The Craft of Piano Tuning
The Complete and Practical Guide

Contains two long essays, Four Lectures on Basic Aural Piano Tuning and Fundamentals of Piano Tuning Technique, that clearly and logically explain the acoustical and mechanical principles underlying the practices of master piano tuners.

Supplemental readings expand on the essays and offer a wealth of additional insights and tips.

Over 80 illustrations.


About the Author:

The former tuning editor of The Piano Technicians Journal, Daniel Levitan has written extensively about tuning, and has taught numerous classes at local, regional, national, and international conferences. He is best known for his groundbreaking research into inharmonicity, his insightful explanations of the mechanics of tuning, and his innovative tuning hammer designs. A graduate of the North Bennet Street School (1975), he works as a field piano service technician in New York City.



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