Definition of "grand piano" []

  • A piano having the strings strung in a horizontal harp-shaped frame supported usually on three legs. (noun)

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Use "grand piano" in a sentence
  • "The Concert Piano Tuning and Preparation of the Performance Piano course teaches advanced students the skills needed to prepare a grand piano for a concert performance."
  • "Behind her was a concert-sized grand piano that her father had given her when she had won a gold metal in a music competition."
  • "In the middle of the room sat a black grand piano that flaunted a black-and-white photograph of Ms. Allen and violinist Isaac Stern standing in front of Carnegie Hall."