Illawarra's 'old clunker' dilemma: Experts assess the fate of pianos

Desiree Savage
Updated January 26 2024 - 7:00pm, first published 6:57pm
Are pianos headed for extinction? Experts David Ricketts (top right) and Trevor Vines (bottom right) say 'no' despite masses of old relics up for free on marketplace. Pictures supplied.
Are pianos headed for extinction? Experts David Ricketts (top right) and Trevor Vines (bottom right) say 'no' despite masses of old relics up for free on marketplace. Pictures supplied.

The art of playing piano is not dead and neither are upright pianos, according to experts, despite a mass of old free instruments inundating Facebook marketplace from around the Illawarra and beyond.

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Desiree Savage

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