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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by 8 Octaves @ 02/24/17 05:27 PM

Apologies for my ignorance on Steingraeber pianos.... Does the Phoenix pianos all have carbon fiber soundboards? Does a carbon fiber soundboard mean the soundboard won't expand and contract due to environmental humidity? Does carbon fiber soundboa
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Jump to new posts Re: How did your first years of practice go? by Steven Carr @ 02/24/17 05:16 PM

I have been playing since September 2016 , so 6 months. Today, I actually managed to pick out the right hand for the chorus of 'Flieger , gruss mir die Sonne' by ear. I was astonished, because I never was able to do the simplest tunes by ear. So I
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2017 by scorpio @ 02/24/17 05:15 PM

Originally Posted By MontunoDoes the lawyer work Pro Bobo?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By music4thoughtThank you Morodiene, spanishbuddha, essBrace, and Doug M. If I understand correctly, the only things I'll miss by getting the FP90 instead of the RD2000 are: -- Live abilities -- Better (significantly?) sounds outsi
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Greatest piano work by nationality by Mark_C @ 02/24/17 05:05 PM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusI purposely omitted nationalities where the possible choices would be so numerous that the question becomes somewhat silly. Hence no Polish, Russian, German. I think "Polish," at least, would be extremely i
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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by Miguel Rey @ 02/24/17 05:00 PM

I think the fair question is how would one compare the Phoenix vs similarly priced instruments. I don't think many Steingraeber aficionados will ever agree that the instruments are remotely similar and will always favor the original. I know if I
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I was privileged to play a Bosendorfer Imperial Grand several months last year for a large choir, and I have played many full size Steinways over the years. To me, the Steinways were the finest pianos I ever played, whereas the Bosie was another life
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2017 by Montuno @ 02/24/17 04:56 PM

Originally Posted By RalphianoI think Bobo just hired a lawyer. You infringers are in trouble now! Does the lawyer work Pro Bobo?
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2017 by Montuno @ 02/24/17 04:54 PM

Originally Posted By scorpio5. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Arranged by David Nevue https://youtu.be/ej0IEg1Pu_A This is great. I purchased a number of Nevue scores for Christmas and this was one of them. So I will also try to learn
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland RD-300s Restoration Pics by pworld @ 02/24/17 04:54 PM

You mentioned replacing the felt. This is an area I am most interested in as it affects the feel of the keyboard so much. So how did you find the new and improved felt? I am curious how we can change the feel of our pianos by choosing an appropriat
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Jump to new posts Re: Greatest piano work by nationality by Damon @ 02/24/17 04:52 PM

The greatest Polish piece by the greatest Polish composer and performed by the greatest interpreter of Poles.
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Jump to new posts Re: Ninth Boston International Piano Competition by Mark_C @ 02/24/17 04:51 PM

Aliao: I wonder if you're someone that some of us know! Without blowing your anonymity, can I ask, does your last name begin with M? (Don't worry, I probably won't ask anything else.)
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Stephen Hough is a big fan of Fazioli and the Yamaha CFX.
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Jump to new posts Re: Piano Exam Group by sara elizabeth @ 02/24/17 04:49 PM

My teacher has suggested that I do my grade 3 exam either in June or August. Of course it is up to me whether I want to take the exam at all. What value have you guys found in preparing for the exam? I'm worried about getting bored of playing the sam
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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by SonatainfSharp @ 02/24/17 04:48 PM

There are a few peaks in the recording, but with high quality headphones I thought the overall sound (minus the peaks) was actually very good. There is too much room reverb for my taste, but I am probably in the minority on that aspect.
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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by johnstaf @ 02/24/17 04:46 PM

Originally Posted By RealPlayerI'm late to this thread, and haven't read it all, but I listened to the initial video and agree that the sound is odd. Must be because of the way it's miked. The piano's tone (as recorded) reminds me of a clavichord!
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2017 by Ralphiano @ 02/24/17 04:41 PM

I think Bobo just hired a lawyer. You infringers are in trouble now!
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I've attended Angela Hewitt concerts twice in the past year, and of course she uses Fazioli. Here in NYC, it's supplied by Faust Harrison, here on 58 Street. Funny experience. Hewitt played marvelously, and then a the intermission the FH tech came ou
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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by PhoenixPianos @ 02/24/17 04:35 PM

No problem - thanks for clearing it up! Originally Posted By master88erOriginally Posted By PhoenixPianos I'm still confused about the "not new" comment though Russell... I apologize, and was obviously in error. I made that assumption ba
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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by master88er @ 02/24/17 04:34 PM

Originally Posted By AJBRussell, have you seen and played them both? They are both C212s? They are both excellent of course, but I am puzzled why you think they are "vastly different". The relationship between Hurstwood and Steingraeber
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2017 by Birdgolf @ 02/24/17 04:33 PM

Twinkle Twinkle Big Star Scorpio. Dazzling!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
My day job is teaching Software Engineering at a state university. Rule number one is don't reinvent the wheel! If you find the piano technician software offerings too limited, then I'd suggest looking at software for people who do very similar thi
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Jump to new posts Re: Phoenix by trigalg693 @ 02/24/17 04:24 PM

Originally Posted By johnstaf The Phoenix 212 on the site is £56,325.40 inc VAT. Correct, the post right under the one you quoted contained the correction... I assume they simply forgot to update the website for a while, because those were the
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Jump to new posts Re: Nice Video - kudos to PianoCraft by P W Grey @ 02/24/17 04:21 PM

Hi Keith, NICE job! Pwg
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Mechanical problems with tangents by Sverre @ 02/24/17 04:20 PM

Originally Posted By BDBThere are diagrams on the internet that will give you the names of all the parts. You should refer to one. What I would check is whether the jack spring is broken, or the jack's center pin joint is too tight. Thanks BDB, I
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