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There was a dusty piano in it, a child's exercise book on the music rack.
She placed an unusually thick arrangement on the music rack in front of Willie.
For the first rehearsal, the thirty-five members were reminded to bring their own instruments and music racks.
Spock had wandered over to the piano and sat down, studying the manuscript on the music rack.
On the music rack of the synthesizer, the Enigma score fluttered in a light wind.
Then he removed several sheets of music from inside his piano stool and fixed them carefully to the music rack.
His launching platform was a music rack.
At band rehearsals, his music rack often held a book he was reading along with the compositions he was playing.
Wurlitzer-Bruck also has a number of tabletop music racks and folding stands, including a brass 19th-century model with candleholders.
Sebell and Talmor were already settling themselves before the music rack and tuning their instruments.
Kingston Parker knocked out his pipe, and carried the file across the room and laid it open on the music rack of the piano.
Because music racks are often built quite low to preserve sightlines over the console, organ music is usually published in oblong or landscape format.
This process involved having operatives sneak the CD into stores and file it in regular music racks as if it were regular product.
Before him on the lyre-shaped music rack of the clavier is a copy of the American trash tabloid the National Tattler.
All at once the big German, who played the bass horn, rose from his seat and hurled his music rack at the offending Teddy Tucker.
Poulenc was moved to compose it when a little cousin objected to the "boring" music he was playing and shoved "Babar" onto the music rack of the piano.
Doc also sat down, reached over to the Chopin Nocturne No. 5 in F sharp major on the Steinway music rack and commenced to fan himself with it.
I was two and played Verdi, Schumann, and Nevin piano rolls, hanging onto the music rack as I tried to reach the pedal mechanism with my feet."
A critic at The Independent of London described his work as "the rampant plagiarism of a cultural kleptomaniac let loose among the World Music racks at his local record store."
However, it had been designed with a low "French" profile because the organist for whom it was built was very short and had a difficult time looking over a typical organ music rack to his choir.
Around 1790, for example, Ferdinand Hofmann of Vienna built an elegant cherry grand, with delicately carved arcades above an ebony-and-bone keyboard, and a music rack with a tall Gothic-arch window design.
All the details of the make-up had been completed, and the company settled down as the leader of the small, hired orchestra tapped significantly upon his music rack with his baton and began the soft curtain-raising strain.
Accounts of the contest record it was a disaster for Steibelt; Beethoven reportedly carried the day by improvising at length on a theme taken from the cello part of a new Steibelt piece-placed upside down on the music rack.
The FAST (Farfisa All Silicon Transistor) Series models had a metal cabinet covered with a washable skin plate and plastic edges, chrome folding legs, retractable carrying handles, and a removable music rack.
Most of the eight unlabeled pieces of furniture - Phyfe's own sideboard and cellaret, as well as a dressing table, worktable, shaving stand, chair, daybed and music rack - are on extended loan to the museum from a Phyfe descendant, Glorianna Gibbon.