Home-grown articles from the depths of pianoland.
The European piano-building tradition goes back hundreds of years, with more historical territory and context than any other region can claim.
No instrument possesses the wide-ranging stylistic potential inherent to the piano. Many instruments can be comfortably played in a multitude of styles, but only piano can be consistently found in nearly every musical genre.
The self-playing piano was born in the 19th century workshop of Edwin Scott Votey before being placed into production by the Aeolian Company three years later in 1898.
A piano is not so much constructed as it is created—each being a superb work of art in its own right.