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  • n. Plural form of piano.


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  • And then sonically, we heard the cue to pianos, which is why this band gets compared - one of the reasons why it gets compared to Springsteen a lot.

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  • Several other improvements were made by him, the most important of which was the invention, in 1845, of the circular scale for square pianos, which is now in general use in this country and in Europe.

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  • And while the category of computer music products fared best last year, growing by about 15%, sales of some more traditional instruments suffered, such as pianos, which dropped more than 18%.

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  • In Dayton and other cities it was found that volunteer contributions were readily made by manufacturers of, or dealers in, trade-marked articles, such as pianos, vacuum cleaners, refrigerators, electrical equipment, etc.

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  • You can also add in samples by selecting the upper right decks, including vocal stabs, drum loops, and instruments, such as pianos and guitars.

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  • It might work better with instruments that have distinct, uniform pitches, such as pianos or harpsichords.


  • Autumn skies, a journey by train, pianos, meaningless football on the telly, a deck of cards: all those things I loved and lost, and now I can fall in love with all over again.

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  • This simulates the way stringed keyboard instruments such as pianos are tuned, attempting to find a more constant tuning balance between high and low notes.

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  • Exceptions for some items with small amounts of ivory, such as pianos, will be made, though the items must have been made before 1900.

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  • "I hate these finnicking, soft and love-sick instruments, such as pianos, guitars and some others they play on now-a-days.

    The Yankee Tea-party Or, Boston in 1773


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