Uebel & Lechleiter

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Uebel & Lechleiter Klaviere was a German manufacturer of pianos founded by Carl Uebel and Paul Lechleiter. The company commenced manufacture on 23 April 1872 in Heilbronn and ceased production on 30 August 1987.[1]

For many years Uebel & Lechleiter used to be the house company of the Catholic Church in Rome and it made special instruments for pope Pius X. It is therefore a company with a very long and famous history, which brought together European tradition and accurate production methods from Asia, resulting in distribution throughout the whole of Europe and the Near East.


  1. ^ Pierce, Bob: Pierce Piano Atlas 12th Edition, Larry E. Ashley Publishing, 2008

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