piccolo was diagnosed with cancer in 1969 at the age of 25 and died less than a year later.
If you don't, make one up for yourself and call it 'The Isle of piccolo,' or something of that sort.
Get piccolo to hook the boat and take Pony to the reservation.
In Journalese, to perform upon a musical instrument; as, "He presided at the piccolo."
"To me it sounds like a cross between a clarinet, a flute, and a piccolo," he smiled.
Then he opened the bag, in which were sections of a flute and a piccolo.
Then suddenly the piccolo broke forth, wild, shrill, brilliant.
He almost hated the little handbag he carried, which held his flute and piccolo.
After Agatha's deep trumpet calls, he sounded like a solo on the piccolo.
The piccolo is exactly an octave higher than the flute, excepting the two lowest notes of which it is deficient.
1856, piccolo flute, from French piccolo, from Italian flauto piccolo "small flute," from piccolo "small," perhaps a children's made-up word, or from picca "point," or from Vulgar Latin root *pikk- "little," related to *piccare "to pierce" (see pike (n.2)). Other sources suggest it is from the same source as French petit (see petit (adj.)).
A small, high-pitched flute.