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Steinway & Sons Grand Piano Models

It is important for customers to know all the different Steinway Models and their features so here they are:

STEINWAY MODEL S     

S means small grand piano or baby grand piano, this model is a 5'1" and was introduced in 1936

STEINWAY MODEL M       

M means medium grand piano, there are 3 sizes, namely 5'6" between 1911 and 1914, 5'6 3/4" between 1914 and 1918 and 5'7" from 1918 to now.

STEINWAY MODEL O

O is actually L which means living room grand piano , there are 2 sizes, namely 5'10" between 1900 and 1914 (USA) and 5'10 1/2" between 1914 and 1923 (USA). Currently they are produced in Hamburg, Germany. In 1923 the O was replaced by the L

STEINWAY MODEL L

L means living room grand piano and this model was introduced in 1923 to replace the model O, the size is the same, 5'10 1/2"

STEINWAY MODEL A

A means parlor grand piano, there are 3 models of which 2 are the same size, namely 6'0" , a so called "round tail" produced between 1878 and 1896, then replaced by the so called "square tail" produced between 1896 and 1913 and then replaced by the so called model A 3, a 6'4 1/2" grand piano, production started in 1913 and ended in 1947.

STEINWAY MODEL B

B means music room grand piano, also called semi-concert grand piano, there are 2 models, a 6'8" which was only made between 1872 and 1884 and the better model, a really good piano, the 6'10 1/2" made since 1884 till now.

STEINWAY MODEL C

C means concert grand piano, this piano was produced in several 7' sizes but discontinued in 1913.

STEINWAY MODEL D

D is the replacement for the C concert grand series, there are several sizes but the only famous one is the 8'11 1/2 introduced in 1915 and in production ever since.

We hope this helps you a bit in your searches.