“Mr. Jerram said there were some discordant notes last year. ‘There was a clash of personalities, perhaps,’ he said. ‘There were problems we had in terms of communications whilst I was in New York, but it’s no excuse for running off with an artist’s idea like this. In the advertising industry, you see artists’ ideas run off with, but for an arts organization to do that?'” — Luke Jerram, the British artist whose project “Play Me I’m Yours” placed 60 upright pianos around the city last year. This year, the project will return with a changed name and more pianos, but without Mr. Jerram.