What happens when the principle of the ‘golden section’ is transferred to a piano? It produces well-proportioned models such as the C 126 Tradition. In art and architecture, the golden section is frequently considered as the ideal proportions between certain combinations of lengths and is also viewed as being the epitome of aesthetics and harmony. Seen from this aspect, this model certainly fulfils all criteria.
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