Time honored design and a legacy of superior craftsmanship…
Since its founding, Wm. Knabe & Co. has been a rich part of American music history. In 1838, Francis Scott Key, composer of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” commissioned a custom-built Knabe square grand piano for his home. In 1891, Knabe pianos and their sponsored guest conductor, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, performed at the opening of Carnegie Hall. In 1926, Knabe became the official piano of the New York Metropolitan Opera.
Our Knabe Collection
Today, you’ll find Knabe piano in famous celebrities museums (including Elvis Presley and Walt Disney). Additionally, as two of America’s oldest brands, Steinway and Knabe each share the distinction of being the official presidential piano of the White House more times than any other brand.
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