Mason & Hamlin Model A 1915, refinished and partial restoration 20 years ago. New pins, strings, new keytops, several cracks in soundboard shimmed, ebony gloss finish. Finish not perfect. Action just regulated. Sounds and plays great. Rich, robust, classic Mason & Hamlin Model A tone. Local Long Island, NYC, tri-state area shipping only. questions call or e-mail Sonny 631 475-8046 or firstname.lastname@example.org Come see and play it at our warehouse 1626 Locust Avenue, Bohemia Long Island NY 11716
Originally built in 1872 but rebuilt in 1997 with new strings, pins, pinblock, shimmed soundboard, new Renner hammers and shanks, new rocker wippens, new high gloss black finish. Classic Bechstein round European tonal quality. Original great condition ivory keys. 85 keys, two pedals. Questions? Call Sonny at 631 – 475 – 8046. or e-mail email@example.com
Beautiful Art Case Steinway Chippendale Style Model M 5’7” with “Ball & Claw” feet, Chippendale style legs, decorative music desk and pedal lyre. Just refinished satin ebony with hand pained gold trim, very rare to see one this color. One previous owner, all excellent condition Steinway Parts, new pins and strings just put on. Sublime classic Steinway M tone. Action just regulated, hammers voiced. Questions? Speak with Sonny at 631-475-8046. Worldwide shipping call for price quote. We install PianoDisc IQ Player Systems!
Art Case Stroud Piano with Beautiful Hand Painted Chinoiserie Style Landscape paintings representing peace, tranquility, music, dancing, nature, wealth, beauty, happiness, prosperity, health and rejuvenation. Piano was manufactured in NYC in 1930’s and hand painted soon after. We just had two artists restore the paintings and our technicians refurbished the piano. The heavily carved decorative legs are Jacobean Style. The following information was provided by Asian Art Historian Doctor Ann Barott Wicks. To see her full report click on the PDF here . Here is some of what she said. “The piano is painted with willowy Chinese figures in traditional Chinese garden settings. The motifs are similar to the fanciful chinoiserie furniture decoration that was popular in 18th-century Europe. One of the painted scenes shows a scene of music and dancing. The seated woman plays a pipa, and the young man plays a bamboo flute. The long sleeves of the dancer on the right are typical and add to the effect of the dance. The flowery clothing and hat of the youth are fanciful, as is his depiction as one of the musicians. There are several garden scenes. In theory, the Chinese garden is a microcosm of the universe, and should include four important elements—mountains, water, trees, and humans. Garden architecture, such as pavilions and bridges, represents the human element even when a human being is absent. Bizarre rocks, such as those seen in the foreground of the composition below, are used to represent mountains. These gardens were built for government officials to momentarily escape the bureaucratic life and refresh themselves as if they were in the mountains. Mountains, both sacred and magical places in China for millennia, were considered places for spiritual renewal. Fishermen are idyllic characters frequently found in Chinese landscape painting, as well as poetry. They represent the simple, carefree life in natural surroundings, romanticized by the literati. A rather curious figure is a seated woman in a voluminous white dress and somewhat elaborate headgear. She faces a boy who reaches toward her. A woman alone in a garden with her son is a familiar motif in Chinese painting. Boys symbolize wealth and continuation of the family line. While the artist is unknown, she obviously had training in Chinese painting, and was more than likely Chinese. Because of the headdress and clothing, my first thought was that the woman might represent a goddess. Floral motifs decorate the music stand and keyboard cover. The flowers are probably meant to represent the peony, symbolizing wealth and beauty, and azaleas, symbol of happiness and prosperity. PIANO comes with warranty. Nationwide Delivery. This piano is a perfect candidate for a PianoDisc IQ Playersystem installation. For further information call Sonny at 631 475-8046 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beautiful Rosewood, Art Case Hand Painted “World Renowned Historic” Pleyel Piano. 