Model O 1921 Steinway
This 5′ 10 ¾” (180cm) grand piano has been a source of joy and inspiration since the very early 1900’s. Its sound is particularly warm and rich – far beyond what one would expect from a grand piano that is under 6 feet in length.
The Steinway & Sons Model O (also known as the “Living Room Grand”) is a piano offering remarkable power, depth and resonance while requiring less space than full-sized concert grands.
For more than a century and a half, the some of the world’s most accomplished pianists have expressed their musical genius on Steinway & Sons pianos.
A Steinway grand piano takes nearly a year to create. Nothing is hurried. Even the carefully selected woods that make up the rims, top, soundboards, and actions cure for months in our yard, kilns, and conditioning rooms before they stabilize at a rigidly specified moisture content. The rim of the instruments consists of layers of hard rock maple and with bell-quality, full cast-iron plate withstands the enormous amount of tension exerted by the strings. The finest acoustic-quality spruce is fashioned into the delicate curve of the Diaphragmatic® soundboard, which tapers gently from the center to the edge, assuring the full, rich Steinway sound.
Ultimately, the pieces — massive and delicate — come together through the interweaving of the craft and technology until the instrument is complete. However it is not a Steinway until voicing gives it the special quality that makes it unique. Here, every subtle nuance is drawn out by balancing and adjusting the keys and shaping, hardening or softening each hammer. In the end, the new piano is transformed from more than 12,000 individual parts into an instrument…
This amazing instrument has just been restored by Piano Tuner-Technician, Terry Dean, and now is available at Andy Owings Music Center at a great price. You must come and play it for yourself today!
We will consider any accept any legitimate viable offer for this piano ! See it today, and call 843.448.1508 and speak with the technician Terry Dean for more information.