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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

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...

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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

S G Polishing

3 Laverock Road
Glasgow, Lanarkshire Ml6 7UD
Scotland

Tradition and modern french polishing techniques.

Furniture Diamond French Polishers

1121 Cathcart Rd
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G42 9BD
Scotland

I am a traditional (hand) French Polisher,with over 17 years experience in Antique Restoring/French Polishing. Based in the South Side of Glasgow

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Zofia Marshall Piano Tuition


Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Scotland

I am a piano and violin teacher with over 12 years' experience of teaching in independent schools and private practice. I graduated from the Royal ...

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Did You Know Piano Facts

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Around the middle of the twelfth century we find the keyed monochord, which was developed further, several strings being added, until eventually we recognize the clavichord. A tangent was fitted to the back of each key, which when raised contacted the single string, and facilitated simultaneous notes. The tangent acted as a bridge determining the speaking length of the string. A mute was fitted to the non-speaking length, so when the key was released the note stopped singing.