Yui stared intently at the sheet music in front of her. The sheet music stared back. Fingers poised, hovering over the smooth ivory keys, she slowly depressed the first one. The piano let out a weak tinkle; a shy whisper that sounded too much like a scream in the silent room. She moved onto the next note, then the next one, and the next one, and the next one, until—
She repeatedly jammed her index finger into C. “That's not right. I missed a note somewhere, didn't I?”
Initially, Yui had been enthusiastic about taking piano classes. She'd sung in her church choir, but she'd never learned to play an instrument before. Since there was a perfectly good piano in the mansion, Yui figured that was the best place to start. And after two weeks, nobody had burst into the sitting room and yelled at her for playing it without permission.
Not that anyone could've heard her playing in the first place.