piano tuner

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Noun1.piano tuner - someone who tunes pianospiano tuner - someone who tunes pianos    
skilled worker, skilled workman, trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills
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piano tuner

naccordatore/trice di pianoforti
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Tenders are invited for piano tuning, transfer and maintenance service professional music conservatory and accompanying pianist for competitions, concerts, recitals and auditions (2 lots)
* A recital fee (or event/performance fee) covers the costs of recitals and events, including venue rental, entry fees, piano tuning, programs and hospitality.
McNulty first studied guitar, then switched to piano tuning before embarking on his career as a fortepiano builder at a Boston workshop.
Griffin James has been trained from London Trinity College of Music and has also learned piano tuning from Germany.
His services include piano tuning, repairs, concert preparation and restorations.
Eddie emigrated to New Zealand in the 60s after a five-year apprenticeship in piano tuning in Scotland.
Both have a basic shape similar to a piano tuning fork, each with a central opening where users slide an asphalt composition shingle to estimate its thickness.
When the Licad-Meneses duo performed in Bacolod, the piano tuning was provided by Ricardo Garcia, who's also the tuner of Raul Sunico.
Accordingly, the students were trained in crafts through which they could earn a living, including handiwork, brush and basket making, yet they were also taught music and, from 1924 on, piano tuning. Within a very short time, the Deyl Institute had built up a good reputation, bearing witness to which is the long list of its supporters.
Piano tuning had been her calling, she knew it, she knew it when she saw the ad, when she held the instruments, when she walked up to the school.
Looking closely you can see images of brush making, piano tuning, Braille reading, weaving and knitting in the carvings.
Courses included broom making, rug weaving, and piano tuning. (1904)