So are we all in agreement that 60 public pianos being placed throughout the city is a pretty freakin' cool public art project, like on a scale of 1 to waterfalls? As long as the city doesn't become engulfed in a chorus of Chopsticks, British artist Luke Jerram's unveiling of the pianos on Monday should be the start of something beautiful.

The pianos will be in all five boroughs, and Jerram told the Post, "We want to reach a broad and diverse audience. You could easily put them in the wealthiest parts of the city and there wouldn't be any problems. It's good to take a few risks." Check out all the locations here—one is already up at Gantry Plaza State Park in LIC, where Mayor Bloomberg stated they would be up for only two weeks, and "it doesn’t matter if you’re a world-class virtuoso like Beethoven or a guy who took one year of lessons.” (This musician is aiming to play them all.)

If you spot one next week, send us your photos and videos!