piano

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(music) low loudness

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used chiefly as a direction or description in music

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used as a direction in music

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The piano we may ignore, for I knew it to be hired, but there were many dainty pieces, mostly in green wood, a sofa, a corner cupboard, and a most captivating desk, which was so like its owner that it could have sat down at her and dashed off a note.
I've got a shortcake piano, but none of my family can play on it," he said, reflectively.
How blithely she sang that evening, and how they all laughed at her because she woke Amy in the night by playing the piano on her face in her sleep.
The Hebrew aide-de-camp in the service of the officer at the table bid against the Hebrew gentleman employed by the elephant purchasers, and a brisk battle ensued over this little piano, the combatants being greatly encouraged by Mr.
She sat perfectly still before the piano, not touching the keys, while Robert carried her message to Edna at the window.
The finest music which Mozart has written for the violin associates that instrument with the piano.
Harling had studied the piano under a good teacher, and somehow she managed to practise every day.
Then he sold his piano, and let the mice live in a bureau-drawer.
The two young ladies were seen seated on the same chair, at the piano, accompanying themselves, each with one hand, a fancy to which they had accustomed themselves, and performed admirably.
Varenka seemed quite unaffected by there being persons present she did not know, and she went directly to the piano.
She suddenly rises and gets away from him by going to the piano bench, where she sits and hides her face].
Come, then," said Stephen, going toward the piano, and giving a foretaste of the tune in his deep "brum-brum," very pleasant to hear.
At my request Miss Fairlie placed herself at the piano.
Sometimes I go to the theatre; or else I play the piano in the public parlour.
It so happened that Lucy, who found daily life rather chaotic, entered a more solid world when she opened the piano.