Steinway & Sons isn’t resting on their laurels. With a name synonymous with concert-quality instruments, the company has continued to create hundreds of thousands of instruments and now has an app-driven player piano to add to the mix.

This year Steinway & Sons, founded in 1853, unveiled their 600,000th piano. It’s for sale, if you’re interested — and happen to have a couple million dollars on hand.

And the company isn’t just playing the same old tune. They recently rolled out a player piano which they say has top-of-the-line 21st century sound. The piano is controlled by the touch of an app.

It’s a 21st century update of a piano they’ve been making at a New York City factory since 1871, where very little else has changed since.

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