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Words Related to Music - Keyboard Instruments

Here you will learn some English words related to keyboard instruments such as "piano", "organ", and "accordion".

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fortepiano
[noun]
an early version of the piano, known for its softer and more delicate sound compared to modern pianos, commonly used in classical music from the 18th and 19th centuries
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tangent piano
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an early keyboard instrument with strings struck by tangents, known for its soft and intimate sound, used in historical and early music
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piano
[noun]
a musical instrument we play by pressing the black and white keys on the keyboard
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accordion
[noun]
a box-like musical instrument that is held in both hands and is played by squeezing and stretching it while pressing its keys
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organ
[noun]
a large keyboard instrument with rows of pipes in different sizes, each played by a separate set of keys, producing a wide range of tones
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harpsichord
[noun]
an early keyboard instrument resembling a piano in which the strings are plucked rather than being hit with a hammer
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bowed clavier
[noun]
a rare instrument that combines a keyboard with bowed strings, known for its unique and expressive sound, used in avant-garde and experimental music
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clavichord
[noun]
a Western European keyboard instrument producing soft tones, especially used in the 18th century
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clavicymbalum
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a historical keyboard instrument similar to a dulcimer, known for its plucked strings and bright sound, used in medieval and Renaissance music
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lautenwerck
[noun]
a historical keyboard instrument that resembles a lute, known for its plucked strings and delicate sound, used in Baroque music
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claviharp
[noun]
a hybrid musical instrument with strings like a harp and a small attached keyboard for plucking or damping the strings
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button accordion
[noun]
a type of accordion that is played by pressing buttons or keys on one side of the instrument, rather than by pulling and pushing a bellows as with the more common piano accordion
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diatonic button accordion
[noun]
a type of accordion that has buttons arranged in a diatonic scale pattern, typically used in folk, traditional, and regional music styles
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piano accordion
[noun]
a type of accordion that is played by pressing piano-style keys on one side of the instrument while operating a bellows with the other hand to create sound
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calliope
[noun]
a musical instrument that produces sound by sending steam or compressed air through large whistles, and is often used in outdoor events such as circuses and fairs
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claviola
[noun]
a small, keyboard-like wind instrument with a unique sound that is a cross between an accordion and a clarinet
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concertina
[noun]
a small polygonal instrument that resembles an accordion which is played by pressing keys and pulling and pushing its sides
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reed organ
[noun]
a type of keyboard instrument that produces sound by forcing air through metal reeds when keys are pressed
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pump organ
[noun]
a keyboard instrument that produces sound by forcing air through reeds using a foot-operated bellows or hand-pumped mechanism
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pipe organ
[noun]
a large keyboard instrument with rows of pipes in various lengths each played by a separate set of keys, producing a wide range of tones
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celesta
[noun]
a musical instrument with a small keyboard in which hammers hit a row of steel plates, producing a bell-like sound
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dulcitone
[noun]
a historical keyboard instrument that produces a soft and delicate tone, similar to a celesta or glockenspiel
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harmonium
[noun]
a musical instrument resembling a small organ in which the performer operates the pedals by feet and plays notes on the keyboard
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barrel organ
[noun]
a mechanical musical instrument which produces a particular tune by turning a handle
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spinet
[noun]
an early keyboard instrument similar to a harpsichord with strings set slantwise
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glasschord
[noun]
a distinctive musical instrument that produces sound through struck or bowed glass rods, known for its unique and ethereal timbre
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terpodion
[noun]
a rare and obsolete keyboard instrument resembling a harmonium or pump organ, used in some 19th-century compositions
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Wurlitzer electric piano
[noun]
an electromechanical piano with metal reeds and hammers that produces a bright and percussive sound
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Rhodes piano
[noun]
an electric piano that uses metal tines struck by hammers to produce its signature warm and mellow sound
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clavinet
[noun]
a keyboard instrument that uses strings and pickups to produce a distinctive percussive and funky sound
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grand piano
[noun]
a large piano with three legs that its strings are parallel to the ground, marked by being full-toned
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