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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 two musicians don't really expect that becoming Steinway Artists will change their lives, even though they both enjoyed the arrival of that piano in Singapore.
The first 'Imagine Series' arrived at Steinway's London showroom last week.
Steinway, president of the company, to discuss a settlement.
Liverpool Hope University students try out some of the new Steinway pianos Picture: JASON ROBERTS
The result of his whirlwind tour was a new dealer relationship plan called the "Steinway Working Partnership." The core of the program was an offer of expanded, exclusive territories and profit opportunities in exchange for stepped-up commitment from the dealers to display and promote Steinway products.
A further 24 Essex grand and upright pianos, also manufactured within the Steinway Group, will enhance the college's practice and teaching rooms and drama rehearsal spaces.
The shipment includes 62 brand new pianos, including 19 new Stein way grand pianos, one new Stein way concert grand and 18 new Steinway upright pianos.
The event was held, following the donation of a unique Steinway piano by Amman Mayor Omar Maani and Dr Omar Toukan to the National Music Conservatory.
The event was sponsored by bmi, the second largest airline at London Heathrow, following the donation of a unique Steinway piano by Amman Mayor Eng.
The impressive selection of grand and upright pianos seen here with Glen Gough, managing director of Steinway & Sons, included used Steinway instruments rebuilt at the company's London Restoration Centre.
It was completed in Hamburg on September 27, 1971, and shipped to Steinway & Sons in London, where it was bought by Sir Elton.
Somewhere in the New York borough of Queens, the diverse workforce at the 100-plus-year-old Steinway & Sons factory continues to build the renowned, extraordinarily complex concert grand pianos entirely by hand.