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    Mis à jour le 06.01.14
  • Steinway and Sons
    Richard LIEBERMAN


    (livre en anglais)

    Livre - Broché

    Yale University Press

    Référence:
    384 p., 5.94 (w) x 8.95 (h) x 0.94 (d) - 1997

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    Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg founded Steinway & Sons in 1853 to build grand pianos with superior sound and action. The company's story is that of four generations of a large family, labor and management relations, marketing, and general economic conditions. Until 1972, the firm's presidents and key men were Steinway family members, most of whom had a better knack for making high-quality piano than for running a profitable business. Accordingly, management sought good craftsmen but paid the lowest wages they could, which led to many strike. Additionally, the Steinways saw their market as grand pianos and resisted making instruments the working classes could afford; so during recessions, profits and capital dried up. Fifth company president Henry Z. Steinway tired of running the company in the face of vigorous competition from Yamaha and sold out to CBS but remains as company historian and endorser of the pianos. Essentially, Lieberman gives us the history of one family—with its share of scandals, dissidents, and incompetents—who stood for quality but ran a business for profits at the expense of workers. Show Less





    



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