Steingraeber E-272

Since 1852, Steingraeber & Söhne have been making innovative hand-crafted pianos of the finest quality, played worldwide by an array of distinguished artists and in the most-renowned concert halls.

This is the first physical model of the E-272 Concert Grand Piano, praised by many pianists as being one of the most distinctive and outstanding instruments on the market today.

Steingraeber is the only manufacturer to have reduced the surface of the treble soundboard and to have restored its ‘classical relationship’ to short treble strings. Thus, Steingraeber strings have 27% less wood weight to set in motion. Even when softer intonation is called for, the player is rewarded with an immediate, singing resonance.

Steingraeber E-272
Listen to Pianoteq Steingraeber E-272 Grand Piano in action in various musical styles. All audio examples were recorded with a selection of Steingraeber presets using their default settings, unless stated otherwise (customized).
Classical demos
A.N. Scriabin - Album Leaf Op. 45 No. 1Steingraeber Prelude (customized)
F. Liszt - La CampanellaSteingraeber Recording 2
Pop/Jazz/Blues/Modern demos
J. Felice - Graeb 'yer SteinSteingraeber Recording 1
M. Black - Moderno BluesSteingraeber Bass & Piano split
C. Chee - The SwallowsSteingraeber Recording 3
N. Fogwall - Capri at dawnSteingraeber Cinematic
G. Paris - Lost In TimeSteingraeber Cosmic
Music, MIDI and audio files kindly provided by Miles Black, Connor Chee, Roger Cheng, Joseph Felice, Niclas Fogwall, Andrei Kuznetsov, Gilles Paris, Craig Richards and the Minnesota International Piano-E-Competition.