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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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Specialist Steinway Piano Dealer Showcases Gorgeous Steinway Piano alongside Beautiful Art and Sounds of Florida Grand Opera
They really love Steinways and don't mind saying so.
Liverpool Hope University took delivery of a dozen Steinway pianos worth almost pounds 250,000.
Sixty Steinway pianos will go on sale at the Birmingham Conservatoire in Victoria Square with the instrument maker offering a donation from the proceeds to help the college buy a Steinway of its own.
The city was New York, as seen through the eyes of William Steinway, a son in the piano-making Steinway & Sons.
Buyers Seeking Investment Will Find Deeply Discounted Steinway, Steinway-Designed Boston, Essex Pianos During Steinway Warehouse Piano Sale in Dallas Dec.
Specialist Steinway Piano dealer showcases Golden Age Steinway Grands alongside Luxury Cars
Stevens has been president of Steinway & Sons since 1985.
14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As one of the oldest and most highly respected brands in music, Steinway & Sons has a long and storied history of partnering with many of the greatest musicians around the globe.
June 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Steinway & Sons, makers of the world's finest pianos, announced today that singer songwriter Regina Spektor has been named as a Steinway Artist.
Steinway Limited Edition will display the same Steinway & Sons' logo that graced all Steinways in the late 1800s.
Steinway & Sons, founded in 1853, produces less than one percent of the pianos made worldwide, yet 98 percent of musicians on the concert stage choose to play Steinways exclusively because of their touch and tone, according to Trombino Music Centers.
A classic American success story, the saga of the Steinways and their flagship product is sure to please music lovers, history buffs and anyone who cares about elegant engineering and design.
generations of Steinways, including correspondence between the early
Beyond the rotunda, a gallery displays memorabilia collected by five generations of Steinways, including correspondence between the early Steinways, awards and medals presented to Steinway & Sons during more than a century and a quarter of piano making, insignias noting the company's appointment as official supplier of pianos to the world's great concert halls, and displays of the parts and materials used in all Steinway pianos.