Baldwin Piano Information
Founded in 1857 in Nashville, Tennessee, Baldwin Piano Company was the largest US-based manufacturer of pianos. In its early years, the company combined innovative marketing and financing techniques with high-quality instruments to capture a leading share of the piano market.
What Makes a Baldwin
Baldwin Pianos are revered for their quality, efficiency, and performance. Baldwin’s most popular model, the B247 Vertical Piano combines durability with playability – producing a sound that is big, rich and resonant. Its unique scale design produces deep and clear bass notes combined with sparkling, well-defined highs. Like many Baldwin Pianos, the B247′s design is both contemporary and classic.
Famous Baldwin Users
Many distinguished musicians have chosen to compose, perform and record using Baldwin pianos, including the world-renowned pianists and composers: Walter Gieseking, Claudio Arrau, Jorge Bolet, Earl Wild, Mike Shinoda and José Iturbi, Philip Glass, Igor Stravinsky, Béla Bartók, Leonard Bernstein and John Williams.
Baldwin pianos have also been used by popular entertainers including: Amy Lee, Liberace, Clay Aiken, Ben Folds, Richard Carpenter, and Carly Simon, and jazz pianists Dave Brubeck and Dick Hyman.
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