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January 17, 2014 12:00 AM

16 music teachers will gather around 4 pianos for single concert

The Prosser Piano store never sounded this loud. About 12 Tacoma piano teachers are seated at four baby grands, squeezing onto benches and grinning as they pound their way through the “Triple Dip” boogie. The bass rolls like a freight train, the treble echoes around the room in octaves. And as the final chord hits, the tricky part begins.

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