It's in the music room. In this library there are separate rooms for different interests. But it's placed together with the book shelves, tables and chairs.
I paid attention to the noise from the keys and fortunately this model is quite quiet, I guess they made sure they put a quiet model there. I even asked a couple guys close to it and they said that it didn't disturb them. I didn't play any furious piece anyway.
Saying that, I got a couple of raised eyes when I played Granado's Oriental from Danzas Espanolas, but not in the bad way, more like a "what's that"?... maybe because he didn't recognise the piece from the keyboard noise. I played it right after Fur Elise, which everybody can recognise. Or maybe the noticed my many mistakes, I'm still learning this one
He just listened for a few seconds and then went back to the pc.
In Milton Keynes Library now and then they organise meetings for poetry reading or other interests, right in the middle of it, no separations, and that is far more disturbing than a digital piano... specially when they clap!
October 2013. Kawai CA65!Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted
Because I actually like playing the piano in spite of the large number of mistakes I make... so many that for many people I'm just wasting my time.