|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers has been thinking about pianos and arrives with a flashlight which he uses to look inside his own piano. Showing the hammers and strings, Mister Rogers uses a model to explain how the piano parts make music. Picture Picture shows a film about how people make pianos before Mister Rogers sings Everybody's Fancy.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Van Cliburn performs on the piano for King Friday and Sara Saturday. He describes how he learned to play the piano as a young boy.
Lady Aberlin stops by Mister Rogers' house to borrow a pair of earmuffs. It is very noisy at Someplace Else and Donkey Hodie cannot sleep so Lady Aberlin would like to let him use the earmuffs.
At Someplace Else, Donkey Hodie is tired because Lady Elaine Fairchilde is continually tuning her piano at night. Lady Aberlin explains what it means to be a good neighbor and they come to the agreement that Lady Elaine will only work on her piano during the day.
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