At 9’4″, the Mason & Hamlin Model CC-94 is the ultimate performance instrument.
The concert stage has a formidable new star in the CC-94, the first concert grand designed, built and introduced by an American piano manufacturer in half a century.
Lauded for its immense power as well as its sensitive and responsive action, the CC-94 is capable of extreme colors, shadings and textures, all with extraordinary clarity. The CC-94 can follow the most sensitive interpreter or cut through an entire symphony orchestra without sounding harsh. From its thunderous bass to its bell-like treble, the CC-94 is perfect for a wide range of repertoire and musical genres.
Handcrafted in limited numbers using only the world’s finest materials, the CC-94 epitomizes the piano makers art. It is distinguished by a massive rim design, wide body, oversized soundboard and double Tension Resonators, guaranteeing that the CC-94 will retain all of its brilliant tonal characteristics throughout the life of the instrument. No other concert grand offers these features so essential to a piano’s durability.
This CC-94 is available in polished ebony – Serial Number 94012. Video Sample:
Model CC-94 Specifications:
Length: 9ft 4in (284.5cm)
Width: 64.44in (163.7cm) (measured at keyboard of piano)
Rim: Hard Rock Maple
Rim Thickness: Inner 2.375in (60mm)
Outer 1.375in (35mm)
Total 3.75in (95mm)
Plate: Sand Cast Gray Iron, Full Perimeter
Soundboard: White Spruce Perimeter Taper (customized for each model)
Soundboard Size: 3645.5 Square Inches
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“Carrying the prestigious label as the ‘piano of choice’ by some of the world’s most acclaimed virtuoso pianists and composers including Sergei Rachmaninoff, Franz Liszt, and Maurice Ravel, the new concert grand piano is arguably the world’s finest. It’s also a rare handcrafted instrument, chosen to bring its world-renowned sound to the stages of not only Lincoln Center, Smithsonian Institute, Juilliard School, Berklee College of Music, Harvard University, Yale University, Brigham Young University, Boston Conservatory, Carnegie Mellon University, and University of California Berkley, and the Hi-Desert Cultural Center in Joshua Tree.”
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