Definition of Music stool

1. Noun. A stool for piano players; usually adjustable in height.

Exact synonyms: Piano Stool
Generic synonyms: Stool



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Music Stool

music critic
music department
music director
music genre
music hall
music lesson
music lover
music notation
music of the spheres
music paper
music rack
music room
music school
music stand
music stands
music stool (current term)
music teacher
music theory
music therapies
music therapy
music to someone's ears
music video
music videos
musica ficta
musical
musical accompaniment
musical agraphia
musical alexia
musical arrangement
musical bow

Literary usage of Music stool

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1. Representative British Dramas, Victorian and Modern by Montrose Jonas Moses (1918)
"This is the village pump [pointing to SAM, sealed by piano, on music-stool; SAM turns round on music-stool, disgusted] Entrance of Jeanne — now called ..."

2. Spiritual Magazine (1877)
"While chatting as a family, we all saw the music stool float away from the harmonium up to ... The head of the music stool then made obeisance to the Bible. ..."

3. Cabinetwork and Joinery: Comprising Designs and Details of Construction by Paul N Hasluck (1907)
"music stool with Box Seat. stool with a 1" in half eh ml half vertical - 138 by Fig. ... Double-tenon between Drawer Framing and Post of music stool. ..."

4. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal by Charles Dickens (1883)
"He ousted the young lady from the music-stool and began to run his fingers over the keys in obligate fortissimo fashion. Soon the spirit of song was stirred ..."

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