Prestigious Kremsegg collection
In collaboration with Kremsegg Schloss Museum (Austria), a
collection of beautiful historical pianos has been created,
ranging from 18th Century to late 19th Century instruments. The
collection includes virtual copies of pianofortes, such as a J.
Dohnal (1795), a J. Broadwood (1796), and grand pianos, such
as an I. Besendorfer (1829), an I. Pleyel (1835), a J. Frenzel
(1841), an S. Erard (1849), a J.B. Streicher (1852) and a C.
Bechstein (1899). Incomparable for rendering the music of the
Classical period, these instruments can also be used for more
recent compositions. The late-19th Century pianos, particularly,
with a design approaching that of a modern piano, illuminate
jazz and other modern music.