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"Cross your fingers everybody," and once more he did the street-piano act, as Ed termed it.
And when Laddie did, Mrs. Whipple remembered having heard her husband tell about the two little lost children who came into his department store after a street-piano monkey had spoiled a little girl's hat.
From below came the loud, rasping notes of a street-piano that, in some incomprehensible fashion, had wandered to the deserted row of houses.
In current exhibitions a few canvases strike a new note; and by senses delicately attuned this note can be distinguished within the jangle of far louder and popular tunes ground out, as it were, by the street-piano.
I don't care whether you make fifty thousand a year with your music writing, or whether you grind a street-piano with a tin-cup on top.
An air from a street-piano, heard while at work, will often gratify more than the choicest music played at a concert by the most accomplished musicians.