LETTERS FROM THE WORLD'S GREATEST PIANISTS, VON BULOW. D'ALBERT.
They BOTH DECLARE the J^ N A. B E ^^e BEST Pianos in America.
��VON BULOW'S LETTER,
CONCERT TOUR, 1890.
� �EUGEN D'ALBERT'S LETTER
WM. KNABE i. CO.
�To WM. KyABE, Esq., Baltimore.
Bear Sir: My renewed and by more use- under aggravating circumstaiires, as bud health and tiresome traveling enlarged experience qf your Pianos this (second and lad transatlantic) season has throughout confirmed myself in the opinion I expressed laxt i/ear, viz. ; That sound and touch of the Knat)e Pianos are more sympa- thetic to my ears and hand< than sound and touch of anj' other Pianos in the United States. As I met with frequent op)Mrt unities of estab- lishing comparisons between the Knabe Pianos and Instruments of rivaiizing or ivould-rivatiz- ing producers, I dare now add that I declare them the absolutely best in America. With sin- cere regards.
DR. HANS VON BULOW. Hamburg, Ulth May, 1890.
�(Translated from the German.)
�During my sojoirn heie 1 had frequent opportunities to make myself acquainted with the Knabe Pianos, and fi cm f idlest conviction I declare them to be the best Instrumtnts of America. Should I return here for artistic pur- poses uhich tnay be the cate veiy soon I shall most certainly use the jnanos of this celebtated make. I give this testimonial with pleasure, voluntarily, and entirely unsolicited for by the house of Knabe.
Xew York, May 16, 1890.
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