an accordion in which the right hand plays a piano-like keyboard See accordion
[pee-an-oh, pyan-oh] /piˈæn oʊ, ˈpyæn oʊ/ noun, plural pianos. 1. a musical instrument in which felt-covered hammers, operated from a keyboard, strike the metal strings. [pee-ah-noh; Italian pyah-naw] /piˈɑ noʊ; Italian ˈpyɑ nɔ/ Music. adjective 1. soft; subdued. adverb 2. softly. Abbreviation: p, p. /pɪˈænəʊ/ noun (pl) -anos 1. a musical stringed instrument resembling a […]
noun 1. a cocktail lounge featuring live piano music.
noun 1. a musical composition for two pianists playing two pianos or together at one piano.
[pee-an-uh-fawrt, -fohrt; pee-an-uh-fawr-tee, -tey, -fohr-] /piˈæn əˌfɔrt, -ˌfoʊrt; piˌæn əˈfɔr ti, -teɪ, -ˈfoʊr-/ noun 1. a piano. /pɪˈænəʊˈfɔːtɪ/ noun 1. the full name for piano1 n. 1767, from Italian, from piano e forte “soft and loud,” in full, gravicembalo col piano e forte “harpsichord with soft and loud” (c.1710), said to have been so named […]