piano

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İngilizce - Türkçe
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piyano

Bestenin bu bölümünün biraz gerçek beceriye ihtiyacı var.Bunun piyanoda nasıl çalınacağını öğrenmek uzun zamanımı aldı. - This part of the tune needs some real skill. It took me ages to learn how to play it on the piano.

Piyano çalmada asla çok iyi değildim. - I've never been very good at playing the piano.

(isim) piyano
s., z., müz. piano, hafif (sesle)
{i} piyano (çalgı)
piano stool vida ile alçalıp yükseltilebilen piyano taburesi
upright piano düz piyano
hafif
hafif sesle
dik piyano
(zarf) hafif sesle
grand piano kuyruklu piyano
(Muzik) hafif (sesle)
piano accordion
akordiyon
piano keyboard
piyano klavyesi
piano lesson
piyano dersi
piano player
piyano sanatçısı
piano string
piyano teli
piano teacher
piyano hocası
piano concerto
(Muzik) Piyano koçertosu
piano key
piyano tuşu
piano nobile
piyano nobile
piano wire
piyano teli
piano-stool
Piyano taburesi
piano hinge
boy menteşesi
piano player
piyanist
piano player
piyanola
piano player
mekanik piyano
cottage piano
(Muzik) küçük düz piyano
play piano
piyano çalmak
forte piano
önce kuvvetli sonra yavaş
grand piano
kuyruklu piyano

Kuyruklu piyanonun hiçbir pedalı yoktur. - The grand piano has no pedal at all.

O ezgiyi kuyruklu piyanosunda çaldı. - She played that tune on her grand piano.

