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Waka Hasegawa 16 Jun 17
The Stingle piano is going out &I my is coming in! So excited:-)
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Euromusic 6 Apr 15
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Askonas Holt 10 Feb 11
RT : Photographing Imogen Cooper playing amazing piano for the tonight (ht… (cont) http://deck.ly/~o3G44
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Iiro Rantala 24 Oct 14
With piano You're bound to try weird positions.....
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Rags & Riches Piano Polishers Aug 21
Today’s task was repairing this upright piano.
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NINO SIRAGUSA Oct 8
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Josefs Pianos 13 Oct 16
We have a second hand Model IV cabinet in the shop! This is a find in this condition only 8 years old
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Kurtis Pilkington Sep 14
We’ve all heard of organ transplants but would you get a poop transplant? Research suggests that stool transplants may be the key to curing antibacterial resistant C. difficile infections.
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Josefs Pianos 20 Oct 16
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Mark McKeown 29 Jun 16
Had myself a pleasant morning at work!
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Lola G. 24 Dec 13
I love my Rieger-Kloss - upright -> always there for me for my & song
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Piano Restorations Jul 8
Late shift tonight but this beautiful Petrof is now ready for stringing, Phil Barton’s brilliant new soundboard and plank will transform this piano back to its former glory !
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Elizabeth Zharoff 16 May 18
3 things never cease to me: and my
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Sabina Doležalová 3 Mar 13
Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.
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Blink Music Studios 29 Nov 13
peak into the studio. A grand piano, an extensive drum collection, and high-end audio equipment is shown here
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En Vogue 14 Jun 15
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Coach House Pianos 15 Aug 16
Stunning used C2002 Petrof piano just arrived at coach house! A wonderful European built piano
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Ronan Scolard 25 Jul 16
Home sweet home - it's been a while 🎹📝
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Jan Kratochvíl 2 Jan 15
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Natalie Perrin Sep 19
So self-driving cars are pretty crazy, but so is discovering that people with Clostridium difficile infection can be aided by infusing donor's stool (poo!) into their intestine; it helps achieve a normal bacterial content in the gut!
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