Description: Grand Piano Flea Figurine - This Flea Piano Figurine is an amazing piece of metal art! Hand crafted with expert precision, the metal piano figurine makes a unique, one-of-a-kind gift. It features a flea pianist ready to plays his grand piano. Learn
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Every pianist likes a gift that ties into their passion. This piano figurine is an example of a product that would make an ideal gift for the pianist in your life. If pianos are their thing, you need a gift idea that will make a good impression. You could give them the standard piano accessory but it might not be unique enough. A more unique gift idea would be this awesome figurine from Drum Bum.
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A pianist is a type of musician who plays the piano. The piano is often associated with classical music but is prominent in other types of music as well such as pop, rock, jazz, blues and more. Piano players (also known as keyboard players) usually start pretty young as the piano is often used to help teach music. The piano also plays a big role in composing and rehearsing music. A piano player strikes the keys of the piano alternating between the long, white major notes and short, black minor notes that comprise an octave of the music scale. The modern version of the piano dates back to 16th century Italy. The two most popular models of the piano found today are the upright piano and the grand piano.