street piano


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street piano

n
(Instruments) another name for barrel organ
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provide areas for readings, performances, busking, screenings and a street piano.
In a film by Maureen Ni Fiann to be shown on Together channel tomorrow and on Christmas Day, teenager Jamie Manahan says she copes with depression by playing the street piano in the underpass by Herne Hill station in South London.
"The festival centres around street piano performances, with pianos being set up in locations around Liverpool.
In Mount Prospect, Karen Larock, owner of the Piano Parlor, where lessons are taught, placed a public piano outside the shop six weeks ago with this sign: "Street piano. Play me."
She also drew a crowd at London's St Pancras station when, on her way to compete in the TeenStar UK finals, she sang along to a tune played by music teacher John Rees on a street piano.
Relationships have been formed over a street piano, and proposals of marriage have even been made.
Now see this new documentary by Glenn Hanstock, focusing on the street piano busking festival.
Brooke, from Stockton, was on her way to compete in the TeenStar UK finals with her family and teacher Johnny Rees when they spotted the street piano in the station's concourse.
Created by Liverpool director Glenn Hanstock, it depicts pianists performing all genres of music in Liverpool One during the Tickle the Ivories street piano festival, which took place last summer.
Complaints stated that defendants persisted in pl aying a street piano in front of his house on the 6th, not withstanding that he asked them several times to desist.
He was largely self taught, cutting his teeth on London's street pianos, but when the public started to offer him money, he followed the official channels and became a pro busker.