Here are the plans for a theoretical piano. It has all the workings of a regular concert grand, but instead of the keys facing the piano like normally, they face directly opposite of the body of the piano. To keep the keys functioning as normal, you have the same bottom as a pedalboard organ. But instead of open keys, the board where the 32 foot pedals rests is closed, and acts as a tunnel for extra extensions to make striking the keys engage the action as normal. To make hitting the keys engage the action, the undersides of the key tops have long felt-tipped wires that press another set of keys at the base of the tunnel section. These keys have long wires as well that extend all the way from the keys to the piano action. There are a few ways for these felt tips to engage the action, but the one I propose is for the very final set of felt tip wire ends to strike another set of keys on top and off center of yet another set of keys, which engage the action, causing the hammer to strike the strings as normal. Obviously I realize that this type of piano would be quite costly and would not offer much to a performer other than the ability to face the audience while performing. Pedals and seating would also be a concern, because the only way to have all three pedals on a Reversi piano without disrupting other parts of it would to be to place the pedals where they would usually go, and pass them through the tunnel, and protrude them from the pianists feet to be pressed and released as normal. The bench would be built into the piano, resting on top of the tunnel section. As far as maintinence is concerned, to make up for the fact that you couldn't just loosen a few screws, pull off the wood parts at either end of the keys and pull the action out, you would make the tunnel detachable, and you would remove the section of the tunnel that goes from where the piano main body starts to the action off (that is, the tunnel section would be split into two parts: from the keys to the base of the piano, and from the base of the piano up to the action) so that you can get to the action to service it. Please, tell me your thoughts, concerns and improvements for this idea. Also, PLEASE DO NOT POST THINGS SAYNG TO JUST NOT MESS WITH THE ORIGINAL DESIGN OF THE PIANO. THIS IS JUST AN IDEA, AND IT IS NOT SOMETHING I EVER EXPECT TO SEE MAKE ITS WAY TO THE MANURFACTURING LINE.