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August 11th, 2017

Choosing the Right Kawai Digital Piano for You

Choosing your next digital piano is a big investment and something that requires a considerable amount of time and research. We understand that it can be quite overwhelming with the vast selection on the market, so here at Richard Lawson[...]

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July 17th, 2017

5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Professional Piano Moving Service

For any musician or music lover, their piano is often their most prized possession and the prospect of moving it anywhere can be completely daunting. Whether you’re moving home or you’re a pianist on tour, you’ll want to be sure[...]

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June 14th, 2017

Why a Petrof Piano is worth Considering

One of the several excellent brands of piano that we stock here at Richard Lawson Pianos are by the Czech manufacturers Petrof. Since being founded in 1864 by the Czech piano maker Antonín Petrof, the company’s reputation has spread all[...]

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May 19th, 2017

The Disklavier – Three reasons you should buy an Enspire

Our last blog explored the brilliance of the Yamaha Disklavier, a range of acoustic reproductive pianos available in upright piano and baby grand form. Equipped with electronic sensors and electromechnical solenoids, Disklavier pianos are able to natively record and play[...]

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May 15th, 2017

The Disklavier – An Introduction

When it comes to music education, the Yamaha Disklavier is a tough brand of pianos to beat. This type of piano is ideal for improving a music student’s performance, and for that reason is regularly used by universities, conservatories, and[...]

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March 16th, 2017

Would You Benefit from A Silent Piano?

Any pianist will know the difficulties that arise when balancing the amount of hours of commitment required to become a competent player, with placating family members or neighbours who have to listen to your many hours of practice. Whilst the[...]

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March 13th, 2017

Buying your first Grand Acoustic Piano: 5 things to consider?

When it comes to buying your first Grand Acoustic Piano there a number of things to consider before you make that final purchase, and we wanted to help you out by highlight five of the most important aspects you need[...]

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March 13th, 2017

Yamaha Upright Acoustic Pianos – U1 & U3: Which is best for me?

Richard Lawson Pianos has a rich history within the music industry, and of course specifically pianos. We have over 40 years of expertise in the piano trade; meeting the needs of those who take a keen interest in music and[...]

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March 13th, 2017

Popular Pianos from the Piano Professionals

Have pianos ever been more popular than they are today? With a rich history over several hundred years, the piano has progressed into one of the best loved instruments by amateurs and professionals alike. They are extremely versatile and produce[...]

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March 13th, 2017

Classy Clavinova Digital Pianos to Choose From

Are you searching for an outstanding digital piano that has a fantastic dynamic range and pushes the boundaries of piano sounds? Welcome to the musical world of the Clavinova. The Yamaha Clavinova range is extensive and it has a rich[...]

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November 18th, 2016

Hitting All the Right Notes with a New Piano

The Steinway Grand piano could be seen as the pinnacle of all kinds of these musical instruments and you’d be lucky to own one in your home. There is a reason that 19 out of 20 pianists decide to use[...]

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November 18th, 2016

4 Reasons Why a Steinway Grand Piano Hits the Right Notes

The Steinway Grand piano could be seen as the pinnacle of all kinds of these musical instruments and you’d be lucky to own one in your home. There is a reason that 19 out of 20 pianists decide to use[...]

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