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www.archaeologychannel.org/audio-main-menu-cat/audio-interviews/307-about-the-ancient-hydraulis

The creator of The Archaeology Channel discusses the invention and 2300-year evolution of the first keyboard musical instrument, featured also on a TAC video.

www.davideverotta.com/A_folders/Teaching/historypiano.html

The first keyboard instrument that used strings, the clavichord, came to be in the late Middle Ages, although nobody knows exactly when it was invented.

www.cnbc.com/2016/04/21/stevie-wonders-keyboard-uses-artificial-intelligence.html

Apr 21, 2016 ... After a quick demonstration, he became the company's first official ... So began a long friendship between the inventor and the musician.

www.man-machine.com/keyboard-history-quiz

Think you know your keyboard history? ... this quick quiz to see what you know about the past, present and future of keyboards. ... Who invented the typewriter?

www.roland.com/global/promos/piano_design_awards/history

Back then, much of the technology didn't exist so we had to invent it. Early highlights included developing Japan's first all-electronic combo piano, the world's first touch-sensitive keyboard, and even co-developing the MIDI language that ...

www.dictionary.com/e/qwerty

The name is simply the first six characters in the top far left row of letters. A Milwaukee newspaper editor and printer named Christopher Sholes invented the  ...

home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/computing/accessories/from-the-writing-machine-to-the-computer-keyboard-the-evolution-of-the-typewriter-11363991455145

Jul 4, 2018 ... [Read more: Tips for cleaning your computer's keyboard using basic ... American William Burt built the first Typographer – the precursor to the ...

techspirited.com/why-are-keyboard-keys-not-in-alphabetical-order

Mar 19, 2018 ... Should it not ideally be the starting key of the first row? But alas ... The typewriter was a simple device invented by C.L. Sholes in the year 1873.

www.techrepublic.com/article/how-swiftkey-built-the-worlds-smartest-keyboard

The first version of the keyboard, conjured by its inventor Christopher Latham Sholes in the late 1860s, had two simple rows of keys in alphabetical order.

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