Traditional Mozart Pianos
When looking for a new piano, many people decide to purchase a brand new digital piano. New electric pianos make an excellent sound which is usually comparable to a top end acoustic instrument. They also tend to work out much cheaper than a good acoustic piano. However, Mozart wouldn’t have played a digital piano.
Despite the enormous rise in popularity of electronic pianos, there are still pianists who are purists and traditionalists. These pianists will always choose to steer away from anything digital regardless of the price and portability.
Mozart Era Pianos
The very purest of pianists might be interested to know about the reproductions of Mozart era pianos if they aren’t already familiar with them. Various pianos that Mozart played, or might have played are reproduced and then sold to classical enthusiasts. While there are a number of companies that specialise in reproducing period instruments, the pianos that are reproduced with connections to Mozart generally tend to be manufactured in the Czech Republic. Unsurprisingly, these pianos are exceedingly expensive and you could buy a nice house in the UK with the same amount of money.
If You Aren’t That Into Mozart
If you really aren’t that interested in Mozart and are happy to play a digital piano, then there are many excellent options available to you at Chase Direct. All pianos stocked and sold by Chase Direct have brilliant reviews and are suitable for any piano player, no matter what age, standard, or ability. The Chase CDP-345 digital piano and Kawai KDP-110 electric paino are some of the most popular models stocked by Chase. If you would like to discuss your piano needs with one of the Chase Direct piano team then please do not hesitate to give us a call. Alternatively, browse the Chase Direct website for more information.