BABY GRAND PIANOS FOR SALE. HAWAIIAN BABY WOODROSE PREPARATION
Baby Grand Pianos For Sale
- (Grand piano) The piano is a musical instrument played by means of a keyboard. It is widely known as one of the most popular instruments in the world.
- A large, full-toned piano that has the body, strings, and soundboard arranged horizontally and in line with the keys and is supported by three legs
- (Grand Piano (Narada Anniversary Collection)) Grand Piano is a 1997 compilation release by Narada. It peaked at #10 on Billboard's Top New Age album charts in the same year.
- (grand piano) a piano with the strings on a horizontal harp-shaped frame; usually supported by three legs
- For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.
- For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.
- The youngest member of a family or group
- pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
- a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
- A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
- the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
- A young or newly born animal
Now available in paperback, the critically acclaimed, “lyrical, analytical, yet deeply affecting” (The Washington Post) memoir about one woman’s obsessive search for the perfect piano— and about finding and pursu- ing passion at any age.
The daughter of a pro- fessional musician, Perri Knize was raised in a home saturated in classical music, but it wasn’t until adult- hood that she returned to the one instrument that mesmer- ized her most: the piano. When, in her forties, Perri decides to buy a piano of her own, she begins by searching for a modestly priced upright, but falls madly, illogically, in love with a rare German grand she discovers in a New York showroom. After a long dalliance, Knize refinances her house to purchase her piano and has the instru- ment shipped to Montana. But when it arrives, the magical sound that enthralled her is gone, and the tone is dead and dull. One piano tuner after another arrives to fix it, but no one can.
Knize sets out on an epic journey to restore the instru- ment to its rightful sound and to understand its elusive power. This quest leads her into an international subculture of piano aficionados, all intrigu- ing and eccentric characters— concert artists, dealers, tech- nicians, composers, designers, and builders—whose lives have been transformed by the spell of a piano. She even hikes into the Austrian Alps to learn how the special trees used to build her piano are grown and harvested.
Beautifully composed, passionately told, Grand Obsession is itself a musical masterpiece— and will resonate with anyone who has ever expe- rienced deeply passionate desire.
Entire quote for the scene outside the bed and breakfast; “Suddenly in a downstairs window that was brilliantly illuminated by a street lamp not six yards away Billy caught sight of a printed notice propped up against the glass in one of the upper panes. It said ‘Bed and Breakfast’ There was a vase of yellow chrysanthemums, tall and beautiful, standing just underneath the notice. He stopped walking he moved a bit closer green curtains (some sort of velvety material) were hanging either side of the window. The chrysanthemums looked wonderful beside them. He went right up and peered through the glass into the room, and the first thing he saw was a brilliant fire burning in the hearth, on the carpet in front of the fire, a pretty little dachshund was curled asleep with his nose tucked into his belly. The room itself so far as he could see in the half-darkness was filled with pleasant furniture. There was a baby grand piano and a big sofa with several plump armchairs and in one corner he spotted a large parrot cage.
Set in 1946, April ‘snow clouds’ bitter.
•Filthy black coat.
•‘Huddled up like a hedgehog’ hunchback?
•‘Only his eyes and the top of his head were visible above the turned up collar.’
•Spot or cover – the painting by Chaim Soutine ‘it was a landscape, a lump of trees leaning madly over to one side as if blown by a tremendous wind, the sky twisting and turning all around.’
•Drioli’s eyes bloodshot from painstaking work tattooing (research 1920s tattoos).
•His wife is Jocie (was Jocie) killed by Germans.
•He is decrepit, poor and tattered.
‘Very broad and high cheeked, with a wide coarse nose. The broadness of the cheeks was accentuated by the ears which stuck out sharply from the head and then he had the narrow eyes. The black hair, the thick sullen mouth of a Kalmuck, but the hands, the hands were always a surprise, so small and white like a ladies, with tiny little fingers.’
‘His whole back was a blaze of colour gold and green and blue and black and scarlet” and “it contained much of that twisted tortured quality so characteristic with Soutine’s work, it was not a good likeness rather a mood, the woman’s face vague and tipsy, the background curling around in a mass of dark green curling strokes’ front cover illustration of Jocie, the tattoo on his back.
‘the speaker wore a black morning coat, he was plump and short and had a very whiteface, it was a flabby face, with so much flesh upon it that the cheeks hung down on either side of the mouth in two fleshy dollops, spaniel wise’ spot illustration.
‘it wasn’t more than a few weeks later that a picture by Soutine, of a woman’s head, painted in an unusual manner, nicely framed and heavily varnished turned up for sale’ final spot.
Spot illustration concept.
I would possibly need to make the picture vaguer, considering his painting style. Also wouldn’t work too well considering the painting is highly coloured and the spot will be black and white.
Dip in the pool, not a lot happens…
Set on a ship so far, old peoples cruise? Toffs, auction at sea.
Mrs Renshaw, the ‘poser’, small fat and red American.
•‘just a shirt, a pair of shorts and tennis shoes’ spot illustration.
•‘his small body was wide at the sides tapering upwards to extremely harrow sloping shoulders. So that it resembled in shape at any rate a bollard’
•‘His white skinny legs covered with black hairs.’
‘An elderly woman with thick ankles and immense buttocks.’
Spot illustration of William in his tennis finest, I don’t really know where to go with this story. The visual commentary throughout is slightly lacking making it hard to develop ideas.
Baby Grand Room
A bunch of baby grands on display for sale. Some were all teched out as player pianos -- you just loaded up a song via floppy or usb and the piano would play itself.
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