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United States piano maker (born in Germany) who founded a famous piano manufacturing firm in New York (1797-1871)

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Steinway Moving and Storage and InfoStore said they will expand their relationship beyond the acquisition by offering InfoStore's records and information management services.
The three-story, 16,250 s/f building at 31-48 Steinway Street also includes four, one-bedroom apartments on the third floor as well as the retail space leased to the GAP, which occupies the 4,500 s/f ground floor, 4,250 s/f second floor, and 4,500 s/f basement.
The Steinway 1912 B grand piano formed part of a collection of highly valuable instruments found in the Morpeth home of a woman who donated her possessions to St Oswald's Hospice after her death.
By 1890, the Model B Steinway Concert Grand had become the premier instrument for America's concert stages and large estate homes.
The Fibonacci was previewed in April during a special VIP reception at Steinway & Sons's new showroom in Beverly Hills, where Steinway Artist, Lang Lang, had the honor of being the first artist to perform on the piano.
At the New York Steinway & Sons factory, one of two locations for manufacturing the company's Grand pianos, the company uses a combination of technology and handcraftsmanship to manufacture the essential components, including the case, plate, soundboard, bridges, wrestplank and more.
19 September 2013 - US investment manager Paulson & Co Inc has finalised its USD512m (EUR378m) takeover of Steinway Musical Instruments Inc (NYSE:LVB), the pair announced in a joint statement today.
Steinway will discard its sales agreement with Kohlberg and pay a termination penalty of about $6.
According to Brodsky & Smith, under the terms of the deal, Steinway shareholders will get only $35.
Durham School and famous piano-makers Steinway and Sons have teamed up to give students the chance to hone their skills on first-class instruments.
This limited-edition model is inspired by the aesthetics, quality and exclusivity of piano manufacturer Steinway & Sons and embodies the desire of both brands to harmoniously combine aesthetics, comfort and technical perfection, the company says.
Actually, what they are both talking about is the fact Kramer and Wachter, longtime concert pianists who perform regularly here and abroad and who teach at the University of Oregon, have just been named Steinway Artists.
London, July 24 (ANI): Beatle fans could soon own a replica of the famous white Steinway piano that John Lennon presented to his wife Yoko Ono on her 38th birthday if they are willing to shell out 77,200 pounds.
Steinway brand pianos are the preferred instruments of more than 99 percent of the concert artists worldwide.
In late 1959, Gould visited the Steinway & Sons piano company in New York City.