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Piano

Billy Joel Fan Accompaniment

Billy Joel Fan Accompaniment

Billy Joel isn’t exactly au courant, but we have to hand it to the Piano Man for granting the request of a Vanderbilt University student to accompany him for his favorite song New York State of Mind.

David Tolley Plays for Johnny

David Tolley Plays for Johnny

A classic moment from The Tonight Show in which a classical pianist canceled at the last minute, and Johnny asks an audience volunteer to fill in. Good thing pianist David Tolley was there to help out.

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Hauschka

Hauschka

This clip of German composer Hauschka improvising on NPR isn’t new, but the sound he makes by outfitting piano strings and mallets with objects like bottle caps and ping-pong balls is still fascinating.

Blind Pianist Plays Dubstep

Blind Pianist Plays Dubstep

Blind since infancy, 15 year-old Kuha’o has only been playing piano for 3 years but can already learn songs after hearing them once. Check out his interpretation of Freestylers’ Cracks at 5:45.

Doggie Piano Duet

Doggie Piano Duet

While they have a way to go before Carnegie Hall, we’re still impressed that these two dogs can play the proper notes on their custom doggie piano keyboard. Plus, way more skills than this guy.

Don Cherry’s Piano Desk

Don Cherry’s Piano Desk

We thought these sportscasters were here to tell us about the latest Canadian hockey scores, but they really just wanted us to listen to their song. They should consider adding a dog to their act.

Piano Apprentice

Piano Apprentice

Regret having quit piano in the 5th grade? Grab the free learning app and ION Audio’s Piano Apprentice and pick up where you left off – it turns an iPad and portable keys into a traveling music teacher.

Korg microPIANO

Korg microPIANO

A portable electronic piano made to look like a grand piano. You even have to open the lid to expose its speakers. Has 61 keys, 61 sounds and 25 phrases. Also available with a red lid finish.

Resistance: Classical Cover

Resistance: Classical Cover

Musician Jason Yang takes on Muse’s anthem Resistance on piano and electric violin. It gets a little nuts around 3:33, but an epic space-rock solo makes perfect sense in a Muse song.

Backwards Piano

Backwards Piano

Evan Petrone has a genetic disorder which gives him loose ligaments and hypermobile joints. It also lets him play the piano like a boss. He misses a few notes, but we’d like to see you try this.

Piano House

Piano House

Built to encourage development in Huainan City, China, this unusual structure derives its shape from a grand piano, accompanied by a violin entryway and staircase. Google Earthers, check this out.

Whaletone Grand Piano

Whaletone Grand Piano

We wouldn’t usually use the word “Epic” to describe a grand piano, but Robert Majkut’s Roland-powered digital grand piano, inspired by the beauty of the sea-faring mammals is truly deserving of the word.

Audi Bosendorfer Grand

Audi Bosendorfer Grand

Only a car company would put a spoiler on a piano; the Audi Bosendorfer Grand features a sweeping “design wing”, solid aluminum pedal lyres and a hydraulically damped lid.

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Airpiano

Airpiano

Playing air guitar might look cooler, but Omer Yosha’s Airpiano actually works; it’s a virtual matrix of keys and faders triggered by hand movement, all thanks to arduino-driven sensors.

Baby Grand Master

Baby Grand Master

With three LCD monitors, four subwoofers, three tweeters and an 1100W amplifier crammed into a piano, Gardner Post’s Baby Grand Master may be a bastard, but it’s a sexy bastard.

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