By “modern” we don’t mean a particular furniture style but the piano as we know it today, rather than antique pianos, early pianos or pre piano instruments such as the harpsichord. We saw tremendous innovations introduced on a regular basis in the nineteenth century which culminated in a basic … [Read more...]
One constant in the history of the piano industry is change. This has occurred in the fields of technology, business and the economy and even geopolitics. Today’s pianos – and the companies who build and sell them – may resemble their ancestors, but are often more different than one might expect.