Upright Piano, John Broadwood and Sons, London, 1850. No. 10072

Object type
instrument
Acknowledgement
Presented by Dr Lena M. Potter, 1925.
Description
A modest ‘Cottage Upright’ acquired by the composer, pianist, and teacher, Cipriani Potter from Broadwood in 1850 in exchange for an older square piano. Potter (1792 – 1871) was Principal of the Royal Academy of Music from 1832 to 1859.

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Artist/Maker
Date made
c.1850
Accession No
2005.786

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