Music Rack


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Music Rack

 

a rest for sheet music built into a musical instrument, such as a grand piano, upright piano, organ, or harmonium. There are also tabletop music racks, which are used for both sheet music and books.

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With her back to the audience, bending over to keep herself from spilling out of herself, she stood up and hit her forehead against the music rack. It made a small, wooden, maniac clat.
They recall the tiny gold stars they would receive when they had practiced and how their teacher would beat time with her pencil on the music rack. These are details most of us could not conjure up about our fifth-grade teacher, no matter how beloved he or she was.
It has found its way to the music rack of virtually every keyboard-playing musician since Bach first gathered his 48 Preludes and Fugues into two volumes in 1722 and 1744 respectively.
The colorful 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 fold-out card will fit on the music rack to remind students of effective practice procedures.
Eighth-generation dubs of his CDs are stuffed into most markets' music racks, his visage is heat-screened onto stretchy T-shirts and his voice echoes from loudspeakers lassoed to lampposts on late afternoons in small towns.
This is some of the loveliest, most subtle, and quietly funky music available in the world music racks. Right from the start of her first ACT disc, Moon and Wind I have been an ardent fan.
Take a few minutes to look over the selections, grab that Tracy Bonham disc you've been meaning to pick up forever, then wander over to the new music racks.
The impact resistance provided by the acrylic Colorcomp materials was also a key factor in their selection: as Klann explains, there's "always the possibility of heavy hymnals dropping onto the stop keys from the music racks above the keyboard." Tactile effect was another: the materials provide a smooth surface finish for the components of the organ's thumb pistons, which are used to preprogram the stops on the organ to produce different voices such as flutes or trumpets.