The Golden Age of the Piano


THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE PIANO

The piano is unique among keyboard instruments.
Only the piano has hammers that strike tuned strings and rebound away from them, allowing the strings to vibrate and produce sustained musical tones.
By the early 1900's - the Golden Age of the Piano - the development of the piano as we know it today was practically complete.
In summary, a modern piano (one made since the early 1900's) is either a grand or a vertical.

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