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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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We're thrilled and delighted to have established this partnership with Steinway to provide the pianos at the Royal Welsh College," says principal Hilary Boulding.
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.
We intend for Steinway Lyngdorf to create a new paradigm in the audio visual industry, and we believe that The Model-D Music System will indeed set a new precedent," said Mr.
The fact that Steinway was on the market put the company in limbo for a full year.
For more information about the WUSF Piano Fund, or to donate toward the purchase of the WUSF Steinway, please contact Cathy Coccia at ccoccia@wusf.
When Steinway first began making pianos in 1853, the cast iron plates were made in an inhouse foundry.
Lieberman tells the story of Steinway & Sons through profiles of the important family members and their respective accomplishments.
As a result, the task of promoting musicians often fell to corporate sponsors, and Steinway & Sons was no exception.
David White, senior sales representative at the New York store, bought his Steinway in 1971 for $5,990, and sold it 15 years later for $16,500, for an average annual return of roughly 20%.
Within the year, Steinway executives will learn if a robotic hand, under development at Columbia University, will prove skillful and sensitive enough to hire.
Most recently, he was with Steinway & Sons as director of institutional sales for the Tulsa, Okla.
According to Sonny Stancarone, the release of the Steinway Spirio Player System in March has the music industry excited.