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Played at Carnegie Hall by internationally acclaimed concert pianist Margaret Leng Tan, Schoenhut’s Traditional Spinet is a musical instrument of highest quality. Publicized in the New York Times, this is the only toy piano ever played at Carnegie Hall. This piano is certain to enhance your child’s love of music with its endearing melodic tones.
Chromatically tuned, the lovely chime-like notes are produced by little hammers striking precision-ground, German steel music rods (versus the conventional taut wires used in full-sized models). Schoenhut’s® patented Learning System, with its play-by-color teaching method, makes playing simple and fun. A removable color strip fits behind the keys to guide small fingers from chord to chord. The chart also works on adult keyboards, since keys on Schoenhut® toy pianos are of corresponding width. This teaches children proper "finger stretch" from the very beginning. This Learning System has been specially designed to build a child’s confidence and develop basic playing skills.
Imported / Materials: hardwood and hardboard / Recommended age: Three and up
Piano: 19-3/4" high x 17" wide x 10-1/4" deep
Matching bench: 9-1/4" high x 10" wide x 6" deep
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