24 example sentences using piano.
Piano used in a sentence
Piano in a sentence as a noun
The take-home lesson is that pianos are far more fragile than they look.
I took piano lessons for years as a kid, even after my parents told me I could stop.
A trumpet can only play one note at a time, while a piano has very limited sustain.
That is not to say that a rich piece of music cannot be composed for a piano-and-trumpet ensemble.
That'll work great if you're searching for the latest hamster-on-a-piano video.
Toward the end of "Hey Jude", where there were a lot of people up on stage singing the "Na na na na..." part, McCartney accidentally knocked over a mic stand while crossing the stage back to his piano.
I mean, he could have dropped a piano on it, or set it on fire...I suspect Tesla are just in the need for some publicity at the moment.
An piano left untuned for many years will certainly lose its ability to be retuned in a single tuning.
Piano in a sentence as an adjective
But it's a lot like gripping a tennis racket correctly or properly positioning your fingers at a piano.
I sold it after a month, but then later I started going to the music building several times a week to play the Hanon piano exercises.
Today, if I make a piano, I have to cut down trees and use tons of energy, so for everyone on the planet to own a piano would be very bad.
When you come back from school and drop your bags and you bang out a perfect rendition of Chopin's Prelude No 4, then you truly understand the magnificence of the piano.
If we wanted to go to little league, piano lessons, or anywhere else, we got off our butts and found a way to get there while Dad was at work and Mom was watching younger siblings.
> A piano that has not been regularly tuned will lose its ability to stay tunedHaving tuned pianos for about six years, I think this is a misconception.
Now all you need is one overwrite of the return address on the stack, and you can start playing the application like a piano, without ever executing data or modifying code.
I uploaded a video of my son playing Fur Elise on the piano and got an automated noticed from Google that I had uploaded a video infringing on some company's work.
Piano in a sentence as an adverb
" What happens, subconsciously, is that the stereotypical asian profile is "high scoring, high gpa, piano/violin, tennis, math/science.
I'm going to go back to playing the piano and talking with whomever is coherent enough to hold a conversation, and tomorrow, we'll laugh about all the stupid **** you won't remember doing.
Anyone who has every learned a musical instrument and doesn't look back on it with rose-colored glasses can attest to the mechanistic heartlessness of the piano or the guitar.
Fundamentally I agree, but I question why we do not teach computer science/coding the same way we teach music?For example, when I first learned how to play piano, I wasn't taught how to play Major 9th chords.
Maybe it's understood in terms of modular arithmetic and fractions and visualized as such, or visualized in terms of a piano or an abstract spiral structure or not even visualized at all.
They are just a new way of proclaiming to the world that "I don't even own a television".Concern for masses frittering away hours on meaningless entertainments is at least as old as the mechanical player piano.
We didn't know enough about pianos to know better, so we spent considerable time and effort to transport it 40 miles and up a short flight of stairs into our new home... only to dismantle it by hand less than a year later and slowly throw it away.
From Wikipedia:Ray was the principal inventor of the first CCD flatbed scanner, the first omni-font optical character recognition, the first print-to-speech reading machine for the blind, the first text-to-speech synthesizer, the first music synthesizer capable of recreating the grand piano and other orchestral instruments, and the first commercially marketed large-vocabulary speech recognition.
a keyboard instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds
(music) low loudness
See also: pianissimo
used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the piano passages in the composition"
See also: soft
used as a direction in music; to be played relatively softly
See also: softly