grand piano
kuyruklu piano
mechanical piano
mekanik piyano
player piano
otomatik piyano
player piano
otomatik  piyano
upright piano
düz piyano
pianos
piyanolar
upright piano
dik piyano
roof piano
çatı düzlemi
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A keyboard musical instrument, usually ranging over seven octaves, with white and black keys, played by pressing these keys, causing hammers to strike strings
Soft. Used as a dynamic directive in sheet music in its abbreviated form, {p.}, to indicate lowering the volume of the music. In the pianoforte this is done by pressing the instrument's keys more lightly
n A parlor utensil for subduing the impenitent visitor It is operated by pressing the keys of the machine and the spirits of the audience
Soft; a direction to the performer to execute a certain passage softly, and with diminished volume of tone
A large keyboard instrument invented in the early 1700s by Bartolomeo Cristofori, with five principal components
This specifies the additional cost to move a single 42-inch piano as part of the total household This is not the cost to move the piano if that is the only item being moved
p Soft
Italian for "soft "
used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the piano passages in the composition"
(Italian; abbreviated p): quiet
A large, expensive musical instrument which, after thousands of dollars worth of lessons and constant harping by Mom, kids will refuse to play in front of company
a stringed instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds
A percussive keyboard instrument, theoretically capable of producing 88 distinct tones
( p ) - Soft, softer so than mezzo-piano
Soft Pianoforte
This MoverQuotes table column specifies the additional cost to move a single 42 inch piano as part of the total household This is not the cost to move the piano if that is the only item being moved
A word with two meanings: 1) a musical instrument with 88 black and white keys which trigger strings stretched over a metal frame; and 2) a dynamic marking, meaning "soft "
Soft
sonatas for cello and piano. see also grand piano, upright piano
The Italian term for "quiet" (literally "small") This is indicated in a musical score by the marking "p" [Dynamics Notation]
(pee ah' no): quiet pyarskwaerd (pi ahr skwayrd'): area
softly, quietly (Music)
keyboard instrument, also soft in dynamic level
A piano is a large musical instrument with a row of black and white keys. When you press these keys with your fingers, little hammers hit wire strings inside the piano which vibrate to produce musical notes. I taught myself how to play the piano He started piano lessons at the age of
1 A musical instrument played by pressing down keys on a keyboard and causing hammers to strike metal strings, the vibration from which is stopped by dampers when the keys are released 2 Performed softly
A piece of music that is played piano is played quietly. or pianoforte Keyboard instrument with wire strings that sound when struck by hammers operated by a keyboard. It was invented in Florence by Bartolomeo Cristofori before 1720, with the particular aim of permitting note-to-note dynamic variation (lacking in the harpsichord). It differs from the older clavichord in that its hammers (rather than tangents) are thrown at the strings and bounce back, permitting the struck string to vibrate loudly. A cast-iron frame is needed to withstand the strings' tremendous tension. Pianos have taken various shapes. The original harpsichord (or wing) shape has survived in the modern grand piano; the less-expensive square (actually rectangular) piano, standard in the early 19th century, was replaced by the upright piano, in which the strings are vertical. For at least 150 years the piano was the most important instrument in Western music. thumb piano piano nobile player piano
A modern keyboard instrument that produces sounds by hammers striking strings These hammers are activated by keys, depressed by the performer's fingers The piano is equipped with a pedal that controls the dampers which stop the vibration of the strings When the pedal is pressed by the performer's foot, the dampers are lifted from the strings, and the strings are allowed to vibrate freely Another pedal softens the volume of the piano The piano is an extremely popular instrument in Classical, Romantic, Post-Romantic, Modern, Jazz, Pop, Rock, and Folk music Famous jazz pianists: Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, Dave Brubeck, Herbie Hancock Search Google com for Piano
{i} musical instrument with a keyboard and pedals
(it ) - Softly Abreviated: p [back]
– Dynamic marking meaning “soft;” notated as p
Italian for quiet
Abbrev
Soft. Used as a dynamic directive in sheet music in its abbreviated form, {p.}, to indicate lowering the volume of the music. In the pianoforte this is done by pressing the instruments keys more lightly
A well-known musical instrument somewhat resembling the harpsichord, and consisting of a series of wires of graduated length, thickness, and tension, struck by hammers moved by keys
a stringed instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds (music) low loudness used chiefly as a direction or description in music; "the piano passages in the composition"
used as a direction in music; to be played relatively softly
A stringed keyboard instrument that is considered to be a member of the percussion family because the sound is produced by hammers that strikes the strings
Quiet (Italian)
(music) low loudness
pf
piano accordion
An accordion with a keyboard similar to that of a piano
piano accordions
plural form of piano accordion
piano bench
A rectangular wooden bench used while playing the piano
piano keys
plural form of piano key
piano keys
The large white striped section at the ends of a runway, used as a landing aiming point and as a distance indicator
piano nobile
The floor of a building where the principle bedrooms and main reception rooms are found. Very often on the first or second floor in older buildings
piano player
One who uses a piano to make music; a pianist
piano players
plural form of piano player
piano roll
A perforated roll of paper containing encoded music to be played by a pianola or player piano
piano stool
A round wooden stool used by piano players. It is less stable than the rectangular piano bench. The height can be adjusted by simply spinning the seat clockwise or counterclockwise, respectively
piano 2,adverb adjective
played or sung quietly
piano accordion
an accordion
piano accordion
