Another Town by Regina Spektor
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Easy Ways to Clean and Maintain Your Piano Like every other object in this world your piano will serve you longer and stay in a better condition if a regular maintenance routine is followed. Piano tutorial advise that any Musical instrument requires care if they are expected to continue producing quality sounds. It’s important to know how to play piano but playing piano also becomes a much more pleasing experience both for the player and the hearer if the piano being played is in a good state. Hence especial care should be taken to see that your piano is cleaned regularly and the polish is maintained more so because the piano is a very delicate musical instrument. Among the various important things that these piano lesson require us to remember is that dust from a piano should ideally be removed with the help of a feather duster and not by means of a dry cloth. (More...) Show video tutorial!
About the Artist
Regina Ilyinichna Spektor born February 18, 1980) is a Russian-born American singer-songwriter and pianist. Her music is associated with the anti-folk scene centered in New York City's East Village. Spektor was born in Moscow, USSR in 1980 to a musical Russian Jewish family. Her father, Ilya Spektor, is a photographer and amateur violinist. Her mother, Bella Spektor, was a music professor in a Russian college of music and now teaches at a public elementary school in Mount Vernon, New York. She has a brother Barry (who was referred to as Bear), who was featured in track 7 or "Whisper", of her 2004 album, Soviet Kitsch. She learned how to play piano by practicing on a Petrof upright that was given to her mother by her grandfather. She was also exposed to the music of rock and roll bands such as The Beatles, Queen, and The Moody Blues by her father, who obtained such recordings in Eastern Europe and traded cassettes with friends in the Soviet Union. The family left the Soviet Union in 1989, when Regina was nine and a half, during the period of Perestroika, when Soviet citizens were permitted to emigrate. Regina had to leave her piano behind.