This range of Pianos is called “Premium” as they embody all that is excellent and extraordinary in a Piano. Superb products that are the culmination of so many aspects of Yamaha; the history, manufacturing craftsmanship, performance pedigree and the desire to produce the best!
The Bösendorfer Grand Piano 185 is a true cosmopolitan: whether being your personal musical partner at home, a studio grand or as a concert instrument for the selected audience, this Bösendorfer Grand captivates any environment. Connecting private space with public appearance. 6’1” in length this instrument masters demanding interpretations and reveals itself as a true Bösendorfer with profound sound volume, bright radiance and distinctive colours: the sound of a Bösendorfer Grand.
Gazing at the extra black keys of this Bösendorfer Grand the pianist immediately realises that this instrument is far from ordinary. This Grand Piano – like the bigger brother 290 Imperial – has been crafted dedicating to the tradition of Viennese piano building. With its unique design and size this piano delights by an exceptional multitude of colours similar to an orchestra. Delicately fragile pianissimo to brilliant fortissimo, this Bösendorfer Grand sways the audience – down to the Subcontra F. These additional bass notes do not only enrich the tonal volume of the instrument, but subsequently paint additional sound colours and open up an orchestral sound spectrum. This unique sonic presence in all registers is the sound basis of the popularity of the Bösendorfer 225 as chamber and solo instrument.
A presence which leaves no audience unmoved.
Designed with the concept of “Beauty and Power”
Handcrafted from the same materials by the same elite artisans, all three models of the CF Series share a beautiful expressiveness and deep tonal presence. The flagship model is the CFX; a full sized 9-foot (275cm) concert grand piano suitable for the largest of concert halls. Retaining the same outstanding characteristics as the CFX, the 7-foot (212cm) CF6 is a perfect choice for recital halls, while the 6-foot 3-inch (191cm) CF4 is excellent for performing at smaller venues and teaching studios.
The nine-foot CFX is a full size concert grand piano characterized by a powerful bass, a wide palette of tonal colors, and the ability to create the subtlest musical expression. The sound is rich yet clear in all registers, and can be heard over the sound of a symphony orchestra, even in very large concert halls. The CFX is Yamaha’s flagship model, and it marks a new milestone in the history of fine piano manufacturing.
The seven foot CF6 has such a big sound, you may mistake it for full-size concert grand. It has an open yet rich tone, and an action which is quick and responsive—a joy to play. All the CF Series pianos are characterized by a wide palette of tonal colors and the ability to create the subtlest expressive nuances. The CF Series pianos can “sing” phrases with a depth of expressiveness rarely heard.
The six foot three length of the CF4 is small enough for a recital hall or teaching studio, but it has a surprisingly big sound. The CF Series pianos are characterized by a wide palette of tonal colors and the ability to create the most subtle expressive nuances. The CF Series pianos can “sing” phrases with a depth of expressiveness rarely heard.
All the dedication needed to bring the ideals we have built up over more than one hundred years of piano-making to the twenty-first century. Brilliant, full tone, and resonance that satisfies every time you hear it. Expressive control inherited from the CFIIIS concert grand gives S series grands the strength and finesse to satisfy even the most demanding musician, making every performance one of pure delight.
The S4 has the musicality of a concert grand, rich in the sound aesthetics demanded by musicians.
Larger than the S4, the S6 is perfect for both practicing at home and recitals in small venues.
Preserving tradition is not the same thing as refusing to change;rather, it is from the ongoing search for perfection that traditions emerge. And when it comes to the tradition of crafting a grand piano, there is a sound, a tone to which only those who strive constantly to outdo themselves can aspire. For almost half a century, Yamaha’s world-renowned C Series grand pianos have continued through a gradual process of refinement The CFX full concert grand piano built on the knowledge, techniques, and experience gained during this long period, with craftsmen pouring everything they knew into the creation of an instrument that took bold new steps in piano design, seeking to attain sonic perfection. The CX Series extends this work further, providing a clear sound with a clean attack, sparkling tone, and transparent harmonies, all encased in an elegant, flowing form.
The end result is a series of instruments that is refined in tone, yet bold in design, the product of a dedication to innovation that allows Yamaha to remain true to its musical heritage. CX Series pianos represent progress that is commensurate with Yamaha’s 125th anniversary year – progress that will transform any room in which you play into a concert hall.
Superb balance and rich tone. Every inch of the compact CX Series instruments exudes Yamaha’s passion for the ideal piano.
They possess a clear, crisp sound, pure, and with a superb depth of tone.
In setting out to design a piano that could resonate with the pianist, the designers of the CX Series have created instruments that can truly sing.
The voice of a piano has a limitless facility for expression, shifting with the melody and overlaying notes into a wonderful harmony. CX Series pianos are high-grade grand pianos, possessing both power and subtlety.
A powerful, forceful presence, CX Series pianos possess a wealth of reverberation, taking in the nuances of a player’s intentions and reflecting them in the depth and projection of the music itself.
The top model in the CX Series is very close to a concert grand, and “sings” with a voice of refined grace.