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    Piano crossed strings

    Cross-strung piano layout. It involves strings being strung so that the lowest notes are across the top of the mid-range notes. Cross-stringing was invented mainly to reduce the length of pianos. (Appears around 1880, widespread by 1900).

    Piano crossed strings

    Cross-strung piano layout. It involves strings being strung so that the lowest notes are across the top of the mid-range notes. Cross-stringing was invented mainly to reduce the length of pianos. (Appears around 1880, widespread by 1900).