Where Was the Piano Invented?

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The piano, an outstanding musical instrument, is thought to have been invented in 1709 in Italy by Bartolomeo Christofori. It was invented between the year 1655 and 1732. Bartolomeo first called his new instrument 'Gravicembalo col piano e forte' which means 'harpsichord with soft and loud'.
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