How to Identify the Markings of a Baby Grand Piano?

Answer A baby piano, sometimes called a baby grand piano, has several markings on it: a date that tells when the piano company was founded, and a serial number. The serial number is the most important mar... Read More »

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How to Identify a Square Grand Piano?

The square grand piano was developed in 18th and 19th century Europe. The square (or box) grand piano was developed as a smaller household piano that could fit in a confined space. In a regular pia... Read More »

How big is a baby grand piano?

A grand piano's length is measured from the front of the keyboard to the back of the instrument. A baby grand piano is 6 feet long. The largest grand piano, the concert grand, measures between 7 an... Read More »

How many keys does a baby grand piano have?

A standard baby grand piano has 88 keys, the same number as most other pianos. Typically, 36 of those keys are black keys, or sharps. The other 52 keys are white. The keys cover frequencies from 27... Read More »

What are the dimensions of a baby grand piano?

Baby grand pianos come in different sizes. A Yamaha GC2 Baby Grand is 5' 8" (173 cm) long, 59" (149 cm) wide and 40" (101 cm) tall, according to the Sherman Clay Piano Company of Houston, Texas. St... Read More »