Hanlet upright piano, Brussels, 1950

At the turn of the century, the prestigious pianos were very popular. After the two world wars this all changed. The few remaining piano builders started building smaller grands and more modest upright pianos. This pianino Hanlet model duo is a typical example of the inexpensive pianos. This piano has 2 strings instead of 3 and is made out of materials such as multiplex, fabric and plastic. They were an answer to the public demand for more compact and affordable instruments in the fifties style.

Technical data:

  • Inscription: Hanlet Paris duo
  • Compass: 7 octaves (AAA-a'''')
  • Keyboard: naturals in white plastic, sharps in ebony
  • Pedals: 2: una corda - forte
  • Dimensions: W 130 cm / D 52 cm / H 108 cm
  • Case: multiplex with black keyboard support
  • Literature: CM 64 195
  • Location: 1 - Museum "Piano's Maene" Brussels

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