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ABBA Grand Piano Goes Under The Hammer At Sotheby’s | Music News



A grand piano that was used on some of ABBA’s biggest hits will be sold to the highest bidder when it goes up for sale at London’s famous auction house Sotheby’s on September 29. The piano featured in a number of ABBA’s classic songs such as “Mamma Mia” and “Waterloo” and was used in “virtually all of their recordings in the peroid 1973-77“, according to Sotheby’s website. The piano is expected to sell for somewhere in the region of £600,000 to £800,000. The piano is currently owned by the Atlantis Grammafon recording studio (formely Metronome Studios) in Stockholm and was originally made for the American jazz pianist Bill Evans.



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I am 23 years old and a recent English Literature graduate. I love music and have an eclectic taste. I am open to any kind of new, interesting music but I also have a passion for discovering hidden gems in the music of the past. My main areas of interest are electronic music, hip hop, soul, funk and jazz. I also enjoy reading and writing and have been contributing poetry to an online arts and culture magazine which goes by the name of Foci.

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