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Piano Quality

Written by Nexcerpt on Tuesday, September 27th, 2011 in Patterns & News.
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The finest pianos in the world were built about a hundred years ago. Due to evolution in engineering, exhaustion of raw materials, and flagging business standards, we will never see their like again. Some people may build very good pianos; new forms of the instrument may exceed (in narrow ways) the magnificent machines built a few decades either side of the year 1900. But, from a musical perspective, there will never be a “better” piano than the typical concert grand of a century ago.

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Debra Romer Sings

Written by Nexcerpt on Thursday, December 2nd, 2010 in Life & Lessons.
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Debra Romer is herself a phenomenon — and she just created another. At five p.m. today (01 Dec 2010), she launched a Kickstarter pledge campaign to fund a new Debra Romer CD / EP. She asked pledges of $3,000, thinking she’d need sixty days to raise it. Instead, she had $8,000 in pledges by midnight… in less than seven hours.

Note: If you [Share] this on Facebook, but don’t see a thumbnail image, try sharing this short link instead: http://bit.ly/gTUr7Q That solved it for me! Some disagreement there between FB and WP; troubleshooting my WP plugins now ;-)

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