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  • For this reason the term Pianola was used in the paragraph referred to and now is employed in this book; and, for the same reason, this book is called "The Pianolist."

    The Pianolist A Guide for Pianola Players

  • There was once a day something called "Pianola", a piano player product manufactured by the Aeolian Company.

    Planet KDE

  • She is represented by a tree trunk impaled on a buckled railing, a found piece which fits in with other conceptual installations, such as John Wynne's "Installation for 300 Speakers, Pianola and vacuum cleaner;" Fergal Stapleton's black perspex lightboxes; the hooded figures grouped in a corner by littlewhitehead, the Glasgow artists; and Karla Black's "Pleaser," painted cellophane suspended from the ceiling by thread.

    The State of Young Art in Britain

  • Pianola brought the house down with the combined talents of LA Phil keyboardists Joanne Pearce-Martin and Vicki Ray.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • On Tuesday, Adams returned to conduct members of the Phil's new music group in a program of three smaller works, China Gates, the clarinet concerto Gnarly Buttons, and Grand Pianola Music.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • I tend to like those pieces best where that weightiness is continued through to the end — Grand Pianola Music, Nixon, Naive and Sentimental Music.

    Generalization of the day

  • As a nod to Stravinsky's own wry humor, the program was designed to start with the most musicians on stage, gradually dispense with personnel, and end with the 1917 Study for Pianola, which requires no musicians at all.

    Not the Usual Stravinsky Selections

  • Mix all the ingredients in the exact order described above using a Pianola.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Mr. Craft declares as well that I wrongly attributed the title "Madrid" to a piece my father wrote for Pianola (this is also described in Chroniques de ma vie, pp. 150 and 151).


  • The passage in the Chroniques to which Theodore refers does not refute my criticism of his use of "Madrid" as a title of the Etude for Pianola (1917).



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