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Does playing two keyboards at the same time substitute a grand piano?

Does playing two keyboards at the same time substitute a grand piano?

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Asked by M. Krasinski, Last updated: Jul 29, 2020

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F. Ray

F. Ray, Student, Kansas City

Answered Aug 10, 2018

This is a bit of an odd question and I’m not sure I understand what is being asked. Most grand pianos have 88 keys, spanning 7 and 1/3 octaves. Keyboards with 76 keys are available for purchase and these span about 6 1/3 octaves.

Therefore, there would be no reason to have to play two keyboards, as long as you’re playing one with 88 keys. If you’re playing on a keyboard with 76 keys, chances are you won’t miss the bass and treble octaves because they are located at the far left and far right of the piano.

 

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