In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1teclado masculino(instrument) de tecladowith Jill Ivory on keyboards — con Jill Ivory al teclado
- keyboard operator — operadora
- keyboard player — teclista
- keyboard skills — habilidad para teclear
- The saxophone also captures a great pitch and tempo that blends well with the slightly electronic sounding keyboards.
- Thirty seconds later and the noise is obliterated by keyboards and electronic drums.
- Her instruments include piano, electronic keyboard, and a digital drum machine.
- The ballet is set to Bach organ music, played on electronic keyboards geared to duplicate the sound of a traditional pipe organ.
- The experimental sounds of keyboards and electric guitars add a contemporary influence.
- His beginners, however, do not start on the piano or organ but the electronic keyboard.
- My main instrument is the guitar, although I also use keyboards, synthesisers, and sequencers in my musical meanderings.
- Piano was his principal instrument but he graduated to electronic keyboards and organ as fashions dictated.
- The school teaches children various instruments from piano to electronic keyboard.
- Yet, worship leaders, armed with electronic keyboards and bass guitars, may not be theologically, let alone liturgically trained.
- The first day of camp, girls choose instruments - guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, vocals or electronica - and form their bands.
- Now, they may play modern musical instruments such as drums and keyboards in the gamelan orchestra.
- I use other instruments, including the keyboard and bass guitar, to take my music to a crescendo.
- He used electronic keyboards very early on - one of the first people in jazz to do so.
- There's a bank of six keyboards along with electronic drum kits, as well as guitars and amps and all the usual stuff.
- Instrumentally, it's a cacophonous blend of drums, percussion, bass, keyboards and electronics.
- A multi-instrumentalist in high school, he played bass, guitar, keyboards, wind instruments, you name it.
- You can never expect a piano tuner to be entirely happy working with an electronic keyboard, but rarely have I felt so frustrated.
- By the late 1990s, electric guitars, keyboards, and snare drums were common in urban areas.
- To replace the fine organ with an electronic keyboard is bad enough, but to move the altar and remove the pews is quite unthinkable.
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