Upright piano P131 Renoir brushed satin black

A blend of tradition and modernity

The P131R is a tribute to the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir who used this emblematic piano by Pleyel as the model for “Woman at the piano” painted in 1876.  This instrument retains the classical aesthetics of the mythical Pleyel P131 upright piano of the time but with a resolutely modern satin black finish. This piano embodies the best of traditional craftsmanship while benefitting from all the musical attributes of a contemporary Pleyel. The accuracy of its touch combined with the Pleyel action offers pianists of all abilities a wide range of tones and nuances.

Specifications

Strings
Hellerbass & Röslau, Germany
Keyboard
Austrian spruce, ebony and PVC, 88 notes
Origin
Conceived in France, assembled in Indonesia
Pedals
Sustain, soft, mute
Finishing
Brushed satin black, brass hardware
Hammerheads
Wurzen Felt ffW®, Germany, hornbeam core, underfelt
Frame
Hammered brass finish
Pinblock
Dehonit Germany
Bridges
Premium solid beech, Austria
Action
according to Pleyel specifications
Wheels
Yes
Category
Upright
Soundboard
Ciresa solid spruce from the Val de Fiemme, Italia
Keyboard cylinder
Closing damping brake
Options
Silent system, Matching bench
Weight (kg)
282 Kg
Dimensions (mm)
1310 x 1490 x 680
Number of keys
88
Contact us