Luthéal Piano


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“L´enfant et les sortileges”, “Tzigane” – those are just two works by Maurice Ravel which make use of the luthéal.
The luthéal is probably one of the rarest piano instruments in existence – with only one original instrument being left. Invented by the Belgian George Cloetens, it uses a grand piano as its basis and allows to change the tone of the piano by applying the Luthéal mechanism. Built in 1922, it has been completely restored and resides at the Musical Instrument Museum (mim) in Brussels.


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