My piano teacher was a stork and he had his grand piano standing on edge, so he could optimally work with his long neck. I was profiting a lot from his phenomenal beak technique, so I can really play difficult piano repertoire for all kinds of birds. I even made a CD with the Frog Symphony Orchestra in Boston: Piano Concerto With Oysters and Starfish on a Sandbank, in Eminor. But in this place I'd like to play one of my own compositions: Piano Fantasy in C Major .... Thanks!
Explanation, by Miss G's manager, to the second video: The picture is just a still, but the sound is extremely interesting. Her digital-piano playing was recorded via midi. These days I trimmed long pauses and added reverb. I find the result absolutely beautiful. It is fascinating music, played by a herring gull!