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Chas Foulds & Son (Derby) Ltd

40 Irongate,
Derby, Derbyshire DE1 3GA
England

Charles Foulds opened the first Foulds shop in Chapel Bar, Nottingham in 1893, when he bought the Nottingham branch of William Orme's business.

Geoff Willett

18 Cavendish Avenue
Allestree
Derby, Derbyshire DE22 2AQ
England

I trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and have over 40 years teaching experience from beginners to diploma level. I also work as an ...

Wheathills

Brun Lane
Derby, Derbyshire DE22 4NE
England

All of our work is carried out using traditional methods and traditional materials. We are happy to work on non-piano items.

Foulds Piano Hire

39-40 Irongate
Derby, Derbyshire DE1 3GA
England

Rental-Hire is Foulds' speciality, with schemes covering everything from pianos to piccolos, and literally thousands of youngsters have started their ...

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Did You Know Piano Facts



How big are upright pianos

Moden Upright pianos are usually between 110cm – 135cm in height, around 155cm wide and 60cm deep, the height being the major difference between models. You also have the old Mine piano at 70cm these are no longer made.

Upright pianos are popular because of their small footprint compared to a grand piano. While grand pianos may look more attractive, tall upright pianos are capable of producing a strong tone, wide dynamic range and better control in the keys and action than a small upright, Tall Uprights are usually only a few cms deeper and wider than shorter upright piano but will give you a much richer sound a good as most than a small Grands A small modern upright will have weight of 185kg a large one can exceed 235kg