Ant. Petrof 275

ANT. PETROF 275 grand piano, authorized by PETROF

ANT. PETROF 275 Concert Grand Piano is the PETROF company flagship, bringing the authority required for concert halls. It maintains the colourful, romantic and rounded tone which the PETROF instruments are praised for, thanks to first class materials. The instrument reflects the skills, care and innovatory spirit inherited ever since Antonín Petrof built his first grand piano in 1864.

The new pianos of premium brand ANT. PETROF were designed by the PETROF R&D Department, using an anechoic chamber for its acoustic measurements. The ANT. PETROF 275 concert grand piano includes several patented innovations, such as the newly designed solid maple bridges. The result is an exceptional bass and treble response, greater soundboard resonance, and a pure, singing tone. Moreover, its European solid spruce soundboard delivers PETROF’s characteristic romantic tone with a wide dynamic range.

This physically modelled virtual instrument for Pianoteq is authorized by PETROF and captures the characteristic PETROF sound with a range of presets offering a beautiful palette of timbres suitable for all kinds of music.

Listen to Pianoteq Ant. Petrof Grand Piano in action in various musical styles. All audio examples were recorded with a selection of Ant. Petrof presets using their default settings, unless stated otherwise (customized).
Classical demos
D. Scarlatti - Sonata in C Major K. 179Ant. Petrof Warm (customized)
A. Mozart - Fantasy in C MinorAnt. Petrof Recording 3
R. Schumann - Romance Op. 28 No. 2Ant. Petrof Recording 1 (customized)
Pop/Jazz/Blues/Modern demos
P. De Ridder - The Town Elders Of PetroviaAnt. Petrof Prelude (customized)
J.F. van Dijkhuizen - For Some OneAnt. Petrof Cinematic (customized)
Jerome Kern - YesterdaysAnt. Petrof Warm
M. Black - Autumn NocturnalAnt. Petrof Recording 1
M. Black - Something likePetrof Bass & Piano split
Music, MIDI and audio files kindly provided by Miles Black, Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen, Craig Richards, Piet De Ridder, Lanny Davis and the Minnesota International Piano-E-Competition.