On these pages we successively make available valuable things that will surely delight all piano and pianola enthusiasts. Soon we will provide the following additional things here: Data on deliveries from Ibach to Welte, the Ibach Anniversary Book from 1894, Blüthner catalogues, and much more.

This way we might solve some unsolved mysteries together. How did the piano builders manage to produce instruments so full of character and sound in the golden era, how did Welte record them, how did Eugenie Adam Benard look like, why does DUCA resemble Welte Mignon so much, did Hupfeld have a DEA recorder in 1904, and much more.

We have invested a lot of time and money in these resources that are freely available here for you - and we want to continue to do so. We would be grateful for any voluntary recognition and support. In this way you can help us to find, digitize and make available here more treasures of this kind. Many thanks!

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