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19-03-2011, 16:37
Category: Piano Pedia
Collard, son of William and Thamosin Collard, was baptised at Wiveliscombe, Somerset, on 21 June 1772, and coming to London at the age of fourteen, obtained a situation in the house of Longman, Lukey, & Broderip, music publishers and pianoforte makers at 26 Cheapside.

Collard and Collard

In 1799 Longman & Co. fell into commercial difficulties, and a new company, consisting of John Longman, Muzio Clementi, Frederick Augustus Hyde, F. W. Collard, Josiah Banger, and David Davis, took over the business, but on 28 June 1800 Longman and Hyde retired, and the firm henceforth was known as Muzio Clementi & Co...


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6-12-2010, 19:57
Category: Piano Pedia
Sébastien Érard
Sebastien Erard
Sébastien Érard (5 April 1752 – 5 August 1831), born Sébastien Erhard, was a French instrument maker of German origin who specialised in the production of pianos and harps, developing the capacities of both instruments and pioneering the modern piano.

He was born at Strasbourg. While a boy he showed great aptitude for practical geometry and architectural drawing, and in the workshop of his father, who was an upholsterer, he found opportunity for the early exercise of his mechanical ingenuity. When he was sixteen his father died, and he removed to Paris where he obtained employment with a harpsichord maker...


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6-12-2010, 19:06
Category: Piano Pedia
Steinway & Sons, also known as Steinway, is an American and German manufacturer of handmade pianos, founded in 1853 in New York City, by German immigrant Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later Henry E. Steinway).
Steinway and Sons

company's growth led to the opening of a factory and employee village in what is now Astoria, Queens in New York City, followed by a second factory in Hamburg, Germany, in 1880. Steinway and Sons Its early success has been credited both to the quality of its instruments and its effective marketing, including the company's introduction of Steinway Halls.

Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg's dedication was: "To build the best piano possible". He established at his company three basic principles: "Build to a standard, not a price", "Make no compromise in quality", and "Strive always to improve the instrument». Research and inventions by the company have earned it so far around 130 patents, a greater number than any other piano company.

After merging with the Selmer Company in 1995, Steinway's current affiliates include the Boston and Essex lines of pianos. The Selmer Company, today named Conn-Selmer, is a subsidiary of Steinway.

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19-11-2010, 14:03
Category: Books - Documents
Pleyel 1757-1857 La Passion d'un siecle Par Jean Jude

Pleyel 1757-1857 La Passion d'un siecle Par Jean Jude


This book is being published on the Celebration of the Bi-centennial of the House Pleyel. It redraws, in the first part, the life of the founder Ignace Joseph and his son Camille, friend of Chopin. Second, thank you to the consultation of the (Archives Pleyel) even then unpublished, describes the various models of pianos constructed by Pleyel from 1807 to 1857. The life of Chopin from 1831 until his death, related by the bias of the pianos Pleyel put at his disposal. Many Surprises and revelations arise during many of the pages of this book devoted to the (Passion of the Century)

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16-10-2010, 18:18
Category: Piano Pedia
Table of Contents ( Sorted by Alphabets )