accordion: a portable box-shaped free-reed instrument; the reeds are made to vibrate by air from the bellows controlled by the player
piano action
action consisting of a system of levers that move a felt hammer to strike the strings when a key is depressed
piano bar
A cocktail lounge featuring entertainment by a pianist. a bar where someone plays the piano for entertainment
piano hinge
A long narrow hinge with a pin running the entire length of its joint
piano key
one of the small keys on a piano that is pressed with the fingers to create a musical note
piano keyboard
a bank of keys on a musical instrument
piano lesson
a lesson in playing the piano
piano maker
a person who makes pianos
piano music
sheet music to be played on a piano
piano music
the sound of music produced by a piano; "he thought he heard piano music next door"
piano nobile
(Italian: "noble floor") In a Renaissance building, the first floor above ground level. In the typical palace erected by an Italian prince, the large, high-ceilinged reception rooms were in this upper, main story. Often a grand exterior staircase or pair of staircases led from ground level up to the piano nobile
piano player
musician who makes music on a piano
piano playing
making music on a piano
piano roll
A roll of paper containing perforations corresponding to the notes of a musical composition, used in operating a player piano
piano sonata
a sonata for piano
piano stool
low bench used for sitting while playing the piano
piano teacher
someone who teaches students to play the piano
piano tuner
person whose job it is to tune pianos, person who adjusts the notes of a piano to the proper pitch
piano tuner
someone who tunes pianos
piano tuning
adjustment of the notes of a piano to the proper pitch
piano wire
thin steel wire of high tensile strength
Jewish piano
A cash register
baby grand piano
A small grand piano
digital piano
A type of lightweight piano which reproduces the sound of a standard piano by electronic means. The keys are designed to feel like the keys of a real piano, and many are built to resemble one also
electric piano
A type of lightweight piano with electronic pickups to amplify the sound. The strings, or string substitutes, are struck mechanically such that the action is similar to that of a normal piano
grand piano
A large piano in which the strings are strung horizontally in a heavy frame shaped like a harp
mezzo piano
moderately soft
player piano
An acoustic piano which is automatically played (mechanically)
upright piano
A piano (pianoforte) whose strings are vertical
prepared piano
(Muzik) A prepared piano is a piano that has had its sound altered by placing objects (preparations) between or on the strings or on the hammers or dampers
A piano
joanna
Kaffir piano
South African musical instrument resembling a marimba or a xylophone
dumb piano
{i} small dumb keyboard that pianists use for exercising the fingers
forte piano
loud then immediately soft (Music)
grand piano
A grand piano is a large piano whose strings are set horizontally to the ground. Grand pianos are used especially for giving concerts and making recordings. A piano having the strings strung in a horizontal harp-shaped frame supported usually on three legs
grand piano
a piano with the strings on a harp-shaped frame; usually supported by 3 legs
grand piano
piano with a horizontal frame and strings
mechanical piano
a mechanically operated piano that uses a roll of perforated paper to activate the keys
organ piano
type of musical instrument with a keyboard
pedal piano
A piano with a pedal keyboard
pianos
plural of piano
player piano
A player piano is a type of mechanical piano. When you press the pedals, air is forced through holes in a roll of paper to press the keys and play a tune. A mechanically operated piano, especially a pedal-operated or motor-driven piano using pneumatic suction to move the keys in correspondence to the perforations on a turning piano roll. a piano that is played by machinery inside it. A long roll of paper with holes cut in it gradually turns and works the machinery, pressing down the keys on the piano to produce music = pianola. Piano that mechanically plays music encoded as perforations on a paper roll. An early version, patented in 1897 by the American engineer E.S. Votey, was a cabinet placed in front of an ordinary piano, with wooden "fingers" projecting over the keyboard. A paper roll with perforations corresponding to the notes passed over a tracker bar to activate the release of air by pneumatic devices that set the fingers in motion; the user could control tempo and loudness by levers and pedals. Soon this mechanism was built into the piano itself. The later "reproducing piano" could reproduce the nuances of tempo and dynamics in great performances, the roll having been produced by the performance itself. After the 1920s the phonograph led to the instrument's quick decline. Modern versions, such as the Yamaha Disklavier, are operated by digital memory on a computer disk
stride piano
A style of jazz piano playing in which the right hand plays the melody and the left hand alternates between the bass notes on the strong beats and chords on the weak ones.stride pianist n
thumb piano
{i} kalimba, mbira, African musical instrument with resonating box made of wood or a hollow gourd having tuned strips of wood or metal affixed to it which are plucked using the thumbs
thumb piano
An African musical instrument, such as the kalimba or mbira, that has a small sound box fitted with a row of tuned tabs that are plucked with the thumbs
to piano accompaniment
to the background music of a piano
upright piano
piano with strings that are hung vertically
upright piano
An upright piano is a piano in which the strings are arranged vertically, rather than horizontally as they are in a grand piano. A piano having the strings mounted vertically in a rectangular case with the keyboard at a right angle to the case. a piano with strings that are in a vertical position grand piano
Türkçe - İngilizce
{k} p
kuyruklu piano
grand piano
piano

    Heceleme

    pia·no

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    piänō

    Eş anlamlılar

    pianoforte

    Telaffuz

    /pēˈanō/ /piːˈænoʊ/

    Etimoloji

    [ pE-'ä-(")nO ] (adverb or adjective.) 1683. Short form of pianoforte, from Italian piano (“soft”) + forte (“strong”). So named because older keyboard instruments, notably the harpsichord and the clavier, could not produce varied volumes.

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