The piano lamp on our grand piano provides the proper lighting to read the sheet music.
Why do I call it a "tipsy" piano lamp? A few hours after using the lamp, the right side (where the on-off switch is) has tipped down and ends up about four inches LOWER than the left side. I raise the right side so that the lamp is again level and it stays there -- for another few hours. And then the right side again ends up about four inches LOWER than the left side. Said another way, on its own, the lamp rotates clockwise about thirty degrees over the period of a few hours and comes to rest in that tipped position.
I know, you don't believe me. No one else does, either.
Thanks, anyway, for your attention.
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