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Going Public The fortunes of the piano changed dramatically in the final third of the eighteenth century. Suddenly, during the s, pianos began to be heard in public concerts, and keyboard publications began to specify the piano, usually as an alternative to the harpsichord. 14 Why did the piano suddenly burst onto the scene in so many places and ways at once? One reason the piano began to appear in public concerts is that it had finally made its way to cities where such concerts occurred. Concert series like the Bach-Abel concerts in London or the Concert Spirituel in Paris, where the piano was heard in the s, had no to s 01 Piano NB, int,ch1,2 p1-63 1/25/02 11:11 AM Page 21 equivalent in Florence, Rome, Lisbon, Madrid, and Potsdam, where the piano had been found until then.
When the Broadwood factory burned down in (the tools lost were valued between three thousand and four thousand pounds), a new factory of the same design was built in the same leased location. No modern machinery for woodworking was added.
But the boundaries existed to be crossed. to s 01 Piano NB, int,ch1,2 p1-63 1/25/02 11:11 AM Page 23 Amateur players filled the concert halls to hear the professional players, and although in one sense the amateurs might have needed a distinct repertory of music to play, suited to their own level of competence, in another sense they might have wanted to play — or at least try to play — the music that they had heard performed in concerts. As a result, although one can speak of amateur and professional genres of piano music, nothing illuminates the culture of the piano in this period more than to see where these generic boundaries break down.
21st-Century Musical Instruments. Hardware and Software by Jon Appleton