About this book
The fascinating true story of the author's discovery of an antiquated, glass-roofed workshop full of old pianos in a Paris side street, interwoven with snapshots of Paris, musical history and piano construction secrets.
Ever since the piano was invented, people have longed to own one. In the nineteenth century, an age without recorded music or television, this craze reached its apex. When Thad Carhart discovered Luc and his hidden cache of pianos in the dusty repair shop on his street in Paris, his life changed.