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Gulbransen was established in 1904 By Axel G. Gulbransen and partners, and started manufacturing
pianos around 1915 in Chicago and Deerfield, Illinois. They were a well-regarded piano and organ
manufacturer, and at one time the world's largest maker of player pianos in the early 1900s.
Manufacture of Gulbransen acoustic pianos by the original firm discontinued in 1969. The
Gulbransen name was bought by a California music company in 1986, with pianos made for them by
Asian piano companies like Samick in Korea. They also began manufacturing synthesizers and digital
pianos in Asia. In 1992, the Baldwin Piano Co. selected the Gulbransen MIDISystem as the
foundation component in launching its Concert Master piano line. QRS Music Technologies acquired
the name in December 2002, continuing the association with Samick. In 2005, the Gulbransen name
served as an entry-level line of pianos for Story & Clark dealers, manufactured in China by the
Sejung Piano Co., but the line discontinued in 2010. The Gulbransen name is still being used in
electronic keyboards and organs.


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