Piano

The piano (an abbreviation of pianoforte) is a musical instrument played using a keyboard. It is widely used in classical and jazz music for solo performances, ensemble use, chamber music, accompaniment and for composing and rehearsal. Although the piano is not portable and often expensive, its versatility and ubiquity have made it one of the worl...
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Piano

• (a.) Alt. of Pianoforte • (a. & adv.) Soft; -- a direction to the performer to execute a certain passage softly, and with diminished volume of tone. (Abbrev. p.)
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piano

adjective used chiefly as a direction or description in music; `the piano passages in the composition`
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piano

(instrument) Keyboard instrument. The sound is produced when a depressed key strikes the strings with a felt-covered hammer, causing them to vibrate. It is therefore a form of mechanized dulcimer, a percussion instrument. It is different from the earlier harpsichord, a mechanized harp, whe...
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Piano

[play] Piano is a 1990 play by Trevor Griffiths, adapted from the 1977 film An Unfinished Piece for Mechanical Piano, itself based on the incomplete and untitled early Anton Chekhov play usually known as Platonov. It premiered at the Royal National Theatre. ...
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Piano

Pi·a'no adjective & adverb [ Italian , even, smooth, soft, from Latin planus even, level.] (Mus.) Soft; -- a direction to the performer to execute a certain passage softly, and with diminished volume of tone. (Abbrev. p.)
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piano

a keyboard instrument. Also, the indication for soft, a low dynamic level. Abbreviation
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piano

a keyboard musical instrument having wire strings that sound when struck by felt-covered hammers operated from a keyboard. The standard modern piano ... [26 related articles]
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Piano

An instruction in sheet music to play softly. Abbreviated by a
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Piano

Keyboard instrument whose strings are struck with hammers controlled by a keyboard mechanism
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Piano

Piano is British slang for faint, delicate, indisposed, not feeling well.
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piano

piano or pianoforte,musical instrument whose sound is produced by vibrating strings struck by felt hammers that are controlled from a keyboard.The piano's earliest predecessor was the dulcimer. The first piano was made c.1709 by Bartolomeo Cristofori (1655–1731), a Florentine maker of harpsich...
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Piano

Soft. Piano is indicated by the marking: p
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Piano

The piano is a musical instrument with a keyboard. It was invented in the 18th century as a development of the harpsichord. Strings are stuck by hammers when the keys are depressed.
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piano

[adj] - used chiefly as a direction or description in music 2. [adv] - used as a direction in music 3. [n] - (music) low loudness 4. [n] - a stringed instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds
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