Bluthner Grand in Satin Ebony
This is a rare Bluthner Grand piano in an elegant ebony cabinet built during the Golden Age of Bluthners in the original Bluthner factory. This grand piano built in 1935 showcases the brilliant technical and musical qualities that epitomizes the Bluthner brand. Built in an age in which high quality material and workmanship which continues today became the symbol of the Bluthner name. This resulted in special recognition from German leaders and lead to the commission of Bluthner in 1936 to build a lightweight grand piano to cross the Atlantic in the Hindenburg aircraft. The specially built incredible lightweight grand piano gave the first airborne piano concert which was broadcasted throughout the world! Sadly, during World War II, the original Bluthner factory was completely destroyed in an air raid. Production of Bluthner pianos ceased production until 1948 when the factory was rebuilt. Today, the Blüthner-Haessler family continues its legacy of building one of the most prestigious and expertly constructed pianos in the world.
This Bluthner 5’1″ grand not only looks beautiful but it plays like a dream with its rich tonal quality and amazing warmth. It has been restored and restrung . It would be a pure pleasure to press down on it’s keys to elicit that beautiful tone that epitomes the high quality of workmanship and material that Bluthner pianos are known for. For almost 200 years the Bluthner name has been synonymous with high performance, finely built pianos in the same league as Steinways, Bechsteins and Bosendorfers. This piano is no exception, with its warmth and clarity of sound , it showcases one of the best musical instruments that this well-known German company based in Leipizig Germany produces . This is an incredible musical instrument that would produce the wonderful quality of sound to a music loving home or music studio at a fraction of a cost of a new Bluthner.