Gustav Mahler was undoubtably one of the greatest composers of all time. The Bohemia Mahler grand piano certainly has some of Mahler’s qualities when it comes to deep rich tones, beautiful melodic passages and controlled power. Whether you want to play classical, jazz or pop music the Bohemia Mahler grand piano is a joy to play.
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German Abel hammers
‘Rosslau’ strings and German copper
German ‘Delignit’ pinblock
Laminated birch rim,
Sand casted iron plate
Nickel plated steel tuning pins
Czech selected spruce soundboard and ribs
vibrating are of soundboard: 12,226cm squared
Choice of Bohemia or Bohemia/Renner action
Touch weight: 50-54g
Length of longest bass string: 1295cm
Back frame – 4 braces
3 pedals – shift, sostenuto, sustain
88 keys – Bohemia keyboard, individually balanced & lead weighted
Large brass castors.
Made in Czech Republic
Dimensions: Length (170cm/5’7″)
The history of Bohemia pianos began as early as in 1871 in the town of Jihlava when Josef Bìlohlavek, a skilled piano maker, opened his small workshop and gave work to several local craftsmen who were to become the first of many generations of piano builders.
The Bohemia piano is following up the pre-war tradition and thanks to the outstanding Czech engineer Miroslav Tauchman, succeeded in developing completely new construction models of pianos in extremely short time. With some 3,000 piano instruments produced annually, Bohemia Piano Company belongs to the largest European manufacturers.
During the recent years, Bohemia Piano Company gradually introduced 4 different models of grand pianos, starting at 158cm in the case of the smallest grand and including models 185 (Janacek), 210 and 272 (Dvorak) respectively, with the Dvorak grand piano intended for professionals performing in concert halls. The piano’s quality is monitored on an ongoing basis and individual products are innovated in accordance with specific requirements of Bohemia’s customers and new materials or procedures introduced to this otherwise predominantly conventional craft.