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MessageSujet: yamaha   Mer 16 Fév - 2:54

Yamaha History


1887
Torakusu Yamaha builds his first reed organ and begins taking orders for more.



1897
Nippon Gakki Co., Ltd. is established with Torakusu Yamaha as president.

The company fulfills its first export order: 78 organs for Southeast Asia.





1900
Yamaha begins making upright pianos.



1902
Yamaha produces its first grand piano.



1903
The company makes use of its woodworking expertise to begin building fine furniture.



1904
A Yamaha piano and organ are awarded the Honorary Grand Prize at the St. Louis World's Fair.



1914
Yamaha introduces its first harmonica and, later that year, begins exporting harmonicas worldwide.




1922
Yamaha begins production of high-quality hand-wound phonographs.



1930
Yamaha opens the world's first acoustics research room.



1931
Yamaha engineers the acoustics of Japan's new Diet halls.




1932
Yamaha begins production of pipe organs.



1935
The Magna Organ debuts.



1942
Yamaha creates its first acoustic guitar.



1951
The Yamaha Building opens on Tokyo's Ginza.



1953
President Genichi Kawakami begins seriously to investigate overseas markets.




1954
The Yamaha Music School system is inaugurated.

Yamaha manufactures its first Hi-Fi Player.

The company's expertise in metallurgical technologies leads to the manufacture of the first Yamaha motorcycle, the YA-1. First-year production: 125.



1955
The success of Yamaha motorcycles results in the founding of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.



1958
The company forms its first overseas subsidiary, Yamaha de Mexico S.A.





1959
The Yamaha Technical Laboratories are opened.

Yamaha develops an electronic organ, the Electone.

Yamaha takes advantage of its materials expertise to create a line of fiberglass-reinforced archery equipment.



1960
Yamaha founds a U.S. subsidiary.



1961
Following on the success of Yamaha archery equipment, the company develops and markets the first FRP skis. Yamaha diversifies into the manufacture and sales of alloys.



1962
Yamaha Recreation Co., Ltd., is formed.



1964
Yamaha holds the first Electone Concours.




1965
Yamaha begins producing wind instruments.

The first overseas Yamaha Music School opens in Los Angeles.



1966
Yamaha expands into Europe with the founding of Yamaha Europa G.m.b.H., in West Germany.

The Yamaha Music Foundation is established.

Yamaha markets its first guitars and drums.

Yamaha Music Schools open in Mexico, Canada and Thailand.




1967
Yamaha opens Nemu-no-Sato, a unique resort devoted to music as well as recreation.

Yamaha unveils the CF concert grand piano.



1968
Yamaha produces its first line of hi-fi stereo equipment.



1969
Sviatoslav Richter uses a CF concert grand for his Italian tour.



1970
In Tokyo, Yamaha stages the First World Popular Song Festival.



1971
Yamaha begins semiconductor production.



1972
Yamaha sponsors the First Junior Original Concert.

Yamaha launches wind instruments developed in cooperation with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.




1974
Yamaha debuts the NS1000M speaker, with a beryllium diaphragm, as well as the company's first synthesizer, the CSY-1, and mixing console, the PM-1000.

Yamaha opens the Tsumagoi resort for music and sports.

In West Germany, Yamaha sponsors the first Junior Original Concert to be held outside Japan.



1975
Yamaha sports equipment manufacturing diversifies into tennis rackets.

Full-scale manufacture and marketing of Yamaha fine furniture begins.



1976
Yamaha begins production of electric and electronic pianos.



1977
Yamaha opens the Atelier for Wind Instruments in Tokyo.



1978
Yamaha opens the Atelier for Wind Instruments in Hamburg.



1980
Yamaha opens the Piano Technical Academy in Tokyo.

PortaSound, a portable keyboard, is marketed.




1982
Yamaha develops a line of carbon composite golf clubs.

Yamaha introduces a compact disc player, the CD-1.

Yamaha markets its first Disklavier.




1983
Yamaha markets the Clavinova, an electronic piano, and the DX-7 Digital Synthesizer.

Yamaha debuts the CF concert grand piano.

Yamaha begins production of custom-made LSIs.



