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Jump to new posts Re: Lady Gaga... by PM7 @ Today at 02:18 PM

Originally Posted By NikolasApparently not, since you keep offering a negative opinion on millions of people (if not billions). Confirmed. I have a bad opinion on lots of people, including many aspects of my own abilities and character. Originall
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Jump to new posts OT: Copy.com closes down by TheodorN @ Today at 02:07 PM

Hello everyone, Has anybody been using Copy.com? They've closed the shop. I didn't use it much, found the interface rather confusing and not intuitive. Shared a file once on the Casio forums, hopefully nobody will need it in the future. I li
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 41 --- Call For Submissions by Alexander Borro @ Today at 01:56 PM

I got a recording down this evening too, first one, also count me in with another Einaudi piece Underwood from in a time lapse. By far the longest I ever did to date. The piece clocked in at 4:20 Einaudi, the original was 4:18, but perhaps that is
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Jump to new posts Re: An impro by hreichgott @ Today at 01:48 PM

It's really fun I don't know if I understand the reference/background but I enjoyed listening. Heather
Piano Teachers Forum
I agree that your son is doing very well. As he grows he will gain more control for nuance and expression, but for his age, you should be proud. Also, while I am not fond of doing lots of technical exercises, I do realize that there are some people w
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Jump to new posts Re: EUROPEAN PIANO PARTY 2016 - MILAN ITALY - 2 JULY by casinitaly @ Today at 01:46 PM

Oh, WOW, !! Very exciting!!! Can't wait to meet you in person!!!!!!
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Jump to new posts Re: EUROPEAN PIANO PARTY 2016 - MILAN ITALY - 2 JULY by Piano World @ Today at 01:38 PM

Booking flights as we speak. Thanks for all the info. We arrive 30 June 8:30 am Will be leaving from Venice on 7 July. Very excited! Have to book our hotels next.
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Jump to new posts Re: At age 45, what are the limitations? by laguna_greg @ Today at 01:37 PM

You might also consider a degree in music history, or theory/composition, both or which would require minimal piano skills.
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Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Group by NorwichTim @ Today at 01:35 PM

Good job Cymbliss and Montuno on Scherzino. I have found all of Rachel's selections very enjoyable to study and play. Montuno, when I worked on that piece mine sounded very much like your 4 Feb post. I felt it was close to what Rachel demonstrated a
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Jump to new posts Re: Student not ready for exam by Morodiene @ Today at 01:32 PM

Since you gave her a deadline of the end of February, you should stick with that. When that time comes around, however, I would have a conversation with her if things aren't up to snuff. Let her know that you are doubtful, and list the reasons why (b
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Jump to new posts Re: An impro by laguna_greg @ Today at 01:31 PM

Very cool, and well played!
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Originally Posted By briangmoore Just listened to it! Theres a lot good there! You played through the "hard" part very smoothly, sounds good (I still can't do that--working on getting the fingering right, need to practice it more). The o
Pianist Corner
Thanks Greg. I'll take a look.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By argerichfanHands down (so to speak) one of my favourites in the E minor, Hoboken 34. (Easy to locate on IMSLP.) For some reason the transition from 2nd to 3rd movement is always an 'ah!' moment. Recently I heard our local keyboa
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Originally Posted By argerichfanHands down (so to speak) one of my favourites in the E minor, Hoboken 34. (Easy to locate on IMSLP.) For some reason the transition from 2nd to 3rd movement is always an 'ah!' moment. Recently I heard our local keyboa
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By Mental NomadOriginally Posted By Kawai James - Improved note-on timing, with ability to trigger notes from the let-off point This is an interesting (and valuable) tidbit I've yet to see anywhere else. There are two (2) other d
Piano Forum
Keep in mind that most pianos get brighter or louder with playing, and the hammers compact. The K&C will probably climb just right in tone, while the Hallet Davis is already there, and may climb too bright with play. The longer K&C usually
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai MP11 XLR versus Jack output level by Mr Zaxels @ Today at 01:13 PM

Bear in mind, most audio interfaces with XLR inputs have said XLR input routed directly to a mic preamp, which assumes a much lower signal level than line level. XLR to 1/4 TRS can be done directly through a male-female plug or just a cable with dif
Pianist Corner
There is a specific period of time in a musician's life where they can and must devote most of their waking hours to developing themselves technically and artistically. It's usually in the early adult years, and everybody has to go through it if the
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Role of each sensor in a triple sensor system by spanishbuddha @ Today at 01:13 PM

See the Kawai MP keyboard touch explanation.
Pianist Corner
Hands down (so to speak) one of my favourites in the E minor, Hoboken 34. (Easy to locate on IMSLP.) For some reason the transition from 2nd to 3rd movement is always an 'ah!' moment. Recently I heard our local keyboardist Byron Schenkman give a siz
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hallet, Davis & Co. vs Kohler & Campbell by Ramzi @ Today at 01:09 PM

Sounds good. Thanks for the advice! I'll go back to the store this weekend to test both with a bigger variety of pieces
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By ghosthand This is why young progidies can be excellent at technique, but it seems that you need to mature as a human being - call it AGE - before you can get the real musical understanding. If you listen to a recording, there is
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hallet, Davis & Co. vs Kohler & Campbell by Rickster @ Today at 01:03 PM

I tend to agree with Ben_NZ; the longer model K&C would likely serve you well and retain a bit more resale value. I know many members here discourage buyers from considering resale possibilities as part of their choice, and to stick with the here
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best digital piano under 1500$ by Charles Cohen @ Today at 01:01 PM

FWIW - If you can stretch your budget to buy the Roland F140, it's a good choice. You have good taste. The Yamaha GHS action is lighter than most acoustic pianos. The GH action is heavier, nicer to play, closer to an acoustic grand piano.
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