such as Where The Wild Things Are, The Blind Side and even the record-breaking Twilight franchise, proving that the superior tonal quality of Steinway is contributing to 21[sup.
Ron Losby, President, Steinway & Sons - Americas, welcomed Spektor to this exclusive roster adding: "I could not be happier to welcome such a wonderful one-of-a-kind musician and artist to Steinway.
Steinway was the second president of Steinway & Sons and served the company from 1876 until 1896.
Becoming one of only 19 prestigious "All Steinway Schools" in the country, the Mary Pappert School of Music at Duquesne University, Trombino Music Centers and Steinway & Sons will sign an agreement of intent as part of a ceremony to be held at The Andy Warhol Museum on Monday, Dec.