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Stein Square Piano

Stein Square Piano

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Description (Brief)
This square piano was made by André Stein in Vienna, Austria around 1835. Stein achieved the title “Hof-Klaviermacher” (Court Pianomaker) in his adopted country of Austria. The piano was made in the later years of Stein’s career. This piano has a compass of FF-f4, Viennese action, leather (?) hammers, brass and iron strings, 2 pedals: moderator and dampers, wood frame, and a crotch mahogany case.
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Object Name
Date made
ca 1830
date made
ca 1835
Stein, Andre
Place Made
Austria: Vienna state, Vienna
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National Museum of American History
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