Antique Piano Shop - Selective Notes

Preserving Musical Memories from “Auld Lang Syne”

As another year ends and the New Year dawns, it’s tradition to sing the old Scottish song “Auld Lang Syne.” Though it’s difficult to pronounce in the vernacular (even the English translation gives some of us trouble), its meaning is simple: as time goes by, we remember old friends. To us at Antique Piano Shop, continue reading

The Keys to Success

Located in the friendly town of Friendsville, Tennessee, Antique Piano Shop is one of the only companies in the world that restores antique musical instruments to historically accurate glory and customizes pianos and organs to suit any interior design need specified by designers and homeowners. For those who may be new to our blog, our continue reading

For What It’s Worth – The Story Behind a Beloved Story and Clark Piano

In the sunny corner of a large Victorian home in Tyronza, AR, stood a mahogany Story and Clark grand piano purchased as a wedding gift for the homeowner’s bride. Bellwood Farrell, M.D., had traveled to New York City to search for the finest instrument he could locate for Beulah Mae, his beloved fiancée. During the continue reading