Our pianos and prices

Our prices start from 41.900 euro. All our instruments are custom built and prices vary depending on the choice of options – please contact us for the exact price quote.

info@fortepiano.euv.sofronitsky@web.de, +420 737 927 567

Decoration and other details can vary to suit preferences. Prices are exclusive of VAT. The following are the main models and other makers can be copied: please inquire. Full guarantee.

FF – e3 after Silbermann, 1749
Hand operated sustain, Una corda and Harpsichord stops, walnut
Options: Louis XV stand
Please ask for a quotation

FF – f3 after Stein, ca. 1788
Sustaining knee lever, cherry wood veneer
Options: chinoiserie decoration
Please ask for a quotation

FF – f3 after Walter, ca. 1790
Moderator and sustaining knee levers, walnut
Options: decoration — walnut veneer with intarsia; pyramid mahogany veneer with brass moldings; cherry wood, yew, persian walnut veneers, additional options
Please ask for a quotation

FF – g3 after Walter, ca. 1792
Moderator and sustaining knee levers, walnut
Options: decoration — walnut veneer with intarsia; pyramid mahogany veneer with brass moldings; cherry wood, yew, persian walnut veneers, additional options
Please ask for a quotation

FF – c4 after Walter & Sohn, ca. 1805
Moderator and sustaining knee levers, walnut
Options: decoration — walnut veneer with intarsia; Una corda, extended keyboard range FF – f4 (6 octaves)
Please ask for a quotation

FF — f4 after Fritz, ca. 1812
Moderator, sustaining and una corda pedals, walnut veneer, French polish
Options: decoration – mahogany veneer, carved and gilt leg capitals, lyre
Please ask for a quotation

CC – f4 after Graf op. 318, 1819
Moderator, double moderator, sustaining and una corda pedals, walnut veneer
Options: mutation stops (bassoon, Turkish music); decoration – mahogany case with carved gilt leg capitals, lyre
Please ask for a quotation

CC – f4 after C. Graf op. 423, 1822 — Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, SAM 396
Moderator, double moderator, sustaining and una corda pedals, walnut veneer, 4 strings per note
Options: mutation stops (bassoon, Turkish music, cymbals); decoration – mahogany veneer, carved and gilt leg capitals, lyre
Please ask for a quotation

CC – f4 after Buchholtz, 1825
Single moderator, double moderator, una corda, sustaining pedals, walnut veneer
Options: mahogany, ormolu veneers
Please ask for a quotation

CC – f4 after Pleyel op. 1555, 1830
Sustaining and una corda pedals, mahogany veneer
Options: French polished mahogany, decorations
Please ask for a quotation

CC – f4 after Graf, 1836
Moderator, double moderator, sustaining and una corda pedals, walnut veneer
Options: mahogany, ormolu, shellac polish
Please ask for a quotation

AAA – a4 after Boisselot op.2800, 1846
This piano is modelled on Liszt’s personal piano op.2800 (property of Klassik Stiftung Weimar)
Sustaining and una corda pedals, mahogany veneer
French polished mahogany, brass inlay, flammleisten, decorations,
Please ask for a quotation

AAA – a4 after Streicher op. 6747, 1868
Sustaining and shift pedals,  French polished walnut veneer, Inlaid and engraved fallboard
Please ask for a quotation

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Our Rental prices are calculated individually.
The basic price for one day rental service includes piano rent with full technical service and tuning.
If the rental period is longer, the price is calculated on a sliding scale: starting from full price for the first day and growing less over a longer period.

Please write us for a quotation info@fortepiano.eu v.sofronitsky@web.de, +420 737 927 567

FF – f3 French Harpsichord, 1761
Hand operated sustain, Una corda and Harpsichord stops, walnut
Currently available for concert rental.

FF – f3 after Stein, ca. 1788
Sustaining knee lever, cherry wood veneer

FF – g3 after Walter, ca. 1792
Moderator and sustaining knee levers, walnut

FF – c4 after Walter & Sohn, ca. 1805
Moderator and sustaining knee levers, walnut

CC – f4 after Graf op. 318, 1819
Moderator, double moderator, sustaining and una corda pedals, walnut veneer

Teller ca. 1830
Currently available for concert rental.

CC – f4 after Pleyel op. 1555, 1830
Sustaining and una corda pedals, mahogany veneer

AAA – a4 after Boisselot op.2800, 1846
This piano is modelled on Liszt’s personal piano op.2800 (property of Klassik Stiftung Weimar)
Sustaining and una corda pedals, mahogany veneer

Bluethner op. 974, 1856

AAA – a4 after Streicher op. 6747, 1868
Sustaining and shift pedals,  French polished walnut veneer, Inlaid and engraved fallboard

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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