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History Of The Piano — George Steck

Walt ‘Whitman first delivered the “Death of Lincoln” lecture at Steck Hall in New York on April 14, 1879, [ to an audience…

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The Dying Swan ($409,000)

Built c. 1903 under the direction of the French piano company Érard, this majestic carved mahogany grand piano with wood veneer inlays was conceived…

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Defying The Anatomical

Named after its inventor, Hungarian Paul von Jankó (1856 – 1919), a mathematician, musician and engineer, designed this piano to improve the geometry…

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Marilyn Monroe’s Baby Grand Piano ($662,500)

The backstory of this white lacquered piano produced in the early part of the 20th century (original manufacturer unknown) is recounted in Marilyn…

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George Washington Carver

An American botanist and inventor who sang, played the piano, accordion, and mouth harp. George shared his adoptive father’s love of music and…

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