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A brand new grand piano or upright should be tuned twice in the first year and from then on once to twice a year in the following years. Furthermore, the necessary servicing depends on the tonal demands, intonation and style, as well as how often and intensive the instrument is played, and where the instrument is location and how the climate is.

Where tones resonate,

there is also susceptibility to unwanted noises. The problems is often easy to locate, whether these sounds come directly from the piano or if the source is located elsewhere in the instrument. Foreign bodies can easily enter the instruments, affecting the function of the musical mechanism.


Liquids should never enter the instrument or the musical mechanism. Therefore, no vases, glasses or bottles should be placed on the piano. Should fluids enter the instrument, a specialist should be consulted over the necessary steps to take.