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OLD AND STRANGE ACTIONS
suggest you print out these diagrams
so that you can study them easier.
This is the more recent, late 1800s, version of the Vienna action.
It has a better repetition aspect than the old version below, and
the back check arrangement is a great improvement over the
old version which must have let the hammer bounce. This shows
how piano actions were evolving during the 1800s. Our customer in
Vienna tells us the piano plays very well, considering the simplicity
of the repetition aspect. Most parts replacements and felt parts must
See regulating instructions for these actions at http://www.mozartpiano.com/viennese.html
Same site-- See some fine old pianos http://www.mozartpiano.com/
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