The windswept shores of Cape Cod can be a less than hospitable environment this time of year, no less so for the Baldwin piano left in the woods of the bucolic - but now quite cold - town of Harwich, Mass., last Saturday. A Baldwin piano in "perfect working condition" (though, I'm guessing, a trifle out of tune) with a matching bench was found set up as if to play in the conservation area of Bells Neck (see photo above). No word as to whether the piano had been rained on or become a home for wildlife.
Judging from the photo the instrument is clearly a spinet - an Acrosonic, perhaps? They are the workhorse of the Baldwin line, you know.
Read the full article from The Cape Cod Times: Police seek clues in piano mystery.