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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UPRIGHT PIANO

An upright piano, brought from Sacramento, occupied the corner of the parlor.

An upright piano should be placed with its back to the room.

Then comes the lop-sided corner of the room, where an upright piano is to stand.

An upright piano and a music-rack were the most conspicuous.

In the upright piano, the back frame of wood is first made; at the top of this is the pin-block, sometimes called the wrest-plank.

Thus, in the same instrument, the performer is supposed to get the powers and effect both of an upright piano and a small organ.

An upright piano was on the stage, and at one side a flight of three or four steps led down to the hall.

This instrument was an upright piano, and we have found no mention of an upright of an earlier date.

To the right of the gateway, an upright piano; further down the stage, a sewing-table and two easy-chairs.

Farther on is a veritable musician's den, with upright piano, and with a large desk crowded with pictures and mementoes.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UPRIGHT PIANO

piano

nounmusical instrument
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