from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An upright pianoforte.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Mus.) A pianette, or small piano.
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- noun music A
pianette, or small piano.
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It was a long haul to Jerry Church's hockshop, but Snim had a gold and pearl pocket-pianino up there and he was hoping to cadge Church into advancing another sovereign on it.
Kingston Hospital, the bitch Chooka Frood and her yellow-headed ghost girl, his pocket-pianino and the man who owned it.
Within the last few years we have seen the general introduction of Bord's little pianino, called in England, ungrammatically enough, pianette, in the action of which that maker cleverly introduced the spiral spring.
A pianino will do quite well, and I beg you most earnestly not to put yourself to any inconvenience for my things.
Chopin [she said] had always a cottage piano [pianino] by the side of the grand piano on which he gave his lessons.
Try to see Pleyel; tell him I have received no word from him, and that his pianino is entrusted to safe hands.
The most popular songs were Chorna lubov (Black Love), Tyotya Lyuba (Aunt Lyuba), Nenavyzhu pianino (Hate the piano),
(Aunt Lyuba), Nenavyzhu pianino (Hate the piano), Rillya v ilyuminatori (Tillage in the window) etc.
After having given His Holiness a small proof of my skill on the harmonium and on my work-a-day pianino, he addressed a few very significant words to me in the most gracious manner possible, admonishing me to strive after heavenly things in things earthly, and by means of my harmonies that reverberated and then passed away to prepare myself for those harmonies that would reverberate everlastingly. ”
(Neokonchennaya pyesa dlya mekhanicheskogo pianino; Неоконченная пьеса для механического