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Kempff, Ciccolini--both most anything Maria Tipo for Scarlatti, also.
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By WalkingintheAirBecause of various things going on, I'm not able to sign up for lessons and classes for a couple months. I would really like to learn to recognize notes and chords by ear. I have no idea where to begin. For the
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: looking for an orchestra to play with by MiguelSousa @ Yesterday at 01:35 PM

Yes and thank you so much for all the help. Now I'm applying to jobs as staff accompanist. Meanwhile, I am working in Interlochen for the summer as a collaborative pianist.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beat rate generator and the PTG tuning exam by Bill Bremmer RPT @ Yesterday at 01:27 PM

After the firestorm I created among the PTG examiners by asking a simple question, I got the Sanderson Beat Rater by UPS on Thursday. I had personally never needed such a thing but I do try to help a lot of people gain and perfect tuning skills. I
Pianist Corner
Yes, I have a book about him and his principles of teaching,   in which he prolonged the pre sheets period even up to a year, dedicating lessons to playing by ear . Unfortunately it is not mentioned on the basis of which repertoire; I hope f
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Alfred's Basic and ALL in One Adult Piano Course Book #1 by TX-Bluebonnet @ Yesterday at 01:21 PM

Well, I suddenly got slowed down on "Why am I Blue." I pretty much have the notes down, but my timing is way off, with major hesitations between nearly all the bars. If I remember correctly, I don't think I ever got it fully up to par last
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Unfamiliar concerto at a competition = bad idea? by boo1234 @ Yesterday at 01:19 PM

I wish they woukd ban certain concertos. Not that i have anything against them, but having all the contestants play the same ones over and over at major competitons again gets old. I'm looking at you rach 2/3, tchaikovsky 1, prokofiev 2&3, chopi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Casio PX160 observations by Possum SP280Krome @ Yesterday at 01:17 PM

Went to Sam Ash and tried it out for the first time and I would says overall its positive for the price range. The sound coming out was fuller, clearer and much more pleasant than the PX150. I think there are 5 piano varitions: Perhaps Concert, Gran
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai GX-2 or Estonia 168 by terminaldegree @ Yesterday at 01:16 PM

Welcome to the forum. Either one of these pianos is far better than any piano I had from the time I started playing at the age of 5, to the time I entered a conservatory as a piano performance major at 18. Neither would provide any limitations to a
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Jump to new posts Re: Beethoven Op.13 1st movement by symphonicdance @ Yesterday at 01:06 PM

Minority listens to majority. So, which's more popularly play by renowned pianists?
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Jump to new posts Re: European Piano Party 2015 in Switzerland! by casinitaly @ Yesterday at 01:02 PM

Wonderful party. Pics to come, promise!!! Nikolas, SwissMs and I played the first duet in your Treble in Fairyland!
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Jump to new posts Re: Beginner trying to self teach to recognize notes by ear by TX-Bluebonnet @ Yesterday at 12:59 PM

Originally Posted By fizikistoThis kind of identification (based on the distance between the notes) is called relative pitch. It's actually much more useful to musicians than perfect pitch and I would highly recommend you spend some time developing
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Alfred's Basic and All in One Adult Piano Course Book #2 by blackjack1777 @ Yesterday at 12:58 PM

Hi, I'm about to finish up Alfred's All in One Level #1 in the next month or so. I was wondering for the people that continued on to Level #2 if you're enjoying it as much as the first one? Also, would you consider it to be a similar challenge as
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Question about Diminished Arpeggios (AMEB) by LookinforDP @ Yesterday at 12:54 PM

umm, i think arpeggios are not built up the same way as chords so that's where comes the mixing up .
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Jump to new posts Re: Pros and Cons of posting prices paid for pianos. by ClsscLib @ Yesterday at 12:51 PM

Originally Posted By Ed McMorrow, RPTSince a Non-Disclosure Agreement is a private contract-Tort Law would apply.... Well, no. Not in the U.S. and other common law jurisdictions, anyway. It's a contract, so contract law -- not tort law -- applie
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Jump to new posts Re: Beat rate generator and the PTG tuning exam by Bill Bremmer RPT @ Yesterday at 12:47 PM

Originally Posted By Chris LeslieI would not say using an ear horn would be cheating. Maybe I will get myself one! Beethoven must have cheated!
Adult Beginners Forum
BTW Dogperson, have you seen or played any of those Sarasota Keys pianos?
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Pros and Cons of posting prices paid for pianos. by Markarian @ Yesterday at 12:38 PM

I think the main reasons, from a buyer standpoint, that one WOULDN'T want to post the price they paid would be: 1) Hurting their own resale value down the road. 2) Souring their relationship with the dealer, who is often the most important local pi
Adult Beginners Forum
Dogperson, just to be clear, the comment of mine that you quoted above was in response to Frank's link about a pianist in Toronto who pushes his own piano (on a dolly) to a public place to play for tips. And this guy isn't homeless either. The pian
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Blowing dust off grand piano soundboard? by Bill Bremmer RPT @ Yesterday at 12:32 PM

Originally Posted By joggerjazzBill, or whomever. Do you clean the soundboard if you find curling decals on the soundboard? I would like to clean a Wurlitzer grand I just tuned on my next visit but the decal is half way to the strings and the decal i
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By ShiroKuroFrank, thanks for the link! I'd like to hear more of his playing. (A quick google search didn't reveal much). Also, I thought the piano sounded pretty good, I wonder what moving it around like that all the time does for
Adult Beginners Forum
Frank, thanks for the link! I'd like to hear more of his playing. (A quick google search didn't reveal much). Also, I thought the piano sounded pretty good, I wonder what moving it around like that all the time does for the tuning! And I wonder if he
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 15th Tchaikovsky Competition, June 10-July 3 by newport @ Yesterday at 12:22 PM

Can't help but reflect on would Chaikovsky (sic :-) suffered the same fate in the current political atmosphere in the 'Motherland' :-) I read Tchaikovsky's diary on his trip to NYC during what turned out to be his last days, and it was pure joy!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai GX-2 or Estonia 168 by maurus @ Yesterday at 12:21 PM

Which one do you like better while playing and listening?
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By MorodienePersonally, I love it when a student brings a piece they are passionate about. It gives me insight as to what they like, if nothing else, and sometimes I can even offer suggestions on how to play it better, what chords t
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