Total Eclipse

Wednesday, 04 October 2017 by

“I had the privilege on August 21, 2017 to witness one of the most spectacular things I have ever seen, the TOTAL Eclipse of the sun….That’s what happens to me when I play music, totally focused. My reality changes, everything looks different, feels different and sounds different. Time stands still. Everything else melts away.”

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The King of Instruments

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 by

The King of Instruments Who’s “the King”?  Many think of Elvis, but in the world of musical instruments, it’s your piano. Why is that? There are a bunch reasons behind this assumption. The piano has the widest range of tones extending from the lowest note that you can play on a double-bassoon to the highest

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Piano Stairs

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 by

Piano Stairs: If only things like this could happen on a daily basis. Recently stumbled upon a video put together by a group in Sweden, who transformed a regular old set of cement stairs into a piano. The ‘experiment’ itself was in relation to something called “the fun theory,” where the idea was to create

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Buying a used piano

Wednesday, 23 September 2015 by

The good news is that there are more quality used pianos for sale now than at anytime in my 34 years of experience. The bad news is that mahy used pianos belong in the dump.  See Pianos in the dump New York Times Craigslist is a great source for local used pianos. Craigslist NJ  Click on either

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Where should I put the piano?

Wednesday, 23 September 2015 by

The piano is mostly made of wood. Severe changes in humidity and temperature will cause the piano to lose it’s tuning quickly. Pianos are best placed on an inside wall, away from windows, doors, heat registers, radiators, and fireplaces. Direct sunlight is harmful to the wood and finish.

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