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LETTERS FROM THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANISTS, VON BULOW. D'ALBERT.

They BOTH DECLARE the J^N A.BE ^e BEST Pianos in America.

��VON BULOW'S LETTER,

AFTKS CONCERT TOUR, 1890.

� �EUGEN D'ALBERT'S LETTER

TO

WM. KNABE 4 CO.

�To WM. KNABhJ, Esq., Ba'tinwre.

Dear Sir: My rmewel and by more use under aggravating circuinstatires, as had health and tiresome truvetiag enlarged experimce of your fHunos this {second an I last transatlantic) season has througfioiit confirmed myself in the opinion lex/rre^sed last year, viz. ; That sound and touch of the Knalie Pianos are more syuijia- thetic to my ears and hands than sound and touch of any other Pianos in the United States. .^s I met with frequent opi>ortunities of estab- lishing comparisons between the Knabe Pianos and Instruments of rivalizing or would-Hvaliz- ing pridwers, I dart now add that I declare them the absolutely best in America. With sin- cere rejards.

Yours truly,

DR. HAm VON BULOW. Hamburg, nth May, 1890.

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�During my SQ)oirn heie J had frequent opportunities to make thyself' icqvaintcd tvith the Knabe J'lanos, and /rem fullest conviction 1 declare thtm to be the best Instruuic nts of America. Should I return here for artistic pur- pose*: uhich rnay be the cafe veiy soon I shall most certainly use the pianos oj this celebrated make. I c,ire this testimmial with pleasure, voluntarily, and entirely uusohcited for by the house of Knabe.

EUGEN D'ALBERT.

New York, May 16, 1890.

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