Thursday, February 24, 2011

Huh . . .


Not really a piano, folks, its a
"piano" . . . 

2 comments:

Print Music Department said...

Love your blog!

I work for a piano store, and we once received a piano from a church as a trade-in. There a small plaque screwed into the piano that said:
"DO NOT TOUCH
BETTY WANBURG"
We loved that sign. Did it mean Betty Wanburg didn't want you to touch the piano? And who was she to issue such a demand? Or did it mean Betty demanded her personal space when at the piano? Either way, it has become a running joke. More than one of us have considered it as a tattoo, and we tend to offer it as advice. "You know what, though? Everything will be ok as long as you don't touch Betty Wanburg..."

People are funny about their "piano"s.

Billie Whittaker said...

Thanks!

I'd love that sign, too. Apparently the church had named the piano, "Betty Wanburg". Some people name boats - I guess some people name pianos, also. I have to say, that if they wanted to inspire fear, they should have named their piano something like "Rusty Razorkeys" . . .

Just sayin'.