For twelve days pianos of all shapes and sizes were sprinkled through a verdant paradise as players with diverse repertoire from jazz to Classical serenaded clusters of listeners and a large brood of Canadian Geese. Nature’s backdrop was irresistible.
This white grand was a challenge to navigate with its stiff, moisture-filled action, though some players managed quite well with pop tune offerings.
I had less problems with this Storey and Clark, though a few sticking notes were the ruination of Fur Elise.
These steps led to still another piano.
I returned for an encore before heading home.