The pianos of Wendl & Lung were distributed throughout the whole of Europe and the near east. The “Wendl & Lung Model X”, with a mere 147 cm, was the most popular of the grand models and well known for its astonishing full and rich sound. This quality feature can still be found today on all the Wendl & Lung models.
At the time of World War II, although the chaos of the world pattern affected the development of many production industries, the piano industry still developed. Bösendorfer of Austria, Steinway of Germany and “Wendl & Lung” of Vienna still ranked at the top of famous piano sellers. Unfortunately, Anton Veletzky of “Wendl & Lung” family did not survive World War II. Stefanie and her two sons, Alexander and Anton, insisted on the piano manufacturing spirit of the “Wendl & Lung” brand and endeavored to expand and operate the well-known piano brand from 1954 when her father passed.