Today my family has a short but important meeting.
Like in every family, it’s the same in our family: “Something is going on”.
The Art to listen and to communicate in a peaceful and adequate way
is a process that can last a lifetime…
This upcoming meeting inspired me for this PianoTweet.
I saw a movie in my imagination.
a movie that shows young baby birds
growing up and learning to fly.
Fluttering with their unexperienced little wings,
exercising until they really can fly into freedom.
It’s effort in learning, an irregular movement.
Sometimes it goes, sometimes it doesn’t…
Lately I had to make some adjustments on the keyboard mechanics.
Together with my good friend Ton I took out the grandpiano’s keyboard.
We did the adjustments and then we had to replace the keyboard back into the grandpiano’s case.
And then something went wrong.
I pushed a bit too strong and the hammer of a key broke…
It was a kind of a shock,
but I was lucky in a way.
It was the hammer of the highest key that broke.
A key that’s used very rarely.
So, when listening this short piece of 88 notes,
you’ll notice the highest note sounding a bit strange…! 😉
What does it mean, the abbreviation RFM?
I know REM: Rapid Eye Movement
I know RAM: Random Access Memory
I know ROM: Read Only Memory
I know RUM: That’s a very nice, exotic drink
I know RTFM: Read the fucking Manual
And I know FM; Frequency Modulation
But I’m a civilized person, so my abbreviation is harmless.
What do you think it means?
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