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And sheesh, did I have to end up at the ends of the sets. I mean, really, people tend to remember stuff at the ends.
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Originally Posted By: VidOriginally Posted By: MorodieneOriginally Posted By: VidCan you site sources where scientific knowledge is applied to piano technique and pedagogy? This isn't a challenge to your views at all but I'm genuinely interested in
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Jump to new posts Re: Fully-Rebuilt Pianos Versus New Pianos by KawaiDon @ Today at 03:33 PM

When buying a new piano, one has the opportunity to try the piano and decide if it is right for you. When buying a rebuilt piano in a store, you also have the opportunity to see and hear the completed product. When rebuilding an old piano you are rel
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Jump to new posts Re: Please Help!! by Atrys @ Today at 03:33 PM

Originally Posted By: OliviaWalter 1. keeping the tempo (extremely bad at it) i'm getting faster and faster I'm going to guess that as the music gets more complex, the more difficult it is for you to keep tempo at any bpm. Your gradual outpacing of
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Theoretical tuning sequence by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ Today at 03:33 PM

Originally Posted By: Gadzar Originally Posted By: Mark Cerisano, RPTIf they can detect errors after the tuning, aren't they more accurate than the methods you are now using to tune the temperament? No! The methods I use to tune the temperament are
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Jump to new posts Re: Please Help!! by Art_Vandelay @ Today at 03:27 PM

As far as tempo is concerned, you can simply use the metronome, or even better imo learn to count in your head. You can subdivide the beat depending on the tempo of the piece, ex: 1&2&3&4&. Subdividing will help you notice when the te
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Originally Posted By: AtrysOriginally Posted By: carey Sadly, very few folks receive a "proper" education these days You can tell when you see the amount of false information spread in many areas of artistic pedagogy (piano being principal
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Jump to new posts Re: Fully-Rebuilt Pianos Versus New Pianos by joe80 @ Today at 03:23 PM

I only know the Hamburg rebuilds which are very good. It seems that America has a wealth of very fine rebuilders to choose from which is amazing. Here we have one workshop that can replace soundboards in house, and the rest either don't bother or s
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Jump to new posts Re: Theoretical tuning sequence by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ Today at 03:20 PM

Originally Posted By: OlekWhy wanting to compare beats only at one particular partial match.? How efficient is it? Comparing beats of similar intervals can be precise but from 2 different ones I always find that nebulous. Nebulous? Perhaps. Imp
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Jump to new posts Re: Please Help!! by OliviaWalter @ Today at 03:19 PM

Hi Atrys! I going to search after a better teacher but that will be hard because i'm visiting a music school and he is the only piano teacher available, because we are only 3 piano students ( piano players are dying ) and about my problems: 1. keep
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Originally Posted By: chopin_r_usWhen you think about it forums are the perfect place to do the Turing Test. This one certainly fails! There wasn't a Turing Test being run anywhere. A test that is not run cannot fail.
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Originally Posted By: Vid Just go to all scientific literature in the English language and I will find the answer. No, you won't be able to do that, and you don't need to either. Just perform some searches on some journals as a starting point; it'
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Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by chopin_r_us @ Today at 03:15 PM

When you think about it forums are the perfect place to do the Turing Test. This one certainly fails!
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Originally Posted By: MorodieneOriginally Posted By: VidCan you site sources where scientific knowledge is applied to piano technique and pedagogy? This isn't a challenge to your views at all but I'm genuinely interested in investigating such source
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Jump to new posts Re: Unique by PaintedPostDave @ Today at 03:14 PM

The piano appears to interesting but it is overshadowed by the prose of the ad writer: "loungey jazz improvisations" and "laid-back dabblings at the end of a long day".
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Originally Posted By: chopin_r_usPoetry, art and architecture are the ones you really need to know about. None of those things address the physical act of playing. They may help with artistic ideas (which are really just material happenings in your
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Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by Polyphonist @ Today at 03:11 PM

Originally Posted By: MorodieneWhat's worse is when a bot is allowed to come on this forum and spew out "knowledge" and clog up threads that originally are helpful to those involved. When will this thing get banned? Another thing that's be
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Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by chopin_r_us @ Today at 03:09 PM

Poetry, art and architecture are the ones you really need to know about. Sorry, left out literature!
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Originally Posted By: VidCan you site sources where scientific knowledge is applied to piano technique and pedagogy? This is a good start http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_scientific_journals Studies are a good entry point, but books are nice to
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Jump to new posts Re: Just visited pianist corner by Polyphonist @ Today at 03:07 PM

Originally Posted By: VidThe trolls are well fed today and two of them have teamed up apparently. I wouldn't doubt they are one and the same. If you're thinking of the same ones I am, I very much doubt they are the same individual. But perhaps they
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By the way, do I have to play AFTER the Polyphonist? (shiver...shiver...shake... ...)
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Originally Posted By: VidCan you site sources where scientific knowledge is applied to piano technique and pedagogy? This isn't a challenge to your views at all but I'm genuinely interested in investigating such sources and find out what scientific
Pianist Corner
Can you site sources where scientific knowledge is applied to piano technique and pedagogy? This isn't a challenge to your views at all but I'm genuinely interested in investigating such sources and find out what scientific research offers to the fi
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Originally Posted By: chopin_r_us As does history and geography. What's your point? History and geography do not help address the act of piano playing insofar as the paying apparatus/mechanism. Physics does. Physiology does. Psychology does. Neuro
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Adjusting Sound During Restringing by A443 @ Today at 03:02 PM

Originally Posted By: BillJZMy reason for asking is I'm typically finding 20 to 50 year old pianos that I love the tone of most of the piano, but the last 8-12 treble strings sound really thin and metallic with little harmonics or the the last 8 or 1
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