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If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116703
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Hello,

I don't know if this has been asked before but:

"If money was not a problem at all, what piano would you get and (most important part) WHY?"

I'm turning 19 this year and during one of my daydreaming sessions, I thought, what if by some chance in the distant future I was really well off? What piano/pianos would I buy? laugh

I have no idea so I'm here asking for some :p


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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116704
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Why not a Fazioli 228? Perfect for the home. Incredible sound and feel, beautiful cabinetry. While your spending imaginary money, might as well opt for a special finish.

I think it's important to have a goal. That's how you succeed, you put a goal out there and you work towards it and achieve it. Maybe you set some interim goals on the way so you can measure your progress through the years in some way.

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Bechstein or Mason & Hamlin Concert Grand.

Bechstein for the widest tonal palette available and utmost control, and M&H for its growling bass and lower-mid range, and its overall power.


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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116709
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Well, if money were no object, and I had the room, I think more than one piano would be needed...For whichever mood I was in, and for which piece I was playing!

Steve C - I don't need the MH CC, a rosewood BB with rosewood keys, prepped to the hilt would do me just fine!

I'll add a Steingraeber to the list before a Steinway.

And probably a Bluthner for its purity of tone.

Now, where is that winning lottery ticket?


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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116711
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I'm with lilylady. I'd have several. I'd have a Steingraeber for Bach, Haydn, and Mozart. A New York Steinway for Beethoven and Schubert. Maybe a Bluthner for Chopin, Mendelssohn, and Schumann.

Of course I would be able to do justice to these composers and pianos. Which means that if I were 19 again I'd work harder on my technique and on theory.

I'd also move my own personal technician into the neighborhood.

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i would have a bosie 225, one of the new 7' steingraebers (don't remember the cm), a bluthner 2, fazioli 228, and a hamburg steinway C.

if money were absolutely no object, why not get one from each of the tier 1A manufacturers?

(incidentally, that would probably be my order of preference if i could only pick one)


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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116713
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A pristine circa 1840 Pleyel grand courtesy of a time warp so I could actually hear and feel what so beguiled Chopin
For twenty-eight years I have used Bechstein pianos, and they have maintained their superiority .” - Franz Liszt

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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116714
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I'd keep what I have and add the new C.Bechstein 234 and Steingraeber 205. I'd have to then find a bigger house to put them all in.

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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116715
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I'd keep what I have and add the new C.Bechstein 234 and Steingraeber 205. I'd have to then find a bigger house to put them all in.

Rich
I have a friend in real estate. We can work out a nice package deal for you! wink


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Re: If money was no objection... Dream piano? #116716
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For me, a well prepped and concertized Boesendorfer 225, a Mason CC, or a Stuart & Sons 290 if we are chatting about new pianos only.

If we allow older instruments, than I say a 7 ft. rosewood Knabe from the 1890's (rebuilt) or a Bluthner 6 ft. plus from 1922 (also rebuilt). I was thrilled with both of these pianos which are now loved by their owners. frown


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I would own a pre 1930 Mason & Hamlin CC rebuilt by PianoCraft.


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I would own a pre 1930 Mason & Hamlin CC


I would be happy to recommend a competent rebuilder to you, Keith. wink

(Just kidding dude)


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Fazioli concert grand. I just like them. I know they are flawed, but of all the pianos I have owned or played, the Faziolis always stand out in my mind for supreme clarity and perfect actions.

I also like the exquisite finish and the modern logo. And the fact that they are Italian.

The Italians are good at design. (Ferrari won Formula 1 GP again today. Result!)


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[b]I would own a pre 1930 Mason & Hamlin CC


I would be happy to recommend a competent rebuilder to you, Keith. wink [/b]
If I wanted to play this game, I would reply with something like:

Did you recently become aware of a good rebuilder, Rich?

Fortunately, I would never lower myself to that sort of thing.


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Cuciniamo anche bene, il pianoforte di gioco, e sono bene molto erotico.

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If I wanted to play this game, I would reply with something like:

Did you recently become aware of a good rebuilder, Rich?

Fortunately, I would never lower myself to that sort of thing.


I know this. Perish the mere thought of it.


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Originally posted by duncantwo:
i would have a bosie 225, one of the new 7' steingraebers (don't remember the cm), a bluthner 2, fazioli 228, and a hamburg steinway C.

if money were absolutely no object, why not get one from each of the tier 1A manufacturers?

My thoughts exactly. thumb




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[b]If I wanted to play this game, I would reply with something like:

Did you recently become aware of a good rebuilder, Rich?

Fortunately, I would never lower myself to that sort of thing.


I know this. Perish the mere thought of it. [/b]
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If money was no issue, I'd put the concert grand piano (270+), which I like most (I haven't yet played any, so I can't tell, which one it would be...) into a room built for the piano, with perfect acoutics, to get the most out of the instrument.


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Ravenscroft eh?....hmmm, nice choice. thumb
I would like to wrestle away Rich D's Grotrian and also have a big honkin Sauter pimped out with custom veneer, bone keys and rosewood sharps with ebony caps. 3hearts
Then, on the other side of the house, (wouldn't want to walk TOO far)I'd have a Bosie 225 in rosewood and it's roommate would be a Stuart 7' in Sassafrass.
I have simple tastes you see.


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If money were no object and assuming I had the space, I would buy a Steingraeber 205 (or 232 if it becomes available) in the classic version, probably in European Cherry.

It seems to me that Steingraeber incarnates the best of the exquisite European piano-making tradition.

They are a family owned business, and I find these things beautiful. They do not belong to any big piano conglomerate; they are loaded with tradition and are not even sullied by a more or less squalid communist time phase; they are at the very best of their trade (1A according to Larry Fine); they offer a high degree of flexibility in customising your piano; they are even very innovative for such a small producer.

On the emotional side, they are Bavarians and I love Bavaria with all the pain of one who lived in Germany 11 years and never succeeded in finding the "right" job over there, so I had to love Bavaria only as a tourist, and every time it was a struggle to come back to the beautiful , but in my eyes not comparable Hesse.
Bavaria, by the way, is a democracy and does not oppress Tibetans or its own people.

If money and space were not an object, I would bring a piece of Bavaria home, to remind me of it every day, and in what a beautiful way!


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Any piano that has Huang Chu-Fang come with it would qualify.

(I really like what she did with the Liszt sonata in the last Van Cliburn competition. laugh )

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Hi Cathy! I was just thinking about that new concert Bosendorfer I played at your store in January when I saw your post here. That piano is hard to beat. Although I also wouldn't mind a Wilhelm Kaiser Imperial Bluthner say from about 1920.


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