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History of the Piano
The piano story starts in 1709, Padua Italy where the harpsichord maker had a shop
by the name Francesco Christofori. Numerous other stringed and console instruments went
before the piano and prompted the improvement of the instrument as we probably are
aware it today. Humans knowledge of the taut, a vibrating string that can create sound
backpedals to ancient times. In the old world, strings were connected and extended over
bows, gourds, and boxes to enhance the sound; they were secured by ties, pegs, and sticks;
and they were culled, bowed or struck to create sounds. The most prevalent piano was known
as the ‘pianoforte’ (Italian term) which is gotten from the word ‘fortepiano’ which is another
Italian term (Ammer 74). This term alludes to the capacity of the instrument to sound noisy or
delicate relying upon the performer's playing. Various other stringed and comfort instruments
went before the piano and brought the change of the piano instrument known today.
In the end, a group of stringed instruments with a console advanced in Europe in the