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Topic: Has anyone ever played a "Cristofori" baby grand before?  (Read 1680 times)

Offline maneceel96

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My mom had a conversation with someone who works at a Piano store in my area and he said that a "Cristofori" fits into my price range of $6000 dollars but i can't find very many videos online of people playing one and one guy on reddit was trashing the upright. Please can anyone give me some more information on these pianos? Thank you :)

Offline hbofinger

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Re: Has anyone ever played a "Cristofori" baby grand before?
Reply #1 on: December 02, 2017, 07:57:18 PM
Funny, I just saw them today at Jordan Kitts. Don`t know aything about them, really. Look nicely made, though.
 

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