The near 6m-long instrument was built in a farm shed and has become an international attraction

One of the world’s longest pianos has found a new home in the deep south of New Zealand after the fire brigade were called on to help shift the behemoth into place.

Adrian Mann began building the 5.7 metre piano as an “obsessive” high school student in a farm shed in Timaru, a small town on the east coast of the South Island.

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