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definición - Keyboards

keyboard (n.)

1.device consisting of a set of keys on a piano or organ or typewriter or typesetting machine or computer or the like

2.a keyboard that is a data input device for computers; arrangement of keys is modelled after the typewriter keyboard

3.holder consisting of an arrangement of hooks on which keys or locks can be hung

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Merriam Webster

KeyboardKey"board` (?), n. The whole arrangement, or one range, of the keys{3} of an organ, piano, typewriter, etc.; that part of a device containing the keys{3} used to operate it.

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diccionario analógico

 

peripheral; computer peripheral; peripheral device; peripherals; peripheral equipment[ClasseParExt.]

meuble d'église (fr)[Classe]

church organ; pipe organ[ClasseHyper.]

instrument de jazz (fr)[ClasseParExt.]

pianoforte; piano; forte-piano[ClasseHyper.]

machine à composer (fr)[Classe]

objet avec lequel on écrit (fr)[Classe]

typewriter[ClasseHyper.]

(information), (diffuse; disseminate; peddle; put about; spread; propagate; make known; circulate; put into circulation), (communicate)[Thème]

(peripheral; computer peripheral; peripheral device; peripherals; peripheral equipment)[Thème]

(church organ; pipe organ)[Thème]

(pianoforte; piano; forte-piano)[Thème]

(touch typing; touch system), (audiotypist)[Thème]

(touch typing; touch system), (audiotypist)[termes liés]

instrument à cordes (fr)[DomainDescrip.]

factotum[Domaine]

Device[Domaine]

computer_science[Domaine]

Machine[Domaine]

music[Domaine]

MusicalInstrument[Domaine]

electricity[Domaine]

furniture[Domaine]

instrumentality, instrumentation - machine - wind, wind instrument - keyboard instrument - percussion, percussion instrument, percussive instrument - stringed instrument - electronic equipment - printer, printing machine - character-at-a-time printer, character printer, serial printer[Hyper.]

calculate, cipher, compute, cypher, figure, reckon, reckon up, work out - computerise, computerize, cybernate - computerise, computerize - computerise, computerize - organist - pianist, piano player - pianistic - pianistic - type, typewrite[Dérivé]

platform[Desc]

computer science, computing, information science, information technology[Domaine]

keyboard (n.)



holder[Hyper.]

keyboard (n.)


Wikipedia

Keyboard instrument

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The piano, a common keyboard instrument

A keyboard instrument is any musical instrument played using a musical keyboard. The most common of these is the piano. Other widely used keyboard instruments include various types of organs as well as other mechanical, electromechanical and electronic instruments. In common language, it is mostly used to refer to keyboard-style synthesizers.

Among the earliest keyboard instruments are the pipe organ, hurdy gurdy, clavichord, and harpsichord. The organ is without doubt the oldest of these, appearing in the 3rd century BC, although this early instrument—called hydraulis--did not use a keyboard in the modern sense. From its invention until the 14th century, the organ remained the only keyboard instrument. Often, the organ did not feature a keyboard at all, rather buttons or large levers which were operated by a whole hand. Almost every keyboard until the 15th century had naturals to each octave.

The clavichord and the harpsichord appeared during the 14th century, the clavichord probably being the earlier. The harpsichord and the clavichord were both very common until the widespread adoption of the piano in the 18th century, after which their popularity decreased. The piano was revolutionary because a pianist could vary the volume (or dynamics) of the sound by varying the vigor with which each key was struck. The piano's full name is "gravicèmbalo con piano e forte" meaning "harpsichord with soft and loud" but can be shortened to "piano-forte", which means "soft-loud" in Italian.

Keyboard instruments were further developed in the 20th century. Early electromechanical instruments, such as the Ondes Martenot, appeared early in the century.

The piano keys were made of natural materials. The white tangents were made of ivory, the black of ebony, but now artificial materials like plastic are used to cover the wooden keys. Cheaper materials like oak, walnut and soft wood are used now.

Much effort has gone into finding an instrument which sounds like the piano but lacks its size and weight. The electric piano and electronic piano were early efforts that, while being useful instruments in their own right, were not successful in convincingly reproducing the timbre of the piano. Electric and electronic organs were developed during the same period.

Significant development of the synthesizer occurred in the 1960s and has continued ever since. The most notable early synthesizer is the Moog synthesizer, which used analog circuitry. In time, digital synthesis, using actual piano samples, has become common.

Contents

List of keyboard instruments

Chordophones

Aerophones

Idiophones

Electrophones

See also

References

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Keyboard

                   

Keyboard may refer to:

  Music

  • Musical keyboard, a set of adjacent keys or levers used to play a musical instrument
  • Keyboard instrument, an instrument with a musical keyboard
    • Electronic keyboard, a keyboard instrument in which key presses complete an electric circuit
      • MIDI keyboard, an electronic keyboard used to send MIDI data to a computer or synthesizer
      • See sub-articles for various other types, including digital pianos, synthesizers, electric organs, etc.
    • Pedal keyboard, a foot-operated keyboard that is placed on the floor
  • Keyboardist, a musician who plays keyboard instruments
  • Keyboard Magazine, a publication about musical instruments such as the piano
  • Synthesizer, an electronic instrument that is commonly referred to as a keyboard

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