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Music City of Spokane helps young piano players record, send musical greetings


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Young piano players of the area can take advantage of a Music City recording system and email a holiday tune to a loved one.

Music City is offering a free e-greetings session using the company’s Yamaha Clavinova and Disklavier pianos.

Through Dec. 24, pianists can come to the company store, 1322 N. Monroe, and record a holiday favorite on one of the Music City recording-pianos. The company will then load the recording onto a player’s flash drive or another USB device.

“These kids are just having a great time with this,” says Darrin Wittkopp, owner of Music City of Spokane.  “They are creating their own personal holiday musical greeting and message and are sending this to friends and family throughout the country.”

The offer is open to any area piano player, said Wittkopp.

Call (509) 838-8312 for more information.

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