Piano Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle to the inside of an upright piano. The mechanisms and strings of the piano are exposed.

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fiestyolelady
Apr 20, 2015
The kids & I use to put paper behind these to make a drum sound.
micki
Oct 4, 2015
Quite clever. Would like to hear what that sounds like someday.
ohmiss
Jul 31, 2017
And if you want a honky tonk saloon sound you can put thumbtacks in the felts where they hit the strings. Neat sound.
aussiesapphire
Sep 8, 2014
First job I ever had was with a music company and I bought a very old upright piano from them at the grand cost of about $180, a lot of money in 1957. Always wanted to learn but my parents didn't think I was serious enough so would not put out the expense. The inside looked just like our jigsaw for tonight so brought back a lot of memories.

"Prayer is when you talk to God. Meditation is when you're listening. Playing the piano allows you to do both at the same time." Kelsey Grammer

Lovely quote.

"Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it." Tom Lehrer

"Did you hear about the pianist who kept banging his head against the keys? He was playing by ear." lol

On the mend ptl but my poor husband is not doing so well. It is our second anniversary today (8 September) and we went out for lunch and it was a lovely day.

God bless you all, take care and love one another. Hugs.
malko
Sep 8, 2014
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO YOU BOTH! May God Almighty fill your winter years with lots of sunshine, love and hugs!
JoyceRogers
Sep 8, 2014
Aussiesapphire, I always enjoy your postings! This one brings up a lot of memories for me...

My parents bought a piano when I was a Senior in High School. I loved music and wanted to learn to play, but I was too busy with school and church activities to take lessons. My Mom showed me which notes were what on the piano, and I could read music from playing the flute, but only one note at a time and only treble clef! To play the piano, I had to memorize each of the notes in the chord instead of reading the sheet music all at once. I wanted to play like my Mom could, so I memorized Mozart's Moonlight Sonata, one note at a time! I would play it for hours - it relaxed me. Unfortunately, it was the only song I could play! (Besides Chop Sticks! ) After I left for college, and then got married, I was too busy to play, and eventually forgot even that song...bummer. But I still love listening to others play the piano, especially classical music. I just melt into the music and feel closer to Mom and know that she is sitting at the feet of Jesus and listening to the same music!

My husband and I are coming up on our 42nd anniversary, but both of us are still semi-crippled from all the surgeries we've had in the last year. So unless our physical therapy starts working better, we probably won't do anything special for the anniversary. We'll probably ask our kids and grandkids over and just enjoy their company as a celebration. I'm so blessed that they live nearby!

