No registration needed.
From 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., those interested can see grand pianos, upright pianos and more from a wide variety of eras.
In addition to the first Steingraeber grand piano (Opus No. 1) and the original Liszt grand piano from 1873, numerous other sizes and brands are available. A highlight is certainly the “Pape” piano with a pedal “Celeste” (a real Sordino strip), which is activated by a pedal, and a faussetable (“wrong” soundboard, replica based on the original). In addition, a “Rippen” grand piano with cast aluminum frame and top in one piece and other treasures.