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ABBA Piano Going on Sale!

The piano that featured on many of ABBA’s greatest hits is going under the hammer next month in London, auctioneers Sotheby’s said.

The piano is estimated to fetch between £600,000 (R12.1-million) and £800,000 when it goes on sale on September 29. 216 more words

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Gulbransen #48 - Atlanta (Reconditioning/Refinishing)

This piano belongs to a family in southern Tennessee. We are actually refinishing it through a retailer that is handling the job for them. Since its been in the shop somehow its taken on the name “Greenie Weenie”, so there you have it. 198 more words

Golden Oldie: A Piano Spectacular for 80 fingers

Louise Schwartzkoff

From October 5, 2010

There will be $1.6 million worth of piano on stage at the City Recital Hall on Friday night. With their legs and lids removed for transport, eight Steinway grand pianos will be trucked to the venue. 385 more words

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Steinway M #150 - Atlanta (Strip/Sand)

After a few weeks of work stoppage I am back to it on the Steinway.   On this phase you will see me removing the old finish, sanding, filling, dents, and replacing veneer.   96 more words

Go WestConn, Young Man!   (2015Jul25)

Saturday, July 25, 2015                                            2:16 PM

Pardon the mangling of the Horace Greeley quote—he and I share a birthday—and he was a big deal in my Gramma Duffy’s town, Chappaqua. 351 more words

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My Favourite Piano

I recently did a blog for The Piano Shop Bath and thought it was worth sharing here. Enjoy!

As a pianist, you will often find yourself trying out any piano you can, whether it be an old upright in a village hall, or the top of the range Steinway in a concert hall (usually with a sign saying ‘please do not play!) The reason? 1,087 more words