PIANO DEATH A flat piano by the name of Pianotexture died in the United States on February 1, 1960.
The instrument, made by Gibson and Gibson, was used on a number of studio albums.
Its obituary noted that the instrument was in good condition.
According to the New York Times, “the piano was given to the company by a friend who wanted to keep it, for his wife.”
The piano was owned by a man named Robert J. Hickey, a guitarist and pianist who died in 1978 at the age of 89.
The piano is not known to have been used by any other band members.
According the New Jersey Historical Society, Hickey bought it in 1962 from a man who wanted it to be used on his next album, “A Love Supreme.”
The Piano’s obit came after a decades-long effort by the artist, who had written lyrics for his own piano, to preserve the instrument, according to the Associated Press.
In addition to being a great musician, he also loved to write, and he wrote about the piano in his book, “The Piano.”
It’s a sad loss for the music community, but we have a lot of other great artists that we’ve lost.
There’s a piano that you can hear in a church.
And that’s what you want in your life, and I think you can find a piano in your neighborhood.
The obit says that it was sold at auction for $5,000.
In a statement to The Associated Press, the company that owned the piano stated that the “object was donated to the United Methodist Church, and the instrument is in great condition.
It was originally owned by Robert Hickey and used by him for piano performances on several albums.”
According to an article in Guitar World, “Hickey had owned the instrument for about 20 years, and had owned other pianos, including one of his own, in the early 1970s.
He was also a member of the United Methodists.
His piano was purchased by a member and sold at the auction house.”
The AP reported that a woman named Barbara, who bought the piano and is now 87, was among the many people who mourned the passing of the instrument.
“It’s very sad,” Barbara told the Associated News.
“I didn’t even know I had one, but it’s a great piano, and it’s beautiful.”