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Jump to new posts Re: Question about finger reach! by Saranoya @ Yesterday at 04:31 PM

You play the triplets with your right hand. Then you don't need a reach wider than an octave (well, not here, anyway ... there are couple of places in that piece that do require a slightly wider reach). FYI (though I suspect it's just a typo): this
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Good popular and classical songs for a piano gig? by Tony Romo @ Yesterday at 04:30 PM

Originally Posted By: phantomFiveOriginally Posted By: phantomFiveDvorak Humoresque, most people in an older generation might even know alternate words to that one Of the same style might consider Stephen Foster Beautiful Dreamer. (Here's a little
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Broken Butt Plate - Replacement part? by musicNow @ Yesterday at 04:29 PM

Thanks to all for comments and suggestions. I found this particularly interesting: If one has broken, you should check to see if others are ready to break. One quick test is to push each hammer and shank toward the strings with your fingers. Let th
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: RicksterInteresting... Luckily, my grand pianos are located in areas with a concrete slab floor... a little more forgiving of the weight of a grand/baby grand. When my dad built their house years ago, he put the floor joists,
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Question about finger reach! by Plopsy @ Yesterday at 04:23 PM

Hi all, this is my first topic on the forum, though I've been lurking for a while! I'm only a beginner, playing for a few months. I've only had a couple of lessons and no one near me do lessons during the summer so I'll have to make do with teaching
Piano Forum
I have a wooden house from 1950, and when I settle on a new piano, I'd like to do a side-by-side comparison with the old one. I'm wondering whether it'll be safe to put them next to eachother or if both pianos will end up falling through to the basem
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What is the purpose of learning a song's chords? by Dave B @ Yesterday at 04:22 PM

For me, my development was very stagnant until I started looking at harmony and chord progressions. That might be because it's my favorite part of the music. Enjoy
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: Minnesota MartyNot bad at all. When the floor is being reinforced, maybe your piano can walk into a bar with a Priest, as Rabbi, and an Imam. I think that joke writes itself
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Installed an LX system on my Baldwin C by Grandpianoman @ Yesterday at 04:19 PM

Amazing! The recording sounds great. I recommended those mics and digital recorder to Roy. I could do that same setup for the LX, but not for the Ampico...too much mechanical noise from the Ampico mechanisim. When Zenph first came on the scene
Piano Forum
Interesting... Luckily, my grand pianos are located in areas with a concrete slab floor... a little more forgiving of the weight of a grand/baby grand. When my dad built their house years ago, he put the floor joists, wall studs, ceiling joists and
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OK so a 700 pound grand piano walks into my house and... by Minnesota Marty @ Yesterday at 04:18 PM

Not bad at all. When the floor is being reinforced, maybe your piano can walk into a bar with a Priest, a Rabbi, and an Imam.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Things are not working out for me by Dave B @ Yesterday at 04:17 PM

I had to keep telling my son that in life the view is worth the climb. Last year he came up to me and told me how I am right. Lucky for him he's only 20 yrs old. It took me much longer to realize this. Enjoy
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Franz Liszt - Un Sospiro by Art_Vandelay @ Yesterday at 04:17 PM

Wow, that was some detailed instruction! Clearly I need to move and take lessons from you, Bruce.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Surge protection? by bgiles @ Yesterday at 04:16 PM

Originally Posted By: MacMacMacWait until the battery fails. After a year or two, poof. No more protection. And you don't even know it ... until the power goes out. Most modern UPS's carry out periodic automatic battery checks, with an alarm if it fa
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Good popular and classical songs for a piano gig? by phantomFive @ Yesterday at 04:15 PM

Originally Posted By: phantomFiveDvorak Humoresque, most people in an older generation might even know alternate words to that one Of the same style might consider Stephen Foster Beautiful Dreamer. (Here's a little known fact: the subject of Dvorak
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Good popular and classical songs for a piano gig? by phantomFive @ Yesterday at 04:14 PM

Dvorak Humoresque, most people in an older generation might even know alternate words to that one Of the same style might consider Stephen Foster Beautiful Dreamer.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Piano Sufficient for a Newbie by Minnesota Marty @ Yesterday at 04:14 PM

Nope
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Visited Yamaha's Flagship Store Today by Minnesota Marty @ Yesterday at 04:13 PM

O Great Ice Princess - Hast thyne own piano risen to the heights of the sampled digital?
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Jump to new posts Re: Digital Piano Sufficient for a Newbie by ClsscLib @ Yesterday at 04:12 PM

The unfortunate fact is that most people who start down that path don't choose to stay on it. My question back to you is, how much money are you willing to risk against the possibility you might not stick with it? Another question: If you believe
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Things are not working out for me by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 04:09 PM

Originally Posted By: Donzo - most people regret what they didn't accomplish more than what they did I really like the way you put this.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Opening up an old Piano by Eric Gloo @ Yesterday at 04:09 PM

Here's a link to a thread I posted a few years ago, containing photos from an Ivers & Pond catalog. http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthrea...ond%20Cata.html
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Visited Yamaha's Flagship Store Today by A443 @ Yesterday at 04:08 PM

Originally Posted By: BrianDXThis is not at all my understanding, but I'm checking the facts and will post again when I have them. The factory is already gone; I watched it come down myself. The pianos are now 100% made in the suburb of Wiener Neust
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Franz Liszt - Un Sospiro by BruceD @ Yesterday at 04:07 PM

I agree with what Michael was suggesting when he said that this was too "literal" an interpretation of the score; at the moment it lacks a sense of expansiveness that the very title suggests. Indeed, there are some places in the score that
Piano Forum
...it turns out the sub-floor under my house in that area really does not like the whole idea, a lot. The piano is in the middle of the sub-floor joist span to start with, and all three piano legs are resting on the 3/4 inch plywood sub-floor with n
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just visited pianist corner by Saranoya @ Yesterday at 04:06 PM

Originally Posted By: Sweet06To say that people enjoy music because of flaws I can't really get on board with. I think its just a defensive mechanism because we CAN'T be perfect, not because we SHOULDN'T strive for it. I think people SHOULD strive t
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