Kremsegg 2: Historical pianos

The historical piano collection 2, from the Kremsegg Schloss Museum (Austria), includes 4 exceptional instruments from the 18th and 19th centuries:

Incomparable for rendering the music of the Classical period, these instruments can also be used for more recent compositions. The Bechstein particularly, with a design approaching that of a modern piano, illuminates jazz and other modern music.

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J. Broadwood pianoforte
J. Broadwood pianoforte (1796)
I. Pleyel grand piano
I. Pleyel grand piano (1835)
J. Frenzel grand piano
J. Frenzel grand piano (1841)
C. Bechstein grand piano
C. Bechstein grand piano (1899)

Listen to Pianoteq Kremsegg Collection of historical grand pianos pianoforte.
C. Bechstein grand piano (1899)Preset
F. Mendelssohn - Rondo Op. 14C. Bechstein Recording
C. Debussy - OndineC. Bechstein Recording (customized)
F. Liszt - Un SospiroC. Bechstein Close Mic (customized)
I. Albeniz - L. Godowsky - TangoC. Bechstein Under Lid
J.F. van Dijkhuizen - For Some OneC. Bechstein 440 (customized)
I. Pleyel grand piano (1835)Preset
G. Johnson - I Must InsistI. Pleyel Close Mic
J. Frenzel grand piano (1841)Preset
F. Schubert - Sonata No. 20 AndantinoJ. Frenzel (mixed with church ambience)
F. Schubert - Sonata D. 958J. Frenzel Recording
J. Broadwood pianoforte (1796)Preset
L. van Beethoven - HammerklavierJ. Broadwood Recording
L. van Beethoven - Sonata Op. 110J. Broadwood Close Mic
D. Scarlatti - Sonata K. 197J. Broadwood Close Mic