Definition of Steinway

1. Noun. United States piano maker (born in Germany) who founded a famous piano manufacturing firm in New York (1797-1871).




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Steganopus
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Steinbeck
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Steinberg
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Steiner point
Steinert's disease
Steinman
Steinmetz
Steinway
Stelios
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Literary usage of Steinway

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1. History of the American Pianoforte: Its Technical Development, and the Trade by Daniel Spillane (1890)
"CFT steinway. New York, No. 233,7r0, Piano Square Board Bridge. Dec- 14.—J- Hardman, New York, ... CFT steinway, New York, 310, Piano Agraffe. 44 March 31. ..."

2. A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 to 1901 by Thomas Allston Brown (1903)
"steinway HALL BEYOND doubt the most famous concert room in New York and the one ... steinway Hall was opened Oct. 31, 1866, with a concert by the HL Bateman ..."

3. A History of the New York Stage from the First Performance in 1732 to 1901 by Thomas Allston Brown (1903)
"steinway HALL BEYOND doubt the most famous concert room in New York and the one ... steinway Hall was opened Oct. 31, 1866, with a concert by the HL Bateman ..."

4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"steinway in a few years turned his attention to piano - making, ... The course of events now induced steinway to leave Germany, and in April 1849 he ..."

5. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the by James Terry White (1895)
"In February, 1820, young steinway, having located his business at See- sen, foot of the Hart/ mountains, married, and on the 25th of November of the same ..."

6. History of Long Island: From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time by Peter Ross (1903)
"88 Walker street, where after the failure of Mr. Nunns the young firm of steinway & Sons took up their quarters. During his earlier lifetime William ..."

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