Not if your piano looks like this!
The Resistor Jeltone is an edible toy piano competing this year in the 2012 Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition; a yearly event designed to find the most innovative new musical instrument.
The Resistor Jeltone replaces black and white piano keys with edible foods that serve as great electrical conductors… in this case, jello, strawberries, and honeydew. Each piece of fruit is connected to a complicated set of wires, circuits, and computer software (it makes my head hurt to go into any further depth than that) that work together to produce sound.
A piano filled with jello… our musical lives are complete! Check out the video below.