B Sharp Pianos

B Sharp Pianos

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  • Baptist Church Wordsworth Rd
    Hackney, London N16 8DA
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Rather than buying an old worn out starter piano try hiring/renting a new instrument that looks nice, stays in tune with a good action and touch from £40pm. If after one year you like the piano, you can purchase it with 100% credit of the rental paid or continue to hire without loosing the discount. One complimentary tuning is included with the option to upgrade the piano retaining the discount.

Hire a piano for a week! Hire a piano for a day!
There is no minimum hire period with any piano and all pianos are under guarantee should any problem arise.

Transport costs are not included and there is an additional charge for transport for four or more stairs be they up or down.

Key facts

No deposit required or minimum hire period

  • 12 months credit applied if you purchase in the first year and the upgrade option.
  • One complimentary tuning included and guarantee.
  • Trade prices charged for delivery and collection but excluded in a sale if the piano has been hired/rented.
  • Choice of Steinmayer, Kawai, Irmler and other used pianos in stock for example Yamaha, Bechstein, Steinway.


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Did You Know Piano Facts

Muzio Clementi

Muzio Clementi 23 January 1752 to 10 March 1832 was an Italian-born British composer, pianist, pedagogue, conductor, music publisher, editor, and piano manufacturer. who was the son of a silversmith? the piano firm Clementi eventually became Collard and Collard.

He was encouraged to study music by his father, Muzio was sponsored as a young composer by Sir Peter Beckford who brought him to England to advance his studies in music. Later, he toured Europe numerous times from his long-standing base in London. It was on one of these occasions, in 1781, that he engaged in a piano competition with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Clementi published a highly respected piano method which even Beethoven endorsed him, sending pupils along to Clementi.