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Coach House Pianos

Coach House Pianos

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Discover the special nature of a visit to our purpose built Regency style showrooms where you will experience the unique atmosphere created by two floors full of both new and second hand pianos! Compare a small upright piano with a baby grand piano or maybe you wish to fulfil your dream with a concert grand piano – all are available from Coach House Pianos and in every price range to suit you!

Make your choice from several hundred new, pre-owned and restored instruments by world famous makes, such as Steinway, Boston, Essex, Bechstein, Blüthner, Bösendorfer, Yamaha, Kawai, Grotrian-Steinweg, Edelweiss, Schimmel, Steingraeber & Söhne, Sauter, Feurich, August Forster, Seiler, Fazioli, Schreiner & Söhne...and many more!!

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  • 878 Carmarthen Road
    Swansea, Swansea SA5 8HR
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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.