- Abel - Carl Friedrich Abel
- Adele - Adele Laurie Blue Adkins
- Abbott - John Abbott
- Abbado - Claudio Abbado
- Abbatini - Antonio Maria Abbatini
- Acoustigrande - The Acoustigrande
- Ahlstrom Piano Company - Ahlstrom Piano Company
- Albani - Dame Emma Albani
- Alboni - Marietta Alboni
- Albinoni - Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni
- Albéniz - Isaac Manuel Francisco Albéniz y Pascual
- Allegri - Gregorio Allegri
- Allison Co. - The Allison Piano Company
- Albrecht - Charles Albrecht
- Alexander Piano - The Alexander brand
- Alfano - Franco Alfano
- Alfvén - Hugo Alfvén
- Arban - Joseph Jean-Baptiste Laurent Arban
- Argerich - Martha Argerich
- Aufschnaiter - Benedikt Anton Aufschnaiter
- Bach ,Emanuel - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
- Bach ,Sebastian - Johann Sebastian Bach
- Baldwin Company - The Baldwin Piano Company
- Beale - Beale Piano
- Beethoven - Ludwig van Beethoven
- Berlioz - Hector Berlioz
- Bertali - Antonio Bertali
- Bösendorfer - Bösendorfer (L. Bösendorfer Klavierfabrik GmbH)
- Blüthner - Blüthner
- Babcock - Alpheus Babcock
- Bachauer - Gina Bachauer
- Backer-Grøndahl - Agathe Backer-Grøndahl
- Behr Brothers - Behr Brothers Piano Company
- Bellini - Vincenzo Salvatore Carmelo Francesco Bellini
- Biber - Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
- Biro - Sari Biro
- Boccherini - Luigi Rodolfo Boccherini
- Boehm - Mary Louise Boehm
- Bonporti - Francesco Antonio Bonporti
- Bottesini - Giovanni Bottesini
- Boulanger - Lili Boulanger
- Boulez - Pierre Boulez
- Boulle - André Charles Boulle
- Brahms - Johannes Brahms
- Broadwood - John Broadwood (Gabriel)
- Brodmann - Joseph Brodmann
- Busoni - Ferruccio Busoni
- Carreño - María Teresa Carreño García de Sena
- Carissimi - Giacomo Carissimi
- C. Bechstein - C. Bechstein Pianofortefabrik AG
- Chappell. - Chappell & Co.
- Charles - Ray Charles Robinson
- Charpentier - Marc-Antoine Charpentier
- Cherubini - Luigi Cherubini
- Chickering - Chickering and Sons
- Chickering - Jonas Chickering
- Chopin - Frédéric Chopin
- Chris de Burgh - Chris de Burgh
- Clementi - Muzio Clementi
- Cohen - Harriet Cohen
- Cole - Nat King Cole
- Collard & Collard
- Collins - Phil Collins
- Corelli - Arcangelo Corelli
- Cornaglia - Pietro Abbà Cornaglia
- Clayderman - Richard Clayderman
- Couperin - François Couperin
- Czerny - Carl Czerny
- d'Anglebert - Jean-Henri d'Anglebert
- Dale - Benjamin James Dale
- Debussy - Claude-Achille Debussy
- Dehghanyar - Bahram Dehghanyar - بهرام دهقانیار
- Döhler - Theodor Döhler
- Dussek - Jan Ladislav Dussek
- Dumont - Henri Dumont
- Eibenschütz - Ilona Eibenschütz
- Erard - Sebastien Erard
- Estonia - Estonia Piano Factory
- Farnadi - Edith Farnadi
- Farrenc - Louise Farrenc
- Friedrich Fasch - Johann Friedrich Fasch
- Fétis - François-Joseph Fétis
- Fischer - Annie Fischer
- Fischer - Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer
- Folds - Ben Folds
- Förster - August Förster
- Franck - César-Auguste-Jean-Guillaume-Hubert Franck
- Frescobaldi - Girolamo Frescobaldi
- Froberger - Johann Jakob Froberger
- Gall - Yvonne Gall
- Galuppi - Baldassare Galuppi
- Ganer - Christopher Ganer
- Gaveau - Gaveau of Paris
- Geminiani - Francesco Saverio Geminiani
- George Gershwin - George Gershwin
- Gershwin - Ira Gershwin
- Gluck - Christoph Willibald Gluck
- Gould - Glenn Gould
- Goddard - Arabella Goddard
- Gottschalk - Louis Moreau Gottschalk
- Gossec - François Joseph Gossec
- Graf - Conrad Graf
- Grieg - Edvard Grieg
- Grinberg - Maria Grinberg
- Giuliani - Mauro Giuliani
- Hals - Karl Marius Anton Johan Hals
- Hahn - Reynaldo Hahn
- Haskil - Clara Haskil
- Haas - Monique Haas
- Haase - Johann Adolph Hasse
- Heller - Stephen Heller
- Herz - Henri Herz
- Hiller - Ferdinand (von) Hiller
