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Talking Bach with Pianist Ramin Bahrami
Iranian pianist Ramin Bahrami is considered one of today's most interesting interpreters of Johann Sebastian Bach's music. A regular performer at Cremona Musica, Bahrami and flutist Massimo Mercelli presented works from their latest CD, "Bach Sanssouci", on the Decca label. Piano Street's Patrick Jovell was happy to get the chance to talk to the inspirational performer. Read more >>

Topic: Bogart Piano  (Read 856 times)

Offline bsmith07

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Bogart Piano
on: March 21, 2020, 02:21:33 AM
Does anyone know much about Bogart Pianos?  I recently
came across one and havenít been able to find much information on them.  Worth?  Durability?  Etc... Any response is appreciated.

Offline themaximillyan

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Re: Bogart Piano
Reply #1 on: March 22, 2020, 06:51:43 AM
The Bogart Piano Company was established in New York in about 1899 by E. B. Bogart. Their first factory was located at 911 Canal Street, New York City. The firm was known for building high quality pianos and player pianos, and they enjoyed a great deal of success in the early 20th Century.
In addition to manufacturing pianos sold under the Bogart name, the firm built and sold pianos and player pianos under the name of Christie & Company until the late 1920ís era. In 1926 the firm was located at Willow Avenue, New York, and they again expanded to a larger factory on East 134th Street in 1931.
Bogart is one of the few American piano manufacturers to independently survive the Great Depression, and they continued building pianos until 1942, going out of business due to World War II.

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