clavier

[ kluh-veer, klav-ee-er, kley-vee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF clavier
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It was applied first to an instrument called a clavier and later to the organ.

"Writing a concerto for the clavier," answered the small boy.

Herr Gleissner composed twelve songs with clavier accompaniment.

In a corner some musicians discoursed on viols and lutes and a clavier.

We think that when you get your clavier with your Commencement money, we had better get a piano also.

He was even cheated out of the production of a clavier score.

I wrote to you how she plays the clavier, and why she begged me to assist her.

Wolfg.: Writing a concerto for the clavier; it will soon be done.

It must be remembered that such pieces as these were always accompanied on the clavier.

Then the Count said to me, "I hear that you play fairly well on the clavier."

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