We may not be able to make real lightsabers yet, but 30 years after we saw Return of the Jedi on the big screen, keyboardists everywhere are drooling because someone finally invented a piano like the one that blue elephant bandleader Max Rebo played
Perfect pitch is one of the most sought after skills that a musician can acquire, some are born with it and some learn it over time, but how jealous would you be if you found out that animals could possess this discernment as well?
Every Christmas season TSO comes to either Buffalo or Albany and every year I end up missing them, so the only way I can catch the show is on YouTube. I stumbled on this video of the ENTIRE show. If you've seen dueling pianos before, you'll appreciate this back and forth during 'Wish …
Imagine walking past a piano having a heated convo and the piano abruptly starts playing ominous music by itself to go along with your gestures, or you sit down to play chopsticks and then the piano suddenly plays the other part with you no-handed
My son Brady's ninth birthday was this past month and he's been showing a huge interest in playing piano like his dad recently, so I thought I'd get him some early audio inspiration hearkening to the Christmas Season.
Yesterday, the final piece of my new home arrived... my beloved piano! As a teacher I get this question a lot: 'How in the WORLD do you fit that thing through the door?' Well, it's quite simple and here's the deets!
It's been a quarter century since we saw Tom Hanks and Robert Loggia dance on the huge floor piano in 1988's big (Gosh they just don't make movies like this anymore) and this video popped up in my Facebook feed and I just had to share it with you!