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Grand piano

PatternA4 (25Pages) Assembly InstructionsA4 (7Pages)(1/2)
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Contents information

Artist name
  • Hiroshi Chiba / PAPERART-C
Release date
  • 2009-04-07
Format
  • PDF
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Recommended paper type
  • Matte Photo Paper
Print Quality
  • High
Orientation
  • Portrait
Page Layout
  • Same magnification
Page Scaling
  • None

A piano is a keyboard instrument that makes musical sounds through pressing of keys which cause hammers to strike strings. A standard-sized piano has 88 keys and is capable of playing a very broad range of notes. It is unclear when the first piano was created, but we know that pianos were around already in 1700. The grand piano, on which this paper craft is based, has undergone several changes to aspects such as the tightness and shape of its strings, having many improvements carried out over a long time and resulting in the shape it has today. The grand piano is a particularly large type of piano. Longer strings make for a better resonation, and so the grand piano has its frame parallel to the floor, allowing for a large space to house long strings. These long strings also mean that it is very large in size, making the grand piano perfect for use in big concert halls with high ceilings, or other areas with good acoustics.

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