If I were set to become a pianist, I would undoubtedly end up a "traditional pianist", too. In fact, it doesn't really matter which way one gets to the top, because all pianists had to struggle with the same Kbd. and notation irregularity and its outdated problems. In a way it offers all a level playing field. My musical fascination is limited to the enjoyment of beautiful sounds, harmonics and melodies and so, I started to learn the piano accordion by ear at age 17 and usually only played in C-major and A-minor. That experience offered me an insight into the irregularity problems of the traditional piano Kbd. The regularity of the six-row quint bass system made me dream about a uniform piano Kbd. layout. In those years we still had no computers and Internet and thus, I still was uninformed about the existence of uniform (C-system) button accordions. Hence, thanks to the advent of computer and Internet technology, I now (in old age) find the time to realize/ rekindle my childhood dreams... Actually, the reason I addressed the professional of this forum was, to make friends with musicians, because deep down I felt drawn to you, think myself a musician, too. Maybe it's, because I received lots of recognition from countless musicians (...been spoiled) in the past, due to my musical creativity in clubs etc. Lately, I even received an offer from a great musical academy, whose two pianists were ready to recreate the Warsaw Concerto with me as the soloist; i.e. adding my musical, emotionally creative of whistling to this piece. They now even display my name "Johannes Drinda" in their international showroom: http://www.artwhistling.org/international/en/hear-us Here is the complete version of my performance: https://app.box.com/s/6f72eb90c2002db2e9fc Hence, I thought some of you great musicians might be as well interested in creating some unique recordings with my inherited, unique twitter. That's what good music and musical creativity is all about or am I mistaken... wieder auf dem Holzweg? Business considerations? Mind you, there are countless piano recordings on sale, but only very few good whistling recordings on the market.