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Jump to new posts Re: 1994 baldwin sd 10 concert grand by piano man 3758 @ 03/03/15 11:13 PM

Originally Posted By MarkarianDid I miss you saying you were actually thinking of buying it? If I like it when it is finished,yes I will buy it.
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Jump to new posts Re: 1994 baldwin sd 10 concert grand by piano man 3758 @ 03/03/15 11:11 PM

Originally Posted By Piano PracticeSounds like you'll have a winner! I say, keep the signatures Will the piano be kept in a home (personal use) or used in a public setting? It will be in my home.
Adult Beginners Forum
zrtf90: Your comments were quite useful. By dropping the one note from the problem measures I was able to get my hands to coordinate. After practicing for a few days I was able to add them back in and finally play the piece correctly. I'm working
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
More a Chopin / Liszt medley with a bit of Mario at each end, wouldn't you say? Good skillz. Why did you choose the CP4 over the RD800, MP7 etc?
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Jump to new posts Re: 1994 baldwin sd 10 concert grand by Markarian @ 03/03/15 11:06 PM

Did I miss you saying you were actually thinking of buying it?
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Jump to new posts Re: String Covers and Volume reduction by Miguel Rey @ 03/03/15 11:05 PM

I found the wool ones to change the tone a bit more on the mellower side and slightly deadening in the treble. I personally didn't like the sound after voicing with it off so I now use a thick speaker material, same used as an undercover. No dust a
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Jump to new posts Re: Short announcement: Sauter pianos by Markarian @ 03/03/15 11:04 PM

Their pianos are already way overpriced, especially when compared to Shigeru and Estonia. I loved the Omega I played, but Norbert is right. They're already pricey. Nice work, Sauter. You and Petrof let us know how this works out for ya.
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Jump to new posts Re: What is the key of your life? by argerichfan @ 03/03/15 10:50 PM

Originally Posted By Mark_COriginally Posted By Eldridge....And synesthesia is still generally considered a mental illness, with strong links to schizophrenia. Considered by whom? (This is the first I hear of any of that....) Likewise. Messiaen
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Jump to new posts Re: We Have to Teach These Kids to COUNT BEATS!!!!!! by JA Musication @ 03/03/15 10:49 PM

I'm fairly new to Piano World but I wanted to interject a couple of things. First, by teaching words like "quarter, half-note" and "ta, ti-ti", you are giving students an aural and vocal learning medium for the visual one on the
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Originally Posted By Louis PodestaI will say it! Where do you come off, like so many other presenters before you, playing this great piece on a (digital) Yamaha Clavinova CLP-950? The science of acoustics is just that, a science. And, please don't
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Jump to new posts Re: What is the key of your life? by Mark_C @ 03/03/15 10:28 PM

Originally Posted By Eldridge....And synesthesia is still generally considered a mental illness, with strong links to schizophrenia. Considered by whom? (This is the first I hear of any of that....)
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Originally Posted By BDBThe rug is Karastan. Proves what I know. That's a heck of a Karastan.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: I bought new DP last week(Yamaha CP4) and played it. by RUSS SHETTLE @ 03/03/15 10:23 PM

After listening to you play I forgot the question. Truly impressive! You must have been playing since age 4. The CP4 sounds very good. I purchased the CP5 just before the 4 came out.
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Jump to new posts Re: What is the key of your life? by argerichfan @ 03/03/15 10:23 PM

Originally Posted By Brahms88B flat Major Why? Brahms 2d Piano Concerto Brahms Handel Variations Brahms Sextet for Strings No. 1 Haydn Variations too! (Equally magnificent in orchestral or 2 piano version, a truly great accomplishment, not that
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Jump to new posts Re: Super Mario Piano Medley - Yamaha CP4 by TwoSnowflakes @ 03/03/15 10:21 PM

Well, I don't think I've ever heard Super Mario segue to Chopin Waltz C# minor, to Fantaisie Impromptu to La Campanella and back to Super Mario. No, strike that, I am absolutely certain I have never heard that before. I'm not entirely sure what t
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: New piano by Scott U @ 03/03/15 10:20 PM

Congrats on the new piano!
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Jump to new posts Re: Share your favorite/most useful practice tools! by Cheeto717 @ 03/03/15 10:18 PM

1) practice backwards. It's really easy for pieces to sound good at the beginning, then slowly decrease in quality as we make our way through the piece simply because we have spent unequal amounts of time on each section. 2) practice in sections. T
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Jump to new posts Re: Tension buildup when learning a new piece slowly by DragonPianoPlayer @ 03/03/15 09:59 PM

Just a thought. Could there be a difference in posture at home vs lessons? Do you sit the same distance away. Are your forearms sloping the same? Is the height of keys minus bench similar. I think you said you practice on a digital. Could you be t
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Jump to new posts Re: Short announcement: Sauter pianos by backto_study_piano @ 03/03/15 09:58 PM

Originally Posted By NorbertQuote:Does this mean that previously bought Sauters no longer have a warranty that is honored by the seller? Sellers don't underwrite warranties - manufacturers do. Luckily an almost non-existing concern with Sauter pian
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Jump to new posts Re: Would like your opinion on a used Yamaha C3 I'm considering by backto_study_piano @ 03/03/15 09:53 PM

Originally Posted By digitaleagle ... and also having been neglected over the past 14 years ... A neglected piano can cost considerabe $$$ to get right. I recently had a friend with a 15-20 yr old upright which had been neglected but, in the
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Jump to new posts Re: Short announcement: Sauter pianos by PhilipInChina @ 03/03/15 09:47 PM

Should be some good bargains going, then, if you are prepared to undertake any "warranty" work on your own dollar?
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Jump to new posts Re: Carpet under grand piano by PhilipInChina @ 03/03/15 09:42 PM

"Many hands make a tall horse". It works much better if it is under the casters as well. Really there is no reason not to. It is very simple. 2 of us did my Bechstein B in minutes.
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this touch weight ok for practice? by Ed Foote @ 03/03/15 09:40 PM

Greetings, In my experience, pianos that players find difficult to control are just as likely to be very bright. This Steinway is being compared to a lot of Asian uprights, it seems, and they are often very bright. I have often voiced an overly b
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What level of piece should you learn? by hreichgott @ 03/03/15 09:40 PM

Hi ClarinetOnBroadway, Working on pieces that are sight-readable (or nearly so) is really great. You will learn a lot that way. The only reason to work on harder music is if there are harder pieces (but not too hard) that interest you. The only drawb
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