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Stuyvesant Player Piano
By Bruce Clark

[ David Price wrote in 120612 MMDigest:

> I can't find much information about Stuyvesant other than they
> were a division of Aeolian.

The Stuyvesant player piano was Aeolian's "economy model."  In my
estimation they were not as carefully made as the higher quality
pianos that Aeolian manufactured.

Bruce Clark

 [ The Aeolian Company of New York advertised in 1911 that their
 [ "Pianola" player system was available in these Aeolian brands:
 [ Aeolian, Steck, Stroud, Stuyvesant, Weber, Wheelock.  -- Robbie

(Message sent Thu 14 Jun 2012, 12:00:53 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Piano, Player, Stuyvesant

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