janko keyboard

janko keyboard
\\ˈyäŋ(ˌ)kō-\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized J
Etymology: after Paul von Jankó died 1919 Hungarian pianist
: a pianoforte keyboard invented in 1882 consisting of six rows of keys with three digitals to each note, those of each row being as whole-step intervals

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  • Janko keyboard — The Jankó keyboard is a musical keyboard layout for a piano designed by Paul von Jankó in 1882. [cite book title=Pianos and Their Makers last=Dolge|first=Alfred|authorlink=Alfred Dolge volume=1 format=book publisher=Covina/Dover edition=(fulltext …   Wikipedia

  • Janko-Klaviatur — Die Jankó Klaviatur ist eine alternative Klaviaturform, die 1882 von Paul von Jankó entworfen wurde. Weil eine normalgroße Hand auf dem üblichen Klavier kaum mehr als eine None greifen kann und alle Tonleitern mit einem anderen Fingersatz… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jankó-Klaviatur — Die Jankó Klaviatur ist eine alternative Klaviaturform in der 6 plus 6 Anordnung, die 1882 von Paul von Jankó entworfen wurde. Weil eine normalgroße Hand auf dem üblichen Klavier kaum mehr als eine None greifen kann und alle Tonleitern mit einem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Janko — People: *Zvonimir Janko, mathematician *Paul von Janko, inventor of the Janko keyboard *Marc Janko, Austrian football playerIn mathematics: *Janko group *Janko group J1 *Janko group J2 *Janko group J3 *Janko group J4 …   Wikipedia

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  • Paul von Jankó — (June 2, 1856 – March 17, 1919) was a Hungarian pianist and engineer. [cite book title=Pianos and Their Makers last=Dolge|first=Alfred|authorlink=Alfred Dolge volume=1 format=book publisher=Covina/Dover edition=(fulltext on Google Books link)… …   Wikipedia

  • Enharmonic keyboard — An enharmonic keyboard is a musical keyboard based on an enharmonic scale. At the very least such keyboards will have 17 keys per octave, and enharmonically equivalent notes will have different pitches. A typical keyboard will have one key for,… …   Wikipedia

  • Isomorphic keyboard — An isomorphic keyboard is a musical input device consisting of a two dimensional array of note controlling elements (such as buttons or keys) on which any given sequence and/or combination of musical intervals has the “same shape” on the keyboard …   Wikipedia

  • Generalized keyboard — Generalized keyboards are musical keyboards with regular, tile like arrangements usually with rectangular or hexagonal keys, and were developed for performing music in different tunings. They were introduced by Robert Bosanquet in the 1870s, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Piano — Pianoforte redirects here. For earlier versions of the instrument, see Fortepiano. For other uses of Piano, see Piano (disambiguation). Piano Bösendorfer grand piano Keyboard instrument …   Wikipedia

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