Definition of pianistically in English:

pianistically

adverb

  • See pianism

    • ‘Where Janácek is pianistically sparse, Smetana imbues his piano works with the expansive palette of his orchestral works, a broad chromatic syntax flowing with panache.’
    • ‘Even the less gifted are extremely strong pianistically.’
    • ‘As a result, there is a disappointing lack of attention to contrapuntal interchange and some inconsistent stemming of chordal textures, making the arrangements more difficult to read initially and sometimes awkward pianistically.’
    • ‘It was pianistically challenging to create the required intensity and expressionism, and thus colour and line were of utmost importance, as also an improvisatory element.’

Pronunciation

pianistically

/ˌpɪəˈnɪstɪk(ə)li/