These performances did not simply evaporate into the air where there were played; they were recorded ("preserved" might be a more accurate word) on a Yamaha Disklavier CFIII Mark IV PRO.
What does DKV stand for?
DKV stands for Yamaha Disklavier (MIDI controllable player piano)
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Once inside, all are invited to sign in on a pressure-sensitive tablet--an action that may or may not be immediately associated with the sounds of crashing chords from a distant piano, one of the two electronic Yamaha Disklaviers within the exhibition, activated by this gesture.
In fact Paul Lehrman's version for Yamaha disklaviers premiered in November 1999, with subsequent performances the following year in April at Carnegie Hall [with eight disklaviers], and June in San Francisco.
This was a concert of works composed for the Yamaha Disklavier, a computer-controlled grand piano.