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Jump to new posts Re: Tired Fingers by TwoSnowflakes @ Yesterday at 04:11 PM

This makes a lot of sense to me, and I'd already understood the general idea--I mean it's not a hard leap to figure out that after you've depressed the key there's no pressure necessary beyond preventing it from rising back up if you need it to stay
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I found an anti infantry mine detonator inside old Viennese, believe or not! I had to call the police to move it away to a secure place.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pinblocks & bridges... How long do they last? by BDB @ Yesterday at 04:05 PM

Neither pinblocks or bridges (or soundboards, for that matter) crack due to age. They crack due to moisture cycling, that is, when the humidity changes drastically for whatever reason. How wood ages is not a simple question. There are pianos which I
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai vs Ritmuller by ando @ Yesterday at 04:05 PM

Originally Posted By: cromaxOriginally Posted By: andoOriginally Posted By: cromax EDIT: Yes it was kind of a story for selling it but even if the piano was from 2004 he could have selled it later am I right? No. It's a used piano. No dealer keeps a
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Jump to new posts Re: Considering going into debt for a Steinway grand by Gatsbee13 @ Yesterday at 04:04 PM

Let me guess.. Your not a finance major.
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 04:04 PM

But you're not doing a recital like that.
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Svenno @ Yesterday at 04:03 PM

aOriginally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoOriginally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoI love it how you purposefully left the beethoven out, even though i told you numerous times that there's no way i can leave it
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I financed my pianos, starting in college, by buying inexpensive used pianos, fixing them up, and then selling them to buy more expensive pianos. While it may not be possible to do that without a lot of luck and knowledge now, buying an inexpensive u
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai vs Ritmuller by cromax @ Yesterday at 04:00 PM

Originally Posted By: andoOriginally Posted By: cromax EDIT: Yes it was kind of a story for selling it but even if the piano was from 2004 he could have selled it later am I right? No. It's a used piano. No dealer keeps a piano in their showroom for
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Jump to new posts Pinblocks & bridges... How long do they last? by Piano Practice @ Yesterday at 03:58 PM

Hello Everyone, Im seriously considering the purchase of either a rebuilt Mason & Hamlin A or Mason & Hamlin AA grand piano, specifically, one made prior to 1930new hammers, strings, etc. Assuming the piano has not been in any adverse c
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai vs Ritmuller by ando @ Yesterday at 03:57 PM

Originally Posted By: cromax EDIT: Yes it was kind of a story for selling it but even if the piano was from 2004 he could have selled it later am I right? No. It's a used piano. No dealer keeps a piano in their showroom for 10 years. It's been taken
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 03:56 PM

Originally Posted By: SvennoOriginally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoI love it how you purposefully left the beethoven out, even though i told you numerous times that there's no way i can leave it out of the program... Why can't
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai vs Ritmuller by cromax @ Yesterday at 03:56 PM

Originally Posted By: andoOriginally Posted By: cromaxOriginally Posted By: andoOriginally Posted By: cromaxYou're right, I should have clarified it better.. The guy said that he sold the piano recently but it wasn't paid until a limit time so they j
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Jump to new posts Re: Question about monitor speakers with keyboard by slowtraveler @ Yesterday at 03:54 PM

Originally Posted By: voxpopsThis is a frequent problem that is cured by placing a mixer or other preamp in the signal chain between instrument and speakers. Even low priced small mixers these days are of good quality and will not color the sound muc
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Svenno @ Yesterday at 03:53 PM

Originally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoI love it how you purposefully left the beethoven out, even though i told you numerous times that there's no way i can leave it out of the program... Why can't you leave it out? Your progr
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai vs Ritmuller by ando @ Yesterday at 03:50 PM

Originally Posted By: cromaxOriginally Posted By: andoOriginally Posted By: cromaxYou're right, I should have clarified it better.. The guy said that he sold the piano recently but it wasn't paid until a limit time so they just took the piano back to
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 03:49 PM

Originally Posted By: SvennoI love it how you purposefully left the beethoven out, even though i told you numerous times that there's no way i can leave it out of the program... Why can't you leave it out? Your program is already enormously lopsided
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 03:48 PM

Originally Posted By: SvennoOriginally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoI think that playing the 3rd mvt of the moonlight alone is as much, or even more of a cliche than playing the 1st mvt alone, yet many pianists have played either
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Svenno @ Yesterday at 03:45 PM

Originally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoCould you finally Please tell me in what order do you think i should play these pieces? Mendelssohn, Grieg, Chopins, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Part. Thanks. I love it how you purposef
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Jump to new posts Re: Digital piano "hissing" by MacMacMac @ Yesterday at 03:42 PM

Forty years ago only the most expensive audio equipment was hiss-free. Not so today. You should hear no hiss at all. If you do, it's either a design defect or a manufacturing defect. Either way it's not acceptable. Take it back!
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 03:40 PM

Originally Posted By: SvennoOriginally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoI think that playing the 3rd mvt of the moonlight alone is as much, or even more of a cliche than playing the 1st mvt alone, yet many pianists have played either
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai vs Ritmuller by cromax @ Yesterday at 03:39 PM

Yeah that was bad from my part should have clarified it better! :s I think the piano is from 2006 but I'm not sure. The warranty would be has any piano on that store, 5 years warranty. EDIT: Yes it was kind of a story for selling it but even if the
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Svenno @ Yesterday at 03:39 PM

Originally Posted By: PolyphonistOriginally Posted By: SvennoI think that playing the 3rd mvt of the moonlight alone is as much, or even more of a cliche than playing the 1st mvt alone, yet many pianists have played either of them alone, at recitals.
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Jump to new posts Re: A new performance experience... Need advice. by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 03:38 PM

Originally Posted By: SvennoCould you finally Please tell me in what order do you think i should play these pieces? Mendelssohn, Grieg, Chopins, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Part.
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