The Steinway & Sons Model M
Compact with a beautiful tone. Popular for its accommodating size and wonderful sound.
The first Steinway & Sons Model M Grand Pianos built in 1911 measured 5’6″ in length. By 1917 the length was increased to what it is today, 5’7″. With a scale designed by Henry Ziegler, these pianos were first manufactured in New York and in 1926 production was begun at the factory in Hamburg, Germany as well. Now dubbed a ‘Studio Grand’ by Steinway & Sons these well-rounded instruments are the epitome of Baby Grand piano design.
A scaled-down version of the larger Model O, the M was designed to provide a slightly smaller and easier to manage alternative to other Steinway Baby Grands. The Model M is still being manufactured today and is a popular staple of both the New York and Hamburg Steinway piano lineups. Steinway Model M Grands are very popular in home settings and are also commonly found in institutional and other professional uses. The 5’7″ Model M is definitely not a piano to underestimate, with a power and range of tone and a quick responsiveness that is sure to please.
Here at Chupp’s Pianos we have found that Model M pianos are very popular with pianists and Steinway aficionados. The Model M is one of the most common of Steinway’s lineup of grand pianos – and for good reason. We regularly restore and retail these fine instruments to Universities, Concert Pianists and anyone who appreciates the high quality and beauty that culminates in the name ‘Steinway.’
The Model M measures 5’7” in length – ideal for more intimately-sized spaces. The ideal ‘baby grand’ piano.
One of the most popular of Steinway’s grand piano designs, the well balanced Model M ‘baby grand piano’ is a great choice for those with limited space and who value the iconic touch and tone that can only be experienced with a historic Steinway & Sons grand piano.
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