duet It Takes Two Hands To Play The Piano, And Four To Make The Performance Unforgettable When Elliot Is Stuck At A Paris Train Station On His Way To The Conservatory, With Hours To Wait, His Distraction Comes In The Shape Of The Piano That Stands There Free For Anyone To Play He Soon Finds That Time Flies Much Faster, However, When A Beautiful Stranger Joins Him For A Duet

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[Download] ➵ duet  By Megan McFerren – Online-strattera-atomoxetine.info
  • ebook
  • 19 pages
  • duet
  • Megan McFerren
  • English
  • 10 August 2019

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    If a composer could say what he had to say in words he would not bother trying to say it in music Gustav MahlerThe above quote makes an excellent point words can sometimes be hard to find but music can come to the rescue Elliot, stuck in a Paris train station on his way from the US to the music conservatory in Bordeaux, would agree he finds it much easier to express himself via music And what better way to pass the time than to lose himself in playing the station s piano Even though he hasn t played in years, by far preferring the violin now, it is better than another hour of boredom and listening to the same news over and over again.Elliot has no trouble losing himself in the music, and I got lost right along with him But then the piano responds to his melody and Elliot realizes he has a playing partner The man is a total stranger, but they begin a musical conversation, testing each other s responses, even battling for supremacy All the while not a word has been spoken, but I was fascinated Their musical conversation is just like magic and so is the ending of this story.If you like short stories that are full of surprises, if music is your thing and you believe it s possible to use it to talk to someone, and if you re looking for a sweet read that is as enchanting as it is brief, then you will probably like this short story.NOTE The anthology this story was published in has been provided by Torquere Press for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

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