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🎹Musical Keyboard

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Meaning of 🎹 Musical Keyboard Emoji

Musical Keyboard — it is a part of the piano with black and white notes. It can be a part of a normal piano or grand piano that you can see in Carnegie Hall. Or it can be the part of a modern instrument synthesizer.

So, technically, this emoji is used when somebody wants to show that he/she can play the piano. To add some ‘atmosphere’ to the message you can use the Musical ⌨️ Keyboard with 🎶 Musical Notes and some romantic emoji such as ⭐ Stars, ❤️ Heart and etc. But anyway, in more general usage Musical Keyboard is the sign for piano or Musical Notes.

Examples of 🎹 Musical Keyboard Emoji using

Popular phrases with 🎹 Musical Keyboard Emoji to use in messengers and the web:

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Combinations with 🎹 Musical Keyboard Emoji

Combinations are just a bunch of emojis placed together, like this: 🎶🎹✨🎸🎵 . You can use combos to make riddles or messages without words.

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— A band
— Music
— Concert
— Davy Jones
— Jazz Hands
— Electric Piano
— Rock Music
— Keyboard instrument
— The Pianist
— The way he plays…
— Davy Jones
— Play With Fire
— The Pianist
— Who's playing today?
— Yamaha
— Synth

Relevant kaomoji

Kaomoji are popular in Japan for sharing emotions and situations using Japanese grammar, punctuation, and characters. Like this: ♬♫♪◖(●_●)◗♪♫♬ ! To impress your friends, you can use this creative style in messengers and the web.

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🎹 Musical Keyboard Emoji look across different devices

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General information about 🎹 Musical Keyboard Emoji

Full name 🎹 Musical Keyboard
Category 📙 Objects
Subcategory 🎷 Musical Instrument
How to type shortcode


Unicode (fully-qualified) 🎹 U+1F3B9
Unicode version Unicode 6.0 (2010)
Listed in Emoji Version 1.0