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noun as in musical instrument

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When cords snapped and the piano fell, those same keys could still be played, but they were now out of tune.

Rogers gave piano lessons to beginners as well as to more experienced musicians.

He described himself as “making revolution all over the place, falling in and out of love all the time, drinking and playing bridge” until he settled into serious study of the piano.

In October, New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner tweeted about a McDonald’s commercial that’s been lodged in her brain since childhood, this one featuring a girl at a music recital who’s thinking about McDonald’s instead of the piano.

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They’re also saving $1,500 a month on child care and several hundred dollars a month on piano lessons and taekwondo classes for their older children.

I sat down at the living room piano and started playing this.

On piano was legendary session man Billy Preston, who co-wrote and recorded the original version one year before Cocker's.

Seth, Joe, and [Anthony] Mackie reenacting the scene from BIG on the floor piano at FAO Schwartz with KANYE WEST.

A department store piano melody plays in the background while he admires everything he can see.

When you left the piano for the Fender Rhodes and various synthesizers and came back to it, did it affect the way you play piano?

He really seems to care almost nothing for his piano-playing or for his piano compositions.

A splendid grand piano stands in one window (he receives a new one every year).

At an early hour in the evening the Farival twins were prevailed upon to play the piano.

The very first chords which Mademoiselle Reisz struck upon the piano sent a keen tremor down Mrs. Pontellier's spinal column.

She sat perfectly still before the piano, not touching the keys, while Robert carried her message to Edna at the window.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to piano, such as: grand piano, instrument, keyboard, clavichord, clavier, and pianoforte.

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