Inside the period from about 1790 to 1860, the Mozart-era piano underwent tremendous adjustments that led to the modern kind of the instrument. This innovation was in response to a inclination by composers and pianists for a more powerful, sustained violin sound, and made possible from the ongoing Industrial Revolution together with resources such as high-quality violin wire for strings, and also precision casting for the generation of massive iron casings that could withstand the huge tension of the strings. As time passes, the tonal range of the particular piano was also elevated from the five octaves regarding Mozart's day to the more effective octave (or more) collection found on modern pianos.
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