Since 1853, Steinway pianos have set an uncompromising standard for sound, touch, beauty, and investment value. Handcrafting each Steinway requires up to one full year — creating an instrument of rare quality and global renown. Not surprisingly, Steinway remains the choice of 9 out of 10 concert artists, and countless pianists, composers, and performers around the world.
29 May 1920, The Independent, pg 274 ad:
The Instrument of the Immortals
THREE score years ago a new genius burst upon the musical world. He was a composer, not of musical scores, but of musical instruments. His master-work was a piano. Liszt wrote to him: "Even to my piano-weary fingers the Steinway affords a new delight."
From that day to this the Steinway has been the piano which the world has chosen to interpret the compositions of the great. The music of the Immortals and the instrument of the Immortals live on together. They are inseparable. In homes where you find the one there also is the other.
STEINWAY & SONS, Steinway Hall, 107-109 E. 14th Street, New York
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