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Jump to new posts Re: Roland & Lang Lang by doremi @ 6 minutes 29 seconds ago

Everyone here really enjoy a 100-piano performance? As for me, just so so, but I do enjoy a good circus stunt I would probably in most cases prefer a well-orchestrated performance with only 1 piano
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Jump to new posts Re: Godowsky - An American Idyll by Tim Adrianson @ 7 minutes 22 seconds ago

Polyphonist, a very skillful evocation of Godowsky's "style", IMO -- I believe he would have presented these "chestnuts" with the same type of semi-improvisatory nonchalance that is just very charming and satisfying. Actually, I
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 3 against 2. How to learn, practice? by Mr. Franz @ 13 minutes 4 seconds ago

Originally Posted By verqueueOne of the Nouvelles etudes by Chopin is based on 3 against 2 if I remember correctly. I don't know your level, so can't tell if it's managable for you. Yes, it's the first one! It's a wonderful ├ętude. It's how I origi
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Jump to new posts Re: New - Godowsky : "Alt Wien" for Polyphonist and others by Tim Adrianson @ 18 minutes 34 seconds ago

Bruce, just a quick note that I like the sound quality for Alt Wien somewhat better than the Intermezzi, and so I would stick to the revisions that you made in mike placement and gain. I actually didn't notice too much difference in tempo between th
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Jump to new posts Re: a few pesky notes louder than others by Radio.Octave @ 19 minutes 47 seconds ago

I have 3 acoustic panels, sort of like in the post above, but they're on stands. I've positioned them all around the room, but I can't seem to tame those few notes in the F5 area. As a little experiment, I put a panel on each side of my bench and
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Jump to new posts Re: How do you protect your fingers/hands (or not)? by Michael Sayers @ 26 minutes 42 seconds ago

Originally Posted By gooddogOriginally Posted By Stubbie I'd add opening jars--in the past, I've done damage trying to get lids to budge. Easy solution for opening jars: I keep a small flathead screwdriver in my kitchen. Slip the end of it under th
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: I Teach Total Beginners to Play by Ear by AZNpiano @ 34 minutes 14 seconds ago

I teach Happy Birthday by ear as soon as students learn the I, IV, and V7 chords. Jingle Bells work well, too. Not a big fan of Twinkle Twinkle. However, this occurs when students get into the 3A book of the method book series, which takes anywher
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Jump to new posts Re: Perception of tones, partials and beats by Chris Leslie @ 41 minutes 15 seconds ago

You have already shown it with your graphs.
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Jump to new posts Re: Seiler ED 186 by terminaldegree @ 41 minutes 43 seconds ago

In addition to Sam's good information, you can read more here (near the bottom of the page): http://www.pianobuyer.com/fall14/190.html
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: How do you protect your fingers/hands (or not)? by verqueue @ 45 minutes 43 seconds ago

I love climbing too. The hardest route I leaded was 5.11a and I don't think I'll do 5.11b in nearest future, I don't want to push myself too hard, because of my fingers. I don't like two-finger pockets, but I can use them. I don't use one-finger poc
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Why do samples sound different from an acoustic piano? by dewster @ 49 minutes 2 seconds ago

Originally Posted By Alexander BorroMy impression from all of this what I learned so far is I really don't think these budget USB audio interfaces for the kind of setup where you use headphones and/or monitors with a piano using MIDI over USB offer a
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Jump to new posts Re: Warning: Explicit Image by Rich Galassini @ 49 minutes 10 seconds ago

Originally Posted By RetsacnalDid someone try to roll it up the ramp and snap the leg off? I was not there but that is what appears to have happened. Full disclosure - this is not my piano. This picture was emailed to me by a colleague.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Complete beginner with a few questions by Ataru074 @ 55 minutes 9 seconds ago

Originally Posted By alexk3954 learning to play jazz piano. I would like to develop a repertoire of jazz standards and learn as much as I can about improvisation. I would also like to learn about the blues, but at this time I don't have an interest
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: I Teach Total Beginners to Play by Ear by MaggieGirl @ 57 minutes 5 seconds ago

Originally Posted By John v.d.BrookFor social occasions, all students should learn at least these three: Happy Birthday Auld Lang Syne Star Spangled Banner (US students) At least that's what we do here. HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am laugh
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: How do you protect your fingers/hands (or not)? by MarkH @ 57 minutes 38 seconds ago

I'm somewhat into rock climbing, but I have given myself permission not even to bother with routes that are especially crimpy or have only one- or two-finger pockets. I also try to be very conscientious about my hand position and tension whenever I'
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Support Sight by EM Deeka @ Today at 05:28 PM

Originally Posted By R_B... It is a flexible funding project, so it looks like she will forfeit 9% - OUCH ! Well, cost o' doin' biz, I guess. ... I guess even Paypal would have taken 10-12%
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I've only returned one DP. My experience with Musicians Friend was that the customer has to pay for the free shipping to the customers house and the shipping cost to return it. It's not as bad as it appears though since MF ships at a discounted rat
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Metronomes - good or bad? by zrtf90 @ Today at 05:16 PM

Originally Posted By ZikOThe topic is about whether one needs metronome. And my answer is not to force oneself to use it at the beginning and not always!Which I agree with but I responded to your point that "You must know notes and chords before
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: grotrian steinweg:real or fake by coollagoon @ Today at 05:16 PM

I love GS and YAMAHA
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP 535 - opinions by Johan B @ Today at 05:15 PM

Originally Posted By KerrrmitHi everyone First of all sorry for my english. Im amateur pianist (autodidact), like to play classical music. I'm most interested on Yamaha model CLP 535, but i can't find good review of this model. Only top (585, 575) an
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Perception of tones, partials and beats by BDB @ Today at 05:10 PM

Originally Posted By Chris Leslie The complexity of inharmonic piano tone waveform would completely scramble such fundamental waves, and any such beating at that level would be obviously swamped by the greater intensity of actual partial coincident
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: grotrian steinweg:real or fake by coollagoon @ Today at 05:10 PM

Hello Music P I am surprise to read that there are fake/knock off GS, would anyone go that far to make a fake GS? Highly unlikely. Where are you in the Philippines? I have a GS for sale, its been with me for 45 years and the pianist has won numer
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Recital Supportive Thread. by wimpiano @ Today at 05:10 PM

Originally Posted By zrtf90I don't know what strategies you've been using but if you've not done this in block chords yet that would be my first port of call. Block chords means moving the whole hand over the chord at once rather than one finger at a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Complete beginner with a few questions by Jytte @ Today at 05:08 PM

One of these days a neighbour is gonna knock on your door and tell you "I think you missed a note in bar x"... they will know it as well as you LOL
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Support Sight by Spitfire @ Today at 05:06 PM

Another question. If the goal isn't met and you commitvto the three books for $50 will you still be sent 2&3 when they are done?
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