Updated: Jan 8, 2020
I Saw Three Ships
‘Twas a few nights before Christmas and all through the street,
Not a creature was stirring except this piano geek;
The lights were all hung on the houses with care,
In hopes that Jon wouldn’t play piano there;
The people were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of cello music danced in their heads;
And Paul in his t-shirt and Al in his boots
Had just settled down for an all night video shoot.
When out in the street arose such a clatter,
People sprang from their beds to see what was the matter
Out the windows they watched, their phones they unlocked
Was this a dream or should they call the cops?
Jon sprang from his bench, running fast as he could,
As the neighborhood dogs barked (just as they should);
But we heard him exclaim, ere he ran out of sight,
HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT!
The lights are absolutely phenomenal. Absolutely incredible
In Europe, between the 14th and 18th centuries, two kinds of keyboard instruments were popular, one is the harpsichord, the other is the plucked harpsichord (also known as the harpsichord and Harpsichord). Both of these instruments are called clavichords because they are considered to be the forerunners of piano. Many composers compose for the clavichord, which is the earliest piano music.
Piano music can not only make beasts quiet, but also have more benefits to human beings. Piano music can improve the ability of spatial reasoning, thinking logic and problem-solving. Learning piano can make people think more clearly, concentrate more easily, deal with other aspects of life better, and effectively relieve all kinds of pressure, making people healthier.