this room, side by side with the Canciani family's relics, there is a
precious Kaeferle table piano of the 1800. This instrument was often used
by opera players and was designed according to the pattern of the German
In spite of its small dimensions, the instrument has nevertheless the
sonority of a baby grand piano.
Of very fine quality also the Kriegelstein piano, important for the
innovations it brought to the mechanics and to the main structure. This is
the typical nineteenth-century, French piano, the one so often depicted in