Take any piano. Any kind of make or model or kind you can think of. It can be just a small, lightweight keyboard a great instrument, by the way, if you want to learn how to play the piano. Or it can be the grandest one of them all. The grand piano. An instrument you only see in shows on TV or live shows in the famous concert halls of Boston or Manhattan, New York.
Does Carnegie Hall ring any bells? Of course it does. It must be true that many an aspirant pianist, aspirant in the sense that he or she will be taking musical crafts to another level, so much so that it has to be heard on the grandest stage of them all.
Pianos it does not matter what kind of make or model you are discussing has a number of key features, aside of its ebony and ivory keys. The piano store boston salesman must have had many pianists walk through the shop door from the city’s main street. And he has heard them all. Great tales regaling their last round of musical experiences.
Many of them have never made it further than a downstairs pub’s stage. But more than likely not at that famous pub, so famous it played out in TV for many years. Those folks didn’t seem too interested in music other than listening to themselves sing into their beer and wine glasses. Muzo’s will go with the flow.
They will find a chair somewhere where they can draw an audience. Piano, guitar, trumpet, it matters not which instrument, there is no finer appreciation for the musician. All he or she wants is to be heard and appreciated and share the love of the music being played.