Who invented the player piano?

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The piano was invented by Bartolomeo Cristofori in the 18th century. The original name for a piano was pianoforte, which means quiet/loud in the Italian language.
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The person who invented the player piano is usually stated as Henry Fourneaux. His piano was actually a device which played a piano. The first self playing piano was introduced in 1901 by Melville Clark.
The man who invented the piano was called Bartolomeo Cristofori and he was from Padua in Italy. He lived from 1655–1731 and although it is not known exactly when he made it, it was during this period.
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