upright piano


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upright piano

a piano which has a rectangular vertical case
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Fresh imagery, such as the use of a formerly upright piano as a metaphor for a mother who falls under the spell of a maestro who is not her piano-tuning husband, awakens the mind from its habitual vantage point to see anew the universal truths it has learned to gloss over.
Onstage an upright piano is adroitly manned by musical director William Foster McDaniel, while five nattily dressed singer-dancers perform and a six-piece band keeps the juice turned up.
If they had known each other, I would have bet my sack lunch on Miss Cooley and the upright piano she rolled through the halls at 80 mph.
In 1954 he sat down at his family's upright piano and banged out a tune that he titled "Merry, Merry Lou.
The couple are proud owners of the original John Lennon Steinway upright piano which he used to pen the hit Imagine.
Furnished with a small upright piano and several chairs, Hemphill's classroom at ADF is spacious and light with a smooth wooden floor and blackboards on several walls.
So it goes without saying that you probably didn't know that Don Thumel, a Eugene piano store owner, last year bought a family heirloom - a 1946 Kimball upright piano - that was once owned by Cooper, who plays the Douglas County Fair on Aug.
At this point the firm was producing 8 types of upright piano and 5 types of grand piano.
Inside, 18 chairs have been placed in a circle and the upright piano has been pushed against the south wall.
I can still see her coming to her old upright piano with flour on her apron to play a Beethoven sonata while a pie bloomed in the oven.
Seated at an upright piano, Barry Hyde showed his incredible genius performing his musical hall/folk set.