Why piano kyes are made up of ivory?
Originally, Ivory as a dentine type material & tough enough to withstand many years of use/abuse, was used for piano keys as well as handles on many tools & utensils. With the invention of plastic material & the need for animal conservation, ivory has become illegal to use.
They aren't teeth, and they're made of ivory(used in pool cue balls and piano keys)
no there not made out of ivory u dummy
the piano trio- an ensemble consisting of piano,violin, and cello.
The statue is made up of ivory, iron, and gold.
Some species of whale's teeth are made of ivory. Most, however, are not. Sperm whales are one species of ivory toothed whale. Each tooth can weigh up to 1.5 kilogram.
It's made of wood
If the earings are true ivory they can be up to one hundred dolers depending on what size, and how they where made.
most of them are made up of these instruments: violin and piano.
Ivory The elephants Tusk is nothing but a form of Teeth. It is made up of calcium. == ==
No a rhinoceros horn is made up of keratin which is what make hair and fingernails
Wood, ivory, and formaldehyde.
Several ways. 1. Look for a very fine line where the key gets narrower (where the two parts on the top come together). If you see a line, it is probably ivory as they are made up of more than one part. Keys of plastic or other materials other than ivory will be in one piece. 2. If you look very closely- a magnifying glass would be helpful- and look for a pattern called Schreger… Read More
Even though elephants are large, beautiful, and majestic creatures, people still kill them. Why? Their horns are a valuable source of ivory, the stuff that makes up piano keys. To help save the elephants, stay away from ivory.
Are u effed up
Ivory is an elephant tusk that is made into slates for carving. It is also a shade of off-white. It's the name for the substance that makes up elephants tusks.
Pianos are made of the finest materials not only for apperances but also for excellent sound production. its made from wood that is shaped to form the shape of the piano. The keys are made from plastic and as you go up the piano the volume gets higher and higher
The tusk of the hippo is, the horn of the rhino is actually made up of a hair like material.
Ivory is a material which is harvested from animal teeth, bones, or tusks, often used in carvings or embellishments. While popular up through the 19th century, the ivory trade has caused many species of animals to go extinct or become critically endangered, and therefore is heavily restricted. Most countries have made it illegal to sell, trade, purchase, or create products made from ivory.
No, an elephant's tusk is ivory, while a rhino's horn is made up of compressed hairs.
I just got a Jaymar Piano with the same patent number and looked it up on the US Gov. web site. It was made in 1953. The only problem is that patent #2,641,135 is for an automotive power antenna not a toy piano. I think they just made up the patent number.
Fritz Khula Piano was made by some manufacturers all over the world. F.Khula made in Hamamatsu, Japan by TOYO Piano MFG. (Apollo Piano) 's serial numbers (printed on golden frame) are in the link. Fritz Khula Piano were also made by: Lester Piano (Hamamatsu, Japan);before 1965 Sakamoto Piano(Hamamatsu, Japan);before1965 (after 1966, F.Khula was made by TOYO in Japan) Maridos piano Co.(Phillippins) N.Y. Euterpe Piano Fritz Khula (West Germany)you can see serials after lift up top… Read More
Technically rhino horns are made of hair not "dentine" material, which is the material that makes up elephant tusks, however they are often referred to as "ivory". So it depends on whether you want the technical definition by material, or the broad definition as far as common usage. Technically no, they're not ivory.
Ray was three years old when he started playing piano. In conclusion, that is the answer I made up, at least i thinks its correct..
On most piano it affects the volume of the piano. When the pedal is down the piano is quieter and when up the piano is louder.
Well, it is just made up there not really playing it
A hippo's teeth sharpen themselves. The teeth are made from ivory and can reach lengths of up to 1. 6 feet.
Heat up a pin and press it into the ivory if it does nothing it is real. If it melt trough it then it is fake.
THE WAY A PIANO IS SET UP
ivory would be lighter, champagne is like a really light golden brown, and ivory is a kind of off-white. If you're talking foundation porcelain is normally the lightest, with ivory being the next shade up.
No it does not.
There is a violin, a viola and a cello along with a piano itself in a piano quartet.
A spinet piano, is the smallest vertical piano. A console piano is the next size up. Studio is next then, the full sized uprights.
The teeth are made of a calcium compound which wears down over time. The worn teeth eventually fall out and are replaced up to six times during the lifespan of the animal. The tusks are modified incisors and are made of ivory.
Pianos produce music using keys, those keys trigger hammers on arms within the body of the Piano. The hammer swings up, strikes a piano wire, and the vibration produces a tone. When you combine these tones by pressing various keys in planned methods, you produce music. There are also pedals at the base of the piano which can be used to alter the sound made when the hammer strikes the metal piano wire.
The Palaikastro kourous is actually made up of five different materials; they are as follows: serpentine, rocks, wood, gold, & ivory.
If you mean Ivory, like the dishwashing soap, no it can't. It will bubble way up and out of the washer, personal experience.
I believe the term "stand up piano" is another way of saying "upright piano". An upright piano has strings that are vertical (top to bottom) unlike the more popular grand piano which has strings that are horizontal (front to back). If you would like more info go to http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piano
The 2 main types of piano are the up-right and the grand.
um...look up electric piano on google...
Great website to look up piano serial numbers which correspond with the year they were made: http://www.bluebookofpianos.com/serial1.htm Between 1976-1978, probably during 1977
the answer is that the piano, is a family of the percussion family, and if you dont believe me... look it up
Yes, the noun 'ivory' is a common noun, a general for for a substance that makes up the tusks of elephants, walruses, and other animals; a general word for a pale whitish yellow color. The word 'ivory' also functions as an adjective.
If the piano is going up the stairs, an inclined plane. If it is going up through the window, a pulley.
The rhythm section of a jazz band is usually made up of drums, piano, bass, and guitar.
well first you need to have a piano second look it up ever heard of it
What is the value of a 1921 Gulbransen up right piano
The third C up from the bottom (left) of the piano; it is the C below Middle C.
Stevie Wonder in 1982
E# is F on the piano, as F is 1/2 step up from e. b# would likewise be C on the piano.
It looks like it is made between 1923-1925 Someone just gifted me a Cable Baby Grand made in 1925, and I have been doing research on it. Here's a link to look up Cable Piano age based on serial numbers: http://www.bluebookofpianos.com/serial1.htm#CABLE Good luck to you!