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World’s best upright grand piano
Made in Germany since 1853
The largest piano maker in Europe, founded in Berlin
The pianos are constructed by state-of-the-art piano factory in Seifhennersdorf, Germany
The favorite piano of legendary composer Claude Debussy “ Piano music should only be written for Bechstein” - Claude Debussy and shared by musical luminaries and piano legends : Franz Liszt, Hans von Bülow, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Artur Schnabel, Wilhelm Kempff, Leopold Godowsky, Walter Gieseking and Wilhelm Bachkaus.
High level of craftsmanship that withstood the test of time beautifully.
Remarkable range of depth, color, and control comparable to many grand pianos.
131 cm (H) x 154 cm (L) x 67 cm (D)
The C. Bechstein Concert 8 concert upright piano is a completely uncompromised ultra-high grade upright Piano. Considered by many to be the best upright Piano in the world, the Concert 8 has a depth and volume that surpasses most grand Pianos. In every possible way this is an incredible instrument. The volume, tone, colour, touch, materials, everything about this Piano is the culmination of centuries work in Piano design and development.
The Concert 8 integrated many features found in the C. Bechstein Grand Pianos, such as the tapered soundboards for improved projection, depth and volume. The deep and warm bass is balanced with singing mid tones and golden trebles. The overall tonal balance of this instrument is impeccable, and unmatched.
The Concert 8 has a thicker pin block, and longer tuning pins, giving better hold and control of the pins, resulting in a more stable tuning and consistent pitch. Details like a specially designed back frame, walnut hammerheads and Heller strings combine to help produce
The C. Bechstein Concert 8 has been used by everyone from The Beatles to Simon & Garfunkel, and can be heard on countless recordings around the world. Master technicians are trained especially to tune the C. Bechstein Concert 8, and each Concert 8 is regulated and voiced by the best technicians and builders at C. Bechstein in Germany.