Official Details of 21323 Grand Piano

As you may have guessed from the LEGO Facebook teaser, it’s time to officially unveil the final product version of the LEGO Ideas piano.

Introducing 21323 Grand Piano

$529.99 – Available August 1st

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Coming in at 3,662 pieces and measuring 22.5cm high, 30.5cm wide and 35.5cm deep when closed this is a big model.

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That large size has allowed the designers to integrate Powered Up elements, taking this model from a display piece to something that you can interact with. You can either play a tune yourself or put it on automatic mode. This interactivity is created with a motor, hub and a sensor element. Obviously you will also need a compatible smart device.

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While the original Ideas submission featured strings I think the Powered Up approach is an interesting one. It does drive the price up though.

I’m not a very musical person so this one isn’t going to make my must have list but I’d love to hear your thoughts. Let me know in the comments if this is one you’ll be grabbing.

The full image gallery and product description can be found below.

21323 LEGO® ? Ideas Grand Piano

Ages 18+. 3,662 pieces

Build the first-ever playable LEGO® Grand Piano!

Do you have a passion for music? Do you like to relax by focusing on a fun, hands-on project in your free time? If so, this incredible LEGO® Ideas Grand Piano model kit (21323) is just the creative activity for you.

Beautiful and playable

Feel the pride of building a sophisticated, brick-built version of a concert grand piano that you can actually play music with! Recreate the hammer action of each piano key, the moving pedal and authentic details such as the propped-open top lid and fallboard. Turn on the motor and then you are all set to play wonderful music – select user play on the free LEGO Powered Up app to play the notes yourself or activate auto play and just listen.

LEGO sets for your lifestyle

Take some time out and enjoy creating a LEGO musical masterpiece to display in your home or workplace. Part of a collection of LEGO building sets for adults, it makes a truly special birthday present or Christmas gift for yourself, the musician, piano player or hobbyist in your life.

  •  Drum roll please as we proudly introduce the first-ever, playable LEGO® Grand Piano! Experience the hands-on pleasure of creating a highly sophisticated LEGO concert piano model and then play beautiful music with it.
  • The LEGO® Ideas Grand Piano (21323) has a removable 25-key keyboard, authentic hammer action, moving dampers and pedal, and motor. Combined with the LEGO Powered Up app, you can play a tune yourself or automatically.
  • Revel in the authentic design details of this beautiful model, from the top lid that can be propped up just like a real grand piano’s, to the opening fallboard and piano leg wheels, plus a height adjustable bench.
  • If you are looking for a creative DIY project, this 3,662-piece model building kit is ideal for you. So, take some time out and click your stress away with a rewarding challenge that will leave you feeling revitalized.
  • The piano measures over 8.5” (22.5cm) high, 12” (30.5cm) wide and 13.5” (35.5cm) deep when closed. A stylish item for your home or workplace, it also makes a cool gift for musicians, music-lovers, pianists and hobbyists.
  • To power up the grand piano’s self-playing function, you’ll need 6 AAA batteries (not included) and the free LEGO® Powered Up app – choose user play to play the notes yourself or auto play to listen to 1 of 4 songs.
  • Clear instructions help you to build with confidence and really enjoy the process, even if you are a LEGO® newcomer. Also included is a coffee-table-style booklet about this grand piano set’s fan designer and more.
  • This LEGO® Ideas building set for adults is part of a collection of inspiring model kits designed for the discerning hobbyist who relishes an immersive, hands-on DIY project.
  • Since 1958, LEGO® building bricks have met the highest industry standards, which ensures they are consistent, compatible and connect and pull apart easily every time.
  • LEGO® bricks and pieces are rigorously tested to meet exacting safety and quality standards, so you can be sure that this collectible grand piano model is as robust as it is beautiful.

Available directly from LEGO Stores & LEGO.com from 1st August, 2020

10 Responses to Official Details of 21323 Grand Piano

  1. magamfrost13 says:

    Hmm, I would prefer to be able to buy one without the powered up stuff. Im not gonna use it and it adds a huge amount to the price. Well, Im sure bricklink will provide, in that regard.

  2. Andrew says:

    Looks like another set Lego have knocked right out of the park. I’ll sit it next to my Osprey. Oh wait …

  3. Stephen says:

    This is one I was really looking forward too but I feel that the power up was not necessary and makes the price disappointing. I just wanted it for display, not play.

  4. Mark says:

    Thanks for posting this article so quickly. I purchased a real grand piano for my wife 25 years ago for $2,500. I’d love to buy her this one just for fun, but at $530 it’s an easy pass. I’m not interested in the power-up functionality and think it would be great if Lego gave you the option to buy it with or without it. I’d definitely buy it for $350. It would make a great anniversary present!

  5. Jisoon says:

    That’s a ridiculous price. A pass for me. $530.00 ????? Is Lego serious???

  6. Monty says:

    I love this. I personally think it is stunning. While I like the novelty of the Nintendo set, this is something I would prefer to display.

  7. Mark says:

    Hmm, a bit too pricey…..

  8. Brick Chap says:

    While its pretty cool, you can buy a real piano keyboard for that price or a tad more so…

    My main disappointment is that it seems to be all smartphone based and ultimately the piano doesnt actually do much. I really wish the individual keys had had sound bricks behind them for each note so one could actually play it.

    Its also very blocky in its shape, I know that was necessary but it does look like a grand piano that someone put in front of one of those fairground mirrors.

    Im also rather annoyed by the advertising which is very similar to that of real pianos thereby suggesting this is in the same league as a real piano… The fact that they used some random modern song in the promotional video was ridiculous; your advertising a piano but use music that doesn’t even have a piano in it! At the very least one would think they would have proper piano music in the demonstration of the smartphone app working with the model like in the teaser video.

  9. Alison says:

    I find the advertising for this to be very misleading as you can’t play a tune that is linked to the particular keys you are touching. I don’t know why they are implying that you can, with their wording.
    It is a beautiful set and fascinating to see the inner workings. Congratulations to the designer on a brilliant job.

  10. MattL says:

    Now Lego is supporting the ivory trade! This set should be withdrawn from sale immediately!

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