5’3″ made in 1921 rebuilt and refinished along the way. Recently hand painted gold trim added. Our technicians regulated the action and replaced the bass strings. Playel was one of the original piano makers in Europe. Playel was a French piano manufacturing firm founded by the composer Ignace Pleyel in 1807. In 1815, Pleyel’s son Camille joined him as a business partner. The firm provided pianos to Frédéric Chopin, and also ran a concert hall, the Salle Pleyel, where Chopin performed his first – and last – Paris concerts. Pleyel’s major contribution to piano development was the first use of a metal frame in a piano. Pleyel pianos were the choice of composers such as Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Ravel, de Falla and Stravinsky and of pianists and teachers Alfred Cortot, Philip Manuel and Gavin Williamson. In the 1980s, the Pleyel company bought out the Erard and Gaveau piano companies which also manufactured pianos in France. The Pleyel pianos of today incorporated improvements of these companies and others. In the last two decades, Pleyel Piano was bought by the same family which had bought the Salle Pleyel concert hall in order to revive the name and quality of Pleyel pianos. They built a new factory in the south of France and started making a line of newly designed and improved pianos. Then, in 2008, they decided to downsize the factory and lines of pianos. They moved the factory back to Paris and opened a new factory where they began introducing new pianos designed by famous designers. The red spruce used by Pleyel comes from the Fiemme Valley in Trentino, Italy. After full assembly of a piano, the instrument receives a further 30-40 hours of fine-tuning. Questions? Call or e-mail Sonny 631-475-8046
A Museum Piece! Gorgeous hand carved, art case, decorative legs and case Wurlitzer Baby Grand. Just refurbished 10/2015. Brand new mahogany finish put on recently, new key tops, replaced original hammers with Renner hammers, regulated action. Spectacular, Gorgeous furniture piece, great instrument. Warranty! Free Delivery Long Island/NYC. All else continental USA only $475. Questions? Call Sonny 631 475-8046
Very rare, unique Art Case Weber, called “Early English” Grand designed by the Weber company. Weber was known for making great pianos with interesting designs. We restored the art work and Refinished/French Polished the case. 5’8″ rich African Mahogany grain piano made in 1930. Plays great and has a beautiful Art case design. This is the first one we have ever had or even seen or heard about. Was a player piano at one point but mechanism has been removed. We can install a new PianoDisc IQ player system for you. This type of decoration is referred to as a cartouche. A cartouche is a structure or figure, often in the shape of an oval shield or oblong scroll, used as an architectural or graphic ornament or to bear a design or inscription.and have been in used in western culture since ancient times and is a way of showing off the veneering and inlay skills of master “ebenistes” those who apply great skill in finishing the exterior of wood case pieces. Questions? Call or e-mail Sonny 631 475-8046 or email@example.com
Beautiful Spanish Style Baby Grand Piano With Beautiful Ornate Ironwork Accents. Absolutely gorgeous mahogany art case Marshall & Wendell Baby Grand piano, refinished and restored spring 2016, made circa 1934. The early 20th Century saw a revival in classic historical furniture styles and finishes. This is a stunning custom made Spanish Renaissance style baby grand piano that would have been specially designed for a period style home. This instrument features elaborately carved legs adorned with ornate ironwork painted in red and gold accents. The overall affect achieves a true “Old World” Renaissance look and feel. Our technicians and artists restored both the instrument and the art work of this very rare piano. Marshall & Wendell renowned for making great instruments and beautiful art case pianos. New keytops, action just regualted. Warranty. Worldwide shipping. Questions? Call Sonny 631 475-8046 or firstname.lastname@example.org
American made Baldwin R 5’8″, rich looking mahogany, new hammers recently put on, excellent condition, made in 1953 when Baldwin pianos were still considered one of the best hand crafted pianos made. Original keys. Rich tone and rapid action response. Our furniture people and technicians went over it so it looks and plays great. Baldwin R’s long renowned as an excellent musicians piano. Has full, rich strong bass. Great candidate for a PIanoDisc Player System Installation. Questions? Call or e-mail Sonny 631 475-8046 or email@example.com
Collector’s Item, a work of art, Crown Jewel Art Case Steinway Series, East Indian Rosewood, King Louis XV style, made in 1998, with PianoDisc IQ Player System one owner, lightly played, Steinway doesn’t make these Crown Jewels anymore. Very rare, gorgeous, exotic wood grain. This one also a King Louis XV style so absolutely stunning. Our technicians and furniture people and technicians just went over it so it looks and plays like brand new. Piano Disc IQ PLayer System comes with a complimentary iPAD loaded with music and videos. Warranty. Worldwide Shipping. questions? call Sonny 631 475-8046.