English to Latin Meaning of clavichord - clavircordio

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Definitions of clavichord in English
Noun(1) an early stringed instrument like a piano but with more delicate sound
Examples of clavichord in English
(1) These gracefully escalating motifs, delivered on piano, mandolin, clavichord and (most prominently) accordion, are so utterly French that a waft of garlic and stale Gauloises hits you as you peel back the plastic.(2) Its treatment of the modern piano as a vehicle for Bach reflects older emphases, and praise for the clavichord might be wishful thinking, yet the writing is full of common sense and musicianship.(3) New instruments that appeared during the early Renaissance, in the second half of the 15th century, included the harpsichord, the clavichord , and the viol and violin families.(4) As she rises from a low chair at which she has been playing the clavichord , she disentangles the folds in the capacious dress which emphasises her tiny form.(5) He discusses the clavichord in general, with descriptions and photos of the three instruments which he plays.(6) He does not pretend it is a clavichord or a harpsichord, and the instrument's full ranges of volume, tone, and color are used.(7) Your husband must be loaded (as well as bonkers) in order to be able to afford to stable four pianos, two pump organs, one harpsichord and a clavichord .(8) He makes it as living and penetrating as the violin, as responsive and elusive as the clavichord .(9) He would be taught the horn, the clavichord , and the violin.(10) She has also mastered harpsichord and clavichord , conducted, and provided scholarly editions of some of Bach's non-keyboard works.(11) Mozart's lifetime witnessed the coexistence of four kinds of keyboard instrument: the harpsichord, the clavichord , the fortepiano, and the organ.(12) It seems, nevertheless, that his ÔÇÿorgan-likeÔÇÖ extemporisations were called forth by the clavichord , if not actually the organ.(13) And there were few overdubs; he was surrounded by a grand piano, a clavichord and a Fender Rhodes electric piano, and switched between them on-the-fly, as he did in concert.(14) He also loved music and was an accomplished musician playing the flute, harpsichord and clavichord .(15) The album features his baroque improv skills on the clavichord (playing three at once on occasion).(16) These keyboard works were written mainly for the clavichord , an instrument that was on the way out; yet even as he played and wrote increasingly for the piano, he took the earlier instrument to the greatest heights.
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Different Forms
clavichord, clavichords
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