Spontaneous Moments on the Piano…

During my last visit to San Diego, my brother surprised me when he stopped by on his lunch break. He started to play around on the piano and I captured a little bit on camera.

I just wanted to take a moment to show you that playing piano isn’t just about playing a song perfectly, it is about enjoying time with friends and family. The piano has a rich history, and one that unites generations together. Since I am holding the camera, what you don’t get to see is us playing some fun duets together, but here’s a clip of some spontaneous conversation between brother and sister… Enjoy!

P.S. This piano, is the piano I started lessons on when I was 5 years old. (In 1969!) Am I that old?

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6 Responses to Spontaneous Moments on the Piano…

  1. 28April,2010 10:18PM

    Lisa, I just want to say Thank You to your brother for his

    Service of our Country.

    May God Bless Him and Keep Him fro Harm”s way.
    Robert Briggs
    Former US Navy Mineman

  2. DEAR LISA,

    I WANT TO THANK YOUR BROTHER FOR HELP
    KEEPING US ALL SAFE. I WOULD LIKE TO PLAY
    THAT FAST,BUT I PLAY LIKE MY AGE,SLOW.ha,ha
    HOPING TO GET FASTER SOMETIME OR LEARN
    QUITER, I KEEP PRACTING AND APPRECIATE
    YOUR FREE LESSIONS

  3. Shan says:

    Hello steeple family:
    My hats off to u brother…..
    This bit of melodious music must have lift up the spirits of every student.
    Also thanks for sharing brother and sister moments with family piano.
    Shan,Seema

  4. Barbie says:

    Wow, I can see the resemblance! So much talent & good looks too. It is so amazing that in only one week he learned so much & online at that…….:o) Lisa must be his teacher?

  5. Lisa Steeple says:

    Isn’t my brother handsome! I just love him so much… Hope you enjoy our little brother-sister moment!

  6. Diane Whiting says:

    Very nice work for only starting the course last week, HA HA. What a great family and I want to thank your brother for his service to our country. I am a proud daughter of a Marine that served in Korea
    Diane in N.H.

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