Rise of the Public Performer
Grand Piano, 1788
Maker: Jean-Louis Dulcken
Munich, Germany
photo by SI
Representative of the great South German/Viennese school of the late eighteenth century,
this piano is similar to the instruments used by Mozart to play his piano concertos.
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Grand Piano, 1794
Maker: John Broadwood & Son
London, England
photo by
Robert C. Lautman
Representative of the rival late eighteenth-century London school of builders, this
Broadwood grand dates from the year of one of Haydn's visits to London and the type of
instrument for which he wrote his last piano sonatas and trios.
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