concert piano

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a grand piano suitable for concert performances

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It reminded me of my childhood dream where I am seated in front of this concert piano with an expectant audience and I can't read a note of music.
The 7' 3” concert piano requires nearly 1,000 hours of labor to create.
Miralles' early sketches for the competition, which his office won in 1997, played with the idea of a concert piano.
A graduate program in concert piano lay ahead at Boston University, but one class in modern dance at Fort Wright changed her life.
Steinway Lyngdorf's flagship music system, the Model D, is named after Steinway's most famous concert piano and will be featured at this event.
The new engines enable players to create a full musical expression with a concert piano sound and ensure that not a single note is lost.
In spite of what he told bidders yesterday when an antique metronome was up for sale, he isn't likely to "go back to playing concert piano.
We're so fortunate because we have a beautiful town hall and a beautiful concert piano and the acoustics are wonderful.
Away from the giant mezzanine bed, set above a concert piano, none of the 116 rooms are exactly alike.
It looks like a toy compared with the stout Bluthner concert piano a few feet away.
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When Rita Moreno performed on opening night of the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center in November, she sat atop a glossy, black grand concert piano as she belted out her famous repertoire.
Ash's rare Steinert baby grand concert piano, built in 1920, brought $9,500.
On the eve of Steinway's 150th anniversary DSO Music Director Andrew Litton will accept this, the second concert piano the local dealer has donated to the symphony, at a March 4 reception at Steinway Hall - Dallas.
Mannino spent his early years in the San Diego, California, area restoring older pianos to new condition and preparing concert pianos for pianists such as Mitsuko Uchida, Dave Brubeck and Earl Wild.