To make sure they can read music at any time of day, the pianists specifically designed lamps used to illuminate the piano music stand without putting the light in the room. Many of these piano lamps are for upright pianos, which have higher caps. These lamps simply rest on top of the piano. However, the musicians playing pianos are holding lamps in the piano itself. Clip-on piano lamps can be operated by batteries or can be plugged into the wall. Clear lectern piano music. Place the piano lamps in the center of the top of the bracket. Turn the light so that the neck is arched forward over the keyboard.
Open the clamp at the base of the adjustable neck. Place it on top of the podium with the top end of the bracket between the sides of the clip. Snap the clip closed. Run the cable if the lamp has a behind the lectern and an outlet. If the cable risks falling within the piano, tape along the back of the stand. Using light piano will make it easier for users who like to play the piano without having to hold it.