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Jump to new posts Re: Marche Funèbre d'une Marionette by PhilipInChina @ Yesterday at 04:06 AM

Originally Posted By: RetsacnalOriginally Posted By: Karl WatsonSt.Mark 5:9 I love it! Thanks Karl--that made my day! I wonder if there aren't "many" who grow disenchanted. I can't speak for Marty, of course, but I've noticed when I sear
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Jump to new posts page-turning for tablets by Barly @ Yesterday at 04:02 AM

I know there are several wireless pedals available to turn the page when one uses a tablet for sheet music, but are there other ways, too? I find I'm using my feet for those pedals my piano came with already. Or is this something one gets used to, i
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital piano in dryer room by AaronH @ Yesterday at 04:00 AM

[img:center]http://i.imgur.com/bVhc99s.jpg[/img] This is the setup. Piano is on the left, dryer is on the right. The codes are interesting, do they apply in Australia?
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Jump to new posts Re: Ibach baby grand by PhilipInChina @ Yesterday at 03:59 AM

Originally Posted By: wimpianoThey had a K added to their model number. If it's not one of the Korea models, by all means, go for it but always have it checked out by an independent tech. +1. Get it checked. If it checks out make an offer. The ven
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Jump to new posts Re: Ibach baby grand by wimpiano @ Yesterday at 03:52 AM

They had a K added to their model number. If it's not one of the Korea models, by all means, go for it but always have it checked out by an independent tech.
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Jump to new posts Vertegrand pressure bar loosening by Chris Leslie @ Yesterday at 03:47 AM

I have been regularly tuning a particular Vertegrand K for a few years. Unfortunately, this piano is about the most difficult piano that I deal with to render the treble strings. I can never really finely tweak strings, and getting near to a fine tun
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Sight Reading and large intervals by ZikO @ Yesterday at 03:45 AM

I am actually learning a piece and trying to play from notes. This is probably not the Sight Reading as I titled this post. My apologies for misconception. I would simply like to avoid this common habit of watching my hands. I consider playing piano
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Jump to new posts Re: no parents allowed by Nikolas @ Yesterday at 03:44 AM

Hmmm... I'm Greek, living in Greece, having lived in the UK for several years (older members know this, but perhaps the OP doesn't). I'm also a male teacher. I, usually, do not allow parents in. It's not that I forbid them to be there, but I recom
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Jump to new posts Re: Ibach baby grand by Mark R. @ Yesterday at 03:32 AM

Jenny, I can't tell you much, except one piece of advice. While Ibach was indeed a venerable manufacturer, in the 1980s - 90s they out-sourced a part of their production to Korea. I'm not sure how to recognise these instruments, but I have heard rep
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: taking lessons on a very heavy grand. is it time to upgrade? by enzo.sandrolini @ Yesterday at 03:23 AM

Hello I had exactly same problem when I started to take lessons on an upright piano very heavy, different from a 'classic' DP (whatever is the brand..Roland, Kawai etc, as I have tried many of them) Finally, I have chosen the Hybrid way (because, in
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Jump to new posts Re: Asking for Advice by lunobili @ Yesterday at 03:19 AM

I am a foreigner living in Japan as well. I do not have much to suggest to the OP, but I can give some context to the other people reading this thread. I realize that what I am about to say will sound like a huge generalization, but I do not have the
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this piano worth restoring? Has it been restored before? by PhilipInChina @ Yesterday at 03:07 AM

Look at the first picture.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Need advice on choosing a DP by jaxemer11 @ Yesterday at 02:50 AM

Thanks for the advice everyone.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Educating Lucas by pinkfloydhomer @ Yesterday at 02:48 AM

I would like to respectfully add that Mario Igrec's "Pianos Inside Out" has a paragraph on unison detuning/coloring. So I guess, at least for him and maybe others, the matter is not so cut and dried. In my own case, I just try to tune them
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Need advice on choosing a DP by jaxemer11 @ Yesterday at 02:42 AM

[quote=pwl]jaxemer11 - Where are you located? [/quote] I live in Utah.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts The Godfather movie theme by Danijelcro @ Yesterday at 02:30 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ximfxq_fxl0
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Jump to new posts taking lessons on a very heavy grand. is it time to upgrade? by littlebirdblue @ Yesterday at 02:28 AM

So, my DD is almost done with the Faber Primer books except for the Gold Star Performance Book. She's been hitting a few ghost notes here and there when playing her recital pieces for her teacher but I thought it was just her. Today, I took my firs
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Recital Supportive Thread. by sinophilia @ Yesterday at 02:17 AM

That was clever earlofmar! Jane is great. For my piece, I found a video lesson by Josh Wright, and it was well worth the money, even if I will probably end up shaping the melody a bit differently.
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Jump to new posts Re: Information on a used Fandrich and Sons grand piano by wimpiano @ Yesterday at 02:02 AM

Welcome to PianoWorld. These pianos pianos are indeed highly recommended but quite hard to find one. Especially in Canada.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by littlebirdblue @ Yesterday at 02:00 AM

I'm back. I had my first lesson with my teacher. I brought 3 method books with me. We're skipping book 1 but we'll be going through book 2. This week's homework is Brahm's Lullaby since I didn't know how lead sheets work. Her priority for me is
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How's this for service? by PhilipInChina @ Yesterday at 01:52 AM

Not offended at all. Having two ladies trying to teach me I have to be careful not to show any favouritism, of course. I got a black paint pen to touch up the Kawai I have here. I used that to draw a staff on the whiteboard of one of them. That mean
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Op. 10, No. 1 for small-to-medium hands by sking @ Yesterday at 01:47 AM

The black key mini-jumps LOL? I play 5212 for E flat, B flat, E flat and C, and so on in measure 30. Then, in measure 31, I play 124212421242124, and then in measure 32, 5212, and so on... Get the idea? I don't follow your fingering for 30,31. I ju
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: lunobiliI agree with earlofmar, it would have been interesting. I would have also liked to know how much piano experience you had before trying the first exam. Luca You don't need any experience at all. What you need is to u
Piano Forum
From the picture I could not say whether the uprights on the lyre are turned or not.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Ibach baby grand by Jennymomofboys @ Yesterday at 01:11 AM

I found a piano that I want to look at. It's an Ibach, manufactured between 1990 and 1995, baby grand. I found an old thread here and Ibach is a small quantity, German, high level brand. This person is moving and is asking 8500, but needs it gone
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