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Clavichord meaning

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clavichord - examples of usage

  1. It is not a matter of wonder that the lovers of the harpsichord and clavichord did not take kindly to the piano- forte at first. - "Great Violinists And Pianists", George T. Ferris.
  2. Though improvements in other parts of the piano have done much to increase the volume of the tone, yet in the radical change of form, size, and other physical qualities of the sounding- board consists the evolution of the modern pianoforte from the primitive clavichord. - "Resonance in Singing and Speaking", Thomas Fillebrown.
  3. Bach preferred the Clavichord to the Harpsichord, which, though susceptible of great variety of tone, seemed to him lacking in soul. - "Johann Sebastian Bach", Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry.
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