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A German-born innovator has set new musical heights with what is believed to be the world's largest vertical piano. The instrument, located in a concert hall in Latvia, is around three storeys above the audience. To reach the keys, pianists face a long uphill climb up a steep flight of steel stairs. (AFP/ Ilmars Znotins)
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