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  • Agrafe du piano

    Agraffe

    Agraffes are pieces of brass with holes in which are screwed into the frame, holding the strings to the frame just in front of the tuning pins. Agraffes also allow the vibrating length of the strings between themselves and the bridge pins to be precisely determined. Piano agraffes were invented by Sébastien Erard in 1808.

    Agraffe

    Agraffes are pieces of brass with holes in which are screwed into the frame, holding the strings to the frame just in front of the tuning pins. Agraffes also allow the vibrating length of the strings between themselves and the bridge pins to be precisely determined. Piano agraffes were invented by Sébastien Erard in 1808.