Definition of Janko keyboard
: a pianoforte keyboard invented in 1882 consisting of six rows of keys with three digitals to each note, those of each row being as whole-step intervals
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Origin and Etymology of janko keyboard
after Paul von Jankó †1919 Hungarian pianist
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