Most ebony, however, is harvested to make musical instruments such as piano keys and the fingerboards of stringed instruments.
Isn't that similar to playing any instrument in the same room as a piano.
The guitar fret board and piano keys aren't anywhere near full-size, but they're serviceable.
At the end, his audience rose to applaud as for a piano virtuoso.
Another central area has a grand piano and live music being played.
Other sources of sound, such as guitar, violin or piano strings are good examples of how vibrations can generate sound.
The photographer once likened taking pictures in color to playing an out-of-tune piano.
The first silent films had been accompanied by a pit orchestra or, for the more frugally minded impresario, a lone piano.
Yet he once likened working in color to playing an out-of-tune piano.
Steel rollers and piano hinges make the design durable and easy to use, but there's no price posted yet.
British Dictionary definitions for piano
noun (pl) -anos
a musical stringed instrument resembling a harp set in a vertical or horizontal frame, played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike the strings and produce audible vibrations See also grand piano, upright piano
C19: short for pianoforte
(music) (to be performed) softly p
C17: from Italian, from Latin plānus flat; see plain1
Renzo. born 1937, Italian architect; buildings include the Pompidou Centre, Paris (1977; with Richard Rogers), the Potsdamer Platz redevelopment, Berlin (1998), and The Shard, London (2012)
1803, from Fr. piano, It. piano, shortened forms of pianoforte (q.v.). As an adv., "softly," in musical directions (superl. pianissimo), attested from 1683. Pianist is recorded from 1839, from Fr. pianiste, from It. pianista.