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1piano masculine(duet/concerto) (before noun) para piano(teacher/lesson) de pianoto play/learn the piano — tocar el/aprender piano
- piano player — pianista
- He additionally studied piano for eleven years and saxophone for five.
- His cello and piano Sonata is full of endless quips and surprises.
- Which means, when following daily routines, it's time to practice piano.
- The Steinway piano is in place, and the announcements are about to begin.
- Watching that player piano inspired me to overcome my reticence and take lessons.
- She's also a musician herself, having taken piano lessons since she was eight.
- Charlotte not only teaches piano, but also voice, recorder, clarinet, flute and bassoon.
- Upright pianos usually are smaller, with a square top, and just fit up against the wall.
- Stanley had a great love of music and played a baby grand piano.
- He would like to be able to teach piano at some time in the future.
- "My earliest musical memory is of starting to learn piano at the age of about five.
- The opus 39 Waltzes began as a work for solo piano.
- They are regular pianos with real strings and keys but they are driven by digital pitch information from a computer.
- I studied classical ballet for about ten years, and I also studied classical piano for about ten years.
- There's an upright piano in the living room.
- I like to use pianos and strings and brass as I feel that they are the most precious instruments to use.
- I am playing Bach on the upright piano in the living room.
- From classical piano at an early age, her interests developed through studies in Celtic Harp and percussion.
- Although I studied piano for many years I never really became a player.
- The girl next door had been playing her grand piano for the past two days.
adjective & adverb
- The sound climbs to a level it maintains until the final moment when subito, or sudden piano, returns.
- Play the piece without regard to dynamic changes; that is, play it piano.
- Dynamics tend to be confined between forte and piano.
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