Cavendish Boudoir Grand
As with other Cavendish models, the emphasis is on dynamic range.
‘Dynamic range is everything,’ explains Adam Cox of Cavendish. ‘The greater the range, the greater the artistic palette for expression. Most people know that as a piano is struck harder the tone becomes brighter. If a piano is bright-toned even when played softly, there is little potential for a broad dynamic range. This is why we do not conform to the modern trend of building bright-toned pianos – it constricts this all-important range. There is more to a mellow tone piano than meets the eye (or ear).’
In comparison to similar-sized grands, the Cavendish Boudoir Grand has less string tension, which is spread evenly over the length of the bridge.
This reduced string tension allows for a larger soundboard, creating longer sustain, and a richer, singing quality in the tone (as well as longer piano life). A wealth of other engineering enhancements, including optimal placement of ribs and bridges, also contribute to the Cavendish’s superior tone, stability and longevity.
The Cavendish Boudoir Grand piano also offers a larger soundboard in comparison to other pianos of the same length, due to its
innovative ‘wide tail’ design. This wider construction of the case means that the Cavendish 186cm Boudoir Grand has the same
soundboard area as a typical 196cm grand piano.
This creates the power, complexity and character of sound, as well as the feel of playing a much larger piano. Cavendish pianos are handcrafted in England without compromise.
This is a top-of-the-range British piano, with superb dynamic range.
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