His Variations for two pianofortes, op.
"Music: An Art and a Language" by Walter Raymond Spalding
He has had his pianoforte tuned, and actually proposes sending it up into one of these rooms for my use.
"Records of Later Life" by Frances Ann Kemble
I will call another day, and hear the pianoforte.
"The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of Jane Austen" by Jane Austen
Yet the decline of its popularity in comparison with the pianoforte may be accounted for on very rational grounds.
"Twentieth Century Inventions" by George Sutherland
I started up from the pianoforte.
"Weird Tales. Vol. I" by E. T. A. Hoffmann
A distinguished English amateur thus records his impressions of Chopin's style of pianoforte-playing compared with those of other masters.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 3" by Various
For the history of the clavicytherium considered as a forerunner of the pianoforte see PIANOFORTE.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 4" by Various
Some choirmasters imagine that practice with the organ or the pianoforte will cure flattening and uncertainty.
"The Boy's Voice" by J. Spencer Curwen
Your Spa doctor without a Spa is like Liszt or Herz without a pianoforte.
"Arthur O'Leary" by Charles James Lever
His voice, though not powerful, was clear and musical, and his touch on the pianoforte was perfect.
"Reminiscences, 1819-1899" by Julia Ward Howe
Oh, THOMSON GREEN was an auctioneer,
And made three hundred pounds a year;
And HARRIET HALE, most strange to say,
Gave pianoforte lessons at a sovereign a day.
"Thomson Green and Harriet Hale" by William Schwenck Gilbert
J--Downstairs and upstairs, every blessed minute,
There's each room with pianofortes in it.
How can I write with noises such as those?
And, being always discomposed, compose?
"Eclogue:Composed at Cannes, December 9th, 1867" by Edward Lear
Now, ever after dinnger, when the coffee-cups are brought,
Ahasuerus waileth o'er the grand pianoforte;
And, thanks to fair Cornelia, his fame hath waxen great,
And Ahasuerus Jenkins is a Power in the State!
"Army Headquarters" by Rudyard Kipling
1) Alessio Bax, piano, Oct 2, Dallas City Performance HallWinner of the prestigious Leeds Pianoforte Competition in 2000, the young Italian pianist has matured into one of the most probing and satisfying players of his generation.
The piano, or, to use its full name, pianoforte, earned its name because it can be played both quietly (piano) and loudly (forte).
RECITAL? PIANOFORTE CONCERT Kimberly Cann October 21 — Sunday at 3:00 pm $6 Museum Members.
Richard Egarr demonstrates pianoforte 's elegance with music and musings at Clarice Smith Center.
Richard Egarr demonstrates pianoforte's elegance with music and musings at Clarice Smith Center.