Bosendorfer Standard Models
The fundamental differences between Bosendorfer and other piano brands include: the use of air-dried Austrian spruce, hand-made craftsmanship, unrelenting durability, independent Capo d’astro, single stringing, open pinblock, hand-spun bass strings, Austrian sand cast frames, the unique and celebrated Bosendorfer action and above all, the Bosendorfer dedication to making the world’s finest pianos.
Model 120 CL
Model 130 CL
Model 155 Mignon
Model 290 Imperial
Bösendorfer rocks! Low Octave Black Keys Imperial Liszt Ballade 290 Imperial, by Lisitsa
In the score, Liszt writes the downward octave martellato passage in octaves in both hands – but then drops left hand to a single. Bosy Imperial 290 was not yet created back then…”