The smallest grand piano by Steinway & Sons was brought out in the 1930s so that the powerful sound of a Steinway could also be enjoyed in places where space was in short supply. Such rich sonority can otherwise only be experienced with larger models.
'Probably the central thing about Steinway for me is the singing, sustaining tone... The tone that has personality, that's human, that's not “just a sound” but seems to have a kind of life of its own.'
- Width: 146,5 cm
- Weight: 252 kg
- Length: 155 cm
At 155 cm in length, this “Baby” grand piano was introduced in the 1930’s and features the powerful and rich tone of a much larger piano. Small enough to fit nicely into almost any room, this piano is handcrafted using the same materials and techniques that go into making Steinway concert grand pianos.