FRANZ LISZT’S LOVE OF THE BOSENDORFER
DID YOU KNOW . . . that before the Bosendorfer, Liszt required several pianos at each of his performances? His extremely powerful and virtuosic playing caused him to literally wear out each instrument! The high-quality Bosendorfer was the only piano that could withstand his heavy action.
Liszt had such an affinity for their pianos that the company built a model in his honor; likewise, what an honor for Bosendorfer that the man who was, and still is today, considered to be the “Greatest Pianist who ever lived” used their pianos and openly expressed how pleased he was with them. Bosendorfer and Liszt even worked together to improve certain attributes of the piano.
Today, the beautiful hand-made Bosendorfer Piano, one of the oldest pianos in the world, is also still considered one of the best pianos in the world. Made in Vienna, Austria, its beautiful bell-like tone and exquisite action make it a favorite of professional and amateur performers alike.
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Bosendorfer Liszt Piano