Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Schoenhut Pianos Help Little Fingers Make Big Music

Ping… ping… ping… If your child is a music lover, chances are you’re familiar with the tiny sounds that come out of child-sized instruments. Musical toys that are made for children’s hands are just that – toys. However, just because they’re young doesn’t mean your kids don’t deserve a serious instrument. Schoenhut Pianos are the perfect tool for any budding Mozart.

Schoenhut Pianos stand out among instruments for children because they’re designed to both fit a child’s stature and stand on their own as a legitimate musical instrument. Each piano is specifically crafted to recreate the feel of playing on a full-size piano. However, your toddler’s height and reach are taken into account, leading to a more comfortable playing experience.

These pianos make beautiful music and can help your children enter the world of classical music, but they’re also a joy to look at as well. Each piano is a replica of a larger type of instrument. Their handsome finishing and rich colors will both delight little girls and boys and complement your home’s furnishings. You’ll find a number of different styles to choose from:

  • Schoenhut Traditional Deluxe Spinet Piano: The deluxe spinet piano is a great place to start if your child is showing an interest in music. With 37 keys it’s almost half the size of a standard piano. The key spacing lets little hands get comfortable with playing while still preparing them for an easy transition to a full size piano.
  • Schoenhut Elite Spinet Piano: At 25 keys, the Elite is smaller than the deluxe, but no less able to introduce your kids to playing piano. Just like with the Deluxe, the space between the keys allows your children to learn about correct finger spacing. This model comes in several finishes, including a lovely mahogany color.
  • Schoenhut Classic Baby Grand Piano: The Classic Baby Grand has a 30 key range and a beautiful design. Graceful spindle legs hold up this miniature baby grand, but it’s sturdy enough to stand up to regular play. Best of all, it is available in a variety of finishes to match your children’s tastes and your décor.
  • Schoenhut Concert Grand Piano: If you really want to go all out, the Concert Grand Piano is a fabulous choice. Designed to mimic full-sized concert grands, this piano makes a beautiful sound and an elegant statement in your home.
Schoenhut pianos all utilize the company’s patented learning system, which includes a removable strip of colors that can be added behind the keys. This gets your kids started in learning how to move from one chord to another. An included songbook will help your kids play some of their favorite songs.

Any budding musician will be thrilled to learn to play with a Schoenhut piano. Quality craftsmanship, ease of use, and design all come together to make these pianos a joy for anyone who encounters them. Who knows – with a quality instrument like this your child could be the next Beethoven! 

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