Piano Quiz

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#1 How many keys does the standard piano have?

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#2 Approximately how many pianos are there in the US today?

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#3 When was the first practical piano built?

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#4 When was the term Grand Piano first used?

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#5 What brand of piano did President John F. Kennedy own personally?

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#6 Johann Christian Schleip built many vertical pianos known as what animal?

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#7 When was the first piano built in America?

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#8 Approximately how many brands of pianos have been placed on the market in the past 100 years?

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#9 What was the total value of pianos produced in the US in 1910? (in 1910 dollars)

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#10 The “Piano Book” is written by?

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#11 The Bosendorfer Imperial concert grand has how many keys?

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#12 What was unusual about the piano Mangeot of Paris built in 1876?

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#13 To keep your piano in top shape, it should be tuned at least once every?

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