Blog Posts

Feb 17

Piano’s on the Move

Are you moving to a new home and worried about moving your piano? Or do you need to relocate a piano to a new location? Whatever the reason you... Learn more

Jan 20

The Many Types of Keyboards

The first electric pianos from the late 1920s used metal strings with a magnetic pickup, an amplifier and a loudspeaker. The electric pianos... Learn more

Dec 16

The Art of Moving a Piano

Just glancing through a google page on moving a piano there are titles like, “How to Move a Piano and live to tell of it”, and another was, “How... Learn more

Nov 06

Moving a Piano

First suggestion is, get a professional: Why: The smallest grand piano starts at 54 inches long (which is equivalent to a 54 inch high upright)... Learn more

Oct 05

Electric and Toy Piano

Wurlitzer 210 Electric Piano The first electric pianos from the late 1920s used metal strings with a magnetic pickup, an amplifier and a... Learn more

Sep 22

Music for the Joy of It

Keyboard instruments belong to two basic groups, those that simply trigger or pluck a note like the harpsichord and organ, and those that are... Learn more

Sep 08

The Sensitive Nature of the Piano

Moving a piano requires planning and effort. Pianos are extremely heavy and their finishes are very vulnerable to scratches, nicks and dents.... Learn more

Aug 23

Keeping with The Melody

Part II Mass media Until not so long ago, music was something only played live by musicians in front of audiences. With the appearance of audio... Learn more

Aug 05

Is It All About the Melody

Part 1: When melody, harmony and rhythm interact in a meaningful way, it is powerful and magical. It can ignite emotion and provoke thought.... Learn more

Jul 20

Music is the Universal Language at any Age

At first glance, she was elderly and delicate – a woman in her 90s with a declining memory. But then she sat down at the piano to play. “... Learn more

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