- ce·les·ta (s -l s t ) also ce·leste (-l st ). n. A musical instrument with a keyboard and metal plates struck by hammers that produce bell-like tones.
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- Celesta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The celesta or celeste is a struck idiophone operated by a keyboard.
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- Feb 10, 2009 The celesta (pronounced /səˈlɛstə/) or celeste (pronounced /səˈlɛst/) is a struck idiophone operated by a keyboard.
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- celesta (musical instrument) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- celesta (musical instrument), orchestral percussion instrument resembling a small upright piano, patented by a Parisian, Auguste Mustel, in 1886.
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