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ne demands now made by an educated musical public are so exacting that very few Hannfacturers can produce Instruments that will stand the test which merit requires. So
CO.. as Manufacturers, rank amongst this chosen few, who are acknowledged to be standard instruments. In these days, when many Manufacturers urge the low price of the Kather than their superior quality as an inducement to purchase, it may not be amiss to sugl
a Piano, quality and price are too inseparably joined to expect the one without the other.
Every Piano ought to be judged as to the quality of its tone, its touch, and its workmansh an of these is wanting in excellence, however good the others may be, the instrument will be
It is the combination of these qualities, in the highest degree, that constitutes the perfect Pi i is this combination that has given the "SOHMER” its honorable position with the trad public.
Musical Authorities and Critics prefer the "SOHMER" Pianos, and they are pure those possessing refined musical taste and appreciating the richest quality of tone and the hig tion generally in a Piano.
Received First Prize Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1874 reived First Prize at Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, 1881 and
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