Bosendorfer Limited Edition Models
The Limited Edition Bosendorfer designer model grand pianos are rare and magnificent collectors’ items. Each piano is lovingly hand-crafted, bold in design and of course, pure Bosendorfer in power and musical virtuosity. Many of the Limited Edition acoustic piano models have completely sold out. Below are a selection of some of these amazing pianos.
Swarovski Crystal Model
Each model is brilliantly adorned with 8,000 hand-cut Swarovski crystals.
Artist Series - Klimt Model
This piano honors one of Austria’s most famous painters on the 150th anniversary of his birth. His celebrated “Kiss” from the Belvedere Museum in Vienna has been recreated on the inside lid of the bestselling Model 200.
Artist Series - Cocteau
The Cocteau was created to celebrate the 66th anniversary of the Menton Music Festival and honors French writer, designer, playwright, artist and filmmaker, Jean Cocteau.
180th Anniversary Grand
2008 – 180 years of Bosendorfer, a celebration.
Facsimile of the original “Moonlight” Sonata manuscript
The Emperor is decorated with richly carved and gilded details, all made by hand in a painstaking process.
The background veneer is dark oak. The lower side of the lid, fallboard and music desk, are an intricate pattern of brushed stainless steel and veneers including burr walnut, amboyna, figured maple and dark oak.
The well-known Austrian architect Hans Hollein created the optically detailed model 225 for a limited edition.
The first design of Bösendorfer’s new Marquetry Series of Grand Pianos, the limited edition Model 200 SP “Hummingbirds”, in 2013. While many historical pianos have included marquetry designs, they have seldom been re-envisioned for the 21st Century.
The Opus No. 50.000 was inspired by two instruments created for the 1867 World Exhibition in Paris, both of which were neo-classical in concept.
Liszt Anniversary Grand
In celebration of the composer’s 200th birthday, Bosendorfer designed the Liszt Anniversary Grand as a limited edition.
With its striking marquetry patterns, the Marquis is a splendid example of craftsmanship and tradition.