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Fife vs. Piccolo

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Fifenoun

A small shrill pipe, resembling the piccolo flute, used chiefly to accompany the drum in military music

Piccolonoun

A waiter's assistant in a hotel or restaurant.

Fifeverb

To play this instrument.

Piccolonoun

A bottle of champagne containing 0.1875 litres of fluid, 4 the volume of a standard bottle; a quarter bottle or snipe.

Fifenoun

A small shrill pipe, resembling the piccolo flute, used chiefly to accompany the drum in military music.

Piccolonoun

(musical instruments) A musical instrument similar to a flute, but smaller and playing an octave higher.

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Fifeverb

To play on a fife.

Piccolonoun

A small, shrill flute, the pitch of which is an octave higher than the ordinary flute; an octave flute.

Fifenoun

a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo; has a shrill tone and is used chiefly to accompany drums in a marching band

Piccolonoun

A small upright piano.

Fife

Fife (, Scottish English: [fɐi̯f]; Scottish Gaelic: Fìobha, IPA: [fiːvə]; Scots: Fife) is a council area, historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area of Scotland. It is situated between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth, with inland boundaries with Perth and Kinross (i.e.

Piccolonoun

An organ stop, with a high, piercing tone.

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Piccolonoun

a small flute; pitched an octave above the standard flute

Piccolo

The piccolo (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpikkolo]; Italian for ) is a half-size flute, and a member of the woodwind family of musical instruments. The modern piccolo has most of the same fingerings as its larger sibling, the standard transverse flute, but the sound it produces is an octave higher than written.

‘small’;

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