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  • Plan de cordes parallèles Erard 1853

    Piano straight strings

    Straight-strung piano layout. In contrast to cross-stringing: the strings are all parallel, so a single cast iron frame is not needed - instead metal braces are used. This was used on all pianos up until the end of the 19th century and abandoned around 1920 (expect by Erard).

    Piano straight strings

    Straight-strung piano layout. In contrast to cross-stringing: the strings are all parallel, so a single cast iron frame is not needed - instead metal braces are used. This was used on all pianos up until the end of the 19th century and abandoned around 1920 (expect by Erard).