Always wanted a beautiful baby grand for your home but can't give up the space for a larger piano? This handsome Story & Clark 5' player baby grand piano could be for you! Purchased new in the 2000s, this instrument is ready for a new home. The included QRS PNOmation player system opens up unique and amazing entertainment possibilities: Watch as your piano plays itself with real moving keys!
Asian pianos feature high-polished ebony finishes almost exclusively - it's extremely rare that we come across one in this attractive Polished Mahogany finish. It's a great choice for more classic interiors and rooms where a polished black piano would be inappropriate. It's a fantastic musical instrument in a package that is very aesthetically appealing.
Founded in 1857 by Melville Clark, Story & Clark is one of America's oldest surviving piano brands. The brand has been owned by QRS Music Technologies of Seneca, Pennsylvania, since 1993.
In the 2000s, Story & Clark pianos were manufactured by the Dongbei Piano Group of Liaonin, China, using elements of the original American designs. Dongbei established a reputation of producing high quality instruments for export to the United States under a number of brands, and were acquired by Baldwin in the late 2000s. They are often considered to be the among the most well-built affordable pianos of their time.
This piano features a pre-installed QRS PNOmation player system. Prior to delivery, we can upgrade this system to the QRS PNO3 player system (sold separately) if desired, transforming this piano into an iPad-ready, wireless smart home entertainment device. Listen to beautiful piano music anytime you want, produced live at your piano with real moving keys. An included speaker gives you live vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
Love Billy Joel? Listen to your piano playing his own piano parts, with Billy Joel actually singing along! It brings piano ownership to a totally new and engaging level. You're going to love it.
QRS PNO3 upgrade sold separately, please contact us for pricing.
An area of the rear lid and cabinet exhibits some minor cosmetic lightening due to sun exposure; this is an extremely common phenomenon in wood-finish pianos and should not likely diminish the overall visual presentation in most settings. Please see the photos for details.
Like this piano? Save it as a Favorite!
Do not close this window. May take up to 3 minutes...