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Correct spelling:
musical instruments (noun)
harmonicas, violincelli, celli, electric pianos, trumpets, violas, English horns, violins, alto saxophones, French horns, classical guitars, harps, keyboards, harpsichords, tenor saxophones, electric guitars, organs, oboes, horns, drums, recorders, clarinets, fiddles, bass, guitars, piccolos, trombones, banjoes, flutes, saxophones, bassoons.
Examples of usage:
  1. It is foolish to bring furniture, pianos, or such heavy and cumbersome property. - "Two Years in Oregon", Wallis Nash.
  2. As for a new piano, that was an impossible dream; and there were two splendid new pianos at and not a soul to touch them! Millenbeck, - "Throckmorton", Molly Elliot Seawell.
  3. Through the mirror the piano looked as though it might do anything, and to Henry, who knew nothing about pianos, it was responsible for almost everything that occurred in the house. - "The Golden Scarecrow", Hugh Walpole.

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