Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Musical Interlude…

It was an upright, already second-hand when my grandparents purchased it back in the dark ages of 1930s, Depression-ridden Detroit. The piano had mahogany-coloured veneer: not even Grandfather, one of the happily employed few, could afford real mahogany, however battered … Continue reading

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