Details about STEINWAY HISTORIC CONCERT GRAND PLAYED BY FRANZ LISZT 8'5" 100% TAX-DEDUCTIBLESee original listing
Oct 21, 2011 10:58:52 PDT
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Alpine, New Jersey, United States
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HISTORIC RARE STUNNING STEINWAY 1867 8'5" ROSEWOOD CONCERT GRAND
FANCY LOUIS MODEL IV
PERFECT FOR A PENHOUSE, YACHT, MANSION, PALACE , CHATEAU OR CASTLE.
DOCUMENTED BY STEINWAY AND SONS
DELIVERED TO A NEW YORK BUSINESS FINANCIER IN 1869 residing at 143 West 14th Street on December 24, the most expensive street in New York at that time.
The town house is still there, will post the photo in a few days.
PLAYED BY FRANZ LISZT AT A CHATEAU IN FRANCE WHERE HE WAS A FREQUENT GUEST AND VISITOR.
This piano was also in a Castle in England, and Palaces in Italy and Russia.
Later played by great pianists Igance Jan Paderewski , Anton Rubinstein and Josef Hoffman
New strings, pin block, sound board, new Steinway action and hammers, white keys tops, black keys original, re-plated in bronze.
Rosewood in hi-gloss finish.
Big beautiful round tone
You can hear and see Andre playing Beethoven's complete Moonlight Sonata in C # op 27 no. 2 on this historic piano on you tube, scroll down to Andre Liigand plays Historic 1867 Steinway Concert Grand, or google Andre Liigand and go to web site then click you tube on the right.
Tax deductible of 100 % percent. All 100% of the sale price goes to Andre's lifetime goal (Tuition Free )Music and Arts Conservatory ( 501-c) Building Fund for 3 locations of Music, Theatre, Dance and Art Conservatories to be built in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. All three are to be self- supported with condos, stores and offices above . Funds will also go towards a new Symphony Orchestra , as conducting is also one of Andre's passions , new Concert Hall and summer Music Festival for the Arts in the tri-state area.
Great opportunity for a wealthy individual, corporation, institution, museum or university to showcase a historic instrument and have a tax deduction , and give to the arts.
Buy a Cd on his web site and proceeds will go towards the non-profit music school fund, concerts for kids with cancer, disabled vets, schools in needy areas, as well for the general community nation wide.
Join us in supporting this noble and heroic cause that Franz Liszt believed in as well, music gives so much spiritual strength and joy to us all.
It takes team work to achieve the dream. Donating makes it happen. Thank you.
Andre Liigand will be playing a series of fund raising piano recitals on this historic instrument .
See his web site in a few weeks for dates, locations and tickets.