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Reading this thread, I've thought of you again, Timothy = Thread Just make sure you really want to prepare to enter the conservatory. Learning for exams and learning just for sake of learning can be very different. The way it is in Spain, I thin
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: lifetime of well maintained higher class upright pianos? by terminaldegree @ Yesterday at 11:27 AM

You live in Minneapolis. There's no such thing as a 100 year old piano in decent condition!! (At least, not without a ton of rebuilding work) For that matter, I can't cite a good, original condition piano I ever played in 8 years of living/teaching/
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By MuoveQuote: ... Grades 6,7,8 are considerably harder than grades 1,2,3 for adults who never played piano as a child. Having played a lot of piano while very young is the key. My children found grades 1,2,3 hardest, but they gli
Adult Beginners Forum
To all: I don't know what "Conservatory" means in your countries, but here it is something like "Official School of Music". In general, it's children who start at it, but there are possibilities for adults too. If we can start at
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by Keith D Kerman @ Yesterday at 11:21 AM

Hi AJB, When I say radically different I am referring to the Phoenix belly vs the Steingraeber belly which is a classically designed belly with a solid spruce soundboard and maple capped bridge with controlled down bearing. I think maybe you though
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Almost certainly natural wood. Ebonized finishes were rare on uprights unless they were expensive models before WWII.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: RD-2000 or CP4? by Macsaint777 @ Yesterday at 11:17 AM

Doug and James, thank you both for your input! Doug, like Dave you have been very thorough in your response. I have played a CP4 for a bit in a store a few months back, I wasn't really considering it at the time, just messing around. I remember not l
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Losing your old teacher by AJB @ Yesterday at 11:17 AM

Very interesting post. PD. I was super enthusiastic as a young child when I started, but my memories of my first teacher (Mrs Grimes - with the emphasis on grim) are that she was a a crazy old lady who used to hit me over the knuckles with a wooden
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best Way to Clean an Old Antique Alligator Finish? by Steve Senseney @ Yesterday at 11:12 AM

Is this a natural wood or ebonized finish?
Adult Beginners Forum
Timothy, what you said you are going to do is the first you need to do: Get information from your Conservatory. Maybe they talk to you about it themselves, but if they don't, what you need is a teacher who knows about the exams to enter the Conserva
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Scale Harmonization by cmajornine @ Yesterday at 11:07 AM

For an explanation on Harmonization see http://www.thejazzpianosite.com/jazz-piano-lessons/the-basics/harmonisation Download This Midi File on Scale Voicings. https://app.box.com/s/lx66byywmkbexqq0h3k3h1no7agsfbcx The data file is in Midi Format.
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Jump to new posts Re: Greatest piano work by nationality by BruceD @ Yesterday at 11:04 AM

Originally Posted By pianoloverus[....]the question becomes somewhat silly.[...]
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: PHA-50 key action issue.. am I being fussy? by Monnet @ Yesterday at 11:01 AM

Originally Posted By Goss*update* Well, disappointing. The tech did some tests with other PHA-50 equipped key actions, and found similar discrepancies with all of them - he tried 3 pianos. He contacted Roland, and they responded this issue cannot b
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Jump to new posts Piano Picture by Justin Davis @ Yesterday at 10:56 AM

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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: RD-2000 or CP4? by Doug M. @ Yesterday at 10:51 AM

Originally Posted By Kawai JamesI'm a big fan of the CP4, perhaps more so the EPs than the APs. I have yet to try the RD-2000, but wasn't bowled over by the RD-800's EPs. The CP4 is an older model, but it's still a great board in my opinion. Howev
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Pure 5ths Temperament? by UnrightTooner @ Yesterday at 10:50 AM

Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTTune an 8:4 octave and then try to tune all pure 5ths within it? Are you saying there will be no wolf? Not possible IMHO. The test for an 8:4 octave is the m6/M3 test. Like F3-C#4 beats the same as C#4-F4. Got
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Jump to new posts Re: Opinions Please - Boston vs Charles Walter by Karl Watson @ Yesterday at 10:46 AM

cmb13: Not even close. Chas. Walter every time. Karl Watson, Staten Island, NY
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Elderly Students by SonatainfSharp @ Yesterday at 10:46 AM

When I was a brand new teacher out of college at 22 years old, my second student was a woman older than 80. It was fabulous! My oldest student now is a very young 66.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: RD-2000 or CP4? by Doug M. @ Yesterday at 10:46 AM

Originally Posted By Macsaint777 From what I can surmise from YouTube videos, the V-Piano sounds in the RD-2000 sound good, but there is a realism to the CP4 sound that modeled pianos don't seem to have. Now, I know many of you here have the CP4 and
Piano Forum
I think people are forgetting the strength of the USD over the GPB and Euro. These price savings probably wouldn't be so much if we were talking about this a few years ago. Nonetheless, it doesn't make it not true. I would hope US Dealers are ta
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: wnat to improve sightreading by dogperson @ Yesterday at 10:44 AM

You need to differentiate the difference between developing 'sight reading' and developing 'reading' skills. Sight reading means you play through at a reasonably accurate tempo and believable (not accurate) notation, without stopping. Think about
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by Miguel Rey @ Yesterday at 10:36 AM

Originally Posted By trigalg693Well it seems I need to make a correction, I went on their website and it seems between yesterday and today the prices have been changed quite a bit. Now they are just slightly discounted to the equivalent size Steingra
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Writing a fugue(without a prelude before it?) by SonatainfSharp @ Yesterday at 10:32 AM

Study lots of fugues, then write one. You can either follow all of the rules of a fugue and counterpoint, or just write whatever the heck you want. That's the beauty of composing (and the arts in general)! You don't have to answer to anyone but your
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Client database ideas? (Need some experienced input) by P W Grey @ Yesterday at 10:27 AM

Rick, If it integrates seamlessly with Quickbooks you've got a sure customer here. Pwg
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