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Goonies, The - Bone Piano
While Andy is playing the "bones", she becomes nervous because she's not sure if a note is A-sharp or B-flat. She must be very inexperienced with the piano because A-sharp and B-flat are the same note.
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Contributed By: Perfect Tommy on 01-20-2000 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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normaster writes:
That was supposed to be a joke!
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Julesmate writes:
With regards to the bone pipe organ, I believe that also when she turns the map over showing the music, she plays chords when the music actually only reads a single melody line. That always bugged me!
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Draco writes:
Andy said that she had taken piano for 3 months back when she was 6. You can forget a lot in 10 years.
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mandy writes:
Actually, some really old organs would have separate keys for each enharmonic--a sharp and b flat. Enharmonic are the same note, but written differently. Technically, a sharp is tuned slightly differently than b flat. Nowadays, they do not recognize the difference as much.
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curry writes:
Your comment about the B Flat/A Sharp was totally correct but you yourself failed to notice that it was not actually a Piano at all,it was in fact a Bone Pipe Organ! hence the dust coming out of the display of bone pipes above the keyboard. Always remember Organ's have pipes and Piano's have strings
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