Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of piccolo.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I have the brass and four piccolos out in the hall.

    Lindberg Makes His Mark on the N.Y. Philharmonic

  • Here's a new one, as reported by the Boston Globe: [S] tate lawmakers ... last week debated a bill that would require all schools to sterilize musical wind instruments, like clarinets, flutes, and piccolos, before they are passed from one student to another.

    Infirmary Blues

  • On Abelardo V á squez's danz ó n "Almendra," flutist Orlando "Maraca" Valle's fleet improvisations were well framed by the piccolos and clarinets of Vincent Gardner's version.

    In Cuba, an 'Extended Family' Reunites

  • I ran my hands over the silver flute while listening to the trilling of flutes and piccolos in my memory.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • And this week "state lawmakers ... last week debated a bill that would require all schools to sterilize musical wind instruments, like clarinets, flutes, and piccolos, before they are passed from one student to another."

    Ss Petri & Pauli

  • Emilia: I played piccolo in marching bands for 9 years, and those, ma'am, are no piccolos!

    They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha Haa!

  • One can only imagine the kind of vile things they do with their piccolos.

    Archive 2009-01-11

  • Her mother's mother was a harpist, her uncle played harp with Toscanini's NBC Symphony and later the Chicago Symphony, one of Leah's brothers and her sister are professional concert harpists, her sister-in-law, too, and talk about injuries, those harpists aren't toting around little piccolos.

    Leah Fleisher Cures What Ails Musicians

  • Hi Eric - La Bergerie is a great cheese shop and good to see that they are selling the piccolos!

    Holy Goat

  • They have the Holy goat range including the piccolos.

    Holy Goat

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