Intermission: Here's What Happens When a Piano Is Abandoned on the Streets of Manhattan Intermission: Here's What Happens When a Piano Is Abandoned on the Streets of Manhattan
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Intermission: Here's What Happens When a Piano Is Abandoned on the Streets of Manhattan

by Pete(r) Karinen

December 14, 2012

The sight of a lone piano on the sidewalk can be both sad and beautiful. So when Anthony Sherin of the New York Times noticed that someone had left a piano in front of his apartment, he decided to document what happened to it.

Have an instrument lying around that you never play? Don't throw it out, go HERE to donate it to a child to support music education.
 

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Intermission: Here's What Happens When a Piano Is Abandoned on the Streets of Manhattan