As for the piano, the faster her fingers flew over it, the more he marveled. She struck the keys with aplomb and ran from one end of the keyboard to the other without a stop.”
A colossal bore? I feel I could write something like it tomorrow, if my cat inspired me by walking over the Piano. See Gounod 365:26.1861Of Wagner's opera Tannha« user, after the disastrous premi e' re of its revised version at the Paris Ope ra,13 Mar. Quoted in Joanna Richardson La Vie Parisienne (1971), p.262.
You can play the Piano with the white keys only or you can play it with only the black keys. But for harmony you must use the black and the white keys.On the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), December 2007 
Poetry is a bad medium for philosophy. Everything in the philosophical poem has to satisfy irreconcilable requirements: for instance, the last demand that we should make of philosophy (that it be interesting) is the first we make of a poem; the philosophical poet has an elevated and methodical, but forlorn and absurd air as he works away at his flying tank, his sewing-machine that also plays the Piano.Randall Jarrell
I phoned Prince out of the blue, hummed a melody, and he listened," ... "I hung up, and he came over within the hour. He listened again, and I said, 'Do you hate it?' He said, 'No,' and walked over to the synthesizers that were set up, was absolutely brilliant for about twenty five minutes, and then left. He was so uncanny, so wild, he spoiled me for every band I've ever had because nobody can exactly re-create not even with two Piano players-what Prince did all by his little self.stevie nicks
I was a strange, loud little kid who could sit at the Piano and kill a Beethoven piece.Lady Gaga, interview with Vogue's Jonathan Van Meter, 2011.
The object of the Piano is to substitute one performer for a whole orchestra.William Dean Howells, in Modern Italian Poets (1866), Volume 1, p. 373
Life is like a Piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.Tom Lehrer, as quoted in Quotes about Life and Living, p. 45
Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony Side by side on my Piano keyboard, oh lord why don't we?Paul McCartney, song Ebony And Ivory (1982).
The Piano ain't got no wrong notes.Thelonious Monk, in response to a guest expert who said he, Monk, created extraordinary music, in spite of "playing the wrong notes on the piano" (March 1976), as quoted in Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original (Kelley, 2009), p. 444