Here is another classic keyboard:
Fender Rhodes Stage Piano 73 MK1
Used in almost every part of the music scene since the 1970s, where the soft sound of this first electromechanical piano was appreciated, it has been at home on every stage of the world for generations, until it has been replaced by the electronic samplers and synthesizers that imitate the typical sound of this instrument.
The attached models are deliberately kept simple to keep the files small; if they are still too big, you can almost halve the file size by removing the word "SeventyThree".
Since the base of the stage piano has telescopic legs, you can adjust the height as needed; attached are a version for playing while standing and one for playing while sitting, which also includes a small stool.
Each version contains the piano, the pedal, the base and the appropriate trigger for the style of play; these components are grouped in separate groups so that they can be removed easily if the stage piano, e.g. is planned to sit on top of an organ.