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GRAND PIANO GUIDE TO STEINWAY AND INDUSTRY STANDARD SIZES

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Steinway S Grand Piano

Model S

   Steinway Model S Grand Piano
 
Length: 5' 1''
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 540 lbs
Introduced in: 1936
Mahogany, Walnut, & Ebony
 

 

 

Steinway Model M Grand Piano

Length: 5' 7''
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 570 lbs
Introduced in: 1911
Available in: Mahogany, Walnut, & Ebony
 
Steinway M Grand Piano

Model M

Steinway  O & L Grand Piano

Model O or L

 

Steinway Model O or L  Grand Piano

Length: 5' 10 1/2''
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 610 lbs
Introduced in: 1900 ("O") 5' 10''
Introduced in: 1923 ("L")  5' 10 1/2''
Available in: Mahogany, Walnut, & Ebony
 
 

Steinway Model A Grand Piano

Length: 6' 2'' - 6' 4 1/2'' (A3)
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 695 lbs
Introduced in: 1878 (round tail "A")
Introduced in: 1896 (square tail "A")
Introduced in: 1913 ("A3" 6'4'' 1/2)
Available in: Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood & Ebony
 

Steinway A Grand Piano

Model A

 

Steinway B Grand Piano

Model B

 

Steinway Model B Grand Piano

Length: 6' 10 1/2''
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 760 lbs
Introduced in: 1872
Available in: Mahogany, Walnut, Ebony
 

 

Steinway Model C Grand Piano

Length: 7' 5''
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 882 lbs
Introduced in: 1884
 
 
 

Steinway C Grand Piano

 

Steinway D Grand Piano

Model D

Steinway Model D Grand Piano

Length: 8' 10 3/4''
Width: 4' 6''
Weight: 990 lbs
Introduced in: 1884
Available in: Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood & Ebony
 

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International Sizes of Grand Pianos in cm.

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