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Do you have a budding little pianist at home who loves to play the piano? Are you looking to further her interest in the piano by giving her some piano coloring pages? If you said yes, then you have landed at the right page.

The piano is one of the oldest musical instruments, and it dates back to 300 years. It is a versatile musical instrument. You can play multiple lines of notes at the same time on a piano. There are two main categories of the piano- vertical and horizontal. Pianos come in a plethora of styles, shapes, designs and sizes. So, let’s help your little angel learn more about the different types of pianos through our coloring pages below!

10 Beautiful Piano Coloring Pages:

1. Beethoven Playing Piano:

Do you have a budding Beethoven at home? Then this piano coloring page is sure to appeal him. Beethoven is one of the most renowned pianists and composers of all time. He was a crucial figure in Western art music during the Classical and the Romantic era. Beethoven is still one of the most influential composers of all time.

2. Spinet Piano:

Here’s a coloring image of a spinet piano. A spinet piano is the smallest of all the vertical pianos. It is just 36 to 38 inches long and around 58 inches wide. Given its size, the spinet piano is a popular choice for artists who live in small spaces.

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3. Console Piano:

Here’s a console piano coloring sheet. It looks quite similar to a spinet piano, but the music it produces is quite different. And it is also slightly larger than the spinet piano. The length of console pianos is 41 to 43 inches and the width is around 58 inches. It is available in various finishes and styles.

4. Petite Grand Piano:

Here is a realistic coloring page of an upright petite grand piano. The petite grand is the smallest of all the horizontal pianos. It is 4 feet and 10 inches long and comes encased in a supportable platform. The petite grand piano might be small, but is quite powerful.

5. Electronic Keyboard:

The electronic keyboard is a delightful instrument. But it needs some color to shine at its best. Can your child help fill the piano color page with some color? An electric piano is one of the most affordable pianos. It is great for amateurs and beginners. A standard piano has 88 keys, but an electronic keyboard has just 44 to 54 keys. Enjoy coloring the keyboard with your family and talk to him about the electronic keyboard.

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6. Baby Grand:

A baby grand is one of the most popular choices of pianos. It is a smaller version of a grand piano. It is around 5 feet 6 inches tall. Baby grand pianos have an 88 key setup, but have a small soundboard. So it’s not as loud as the grand piano. Baby grand pianos are popular amongst the music lovers because of their affordability, appeal, and aesthetic value.

7. Parlor Grand:

Here is a fun piano coloring page of Parlor Grand for kids who are beginning to learn the instrument. The Parlor Grand piano ranges from 5 feet 8 inches to 6 feet 1 inches in length. It is the largest and one of the most expensive pianos.

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8. Studio Piano:

A studio piano is the one that you will mostly find in school and music classes. The height of the studio piano is around 48 inches and width is around 58 inches. The studio piano produces a rhythmic tone quality because of its longer strings and large soundboard. And it’s quite durable.

9. Santa Playing Piano With His Reindeer:

The coloring page shows Santa playing on the piano in the presence of his pet reindeer. Looks like Santa is preparing for the Christmas carols. What do you think? His pet reindeer seems pleased with the music Santa is playing. As your child colors, discuss the kind of music that the piano has been making over the years.

10. Hello Kitty Playing Piano:

The piano pictures to color is adorable. The diagram shows Hello Kitty playing on the piano and her family appreciating her music. The coloring page highlights family ties. Hello Kitty is one of the most popular animated characters of all time. She is a white, bobtailed cat who always wears a red bow on her head.

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Your child will enjoy learning about the different types of pianos while filling the diagrams with colors. He will also get a reading comprehension in the process.

Your tot can color these pages online or can print it out to color with his coloring sets. Which of these pianos does your child enjoy playing the most?

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