Collection: Aeolian Pianos

Founded in 1887 by William B. Tremaine, Aeolian pianos have a rich history as a significant name in the world of piano manufacturing. Aeolian pianos are known for their robust construction, warm, resonant sound, and the ability to produce player pianos, which were highly popular in the early 20th century. These pianos are crafted with meticulous attention to detail, incorporating high-quality materials such as solid spruce soundboards and precision action components to ensure a responsive and expressive playing experience. Aeolian pianos are also recognized for their stylish and elegant designs, available in various finishes to suit different tastes and interior styles. Whether used for practice, performance, or teaching, Aeolian pianos offer a blend of historical significance, reliable performance, and aesthetic appeal. 

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