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Brendel’s A-Z for the Pianist

Multi-talented pianist legend Alfred Brendel won’t rest since retiring. His latest book A Pianist’s A–Z was officially realeased in September. Born in 1931 in Wiesenberg, he now lives in London. Although he has bidden farewell to the concert stage after six decades of performing, he continues to give master-classes and readings. Read more >>

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Author Topic: George P. Bent Crown Piano  (Read 8009 times)
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« on: May 25, 2010, 03:20:55 AM »

Hi,  I bought an old George P. Bent Crown Piano at an auction a while back.  I'm wondering if anyone can give me an idea as to it's worth.  The woodwork is in pretty good shape.  The keys are of ivory, I believe - almost all are intact - a couple are missing a section or two.  It plays - needs to be tuned.  From the serial number, it was produced around 1898. 

Your help and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!  I'd really like to have some general idea as to what it's worth.  Thanks!
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