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#beginquote# The new "kid on the block" teaches a Juilliard. He has asked me to start practice times at 12PM. He's a new neighbor (pain in the ***) I usually start between 10:30AM-11:30AM and have never had any complaints in the almost 5 1/2 years that I've been taking lessons. He's a composer and has sensitive ears, so he tells me. There is a rather large closet with lots of stuff in it behind my piano which does not have a big sound to begin with. How he can hear it at all is beyond me. He said our apartment building isn't soundproof. I've been in this building for many years, it's pre ww 11 and again I don't know what his complaint is. He should try one the new constructions - plasterboard walls. Today we happened to meet again, he said that he needs quiet - New York is not a quiet City. There is construction going somewhere nearby and that bothers him. Believe it or not he can't understand why they don't start at 12PM. Than he suggested I study the music away from the piano or something like that and I said I'm not a conservatory student. Any suggestions? What is he doing living in a noisy city and looking for quiet. Thanks for reading this long story, it just helps. #endquote#
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