Upright Pianos

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Then came gramophone and radio which put an end to the piano's extensive popularity, for social patterns too were changing, and the depression years took their toll. Pianomakers responded to these pressures by in the 1930's introducing the miniature upright piano. These miniatures rapidly caught on and created a new vogue for the piano...
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These miniatures rapidly caught on and created a new vogue for the piano. As, however, the space available was severely restricted, compromises were inevitable. The soundboard was small and bass string lengths were short, so tone was poor. For a time baby grands enjoyed marked popularity. Again the string lengths were inevitably too short to yield even the tone of a good upright...
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