piano stool


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piano stool

n
(Instruments) a stool on which a pianist sits when playing a piano, esp one whose height is adjustable
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Noun1.piano stool - a stool for piano playerspiano stool - a stool for piano players; usually adjustable in height
stool - a simple seat without a back or arms
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He did not know what to do with those arms and hands, and when, to his excited vision, one arm seemed liable to brush against the books on the table, he lurched away like a frightened horse, barely missing the piano stool.
The finale was the Galop Marche by Albert Lavignac, for one piano and eight hands, performed by the Ukrainian Quartet (Nadia Lopchynska, Olena Osika, Ohla Kochura and Natalia Kashyrtseva), who clowned around, fought over the music, pushed one another off the piano stool, took selfies with a mobile phone, performed exercises in time with the music and at the same time played the music.
But it wouldn't be a Mustonen concert without his favoured instrument and he duly obliged with Mozart's 'Coronation' Piano Concerto #26, conducting from the piano stool, mostly with his left hand as much of the piano part is written for right hand only.
He added: "And then he played Life On Mars and I can remember sitting back from the piano stool and going 'David, that is an amazing song.
Occasionally we find Lorna on the piano stool, where she enjoys to perch until she knocks a key, resulting in a barking match with the piano.
He said: "I was in the music room practising and out of nowhere the door was kicked open and my music teacher [Mr Morgan] drags me off the piano stool and carries me out.
In one painting poignant for its many sentimental evocations, Singh reassembles pieces of her lola's favorite piano stool.
After two pints, Uncle William began to nod off and Mary would slip off her piano stool and go out to play.
Sir Elton brought the female steward on stage to give her a hug and share his piano stool with her, telling her: "No-one should ever talk to a lady like that.
Other Friday highlights include a 50th anniversary performance of Stan Tracey's Under Milk Wood (after Dylan omas) with Steve Melling on the piano stool alongside Bobby Wellins, Clark Tracey and Andrew Clyndert.
But the family of Grace Gibson, who died 20 years ago, say they believe she wrote the original music in the early 1950s after finding the sheet music hidden in a piano stool.