a musical composition scored for piano and three other instruments, typically violin, viola, and cello.
an instrumental group consisting of a pianist and three other musicians, typically a violinist, violist, and cellist.
a group of four pianists playing music written or arranged for four pianos.
noun 1. a musical composition scored for a string quartet, or other combination of four instruments, and piano. 2. a group of five musicians playing a piano quintet.
noun 1. a musical score having the parts condensed or simplified in two staves, to render the music playable on the piano by one person.
noun 1. a roll of paper containing perforations such that air passing through them actuates the keys of a player piano. noun 1. a perforated roll of paper actuating the playing mechanism of a Pianola Also called music roll
- Piano stool
noun 1. a stool on which a pianist sits when playing a piano, esp one whose height is adjustable