At 5 feet 1 inch in length, this “Baby” grand piano was introduced in the 1930s. Don’t let its size fool you! Steinway & Sons’ patented “Diaphragmatic Soundboard”—now found in every Steinway piano produced today—was first developed because of this model. To insure that a powerful and rich tone could be produced by a piano of this size, Steinway redesigned its soundboard, resulting in a tone that greatly outperformed others. And it still does. Every inch a Steinway, this piano is a proud addition to any home.
“When one plays a Steinway, there is a warmth and nobility in the sound that is unequalled by any other instrument”—Emanuel Ax.
Length: 5’ 1’’ (155 cm)
Width: 57 1/2’’ (146.5 cm)
Weight: 540 pounds (approx. 252 kg)