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This 5' 10 ¾" (180cm) grand piano has been a source of joy and inspiration since the very early 1900's. Its sound is particularly warm and rich – far beyond what one would expect from a grand piano that is under 6 feet in length.
For more than a century and a half, the world’s most accomplished pianists have preferred to express their musical genius on Steinway & Sons pianos. The list includes the giants in classical, jazz, and popular music; the men and women who have shaped the world’s musical heritage. Today, more than 98 percent of the world’s active concert pianists choose to perform on Steinway pianos. The joy of playing and owning a Steinway piano, however, is not the exclusive domain of the virtuosi. Rather, it is a world open to all who share a love of music, fine craftsmanship and enduring quality.
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That which distinguishes Steinway pianos, more than all else, is
summed up in the dedication to a single ideal: make the finest pianos in
the world. Where some have substituted mass-produced, synthetic
components to speed production or reduce costs, Steinway applies
technologies and new materials only when they provide proven
enhancements in the piano. Steinway adheres to these principles for one
reason — compromise quality, and you risk the sound, the touch, and
ultimately, the integrity of the instrument.
While Steinway adheres to the traditional values of craftsmanship,
Steinway has also consistently led through innovation. The very earliest
pianos crafted by Steinway were distinguished by their inventive
features — many of which helped define the modern piano. Today, each
Steinway piano is a summation of a commitment to innovation. Each
incorporates over 125 patented features and processes, including the
patented Diaphragmatic® soundboard, Accelerated Action® and Hexagrip®
A Steinway grand piano takes nearly a year to create. Nothing is
hurried. Even the carefully selected woods that make up the rims, top,
soundboards, and actions cure for months in the lumber yard, kilns, and
conditioning rooms before they stabilize at a rigidly specified moisture
content. The rim of the instruments consists of layers of hard rock
maple and with Steinway's bell-quality, full cast-iron plate, withstands
the enormous amount of tension exerted by the strings. The finest
acoustic-quality spruce is fashioned into the delicate curve of the
Diaphragmatic® soundboard, which tapers gently from the center to the
edge, assuring the full, rich Steinway sound.
Ultimately, the pieces —
massive and delicate — come together through the interweaving of the
craft and technology until the instrument is complete. However it is
not a Steinway until voicing gives it the special quality that makes it
unique. Here, every subtle nuance is drawn out by balancing and
adjusting the keys and shaping, hardening or softening each hammer.
In the end, the new piano is transformed from more than 12,000
individual parts into an instrument … and from an instrument into a
Length 5' 11" (180 cm)
Width 57 3/4" (147 cm)
Net Weight 616 pounds (280 kg)
Ebonized or Crown Jewel Collection Veneer
Panel Stock Quarter-sawn poplar corewood cross banded and face veneered.
Solids Ebonized or veneered birch, mahogany, walnut.
Legs Ebonized or veneered birch. Sturdy locking mechanisms allow quick, damage-free removal.
Finish Heavy full-bodied black or clear lacquer (satin), hand-rubbed OR Heavy full-bodied black polyester (high polish), hand-polished.
Hardware Solid brass; polished & lacquered, or chrome or nickel plated.
Made entirely from hard rock maple; 13 laminations; continuous bent, both inner & outer form one single rim; unequaled strength and stability.Thickness: 2 7/16" (6.19 cm)
3 solid spruce with a volume of 1,253 cu. In. (20,528 cm3); Spruce provides tensile strength with less weight. Maple dowels fasten braces to rim producing a single homogenous foundation upon which is built the entire tonal component. A cast iron treble bell, affixed to rim's underside at treble bend, holds plate firmly in position by means of a steel bolt. The S & S iron wedge anchors brace ends securely to crossblock assuring permanent rim posture.
Hexagrip patented design; 7 laminations of quartered hardrock maple stock. Grain symmetrically distributed at successive angles of 45°, 90°, employing grain direction uniformly around the circumference of the tuning pin to provide the ultimate in pin grippage. As a result of this exclusive design, the tuning pin has smoother movement under torque, a more uniform retaining action for solid setting, and a piano which will hold its tuning longer.
Created like the soundboard of violins to give a free and even response throughout the entire scale, it is so constructed as to be 8 mm thick in the center and tapered to 5 mm as it approaches the rim and outer case before being DOUBLE CROWNED. This design permits complete freedom of movement, while acting as a homogenous unit to displace a greater amount of air, thereby creating a richer and more lasting tonal response. Close-grained, quarter-sawn Sitka spruce, a wood having unusual stability and vibrance under stress and vibration, is used exclusively for the soundboard.
Made from durable, resinous sugar pine to assure strong and constant support of string down-bearing on the soundboard. Rib ends are hand-fitted into their mounting surfaces virtually locking in the important soundboard crown.
Treble: Hard rock maple vertical laminations capped with solid hard rock maple; planed to prescribed height, graphite coated, drilled, and notched by hand for precise individual string bearing. Design defies splitting. Bass:Continuous with treble. Maple doweled, glued, and screwed to soundboard.
Overstrung; combination agraffe; Front AND rear duplex. Tension: 41,888 lbs. (19,000 kg)
Plate Sturdy gray iron; filled, CNC-milled, and sealed; bronzed and lacquered.
Premium blued steel with rust-resistant, nickeled heads.
Treble: Twelve whole & one-half sizes from high-tensile Swedish steel.Bass: Swedish steel core wire wound with pure copper. Longest, Agraffe to bridge: 54 1/8" (137 cm)
Premium wool top felt over premium wool under felt; treated to resist insects and moisture. Compression-wired to retain permanent shape. Hard rock maple hammer moldings and shanks.
Horizontal-cut premium wool for effective dampening. Maple heads for endurance.
White, quarter-sawn maple parts are bushed with specially treated wool action cloth for freedom from friction. Parts are anchored in hard maple dowels housed in inflexible seamless brass tubing to assure precise & stable regulation. Exclusive single, combination phosphor bronze repetition & fly spring provides constant, crisp touch response. Specially designed to respond 14% faster fortissimo & 6% faster pianissimo by using an exclusive combination of half-round balance rail bearings and strategically placed key leads.
European spruce, individually weighed-off. Chip-proof, stain-resistant coverings for naturals; slip-proof, delicately abraded ebonized sharps. Tough, durable Linden wood buttons reinforce keys over balance rail permitting maximum tonal power with every strike. Longest: 19" (48.3 cm)
Made from planks of stable, quarter-sawn spruce. Horizontal planks are freely mortised together, while their ends are permanently mortised into vertical planks made of birch, presenting a vented system for humidity escapement while allowing for necessary expansion and contraction. Front center is crowned contrasting the reverse-crowned action frame for snug fit. This design intensifies key movement and prevents "slapping" during heavy playing. Large maple dowel ends provide a solid mount for adjustable brass touch-regulating screws. Thickness: 1 3/4" (4.45 cm)
Heavy, solid brass. Soft, sustaining, and full sostenuto.
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