There's the piano, still open—a fantasia lies, you see, on the music-stand.
She went over to the music-stand and fingered them in a contemplative way.
You ought to see my bills; that music-stand over there is full of them!
A harp stood at one corner—not far from it a piano and music-stand.
At one side of the table was the piano: a music-stand, with a violin case, gave promise of an overture.
Near an open piano, was a harp, placed before a music-stand.
Music-books should be in the music-stand, a lady's work in her work-table, and books either in use or put away in the book-case.
"But you have broken your music-stand or something, Lucilla," said the Colonel.
Some of them have a sliding shaft, like that of a music-stand, by which the light might be raised or lowered at pleasure.
The music-stand, no doubt, was very much too short for this company.