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Cheryl, thanks again for the organization! I have printed out the program. Question: On Friday, do we meet directly at the Palazzo Clerici? If yes: Is the Address "Via Clerici, 5"?
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There is a free to use test that scores your sight reading, giving you a better idea as to where you stand in your training or experience level. its at standardassessmentofsightreadin.com (SASR)
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Silent Grand (SH system) by Davdoc @ 06/27/16 05:17 PM

Thank you, gnuboi. The reason I asked was that, I believe in the past on this forum, silent mechanisms would have to adjust some part of the action that would make playing pianissimo more challenging. Apparently newer systems fixed that. I am also
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Silent Grand (SH system) by Davdoc @ 06/27/16 05:07 PM

Thank you, oldmancoyote.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by ClsscLib @ 06/27/16 05:00 PM

Originally Posted By coasterHee hee, it's starting to feel like my Arabesque will go down in history as the easy piece that got someone to the Cliburn semis... I put everything I had into that performance, though. I know it sounds dumb to say (and
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: And .. . The Best Looking Digital is. . . by bennevis @ 06/27/16 04:49 PM

If someone had told me at the beginning of 2010 that I would, within a few months, buy a "piano" that didn't look like any piano I'd ever touched with a barge pole, I'd have told him/her to take a walk (= "hike" in USA). And I en
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Headphone socket switch - tired of pulling it out... by PianoWorksATL @ 06/27/16 04:48 PM

For the P45, there is no way around and, yes, the headphone jack location is a little inconvenient. My suggestion is to invest in better headphones. They will offer better sound than the speakers ever will, and if you find a pair that is also comfo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: And .. . The Best Looking Digital is. . . by ClsscLib @ 06/27/16 04:41 PM

I don't own one and never have, but I like those red pianos.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by Damon @ 06/27/16 04:38 PM

So... who enjoyed Clark Van Griffith's rewrite of Chopin? Do you think it hurt him with the judges?
Pianist Corner
A slightly more unusual one on my to do list--L. 131, K. 428 A Major, really nice. I don't conceive of this as being so detached, but this is a good performance: https://youtu.be/4JzZQJx1FU0 Others . . . E-flat, L 20, K. 51: https://youtu.be/oH0XZ2
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: And .. . The Best Looking Digital is. . . by ElmerJFudd @ 06/27/16 04:32 PM

On the opposite side of the specrum... Roland KF-10? Although, going with a blue tooth pedal would have let them get rid of that cable on the triple pedal. But then... how to get power to the piano.... it also has an external PSU. screws the lo
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Good luck with your lesson. Sounds like you are doing great! Hope you pass everything. I haven't started Mexican Hat Dance yet. I'm working on some of my other books and giving Book 2 a little break. I'll get to it soon though.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: And .. . The Best Looking Digital is. . . by ElmerJFudd @ 06/27/16 04:31 PM

Avant Grand N3, no?
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Jump to new posts 100+ Year Old Reed Organ Sounds Like an Orchestra by Piano World @ 06/27/16 04:26 PM

A good friend of ours owns a beautiful 100+ year old Mason & Hamlin reed organ (pump organ). He didn't want to alter the appearance but wanted to get more sound from the instrument. Don is a carpenter and cabinet maker, as well as an expert at
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Discussing stretch with a professional tuner by bellspiano @ 06/27/16 04:24 PM

Some business-related thoughts: The two "included" tunings have been paid for by you to the store, and then by the store to the tech -- so the tech's customer at this point is the store. Now I would have been perfectly happy to respond to
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: And .. . The Best Looking Digital is. . . by TonyB @ 06/27/16 04:24 PM

Though it wasn't the most important consideration, this does look great in my living room... www.roland.com/products/v-piano_grand Tony
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By JohnSprung That's amazing for just a year and a half. One funny thing about the video is that the piano looks like a toy. Are you extremely tall, like Rach himself? What make and model was it? I'm only 6 feet tall, and t
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New U3 or 1996 C1 or 2000 C2 by gnuboi @ 06/27/16 04:09 PM

Don't go too deep analyzing tones, just go by your own preferences. For me, the first time I played an RX it was like, oh that's nice, sounds like a piano I guess. Then I played a bunch of others and heard different things here and there most of wh
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Avantgrand N2 - 6 months on by proteal @ 06/27/16 04:05 PM

Originally Posted By enzo.sandrolini tuna corda One of the best typos I've ever seen!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Young Chang piano by gnuboi @ 06/27/16 04:02 PM

What is the dealer like? Do they seem like honest people? If so you can trust them on the age and condition. Otherwise, find the serial number and search for yourself. How do you like the sound and touch? This piano is likely many times better t
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Upgrade from 2014 K-6 to Baby Grand? by gnuboi @ 06/27/16 04:00 PM

An RX-2 for the same price WITHOUT trading in your K-6 more than beats a smaller Boston no matter what the salesperson says how great they might be. Kawai builds Boston in case you didn't know that On paper, the RX-2 has neotex keytops and their c
Piano Forum
The CS all have an action that is very similar to the grand design but it's not the actual acoustic action like Yamaha uses in their hybrids. The CS-10 (and 11) have a soundboard which works and sounds pretty darn well. That would be the only part
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by coaster @ 06/27/16 03:50 PM

Originally Posted By Mark_COriginally Posted By coaster....Interesting side note: recently I found an old program of a recital of winners from some competition in the DC area, and there was Chris listed... as the 3rd place winner in whatever divisio
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha Silent Grand (SH system) by gnuboi @ 06/27/16 03:46 PM

There shouldn't be any different in acoustic mode. A silent piano is a normal piano with digital add-ons that do not affect normal acoustic play. In silent mode the hammers are blocked from the strings and sensors are used to tell the computer whic
Adult Beginners Forum
Play a chord, hold it for a couple beats, and then see how slowly you can lift your hand from the keys. That should give you an idea how little it actually takes to hold the keys down. It's less than the weight of your completely relaxed arm. T
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