- Hinderas - Natalie Leota Henderson Hinderas
- Hopekirk - Helen Hopekirk
- Hummel - Johann Nepomuk Hummel
- IBACH - The IBACH History
- Iturbi - José Iturbi Báguena
- Jaëll - Marie Jaëll
- Janotha - Natalia Janotha
- Elton John - Sir Elton Hercules John
- Jonas - Maryla Jonas
- Joyce - Eileen Alannah Joyce
- Koldofsky - Gwendolyn Koldofsky
- Kalkbrenner - Friedrich Wilhelm Michael Kalkbrenner
- Kallir - Lilian Kallir
- Keene - Constance Keene
- Khachaturian - Aram Khachaturian
- Kuhlau - Friedrich Kuhlau
- Kolessa - Lubka Kolessa
- Landowska - Wanda Landowska
- Lawrence - Marjorie Florence Lawrence
- Lehár - Franz Lehár
- Kraus - Lili Kraus
- Kirchner - Fürchtegott Theodor Kirchner
- Lalo - Édouard-Victoire-Antoine Lalo
- Liberace - Wladziu Valentino Liberace
- Liszt - Franz Liszt
- Locatelli - Pietro Antonio Locatelli
- Lully - Jean-Baptiste Lully
- Lyadov - Anatoly Konstantinovich Lyadov
- Lympany - Dame Moura Lympany
- Maroufi - Javad Maroufi - جواد معروفی
- Marais - Marin Marais
- Maria - Antonio Maria
- Mascagni - Pietro Antonio Stefano Mascagni
- Mehrad - Farhad Mehrad - فرهاد مهراد
- Melba - Dame Nellie Melba GBE
- Mercury - Freddie Mercury
- Moór - Emánuel Moór
- Morley - Morley Harps
- Monteverdi - Claudio Monteverdi
- Morath - Max Morath
- Moscheles - (Isaac) Ignaz Moscheles
- Mozart - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Myaskovsky - Nikolai Yakovlevich Myaskovsky
- Naderman - François Joseph Naderman
- Ernesto Nazareth - Ernesto Júlio de Nazareth
- Ole - Bull, Ole
- Olivier Mallory - Olivier Mallory
- Pape - Jean-Henri Pape
- Patti - Adelina Patti
- Peri - Jacopo Peri
- Pergolesi - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
- Pixis - Johann Peter Pixis
- Plante - Francis Plante
- Pleyel - Pleyel et Cie
- Pradher - Louis-Barthélémy Pradher
- Prokofiev - Sergei Prokofiev
- Puccini - Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini
- Purcell - Henry Purcell
- Quantz - Johann Joachim Quantz
- Raff - Joseph Joachim Raff
- Rameau - Jean-Philippe Rameau
- Reinecke - Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke
- Richter - Sviatoslav Richter
- Rohani - Anoushiravan Rohani -انوشیروان روحانی
- Rohani - Shahrdad Rohani - شهرداد روحانی
- Rossini - Gioachino Antonio Rossini
- Ryce-Menuhin - Joel Ryce-Menuhin
- Samick Co., Ltd. - Samick Musical Instrument Co., Ltd.
- Salieri - Antonio Salieri
- Seixas - Carlos Seixas
- Scaramuzza - Vincenzo Scaramuzza
- Schiedmayer - Schiedmayer
- Salomon - Johann Peter Salomon
- Scarlatti - Alessandro Scarlatti
- Scheidt - Samuel Scheidt
- Schubert - Franz Peter Schubert
- Schumann - Robert Schumann
- Schumann - Clara - Clara Schumann
- Sibelius - Jean Sibelius
- Sohmer & Co. - Sohmer & Co.
- Soler - Antonio Francisco Javier José Soler Ramos
- Sor - Josep Ferran Sorts i Muntades
- Stamitz - Johann Stamitz
- Steinway - Steinway and Sons
- Strauss II - Johann Strauss II
- Strozzi - Barbara Strozzi
- Schütz - Heinrich Schütz
- Sweelinck - Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
- Szilasi - ALEX SZILASI
- Tankian - Serj Tankian
- Tamir - Alexander Tamir
- Tartini - Giuseppe Tartini
- Telemann - Georg Philipp Telemann
- Thomas - Ambroise Thomas
- Tina Turner - Tina Turner
- Verdi - Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi
- Varnay - Astrid Varnay
- Vieuxtemps - Henri François Joseph Vieuxtemps
- Walter - Anton Walter (Gabriel)
- Weber - Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst von Weber
- Webber - Andrew Baron Lloyd-Webber
- Weiss - Sylvius Leopold Weiss
- Wm. Knabe & Co. - Wm. Knabe & Co.
- Wodehouse - John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley
- Stevie Wonder - Stevland Hardaway Morris
- Wornum - Robert Wornum
- Young Chang - Young Chang
- Zelenka - Jan Dismas Zelenka

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