This is a series of videos that explain piano keys http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=piano+keys+for+beginners&qpvt=piano+keys+for+beginners&FORM=VDRE
The weight of the keys is what is unique about the Clavinova CVP digital piano. Even though it is a digital piano, the keys make it sound like it is a grand piano.
I really do not think it can be done. At one time, piano keys were made from ivory. If the ivory began changing, you could do things to it to keep it white. Today's piano keys are made of plastic. There is nothing you can do with yellowed plastic piano keys. Throw them away and replace them with new, white, plastic piano keys.
Guitars have tuning keys because they need to have a certain sound to make them sound good. Basicaly they need to be in tune.
a piano chord is a group of keys presed that make a nice sound E.G a "c" chord is these keys C,E,G
pianos need to be played by hitting the keys to make sound from the piano
Weighted piano keys are the keys that you can hit softly or hard and that will make the dynamics of a piece of music. This is so that you can make loud and soft sounds. Most keyboards don't have weighted piano keys and so you can only adjust the sound via the volume and the sound of the voice via the on-board computer screen.
No. The piano does have eighty-eight keys, but including the black keys (sharps or flats), it takes twelve keys to make an entire octave, so it's closer to eight octaves.
When you hit the keys of the piano, they move a hammer which then strikes a short string which then vibrates to make the musical sound.
Mostly Ivory which is used to make piano keys.
You play it like a piano. It's just the keys which are thinner and you can make different sounds on the piano. It is not heaps different.
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