Piano Restoration for Iowa IA


Piano Repair Iowa IARestoration is Close At Hand

If you own a piano that is due or even over-due for quality refinishing, repair or restoration of any kind, from Altoona to Marion, to Newton to Davenport to Sioux City to Des Moines, your piano repair is as close as the entrance to your local interstate highway. Our expert movers are picking up, delivering & delighting piano lovers all across Iowa and across the country every day with pianos we repair and restore.

Department of Music & Theater
Iowa State University

The Department of Music at Iowa State offers a Bachelor of Arts in Music, Bachelor of Music in Music Education and a Bachelor of Music in Composition and a Bachelor of Music in Performance, including performance piano.

The Department of Music at Iowa State University is located in Ames, Iowa.

School of Music
University of Iowa

The School of Music at the University of Iowa offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music degrees. According the the School of Music web site, Areas of concentration are composition, jazz studies, music therapy, and performance, including piano, music composition, music history, and performance, including piano.

For graduate work, the School offers a Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Doctor of Philosophy, or Doctor of Musical Arts. The school also offers a theory pedagogy minor and a certificate in sacred music.

The School of Music at the University of Iowa is located in Iowa City, Iowa.

Piano Repair from Iowa to Pennsylvania and Back

Piano Repair in Iowa

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Iowa Piano Restoration
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The Piano, Harpsichord and Dulcimer

According to Alfred Dolge (Pianos and their Makers; A Comprehensive History of the Development of the Piano, 1911, Dover, 1972) the modern piano as we have come to know it is usually thought to be an historical extension of the Harpsichord, but is actually more closely related to the Dulcimer. Builders did actually try to rework the Harpsichord with hammer action, but they soon found that the Harpsichord was an illogical fit.

Dolge writes:

It seems much more reasonable to assume that the dulcimer (the German hackbrett), which was played upon with hammers held in the hands of the performer, similar to the xylophone, led to the invention of the pianoforte.

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