Even a piano can't avoid being mugged on the mean streets of New York12/13/2012
The battered upright piano looked mighty lonesome out there on by the sidewalk outside of filmmaker Anthony Sherin's Washington Heights home. But it didn't stay that way for long. Soon enough, curious and caring wannabe musicians stopped to plink out a note or two, alone or in pairs, young and old, poor and seemingly prosperous. For a brief moment for each of them, the curb was Carnegie Hall and they were Rubinstein or Billy Joel, and then they moved on to the more mundane part of their day. And all too soon, the music died, in a predictably human way.
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