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Piano Tuner, York on Mice, Rats, Moths and Cats (Video, part 2)

In this part two follow-up to York’s World War II Memoir, the seasoned piano tuner relaxes into his emblematic animated conversation, telling the world how to eradicate mice, rats, and moths from pianos. Oldsters watching better have a fresh pair of Depends, because York lets loose with some mighty over the top, funny lines.

Throw in a cat under the lid story, and you’re in for an unforgettable treat.

Finally, listen carefully to York’s concluding remarks, as he becomes philosopher and sage all in one. Live to the fullest, he says, and never stop learning! At 84, he’s gotta right to tell the rest of us how it’s done!

We close with York’s favorite song, “Waltzing Matilda” with a montage of photos rolling by. Be prepared to shed some tears. I did.

Enjoy!

https://arioso7.wordpress.com/2011/01/05/mr-york-in-his-own-voice-a-musical-ww-ii-memoir/

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