Bechstein


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Bechstein

(German ˈbeçʃtaɪn)
n
(Biography) Karl. 1826–1900, German piano maker; founder (1853) of the Bechstein company of piano manufacturers in Berlin
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After visiting the National Gallery, or Hertford House, or hearing Brahms or Beethoven at the Bechstein Hall, she would come back to find a new person awaiting her, in whose soul were imbedded some grains of the invaluable substance which she still called reality, and still believed that she could find.
I was pleased to show him around, and pointed out the rather battered Bechstein piano in one room.
Several recent studies suggest that children may make similar progress regardless of whether services are delivered via teletherapy or in the in-person mode (Gabel, Grogan-Johnson, Alvares, Bechstein, & Taylor, 2013; Grogan-Johnson, Alvares, Rowan, & Creaghead, 2010; Grogan-Johnson et al.
I WAS appalled when I read taxpayers have been left with a PS4m bill to protect a colony of endangered Bechstein bats.
This event is presented in association with the Rotary Club of Coventry, and will be held in aid of the restoration of the church's very rare 1878 Bechstein piano, and the creation of a library in Lokiliri in South Sudan.
Bechstein sits open in the studio's anteroom), has worked on set designs, and since the 1970s has published his own poems.
Schnabel complains to Foreman, "after having played almost a whole year on Bechstein pianos it is absolutely necessary' for me to have at least a week to adjust my self to the very different (and inferior) Steinways .
A shiny Bechstein piano on which he would play in a few hours, on a Berlin stage aptly named "The Home Port.
Rayes N, Bechstein WO, Keck H, Blumhardt G, Lohmann R and Neuhaus P.
According to Johann Matthaus Bechstein, in nature 'left to its own devices' every creature had its specific role; any human interference must therefore be based on profound knowledge of the natural world.