The family business Steingraeber & Söhne started building pianos around 1820. In 1852 the beautiful Steingraeber 'house' located in Bayreuth, which was fully restored in the 1990s. Steingraeber soon became the largest manufacturer of pianos in Bavaria, Germany. With various awards for excellence and commissions from home and abroad, Steingraeber became one of the most extraordinary traditional piano builders in the world. Under the inspiring leadership of Udo Steingraeber, now the 4th generation, you will find the excellence for the “connaisseurs” in this production.
Steingraeber is the most innovative producer of pianos and grand pianos in the world. Steingraeber develops pianos with various rehearsal techniques, special vocal floor techniques, ecological pianos, pianos for the disabled and even for allergic people. Steingraeber also specialises in a wide range of cabinet designs and materials. Customers can choose their own types of wood and bring their personal instrument to life.
Steingraeber & Söhne pianos at Bol
We proudly present a unique collection of Steingraeber & Söhne instruments. The Steingraeber and Söhne pianos have been voted several times as the best pianos in the world. The tonal yield and playability of these pianos (models 130 and 138) are truly phenomenal and can be compared to a grand piano.
Steingraeber & Söhne grands at Bol
Steingraeber grands are sensational in terms of sound and experience and belong to the absolute top of the grand piano construction. That’s why celebrities like Alfred Brendel, Nikolai Demidenko, Cyprien Katsaris etc. choose the Steingraeber und Söhne as their favourite concert grand piano. Bol Pianos has the following (see below) collection Steingraeber und Söhne grand pianos, which you can play in the various branches throughout the Netherlands (Krimpen a/d IJssel - Region Rotterdam/Den Haag, Amsterdam and Veenendaal, etc.).
Why buy a Steingraeber & Söhne at Bol Pianos?
In its showrooms Bolpianos is the only shop in Europe with the complete collection of Steingraeber & Söhne instruments from all models of pianos (122T-SFM, 130 T-SFM and 138K-SFM) to all models of grand pianos, including the 2 models of concert grand pianos D-232 N and E-272. The transition between the basses and the treble strings (copper to steel) is not noticeable. The vocal bases are finely sanded "on sound range" on sound range by means of sand vibration techniques. The brand Steingraeber & Söhne is really for the “connaisseurs” among you. The touch is fantastic and gives a very fast rehearsal "like no other". The cast iron frame is a bit lighter in composition than all other manufacturers. Since metal is the heaviest material on earth, which normally takes a lot of energy from the swing of the soundboard. Because Steingraeber has a lighter metal material composition, all sound is good directly at the bottom of the soundboard and the overtones spectrum remains in its “pleroma” of sounds in the harmonics, even with the softest pianissimo (pp). The production is very exclusive and is one of the top manufacturers in the world, even though the factory is a complete handicraft factory where only a small number of instruments can be built each year, up to 150 pieces. The product does not lend itself to a larger production. The wound copper strings are worked with different alloys in order to get "closer" to the steel strings, so that no transition can be observed. The sound of the instrument will do exactly what "you" do with your hand as a bow as a toucher in your piano playing. It is an instrument that is almost addictive.