1984
Yamaha synthesizes a range of proprietary technologies to produce its first industrial robots.



1985
The Yamaha R&D Studio opens in Tokyo.



1986
Yamaha markets the DSP-1 Digital Sound Field Processor.

The Atelier for Wind Instruments opens in Vienna.



1987
The Piano Artist Service Center (C.E.A.A.) opens in Paris.

Yamaha opens the R&D Studio in London.

In Tokyo, Yamaha stages the First Band Explosion World Final.

The company name is officially changed to "Yamaha Corporation" to mark the 100th anniversary of its founding.



1989
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquires the Wind MIDI Controller WX7 for its collection.

Yamaha ships the world's first CD recorder.



1990
Yamaha opens a showroom in what was formerly East Berlin.




1991
Production of pianos and wind instruments both surpass the 5-million mark.

The Junior Original Concert program celebrates its 20th anniversary.

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, adds the Active Servo Processing Speaker YST-SD 90 to its collection.



1992
Fin Christian Jagge (Norway) wins a gold medal in the Albertville Winter Olympics with PROTO-SL skis.

Yamaha receives a letter of citation from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

Kemble & Company (U.K.) receives the Queen's Award for Export Achievement.




1993
Yamaha creates the world's first forged titanium golf clubs.

Yamaha debuts the Silent Piano series, the VL1 and VP1 Virtual Acoustic Synthesizers, and the CD-Recorder CDE-100, CDE-100H10.



1994
Yamaha markets the Grand Piano Silent Series.



1995
Yamaha introduces the Silent Brass System and the GranTouch digital piano.




1996
Yamaha releases the DTX Silent Session Drum.




1997
Yamaha Kagoshima Semiconductor facilities achieve ISO14001 Certification.

Stanford University and Yamaha unveil the Sondius-XG joint licensing program.

Ryuichi Sakamoto debuts Internet MIDI Live.

Yamaha markets a Silent Violin.



1998
Kakegawa Piano Factory and Yamaha Electronics Manufacturing (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. achieve ISO14001 Certification.

Denis Matsuev plays a CFIIIS concert grand to place first in the Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition.

Yamaha markets a Silent Cello.

Yamaha combines proprietary technologies to create the Digital Sound Field Processor, a standard-setting home theater system.



1999
Yamaha's Iwata Metal, Yamaha Metanix Inc. and Saitama Brass factories achieve ISO14001 Certification.

Yamaha markets a multimedia speaker system for PCs.




2000
Yamaha launches the mLAN (New Digital Network Interface Technology) Licensing Campaign.

Yamaha begins Mobile Phone Ringer Melody Distribution Service in Japan and Taiwan.

Yamaha crafts a selection of commemorative pianos to celebrate one hundred years of piano manufacturing.

Yamaha founds a record company, Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.



2001
Yamaha establishes Audio & Video Products Sales Subsidiary in Shanghai.
All Yamaha Production Sites achieve ISO14001 Certification.
Yamaha establishes Musical Instrument Sales Subsidiary in South Korea.
Yamaha markets a Silent Guitar.



2002
Yamaha closes Archery Products Business.
Yamaha markets a Silent Viola.
Yamaha markets an Elecrtic Violin.
Yamaha establishes Investment Holding Company in China
Yamaha establishes AV/IT Manufacturing Company in Suzhou, China, Yamaha
Electronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., .
Yamaha establishes Holding Company in Europe.



2003
Yamaha markets "Vocaloid" Singing Synthesis Technology.
Yamaha establishes Musical Instrument Manufacturing Subsidiary in China
Yamaha withdraws from CD-R/RW Business

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MessageSujet: Re: yamaha   Mer 16 Fév - 11:20

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MessageSujet: Re: yamaha   Mer 16 Fév - 19:25

et ça c'est du mou de veau

The company's expertise in metallurgical technologies leads to the manufacture of the first Yamaha motorcycle, the YA-1. First-year production: 125.



1955
The success of Yamaha motorcycles results in the founding of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

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MessageSujet: Re: yamaha   Jeu 17 Fév - 10:59

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MessageSujet: Re: yamaha   Jeu 17 Fév - 20:48

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