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Discussion in 'The Piano' started by piano15369, Jul 14, 2012.

  1. piano15369

    piano15369 New Member

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    Hi,

    I was wondering if somebody here could help me out with my piano.
    I think it's a belgian piano, atleast that's what the name suggests, and I bought it in belgium.
    The name/brand is "J.S. BACH bruxelles". I find nothing about it if I google it except loads of information about Bach himself. I bought it 3 years ago and didn't receive any information.
    I think the serial number is 18856 (only number I found so far).
    Would be really great if somebody knows something about it.
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    pianolady Monica Hart, Administrator Staff Member Piano Society Artist

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    Welcome to Piano Society!

    Except, I just did a little searching and couldn't find anything about your piano, either. Have you looked in Larry Fine's book yet?
     
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    thanks for the reply :)
    No havn't looked in the book yet, does it contain a list of manufactured piano's?
     
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    pianolady Monica Hart, Administrator Staff Member Piano Society Artist

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    Yes, it has the most comprehensive list. Try looking for it in your library.
     
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    Hi piano15369,

    First, what is that first picture? It looks to me like it is electronically inclined.

    I would agree with you that the fact that it has "Bruxelles" would indicate Brussels. But the first picture has me totally confused.

    Scott
     
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    Ooooh, I'd love to have a piano named J.S.Bach :D
    Does it sound any good in Bach ? What about a recording ?
     
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    @scott what do you mean with electronically inclined? Its actually a picture from a side panel taken from above.
    See the picture below (the computer drawing ), I marked the spot on the piano that represents the first picture.

    @techneut, lol make me a good offer and it can be yours :p
    You mean you want to hear the piano sound?

    BTW I found an other logo on the piano and I think its says PIANOS RIESENBURGER (picture 1, sorry for bad quality), so I guess this should be the actual brand?
    Has somebody heard of this brand before? (so I guess bach didn't build this piano lol )

    Thanks for all the replies!
     

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