I'll say one thing for her, right or wrong, she never got off the loud pedal on that prediction.
Tilted by Loud Pedal Rod which raises all the dampers simultaneously.
During all of this, without intermission, her foot conscientiously pressed the loud pedal.
Defiantly, with her foot on the loud pedal, she struck—almost slapped—the keys once more.
There was a piano in that room and I went to it, put my foot on the loud pedal and began to play.
Remember too that the term "loud pedal" as applied to the sustaining pedal, as it properly is called, is incorrect.
Waltzes, played very quick, and galops with the loud pedal down and an impromptu bass.
A bar, L, passing along under all the damper lifters, is raised by depressing the loud pedal.
Her foot continuously touched the loud pedal—the blurred sound seemed to accomplish more.
Well, anyways, after she had got "Soft and Low" going strong with the loud pedal and no expression, I opened the first envelope.