What is another word for klavier?

Pronunciation: [klˈe͡ɪvɪə] (IPA)

Klavier is the German word for piano and its synonyms refer to different aspects of the instrument. One word commonly used is "flügel," which refers specifically to a grand piano. Another synonym is "tasteninstrument," meaning keyboard instrument. "Klavichord" is another option, which is similar in appearance to a piano but with a quieter sound. "Pianoforte" is sometimes used, which translates to soft and loud, referring to the instrument's ability to play both soft and loud notes. "Keyboard" is a more general term that encompasses different types of keyboard instruments, including the piano. Other synonyms for "klavier" include "fortepiano" and "harpsichord.".

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Usage examples for Klavier

By using these simple themes you may easily write a series of conversations in at least twenty-four keys, on the principle of Bach's Wohltemperirtes klavier, but your fugues must be composed for two voices only, unless you are very clever.
"Paul Patoff"
F. Marion Crawford
1906. Ausgewahlte Arien und Duette mit einem obligaten Instrument und klavier- odor Orgelbegleitung.
"Johann Sebastian Bach"
Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry
1910. Brandenburgisches Konzert No. 1 fur klavier zu vier Handen.
"Johann Sebastian Bach"
Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry

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