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Framed Piano Keys Art

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Framed Symphony in Piano
Symphony in Piano
by Britt Hallowell
26" x 36" Frame
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Price: $266.49 
Framed Steinway & Sons, Piano Keys With Modern Logo
Steinway & Sons, Piano Keys With Modern Logo
 
29" x 21" Frame
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Price: $224.99 
Framed Cool Jazz III
Cool Jazz III
by Norman Wyatt Jr.
19" x 19" Frame
 
Price: $157.49 
Framed Yamaha P120 close-up of Piano Keys
Yamaha P120 close-up of Piano Keys
 
28" x 23" Frame
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Price: $227.99 
Framed Piano Keys
Piano Keys
 
29" x 21" Frame
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Price: $224.99 
Framed Klavier Tastatur
Klavier Tastatur
 
28" x 23" Frame
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Price: $227.99 
Framed Close-up of a person's hands playing a piano
Close-up of a person's hands playing a piano
 
27" x 22" Frame
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Price: $221.49 
Framed Close-up of a person's hands playing a piano
Close-up of a person's hands playing a piano
 
27" x 22" Frame
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Price: $221.49 
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Framed Piano Keys Artwork

The most distinctive part of the piano is the keyboard, with the black-and-white piano keys being instantly recognized even by those who don’t play the musical instrument. Over the years, piano keys were made of different materials, with sugar pine being used in the past, before they were gradually replaced by basswood or spruce. Both the classic and modern versions can be admired at FramedArt.com, with dozens of Framed Piano Keys Art up for sale.
While the materials have changed in an attempt of keeping up with the advancements of technology, the color of piano keys stays the same. Framed Piano Keys Art are always going to emphasize the black-and-white keyboard, even though the transition from ivory to plastic has been done a long time ago. Back in the day when there were no treaties protecting endangered species, ivory was chosen for the white keys, while ebony was the choice for the black ones.

Modern pianos are using almost exclusively plastic for both keys and some of the best manufacturers managed to produce materials that mimic the feel of both ebony and ivory. A closer inspection of the Framed Piano Keys Art will reveal the fact that pianos have only 36 black keys and a total of 52 white ones, as opposed to the older versions that had no more than 85 keys. The more exotic versions have far more keys with as many as 97 of them, allowing the one playing to take advantage of increased resonance.
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Framed Enchanting Keys
Enchanting Keys
by Monica Stewart
27" x 25"
Price: $285.99
Sale: $228.99
Framed Night of Blues
Night of Blues
by Tat Vila
25" x 25"
Price: $274.99
Sale: $219.99
Framed Fluency
Fluency
by Salaam Muhammad
19" x 23"
Price: $214.99
Sale: $171.99
Framed Blue Moon
Blue Moon
by Tat Vila
32" x 32"
Price: $433.99
Sale: $346.99
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