Definition of Piano damper
1. Noun. Damper consisting of a small felted block that drops onto a piano string to stop its vibration.
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Literary usage of Piano damper
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1. Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of by Louis Charles Elson (1905)
"The piano damper- pedal is often miscalled the loud pedal, but it should be used for its sustaining effect and not for loudness. ..."
2. The Pianoforte and Its Acoustic Properties by Siegfried Hansing (1904)
"The wool of these sheep, being possessed of less elastic power and not so well adapted for felting, is specially well adapted for piano damper felt. ..."