God bless and have a wonderful day!
cindyj28
Sep 8, 2014
God's blessing on your 2 year anniversary. That is just awesome. and thankfully you both are doing better.
mamag15
Sep 8, 2014
Happy Anniversary to you both.
philipcb
Sep 8, 2014
Hope you will both feel better soon
GOD BLESS ALL
PRAY FOR ALL
PRAY FOR PEACE
toadalove
Sep 8, 2014
Best wishes to the 2 of you!
aussiesapphire
Sep 8, 2014
Malko - thank you for that beautiful blessing.
Cindy, mamag and Philip - Thank you all as well.
Joycerogers - this site is such a joy not only for the great puzzles we are presented with each day, but for the stories we can share on here. That was beautiful about the music and sorry about all the surgery you have had to endure. How wonderful you have had 42 years together!! We won't make it that long lol as I will be 74 on Friday, but we have been blessed with two wonderful years and we are going to enjoy whatever time God gives us together.
A group hug to everyone on here and especially to Kevin and the team. Thank you so much for giving us so much joy in the puzzles and in the sharing.
pixipixil
Sep 8, 2014
Although I already said it I'll say it again--Happy Anniversary to you and hubby, Aussie. Maybe you should take him to the doctor b4 things get out of hand. As I said the my doc gave me a z-pack and had me take my own choice of antihystamine. It really helped eventhough I still have a cough. Another thing you can do which always helped me is buy tincture of camphor. Fill aan empty prescription bottle (plastic with a cap type) two thirds full of petroleum jelly and add about a quarter inch of camphor tincture. Now find a small, microwaveable glass jar and fill that three quarters full anf microwave until hot but not boiling. Put the capped prescription bottle in the jar of water until the petrolatum liquifies then dip in a cotton boll that is ear sized so one side is wet but squeeze off any extra on the lip of the pill bottle. Now put one in each ear and sleep that way. It keeps the germs from establishing themselves in your ear then creeping back into yur throat.
pixipixil
Sep 8, 2014
Happy anniversary JoyceRogers and hubby. We just passed our 43rd in August. haven't celebrated yet because I was still sick and now he's back at work but we plan to eventually.
The Moonlight Sonata I know is Beethoven. That's quite an accomplishment to have learned it. Congratulations.
JoyceRogers
Sep 8, 2014
You are SO right! It is Beethoven. I guess I've forgotten more than just how to play the song! lol!
dbnc2
Sep 8, 2014
Did you ever learn to play?
i wanted to learn so bad but never had the chance
kjd3682
Sep 9, 2014
My sister plays piano beautifully, she definitely has a gift. When we were kids, I said I wanted to learn too, so mom took me to the same teacher my sister had...I was 'fired' after just a few lessons cuz I wouldn't practice! Now, 45 years later, wish I'd stuck with it! I love listening to her! And to add some trivia, the house we grew up in had an upright in the dining room. After my sister got married, she took the piano with her. It's back in it's old spot now, as my sister's daughter bought the house, and brought the piano back. I think it's happy back in it's old home! But don't worry about my sister, she now has a lovely grand piano!!
ohmiss
Jul 31, 2017
FYI it's Beethoven "Moonlight Sonata, " not Mozart.
jone1
May 10, 2016
Oh boy this piano has lots of mileage. That mean this piano was almost 100 year old.
aknan
Sep 8, 2014
This is so similar to my antique upright concert grand piano! It's the 509th piano made by Wing & Sons in 1910, was purchased by my grandmother for $300 in 1910 and shipped from New York City by steamship to New Orleans. From there, it went by paddlewheeler to Eldorado, Arkansas and by mule-drawn wagon to the "plantation". In 1947, it was moved by a Willis Knight pickup truck to Jacksonville, Arkansas and in 1976, I moved it by U-Haul to Kansas City. In '77, it moved to Denver, in 81 to Baggs, WY and in 1983, to Alaska. It has 5 pedals and a lovely tone. I'm a concert-trained pianist and play about 3 hours daily, just for pleasure. Thanks, C4J folks!
JoyceRogers
Sep 8, 2014
That's quite a history! It's wonderful that you can trace the piano's roots and that it has remained in your family all this time! I sure wish I could hear you play...and I'd love to travel to Alaska to hear it!!
aknan
Sep 9, 2014
Joyce, I still have all the original documents - bill of lading, shipping, sale, etc. My grandmother picked and sold cotton to buy this piano. It has a full ivory and ebony keyboard and the pedals are clad in silver. I love it dearly, especially since my grandmother died in 1968 at 88 years of age!
JoyceRogers
Sep 9, 2014
That is awesome! It sounds like you have taken great care of it. I have several antiques that have been passed down to me (not the piano - it was sold off by a step-mother who didn't care to ask if anyone wanted it) and they mean the world to me. Did you have any problems with the sound board with moving it from climate to climate? I once bought an old piano (cheaply) that had been moved from sea level to Denver, and when the piano tuner tried to tune it the first time, the sound board cracked and split from the top of the piano. It was unusable and we had to pay someone to come haul it away! Lesson learned!
aknan
Sep 16, 2014
Joyce, I let the piano sit three months in Kansas City before tuning it and 6 in Denver, as the climate there is so dry in comparison. No problems in WY or AK - much easier to go from a dry climate to a damp one the the other way. I do have a Damp Chaser installed in the piano to keep both the temperature and humidity more stable. Not expensive and definitely worth it - tuning lasts a lot longer! Sound board is in great shape, but I do need to have a little work done on the action now. Shoot, if I was over 100 years old, I'd need a little work, too!
ParsonWayne
Jan 24, 2016
I have a son in Kotzebue, Alaska.
robert0199
Apr 14, 2015
When I was around ten we had an upright in the sun room that mother played and I took lessons for a while but found that my sense of timing and lack of dexterity precluded from playing well. I gave it up but still sing in church and sang in high school and college choirs.
SANTACLAUS
Sep 20, 2014
Wow I found this a tough one but enjoyed the challenge, one would have never thought of doing a jigsaw of the keys in a piano, love to tap some of these keys out, I like most of people was taught this one(can you wash your fathers shirt etc: and chopsticks, used have my fingers taped with the ruler for not playing the things I should have, School days, what a joy they were. Thank you team for this one.
tshepherd24
Sep 20, 2014
This is such a nice looking piano. Beautiful colors too.
Glenelle
Sep 15, 2014
One of my favourite instruments. I so enjoy playing mine.
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