What do you think? 10pm?
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Nope. I got rid of mine about a year back because one of the strings busted - too much Liszt. I think the Roland was worth it though, for my composing needs. But I do miss the weight of the... See More
Nope. I got rid of mine about a year back because one of the strings busted - too much Liszt. I think the Roland was worth it though, for my composing needs. But I do miss the weight of the acoustic keys. Anyway, my new job brought me to MND Annexe and the pianos outside URA Centre are available to me everyday now.
Wah.. you write songs?
Trying to write something now.
That's cool! Share with us when you're done!
One item which delights me is that we can now play musical instruments in the MRT train. In the past this was forbidden by law (and spelt out explicitly in small prints at each station).
Yes, a permit is needed for a person to busk. But if we are simply playing an instrument INSIDE the moving train itself, it is a different scenario altogether.
Jin Li, did the accordionist play on the platform, or inside the train?
From what I know, I think buskers are only allowed to play on platforms for now.
When my car is sent for the next servicing, I'm going to play my recorder, pianica and accordion on the MRT train!
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