Boz SL Grand Lite
This piano is a 1926 Steinway L that my grandparents bought back in the 1950’s. For almost 70 years, it was in the same corner of my grandparents house being played a few times a year, serving more as a great spot to hide under.
It wasn’t until my later years that I learned how great a piano it was, at which point my Grandma started a contest. Whichever of her grandkids could play the best when she died would get the piano.
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Gravitas and personality
Because I’m not a pianist and have never owned a piano I am always astonished by how individual each piano sounds. I don’t know how Boz Millar recorded his Steinway but the low notes in particular have a marvellous depth and gravitas I don’t hear in some of the other grands on pianobook. It’s probably true to say that each piano excels in one area or another and it’s the roundness of the lower registers that makes this one special for me. Thank you, Boz.