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Mr M Fulcher MABPT, Dip AEWVH


Hawick, Borders TD9 8PB
Scotland

Piano Tuning in Homes, Schools, Theatres and Concerts Venues in Scotland

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Scottish Removal Services

Unit 3
Garsgate Road north
Inverness, Inverness-shire IV3 8EX
Scotland

All types of pianos moved with care and consideration for the Instrument throughout the Brittish Isles" Concerts exhibitions a speciality. Trade and ...

Thomson Removals

Palmermount Industrial Park
Kilmarnock Road
Dundonald, Ayrshire KA2 9BL
Scotland

We provide various services including the following : household / domestic removals and office removals. secure storage. Containerised storage. Pallet...

West End Removers

102 Tresta Rd
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G23 5AD
Scotland

During which time we have built a reputation as one of the best piano removers in the country moving pianos for most of the major musical institutes ...

Piano Movers UK

4 Maryston Street
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G33 1PB
Scotland

Glasgow Moving Specialists for all Upright, Baby Grand, Pianola & Concert Grand Piano's

Last Minute Man and Van

Glenrothes
Fife
Fife, Fife KY6 1NA
Scotland

Removal, Re-location and Courier Service.
Experienced, professional, and well established friendly, local company with experience providing a service ...

Pitch Perfect Pianos

Tree Tops,
3 Teviot Bank Gardens,
Hawick, Renfrewshire TD9 8PB
Scotland

We can retail most of the well known brands of today and can advise you as to what would be the best style, touch and sound. Acoustic pianos don’t ...

Gordon Bell Pianos Ltd

45 Rosemount Viaduct
Rosemount
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB251NQ
Scotland

Kemble Centre of Excellence other leading brands by Kawai, Brodmann and Wendl and Lung of Vienna. Services include, Reconditioning, Event Hire and ...

Loch Ness Pianos

The Moorings,
Dochgarroch
Dochgarroch, Inverness IV3 8JG
Scotland

We offer a range of pianos, both new and used, with prices to suit all pockets. Of course, we also keep a selection of piano stools, new, secondhand, ...

Allan Makin & Sons

4-5 Summer Place
City of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH3 5NR
Scotland

We specialise in acoustic pianos and operate from our base in Edinburgh

Key Player

98 Canongate
The Royal Mile
City of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH8 8DD
Scotland

For over 40 years we have been known as Edinburgh Organ Studio but in 2010 we decided to rebrand from Edinburgh Organ Studio to Key Player. Still run ...

Biggars Music (Glasgow) Ltd

273 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 3HQ
Scotland

Biggars Music, established in 1867, is Glasgow's favourite and longest established piano, instrument and sheet music store, famous for providing great...

Mclarens Pianos

266 Clyde Street,
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G1 4JH
Scotland

Mclaren's is Glasgow's newest piano superstore offering the best selection of new & used upright and grand pianos and piano accessories in Scotland to...

Peter Smith & Sons

60 Backsneddon Street
Paisley,, Renfrewshire PA3 2BY
Scotland

Peter Smith and Sons 'The Piano Warehouse', for Pianos in Paisley,Glasgow and all over the UK.

Peter Smith & Sons (Canal Street)

9c Canal Street
Paisley, Renfrewshire PA1 2HD
Scotland

Welcome to Peter Smith & Sons, one of the UK premier piano retailers, over 100 pianos always on display,largest dedicated piano showroom in scotland....

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P. S. Pianos

3 Canal Street
Paisley, Renfrewshire PA1 2HD
Scotland

P. S. Pianos. A specalist piano shop. Being a piano tuner/ technician, with over 28 years experience, I would never encourage 'digital' pianos. My ...

Chris Connelly - Pianist


Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Scotland

Pianist Chris Connelly plays piano at weddings, parties, corporate events, hotels, bars and restaurants in Glasgow, Edinburgh and across Scotland. ...

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Flora Tzanetaki


Glasgow, Lanarkshire G3 6NA
Scotland

I have a grand piano at home . I obtain a masters in solo performance -piano from the Royal and Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

Chris Johnston Piano Teacher


Livingston, West Lothian EH54 8LP
Scotland

Fun, enthusiastic and dedicated teacher providing tailor-made piano and singing lessons. I am more than happy to teach students whose priorities are ...

S G Polishing

3 Laverock Road
Glasgow, Lanarkshire Ml6 7UD
Scotland

Tradition and modern french polishing techniques.

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Daniel Steibelt vs Beethoven
Daniel Steibelt was a German born classical pianist and composer. He challenged Beethoven to a musical duel in Vienna in 1800. Steibelt studied with Johann Kirberger before he joined the Prussian army.
The Vienna’s music patrons liked the idea of a duel between Steibelt and Beethoven. Each musician got a Prince to sponsor the idea. Since Steibelt was the challenger, he was to play first. In a cocky move, he tossed his sheet music aside. He was renowned for his storm-like bass and that night, apparently he did indeed conjure up a storm. He was greatly applauded. After his piece, all eyes were on Beethoven. Historian Alexander Wheelock Thayer speaks to the growing rivalry between the two:

“When Steibelt came to Vienna with his great name, some of Beethoven’s friends grew alarmed lest he do injury to the latter’s reputation. Steibelt did not visit him; they met first time one evening at the house of Count Fries Eight days later there was again a concert at Count Fries’s; Steibelt again played a quintet which had a good deal of success. He also played an improvisation (which had, obviously, been carefully prepared) …

This incensed the admirers of Beethoven and him; he had to go to the pianoforte and improvise. He went in his usual … manner to the instrument as if half-pushed, picked up the violoncello part of Steibelt’s quintet in passing, placed it (intentionally?) upon the stand upside down and with one finger drummed a theme out of the first few measures.”

Beethoven picked up the sheet music that Steibelt had tossed aside, and chose to play it upside down. Beethoven then proceeded to improvise an opus based on just three notes of Steibelt’s music. He created his own “storm,” he embellished, and mocked what he felt was Steibelt’s simplistic piece. Steibelt stormed out of the room while Beethoven was still playing. His benefactor Prince followed him out. Completely humiliated, Steibelt decided he’d never set foot in Vienna again as long as Beethoven lived there. Beethoven lived out his days in the city and the embarrassed Steibelt never returned. It’s tough to challenge a master, especially a master in his own city with his own fans and his own Princes to back him up.