Recent Examples of upright piano from the Web
The hotel’s original 1902 Kimball upright piano is still used during live jams (held weekly) in the Blue Wing Saloon.
Walking inside was like entering a time capsule of vintage furniture covered in plastic, with a reproduction of Blue Boy on the wall and the polished black upright piano stacked with framed photographs.
Included in Wednesday's delivery were two grand pianos, four upright pianos, a drum set, violins, violas and a $5,000 check.
Carlton reached out to the family — and to Yamaha — after viewing a video of Harding playing a made-up tune on the family’s upright piano, water lapping up around him.
Boott Cotton Mills factory’s clattering weave room has 88 mechanical looms, each the size of an upright piano.
Quite a few of the furnishings come from her family’s house in France, like the comfy wingback chair and the upright piano in the open living room.
At age 10, the course of his life changed forever when an aunt gave the family an upright piano.
The upright piano and the kitchen table had rings of white marking the water’s rise.
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First Known Use of upright piano
UPRIGHT PIANO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of upright piano for English Language Learners
: a piano whose strings run from the top to the bottom
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