Most Expensive Pianos In The World | Top 10
You probably have seen our top about the most expensive guitars in the world but you haven’t seen expensive instruments until you have seen our top 10 most expensive pianos !
In the eyes of many the piano might not seem as such a hard instrument to play but mastering it is a whole other story, let me tell you.
It takes years of good, intense practice and a high level of dexterity and coordination to become a skilled pianist.
Let us not forget that the piano is a powerful instrument, one that simply has no equal when it comes to bringing forward the range of human emotions.
Because of its superb combination of natural metal string acoustics and the systematic keyboard arrangements it gives the piano a note of superiority over other instruments.
I believe that without the invention of this brilliant instrument, works of well-known compositors such as Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in G Minor Op.23,No. 5, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonata No.28 in A Major,Op. 101, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s concerto No.1 in B-flat Minor, Op.23 could never fully appreciated if the notes were to be played by other musical instruments.
Without further ado here are our top 10 Most Expensive Pianos!
10. Fazioli Brunei-$400,000
This piano was established by pianist and mechanical engineer Paolo Fazioli 32 years ago,and it is presently the most expensive concert grand piano in the world!
Fazioli Pianoforti is the Italian company that produced this piano. This unique instrument was made with inlays of precious stones,mother of pearls and exotic woods, and was also adorned with semi-precious stones.
As I mentioned above, Fazioli is not only an exceptional pianist but also one of the best piano manufacturers, which is why he focused more on quality than on quantity producing no more than 110 pianos per year.
What specifically makes this piano a masterpiece is the fact that Fazioli tuned it so it produces a deeper bass and mellower sound.