When I was studying piano, I developed an interest in the hand busts of famous composers. They seemed to correlate with the type of music they composed and their style of playing. For example Chopin, a frail man had small, supple hands with thin fingers. Apparently he couldn't play very loudly but his soft tones were so delicate that such was the contrast when he went to forte, he didn't need to go any louder. Rachmaninov had gargantuan hands and it's no surprise that mastering his music requires great power and control to clearly convey his thick chordal passages. Shot in a single 4 second exposure.
P.S. There's a video of me playing this piano on my personal Facebook site. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=623133071045007&set=vb.100000449597381&type=2&theater