From Mozart to Beethoven and back to Mozart again, all of history's most-famous musicians owned a piano. Here's all the information you've always wanted to know about the types of pianos that exist:
Baby Grand Piano: If you hear the sounds of a piano emanating from an open window of a house, you're either listening to a baby grand piano, the most popular consumer piano, or one of the millions of CDs featuring solo piano playing. Find out which one it is by climbing through that open window.
Petite Grand Piano: This piano is the perfect size to fit inside the cavity of a baby grand piano, which comes in handy when you're performing the classic "pulling a petite grand piano out of a baby grand piano" magic trick.
Player Piano: Though the player piano has all the makings of a regular piano (real-wood exterior, 88 keys, bench that opens up so the piano player can store food), it is unplayable and only emits sound when you hum a song from inside of it.