The piano as we know it today was invented by Bartolomeo Cristofori in 1709.
Is a stringed instrument with keys and is used both as a solo as well as an accompanying instrument.
The piano has the widest range of all instruments. This instrument has a wide dynamic range, allowing it to produce both dazzling and powerful tones.
In the low register, the tone color ranges from gong-like tones to beautiful tones in the higher register.
The modern piano has steel and copper strings attached to an iron frame, and three metal pedals. The soundboard is made of spruce.
Because of its winged shape, the instrument appears elegant.