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Piano

Pi`an´o
a. & adv.1.(Mus.) Soft; - a direction to the performer to execute a certain passage softly, and with diminished volume of tone. (Abbrev. p.
n.1.(Mus.) A well-known musical instrument somewhat resembling the harpsichord, and consisting of a series of wires of graduated length, thickness, and tension, struck by hammers moved by keys.
Dumb piano
See Digitorium.
Grand piano
See under Grand.
Square piano
one with a horizontal frame and an oblong case.
Upright piano
one with an upright frame and vertical wires.
Noun1.Pianopiano - a stringed instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds
2.piano - (music) low loudness
Synonyms: pianissimo
Adj.1.piano - used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the piano passages in the composition"
Synonyms: soft
Antonyms:
forte, loud - used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the forte passages in the composition"
Adv.1.piano - used as a direction in music; to be played relatively softly
Synonyms: softly
Antonyms:
forte, loudly - used as a direction in music; to be played relatively loudly
To dream that you are playing a piano, indicates your quest for harmony in your life. Consider where the piano is placed as a clue as to what aspect of you life needs accordance. To dream that you hear the sound of a piano, suggests harmony in your life. You are pleased with the way you life is going. To dream that the piano needs to be tuned, indicates some aspect of your life is in discord. You need to pay more attention to some situation. You may also need to repair or devote some more time toward a relationship, family duties, project, or other situation.Klavier, Steinway, a cappella, a la sourdine, abbandono, accrescendo, adagietto, adagio, affettuoso, agilmente, agitato, allegretto, allegro, amabile, amoroso, andante, andantino, appassionatamente, appassionato, baby grand, barely audible, brillante, capriccioso, cembalo, clarichord, clavicembalo, clavichord, clavicittern, clavicymbal, clavicytherium, clavier, con affetto, con agilita, con agitazione, con amore, concert grand, cottage piano, couched harp, crescendo, decrescendo, dim, diminuendo, dimly, distant, dolce, dulcimer harpsichord, faint, faint-voiced, faintly, feeble, feebly, forte, fortissimo, gentle, gently, grand, grand piano, half-heard, hammer dulcimer, harmonichord, harpsichord, hushedly, indistinct, lamentabile, larghetto, larghissimo, largo, legato, leggiero, low, manichord, manichordon, marcando, melodion, melopiano, monochord, morendo, murmured, pair of virginals, parlando, parlor grand, pianette, pianino, pianissimo, piano-violin, pianoforte, pizzicato, prestissimo, presto, rallentando, ritardando, ritenuto, scarcely heard, scherzando, scherzo, scherzoso, soft, soft-sounding, soft-voiced, softly, sordamente, sordo, sostinente pianoforte, sotto voce, spiccato, spinet, square piano, staccato, stretto, subaudible, subdued, subduedly, tremolando, tremoloso, trillando, unclear, upright, upright piano, violin piano, virginal, weak, weak-voiced, weakly, whispered
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