Steingraeber & Sohne B 192

The B-192 is the latest Steingraeber design and closely modeled on the Steingraeber grand C-212 and thus the 2nd descendent of the famous Liszt piano from 1873.


The B-192 is the latest Steingraeber design and closely modeled on the Steingraeber grand C-212 and thus the 2nd descendent of the famous Liszt piano from 1873.

Very long bass strings on a similar scale to those of a chamber music grand are conducive to its wide range of sound. This piano transfers private homes into a concert salon; the B-192 is also well suited to discerning professionals and for use in music conservatories even in concert rooms.

In the Bayreuth Festival Summer of the Liszt Year 2011, Steingraeber presented the smaller brother of the C-212 design. Very long bass strings close to the scale of chamber concert grand pianos are the basis of its powerful, rich sound.

The relationship between the C-212 and B-192 goes so far that the mechanics of both pianos are identical!

This grand piano gives you unforgettable musical experiences at home and turns your salon into a concert hall. But professional pianists will also find a suitable partner in the B-192, for example in the Trossingen University of Music.

  • Concert touch thanks to the C-212 action
  • increased treble sustain

–  small tweeter dimensioning of the treble board

–  backstrings of the treble in triade-overtones

–  induction-hardened capo d’astro bars

  • sound-reflecting rim
  • hardened bridge pins in nickeled iron
  • agrafes hardened by steel pins
  • very long bass strings
  • highly flexible bridges made of solid red beech
  • straight bass bridge for a higher soundboard amplitude
  • perfect touch

–  fast-responding keys (20 % more upweight)

–  sharps 1 g lighter than white keys

–  reliable key tops without aquaplaning

  • frame design without hindering cross-braces for techniques for Contemporary music
  • responding touch by aluminium action rails with wooden fillings

  • sound-reflecting frame
  • Concert attack thanks to the C-212 mechanism
  • high amplitude of the soundboard thanks to the straight bass bridge without a bridge
  • particularly sonorous treble thanks to
    • correct tweeter dimension of the treble floor
    • Attachment strings in the mixed sound principle
  • Plate without obstructive cross braces for playing techniques of contemporary music
  • perfect variety
    • fast type of game (20% more weight)
    • reliable key surfaces without “aquaplaning”
    • 52–48 g (upper keys each 1 g lighter!)

Technical data and features

Technische Daten


Maximum length

max. Länge

6’3” / 193 cm


Maximum width/height


max. Breite/Höhe

61” / 41”

154 / 103 cm

Knee room


25” / 63,5 cm

Net weight

Gewicht netto

ca. 320 kg

Gross weight (cardboard)

Gewicht brutto

ca. 376 kg


Sounding space


Klingende Resonanzbodenfläche

11.357 cm2

1.760 sq. inch

1st bass string speaking length

Ton 1

55 1/12″

Dual weighting = touch weight naturals/sharps

Spielgewicht: Unter-/ Obertaste

48/47 g



21-27 g

Highly compressed beech pin block, number of layers

Stimmstock, Anzahl Buchenschichten

ca. 22

ebony sharps

Obertasten aus Ebenholz


mineral keytops for naturals

Untertasten mineralisch


Comprehensive genuine wood guarantee

Umfassende Echtholzgarantie


Environmentally-friendly processing

Umweltfreundliche Verarbeitung


Humidity-safe glued joints



Special drying for extremely low humidity

Sondertrocknung (Wüstenklima)


Keyboard lid bracke



Sostenuto pedal

Tonhaltepedal (Sostenuto)


Concert grand castors, with two brakes

Konzertrollen inkl. 2 Bremsen


3rd pedal muffler/hand-operated muffler


upon request

Adjustable lyre-stays

Einstellbare Lyrastützen


Una Corda regulation of capstanscrew



Mozart Rail (touch depth 8-10 mm)

Mozart-Zug (Spieltiefe 8-10 mm)


Sordino (pedal or kneelever)

Sordino-Zug (Pedal oder Kniehebel)


Phoenix bridge agraffes and hitch pins

Phoenix Stegagraffen und Anhangstifte


Carbon fibre soundboard

Kohlefaser Resonanzboden