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Well, with deeper bass, but it can handle also the softer notes, according to those who had a chance to play it. The 6-meter-long piano was built by the New Zelander piano builder Adrian Mann, 28, as a “gigantic experiment”, as he said, but the outcome is more interesting than expected. “With this piano, there is an extra level of depth and resonance again because the piano wires are more than 20ft long,” Mann explained to the Guardian.
“There w...

It might be a revolutionary idea for the world of music: a piano that enable musicians to alter the tuning while playing.
Its name is Fluid Piano and it was invented in 2009 by the British composer Geoffrey Smith. The instrument looks like a typical acoustic piano, but has a system of sliders that enable pianists both to alter each note individually and separately by precise Microtonal intervals per note and to radically change the tuning.
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The world-famous Italian cellist Giovanni Sollima will cross Italy in his upcoming tour “N-ice Cello Giovanni Sollima Tour”, playing a cello made of ice.
The instrument was made by the American artist Tim Linhart, who during the last 20 years crafted many instrument and even a concert hall made of ice, where his instruments (including guitars, xylophones, winds and strings) can be played without melting.
“The first time – said Linhar – I was so...

Musicians and artists may see failure as a constant fear. Those who have a creative job inevitably meet failure, sooner or later. The main problem is not to fail, but the understanding of failure most of our cultures have: a source of shame, delusion and sometimes depression. A misconception that discourage many people from pursuing innovative ideas. To fight this idea of failure the psychologist Samuel West funded in Helsingborg, Sweden, the Mus...