Sarah was fond of music and played the spinet (a musical instrument like a small harpsichord).
Soon afterwards, they bought me a small spinet organ and arranged for me to take lessons.
In the great central panel of the Agliardi triptych, a guitar lies strings-down on a spinet and knife and, with a bowl of fruit deposited on top of it, becomes an impromptu piece of furniture.
In the spinet , the strings run obliquely away from the player, producing a wing-shaped case, or a trapezoid case in smaller instruments.
According to her artist's statement, when she was a young girl, she demanded a piano; her parents bought a spinet piano for her, and her nursery school teacher gave her instruction.
I can practically see at the spinet my Aunt Ida sliding into ‘Pale hands I loved beside the Shalimar.’
Before recordings were available, people had to wait to hear wonderfully performed music; at home, people either went without or made their own, at parlor spinet pianos or on the porch with guitar and banjo.
It will include harpists, a soprano soloist accompanied by the flute and spinet and music by Mozart as well as other lesser-known composers.
Two pictures feature color TV sets, and one couple poses in front of a spinet piano, a very rare object in a Chinese household.
Matteo Ricci had brought with him a spinet , other Jesuits brought violins and flutes, cellos and bassoons and manuals on music styles.