CC - f4 after Buchholtz, 1825

CC - f4 after Buchholtz, 1825

Single moderator, double moderator, una corda, sustaining pedals, walnut veneer
ca. 236 x 126 x 35 cm, ca. 170 kg
Options: mahogany, ormolu veneers

“Chopin’s Warsaw piano”, commissioned from Paul McNulty by the Warsaw Chopin Institute, is built after Chopin’s beloved  piano of his youth. Buchholtz was the finest piano maker in Poland at the time, and it was on his instrument that Chopin gave the world premier of his Piano Concerto no. 2 in F Minor. Frederyk Buchholtz’s piano is a Romantic tour de force, perfect for Chopin’s early works.

 

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fortepiano s.r.o. implements a project co-financed by the European Union.
Number of project: CZ.01.2.111/0.0/0.0/18_244/0016789