The most incredible sounding instrument on the planet (not including
big church organs, of course)
Find a quality recording of Tori Amos's Cornflake Girl.
What a shame to see that Imperial just lying there...
Ouch! ... new meaning for a diminished chord. And another example of how it
pays to use professional piano movers.
After the flood of '01, a man, with no help but his 16 year old daughter,
took SWMBO's piano, an upright, out the front door, down one step to the
sidewalk, out to the street, and then into the back of their covered pickup
in less than three minutes, never broke a sweat, and never actually lifted
more than about 1/5th of the piano's weight ... all without benefit of a
One of the most amazing feats of engineering choreography I've ever seen ...
I still couldn't explain how they did it.
If you mean the music of Schoenber, Berg, Alban Berg, Webern, etc.
It's Twelve-tone technique, or duodacophony. The chord is a tone row.
Once the basic tone row is established, it is often permutated by
inversion and retrograde. The tone row can be started on any of the 12
notes, so there are 48 different ways to play the tone row.
I'm not sure if all 8 octaves are used.
A couple years ago I sold my 180 pound shaper. I apologized to the buyer
that I couldn't help him load it, as my back just wasn't up to it. He said
he moves them around all the time. He picked it up, carried it 25 feet and
carefully laid it in his truck. He was about 5'9"; maybe 160 pounds.
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