Triangle Pianos Ltd

Triangle Pianos Ltd

Contact Information

  • Salt Mill Barn
    Old Salsbury Lan
    Romsey, Hampshire SO510GD
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Piano Department

Director Paul Kibble has been in the piano trade for 31 years and uses all his experience to ensure we stock a superb range of new & used pianos. With his expert guidance, choosing the right piano will be a pleasure!


Sheet Music Department

Composer Pam Wedgwood helps a customer choose music from our extensive range. With over 20,000 books in stock, it's easy to find exactly what you want or browse for something new! We stock music for all instruments - not just piano!!

Monday to Saturday 9.30am - 5pm

Early Closing Thursday 9.30am - 1pm

School Holidays Friday & Saturday Only 9.30am- 5pm


Other Information

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Piano Shops

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