upright piano


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upright piano

a piano which has a rectangular vertical case
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THE gifted musician dubbed the Piano Man has had an upright piano put in his room at the mental unit where he is held.
It was in the way, for one thing, dislodging the upright piano from its position against the wall, so that the tarnished candelabra jutted out at an awkward angle, creating a sharpness in the room that Gwen found hard to accommodate.
Lennon bought the Hamburg-built Model Z upright piano from Steinway in December 1970.
It was later introduced for the modern grand piano, patent #164052 and upright piano, patent #164053 on June 1, 1875.
The company prospered and its first upright piano, built in 1866, was especially popular.
Noise abatement officers seized an upright piano, two electric pianos, a violin, a trombone, a guitar, four CD players, two tape decks and a stereo.
The sale also has a Pohlmann upright Piano in the Arts and Crafts style, Upright Chair and corner cupboard.
Electric piano, upright piano, Hammond organ, glockenspiel and Mellotron are all heard on the record.
PS: Both sets of my grandparents were Southern Indiana stone quarry laborers and farmers--AND they both had an upright piano in their modest Farmhouses.
Elizabeth and Ernie Aylward, who lost their carpets, a three-piece suite, a year-old kitchen and upright piano at their detached home in Trefriw in February's floods.
It is filled with memories of Ms Hutt's much-loved relatives - from the wooden furniture to the worn stool that sits beneath the 100-year-old upright piano, each piece has its own unique family history.