English to Hindi Meaning :: pice

Pice :
पैसा
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Noun(1) a small flute; pitched an octave above the standard flute

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(1) The triangle for once doesn't play as if afraid it will never be heard from again, while the piccolo stands out for its cleanliness of tone and brilliance.(2) She raised her flute at her eleventh measure of rest, her piccolo on the stand in front of her, and after eight more beats she began playing the music.(3) Alice played a clear note on the flute, picked up the piccolo and tried it.(4) He plays the tune on his wooden flute, then a piccolo , and finally on a clarinet.(5) Featuring solo parts for horn, piccolo , and clarinet, this is the one movement in the work that thrives on poignancy and understatement.(6) Because of his size he used a piccolo (which is a smaller version of the flute) so that his fingers could press all of the keys.(7) It has developed into a full flute choir incorporating the entire flute range from piccolo to bass.(8) The first flutist must make quick changes between flute and piccolo .(9) The flautist had four different flutes, from a piccolo to a bass flute with a curly bell at the end (lie a sax does).(10) She played saxophone, trumpet, French horn, flute, piano, piccolo , guitar and probably a number of other instruments that the rest of the group didn't know about it.(11) This flute has its own piccolo , usually in E, an alto, and a tenor in B, a tone below the concert flute.(12) Nor is it all normal trumpets: this CD boasts piccolo trumpets, bass trumpets, cornets and flugelhorns, as well as a smattering of percussion.(13) Alicia was honored and put her piccolo in the small compartment in her flute case.(14) The group, composed of four brilliant and accomplished musicians playing the guitar, mandolin, bagpipe, piccolo and violin, will bring their highly original sound to the stage.(15) Two string quartets are utilized, as are a pair of French horns, piccolo , bassoon, basset horn, oboe and instruments usually associated with jazz.(16) Rising and falling intensity displays a wide range of instrumentation from soft woodwind to loud drumming against the brass and a shrill flute or piccolo , as well as horn calls.
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