A piano-playing wife who is a fan of the BBC has given us some tips on how to do it without one.
In the video above, Michelle Kavanagh tells the story of how she got her hands on a Mini Keyboard, a miniature piano with a keyboard and a small drum set.
The BBC’s Pia Wessels says that this particular Mini Keyboard has a little more room than a standard keyboard, and has an integrated drum set, which can be adjusted to fit in a room.
“The key’s in the palm, so it can’t be raised too high when you’re playing,” Michelle explains.
“But it can be held in your hand, so you can move it around.
But what makes it special is the drum set it comes with.
It’s got a mini drum set with two drum pads, and you can play it from a distance with one arm.
There’s no moving parts in it, so the sound is perfect.”
Michelle is not alone in her love of the Mini Keyboard.
A number of people have shared their stories of using this piano-less piano in the past.
However, there are plenty of people out there who don’t have access to a Mini Keyboard.
Michelle explains that if you have access, you should give it a go.
“I just bought one, and I’ve been using it for a few months,” she says.
“I can’t wait to get it home, and use it for the first time.”
“I love it, and it’s perfect for when I’m out of town.”