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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by misty.sj, Mar 16, 2013.
Forever and always in the bedroom.
This is mine.............. 2 tenor horns. 2 flugels, 2 cornets, one trumpet, one ukele, one guitar, one (horrifically out of tune) piano (sounds like it should be in a ye olde wild west saloon!) and a keyboard.................... Please excuse the carpet!!!!
That is some nice music room! i would love to get my hands on all those instruments
Not housebroken, eh?
The carpet is great! Used to practice free improvisation back in the day with friends by playing what we read into carpets.
IMO it is seldom a piano (or a harpsichord) is in tune unless it has just been tuned where it sits within an hour of performance.
To be "authentic" ye olde wild west saloon piano should have a cracked sound board having been delivered on a buckboard wagon and a minimum of three bullet holes in it, each breaking the strings of a note. Too, that old mongrel dog has chewed on at least 20 ivory keys (they are bone).Forgot to say it, but the players seat is a whiskey keg. Too, the music is an excerpt from Orpheus in The Underworld by Offenbach as isn't the music of the U.S. Marine hymn. Oh yes, the double whiskey glass (lo ball) sitting to the left of the keys wasn't to collect coins, but gratuitous refills.
Finding a competent piano tech-tuner is yet another search in the night without a hand lantern (they didn't have flashlights in the old wild West era in the U.S.).
What is the name of the song the piano player attempted to play?
The sound track to Saturday Night Fever.
That would be the Infernal Galop.
uhm ---- NO -- your music room, where ALL OF THE GREAT STUFF IS TAKING SHAPE, just happens to double as a storage room --- keep the CORRECT PERSPECTIVE!!!! --
only cause you keep changing the locks!!!