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Jump to new posts Re: The less I practice, the better I get :-) by Damon @ 3 minutes 26 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Mark_COriginally Posted By: Louis PodestaThank you all very much for "taking the bait." It will be referenced in my BBC News story. There wasn't no bait, and I have a feeling there won't be no BBC story. Double neg
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Jump to new posts Re: Going from ETD to aural - only octaves, only bass by Paul678 @ 5 minutes 34 seconds ago

Well, let's face it folks. We are ALL standing on the shoulders of Giants! And as they always say: It's ALL been done before. I personally don't care who invented what. I just want to know if CM3rds will be the easiest way for me to learn how to
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Jump to new posts Re: You Usually Get what you Pay for in this World....... by Paul678 @ 14 minutes 20 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Norbert 10, 20 years ago perhaps. Today you can easily get better - "much better". Of course you will have to know 'where to look'... Notwithstanding some fairly incredible auctions... What do you mean, "M
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Jump to new posts Just joined by wise_manzard @ 17 minutes 49 seconds ago

I wanted to introduce myself and get to know some regulars on here. I recently enrolled my son into private piano lessons and found myself drifting over into it. I'm 25 years old and have some basic music experience having played classical guitar for
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: The less I practice, the better I get :-) by Mark_C @ 17 minutes 51 seconds ago

Originally Posted By: Louis PodestaThank you all very much for "taking the bait." It will be referenced in my BBC News story. There wasn't no bait, and I have a feeling there won't be no BBC story.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Going from ETD to aural - only octaves, only bass by Chris Leslie @ 19 minutes 18 seconds ago

Thanks Bill. I just did a quick read about him. Funny thing, it looks like he and Kirnberger had a rivalry. Looks like nothing has changed much!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Rachmaninov Sonatas - 1 vs 2? by Polyphonist @ 33 minutes 44 seconds ago

It seems Jason is unable to keep the snarky attitude (about Rachmaninoff) out of his posts. I will let other members judge for themselves what this demonstrates about the validity of his opinions.
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Jump to new posts Re: Going from ETD to aural - only octaves, only bass by Bill Bremmer RPT @ 36 minutes 13 seconds ago

The use of Contiguous Major Thirds (CM3) goes back to Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg (21 November 1718 22 May 1795). Marpurg, however though they would be equal beating. It is also possible however that earlier Greeks such as Pythagoras and the ancien
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: my struggle to learn pop piano by Oongawa @ 43 minutes 53 seconds ago

My thought is that people might think thay classical is more difficult is that those who play classical usually learn it by reading music. For those who do not read music, sheet music - especially at intermediate level or above, looks very difficult
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Jump to new posts Re: my struggle to learn pop piano by Oongawa @ 44 minutes 17 seconds ago

My thought is that people might think thay classical is more difficult is that those who play classical usually learn it by reading music. For those who do not read music, sheet music - especially at intermediate level or above, looks very difficult
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Steinway legs? by S. Phillips @ 46 minutes 29 seconds ago

In the past several years Steinway has made a reproduction of that piano. The called it the William Steinway Edition. That leg is referred to as the scroll leg. They might be able to supply them to you. You should call them at the factory and see
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Jump to new posts Re: You Usually Get what you Pay for in this World....... by Norbert @ 47 minutes 29 seconds ago

Quote:But other than that, you pretty much get what you pay for in the piano world! 10, 20 years ago perhaps. Today you can easily get better - "much better". Of course you will have to know 'where to look'... Notwithstanding some fairl
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway legs? by Larry Buck @ 47 minutes 36 seconds ago

Call Frankie(Carlos Macancela) at Cantabile Piano Arts, Yonkers
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Jump to new posts Re: Compare Steinway, Estonia & Shigeru Kawai by Nxwang @ 48 minutes 30 seconds ago

Thanks a lot to everyone. I have checked those website. And we are going to other piano store tomorrow. I will let my son try more. He prefer Shigeru at this time. But I don't know will he change his mind again. 😉
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CS10 ISSUES by McBuster @ 48 minutes 36 seconds ago

James :-) I really love my Kawais. A 63 93 and now my 95. You folks are on the right track. And I like taking lessons on it and playing it. But That Note, has got to go. :-) Why is it then, wherever I put it, in the middle of the small room
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Jump to new posts Re: 1875 legs and lyre where to get? by Bob Newbie @ 51 minutes 18 seconds ago

that's my thoughts exactly, if you have a sample leg or if you only need a single leg, let them make all the legs, so that they match not only species of wood but turnings detail and sharpness of the carvings, an older leg the detail is somewhat worn
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Rachmaninov Sonatas - 1 vs 2? by Pogorelich. @ Today at 09:28 PM

Well then we can agree to disagree! And of course I'd never unfriend you
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts LACHNIT MK22 by Vas @ Today at 09:27 PM

Hello, Has anyone heard of or is using the LACHNIT MK22 http://www.flkeys.at/Products.html very expensive. Is it worth it?
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Do you play the piano 'for relaxation'? by bennevis @ Today at 09:23 PM

Originally Posted By: OongawaIt sounds like rather then 'tickling the ivories' maybe you could say that you 'pound them into submission'? You're right. I will henceforth use that term, rather than tickling ivories . My ingrained propensity for u
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: I Love Single Note Melody Solo Piano Playing by bennevis @ Today at 09:02 PM

There is a lot of classical music where the melody is played as single notes but the hand playing the melody also has to play part of the accompaniment. The accompaniment figuration cannot be redistributed without making things very awkward for LH, a
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: NAMM 2015 Rumours? by fizikisto @ Today at 08:43 PM

Originally Posted By: Kawai James For single photocopied sheets, perhaps you can buy a piece of artboard, cut to size, and place it on the music rest? Adapt-a-stand might also work, though I've not tried one myself.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CS10 ISSUES by Kawai James @ Today at 08:38 PM

Originally Posted By: McBusterAs part of the ongoing process of elimination, yes, the Dealer's piano was against the wall and I moved mine to be the same. Same settings. Still a problem at home. With the greatest respect McBuster, a room consist
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Garritan CFX vs VI Ravenscroft? by MacMacMac @ Today at 08:35 PM

Darn it! You guys are giving me GAS! (Or is that just the Thanksgiving feast?)
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CS10 ISSUES by McBuster @ Today at 08:32 PM

As part of the ongoing process of elimination, yes, the Dealer's piano was against the wall and I moved mine to be the same. Same settings. Still a problem at home.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Do you play the piano 'for relaxation'? by Oongawa @ Today at 08:30 PM

It sounds like rather then 'tickling the ivories' maybe you could say that you 'pound them into submission'?
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