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WingThe elegant and carefully crafted Yamaha baby grand fits into smaller rooms and doesn't break the bank. It's musical performance, however, is just as high quality as with all other Yamaha Grands.
88 keys, Black-Polished, Including delivery nationwide via piano delivery and a talk service all over Germany
Baby Grand PianoThe new Grand GC 1 combines the duplex scale and the rich sound characteristics of the coveted C1 Grand with the cost-saving advantages in the choice of materials and in production. This results in an instrument that is both exceptionally e
Finish in glossy black finish, 88 Keys, With piano bench, Including delivery nationwide via piano delivery service and a communication service all...
Silent pianoThe elegant and carefully crafted support piano also fits into smaller rooms. Its musical performance, however, is just as high as that of any other Yamaha grand.
Equipped with the SC2 Quick Silent System from Yamaha, 88 Keys, With piano bench, Includes delivery nation-wide by piano shipping company and a...
Silent Baby WingThe new GC 1 grand piano combines the duplex scale and rich sound character of the coveted C1 grand piano with the cost-saving advantages of choice of materials and production.
With the new SH2 Silent System, With 20 sounds like e.g. Yamaha CFX grand piano, Bösendorfer Imperial, USB Audio Recorder, Bluetooth Audio, USB to...
Baby GrandThe new Grand GC 2 combines the duplex scale and the rich sound characteristics of the coveted C2 Grand with the cost-saving advantages in the choice of materials and in production. This results in an instrument that is both exceptionally express
88 Keys, Finish in glossy black finish, Delivery nationwide by piano express delivery company and a talk service all over Germany, Including piano...
Grand The elegant and carefully crafted Yamaha baby grand fits into smaller rooms and does not break the bank. It's musical performance, however, is just as high quality as with all other Yamaha grands.
88 Keys, With piano bench, Including delivery nationwide via piano delivery and a talk service all over Germany
Did you know that grand piano ancestors were the harpsichord and the clavichord? Italian Bartolommeo Cristofori invented the original piano in 1700.
His piano prototype design had only four octaves unlike that of today's baby grand piano. The piano is basically a harpsichord with hammers striking the strings instead of quills plucking it.
The piano was relatively unnoticed in its first few years of discovery. It wasn't until the German organ builder Gottfried Silbermann took notice of it that piano recognition began to spread.
When pianist and composer Bach began writing music exclusively for the piano around 1732, pianists became serious members of the orchestra.
In the 1750's the piano took on two design routes. The English version of the piano was a heavy and complicated instrument that closely resembles today's grand pianos.
The German version of the piano was lighter and simpler. These German pianos were developed by popular makers such as Johann Andreas Stein.
As the popularity of the piano grew, and the need for it to become a solo instrument increased, larger piano models were produced in order to produce louder music. Mass production for grand pianos began in 1800's with such notable piano makers as John Broadwood & Sons, Jonas Chickering, Friedrich Bechstein, Sebastien Erard, and Henry Steinway.
In 1820, metal tubes were used in pianos to maintain string tension, and iron hitch pin plates were incorporated in the piano design. By 1843, pianos started being made using full perimeter plates, a feature used in today's modern grand pianos.
The baby grand piano evolution can trace the history of the piano. Better known as the baby grand, pianos are classified into three major categories, 'Baby pianos' Boudoir pianos & Concert pianos. The babies are the smallest pianos generally 5ft and under with the tiniest baby grands being as little as 4 feet.
Yamaha baby grand pianos are some of the finest designer pianos with superior musical performance. Yamaha 'baby grands' are not only exquisitely designed to solve space limitation problems but these pianos are actually within the reach of the common pianists budget.
Its Keys are made of Spruce and lead weighted for optimum touch and upright response of piano.
Top Yamaha rivals include Baldwin, Kimball and Steinway & Sons Piano Companies, all are major American manufacturers of baby pianos.
Even smaller than the baby grands, Albert Schoenhut built the toy piano some 125 years ago. He then emigrated from Germany to America and Schoenhut baby grands are on display at Strong Museum in New York.
Baby pianos also require tuning and servicing regularly like all other pianos, irrespective of whether pianos are in use or not.
Ideally, the baby pianos can be tuned from a fortnight to three weeks from its delivery and then followed up by bi-annual servicing to ensure the perfect sound of music continues to emanate from your piano.