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Taming the savage beast #2788179
12/05/18 04:58 PM
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I'm having some new flooring put into a room not far from my office which is where my piano and my bird both live.

As soon as the flooring installer started working this morning the poor little bird was terrified by the noise, shivering and hiding behind his mirror. I could move him into the projection room but he doesn't really like it there since it's not his own spot, and I don't like to move him if I don't really have to. I thought I would see if I could just distract him instead.

I don't usually play the piano before lunch but I played some stuff with a beat and he immediately came out of hiding and started singing and be-bopping around, and I don't think he gave another thought to the activity and strange noises in the next room. grin

Just looking after my number one piano fan.


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788181
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That's really sweet! My dog likes it when I play also.


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788183
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Your bird has got your back and vice versa!

How kind of you to soothe your bird, and with piano, no less!


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788200
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That’s a cute story.


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788201
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That’s great! It’s nice to have a fan. smile

Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788226
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Nice story. My teacup poodle always wants to sit on the piano bench when I play.


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788246
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Aw. Glad you could help him feel better.
I used to move our bird cage into the nether regions of the house when the tuner was here because the birds were so "helpful" during tuning. Now, after a greeting, the cats get locked away, because one cat won't leave the poor fellow alone.


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788275
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at my lesson today I was telling my teacher how unflappable I was having three small dogs, that might bark at any moment, around me. Do they like to listen to you play...... she asked ....I don't know said I but they don't complain.......


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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788405
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So sweet!

My one dog comes into my room and hangs out on the couch when I play. It's kinda cute smile

Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: cmb13] #2788454
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Originally Posted by cmb13
That's really sweet! My dog likes it when I play also.



My loyal dog is the only one who will remain in the room when I begin to play. She'll curl up right beside the piano and stay there until I'm done. Given the quality of my play she's probably deaf at those frequencies.

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Re: Taming the savage beast [Re: FrankCox] #2788672
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So sweet!!! Poor birdie.


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