A beautiful piano with a warm sound.
1828, Vienna: When Ignaz Bösendorfer started his own piano-making business, young virtuoso Franz Liszt was destroying almost all pianos with his passionate playing. At the time, there were almost 150 piano builders in Vienna alone, which actually illustrated the importance of the piano in music. Following the advice of his friends, Liszt selects a Bösendorfer Grand for his concert, and in fact, this piano stands up to his powerful performance. Bösendorfer becomes famous overnight and a close friendship develops between Franz Liszt and Bösendorfer. The close relationship with Bösendorfer is documented by more than 40 letters and telegrams written by Liszt. Pianists have always found a reliable partner in a Bösendorfer Grand.