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by Alix » 13 Mar 2008, 14:57
by athomik » 13 Mar 2008, 16:32
by Alix » 13 Mar 2008, 16:44
athomik wrote:As far as I know,you have to comply with whatever your neighbour says or risk having the piano confiscated. A digital piano or one with a silent system should get around the 'noise' problem
by athomik » 13 Mar 2008, 17:21
by Barrie Heaton » 13 Mar 2008, 17:51
Alix wrote:athomik wrote:As far as I know,you have to comply with whatever your neighbour says or risk having the piano confiscated. A digital piano or one with a silent system should get around the 'noise' problem
but I dont want a digital piano. THey can really confiscate my piano for playing at 10pm?! i though the law was not after 11pm or before 7am?
by Gill the Piano » 13 Mar 2008, 18:10
by Barrie Heaton » 13 Mar 2008, 18:13
Alix wrote:Dear All
Yesterday we recevied a letter from EH saying a complaint had been lodged regarding music noise from our property.
I spoke with EH this morning and found out that a neighbour has complained about "piano playing, sometimes late at night past 10pm".
I didn;t realise that my playing (I am a professional pianist) was annoying the neighbour so much, and to be honest, I didn't think that 10pm was late
Alix wrote:However, could anyone help with the best course of action now? The neighbour didn't speak to me about this first so the letter from EH was the first I knew they were upset. The letter has really upset me as I'd hate to think I was distressing someone with my playing.
EH won't tell me which neighbour complained either (I am in the middle of a terrace) and I don't want to talk to the wrong one about it!
I know I need to talk to the neighbours though and would appreciate some thoughts/suggestions on what might appease them. I will, of course, stop playing by 10pm now but what else can I offer to do?
I don't want to be in the situation where the neighbour tells me what time to play, nor do I want to upset them, nor do I want to creep round my own home for fear they may complain again.
by Alix » 13 Mar 2008, 20:06
by major corbin dallas » 13 Mar 2008, 21:03
by Openwood » 13 Mar 2008, 22:10
by PianoGuy » 14 Mar 2008, 08:18
major corbin dallas wrote:Thanks.
Yes, a wonderful film ! Not many pianos though
by Barrie Heaton » 14 Mar 2008, 17:38
Gill the Piano wrote:What orange rubber vest? What film? Was I asleep for that part of college??
by major corbin dallas » 14 Mar 2008, 20:44
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