Edwin Beunk Collection

historical pianos

in excellent playing condition, covering the major periods of early piano building from about 1770 up to about 1870.

Edwin Beunk & Johan Wennink

Renowned specialists

With a background and training in repairing and tuning the modern piano, Edwin Beunk started his own workshop in 1981. Johan Wennink joined in 1985. They are now renowned specialists in the field of restoration of the historical piano.

Present collection

The historical instruments that form the core of the present Edwin Beunk collection are listed below. However, the collection is a changing entity, with new acquisitions and every now and then the odd replacement to enhance the historical relevance of the collection.
All the instruments are in excellent playing condition.

Anonymous, 1780

Anonymous
Viennese school, ca. 1785

Matthias-Muller-1810-600

Mathias Müller

Vienna, ca. 1810

Bluthner 1867

Blüthner

Leipzig ca. 1867

Broadwood 1807

John Broadwood & son
London 1807

Pleyel 1842

Pleyel
Paris 1842

Rosenberger 600

Rosenberger
Vienna Ca. 1800

Conrad Graf ca. 1835

Conrad Graf
Vienna ca. 1835

J.B. Streicher 1839

Streicher
Vienna 1839

Shudi Broadwood 1775 800 1

Shudi – Broadwood harpsichord
London 1775

Conrad Graf 1827 800 1

Conrad Graf
Vienna ca. 1827

Ehlers

Joachim Ehlers
Vienna 1815

Conrad Graf

Conrad Graf
Vienna ca. 1830

Shudi-klav-bj1744-kast-(165)-1600

Shudi Harpsichord
London 1744

Pleyel-sn-1297-bj1829-600

Pleyel 
Paris 1829

Schneider-600

Schneider 
Vienna ca. 1850

Broadwood1792

Johannes Broadwood
London 1792

Erard 1837 Rosewood 800 1

Erard
Paris 1837

Zumpe 1773 800 2

Zumpe
London 1773

Fred-Beck-1780-800

Beck
London 1780

Kirchman 1806 800 1

Joseph Kirckman
London 1806