Steinway Model B 7' Semi Concert Grand Piano Restored

An all-original Steinway B built in 1929, great playing condition. One of the world's most celebrated pianos for over a century.

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Piano Facts
Finish: Ebony Satin
Serial number: 249668
Year Built: 1929
Condition: Preowned
Bench: Included

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This Steinway B was originally crafted in New York in 1929 and fully restored on the 1990's right here in Connecticut. As one would expect of a Steinway of such vintage, this is a magnificent piece that will be a welcome addition to any setting, equally suitable for public performance or private enjoyment.  

Its tone is full and bold, with ample sound to fill virtually any space, balanced with a lovely richness and depth.  The action is surprisingly quick and very enjoyable to play.  It will easily provide decades of musical enjoyment to its next owner.  All original Steinway parts are intact and in excellent working order. 

About the Steinway B 6'11'' Semi-Concert Grand Piano (from the manufacturer)

This magnificent 6'11'' (211cm) grand piano is often referred to as ''the perfect piano.'' It’s a wonderfully balanced and versatile piano that does extremely well in intimate settings, teaching studios, and mid-sized venues.

The Steinway & Sons Model B (also known as the ''Music Room Grand'') is a piano designed for spacious homes, smaller recital halls, auditoriums, and broadcasting, recording, or professional studios.

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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