Danemann European Console Piano Remarkable Sound
A rare find in the US, this Danemann console upright piano was built in London in 1980 and owned by a family here in Connecticut.
A full, rich sound full
This is quite possibly the most musically satisfying console piano we've had the pleasure of offering for sale in quite some time. The high-quality Schwander action is smooth and consistent. It's every inch a high quality European piano.
Includes a Dampp-Chaser Piano Life Saver system (a $450 value)
About Danemann Pianos
William Danemann trained with John Brinsmead of London, prior to setting up his business in 1893. They produced a wide range of pianos, from small to large uprights, to concert grands. Among their customers were British embassies, the P&O Lines and Harrods. Their pianos were exported worldwide, including tropicalised versions for India and Africa.
After the Second World War, the company concentrated on building instruments of quality rather than for the mass market, including models commissioned by Harrods. Because of their reputation for building long lasting instruments, both uprights and grands, many were supplied to schools and colleges. Thousands of them are still in use every day.