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Jump to new posts Re: Is this progress?/How to tell if you're progressing? by ClarinetOnBroadway @ Yesterday at 06:42 AM

I really do want to expand my repertoire, well gain one in the first place, but I struggle learning a piece I can't already sight read to a decent level. I think that's come from the clarinet, where I generally will be able to sight read the piece an
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Advice on piano Kawai - Cn-35 or Ca-15 by Maharaja @ Yesterday at 06:37 AM

Yes first hand experience is important, it's quite a big investment after all. I almost overlooked that myself in the rush of getting something to play on. But I have taken a more slow approach now, since my dealer here finally has ordered the model
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ordering of practice routine by Jytte @ Yesterday at 06:35 AM

Originally Posted By: SwissMSThe last thing that I have been doing is to pick the gnarliest spot in one of the pieces and very slowly play through it right before I crawl into bed. I don't know if it helps, but my theory is that it is the last thing
Pianist Corner
respect, Hats off sir
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Advice on piano Kawai - Cn-35 or Ca-15 by Johan.s @ Yesterday at 05:59 AM

Thanks again for this invaluable information, honestly I would most likely be happy with either one but it really sucks that I haven't got the chance to try them out. Right now I'm not really sure what do to, which one to pick. Coin toss perhaps? I
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Diversity in Music Education by Dara @ Yesterday at 05:45 AM

Originally Posted By: NorbertTurondot: I admire you for your zest battling the battles you do. Except they leave most of us here somewhat detached and..er..bored! Now, what was it again yer were trying to say in your last post? Norbert turando
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: earlofmarI gave up on the notion of "I want to be able to pick up any score and sight read it for my own enjoyment" because it is flawed in that most people believe they have to become a good sight reader for that. Wro
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Vintage Steinway Upright regulation problem. by chopin_r_us @ Yesterday at 05:23 AM

Keydip became deeper as the 19th century progressed. Are you sure 10mm is original? I'd love to know.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Placing the temperament strip in a birdcage by chopin_r_us @ Yesterday at 05:14 AM

Yeh, it'd have to be pretty old. Mine's 1830's/40's.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq 5 by stamkorg @ Yesterday at 05:07 AM

The 5.1.4 version essentialy improves the Una Corda behavior on the D4 model after some user's demand. If these changes are convincing they could be extended to the other models on a future upgrade. That's what has been discussed on Pianoteq forum.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Can you help me name this classic piece? by Baracat @ Yesterday at 05:03 AM

Originally Posted By: careyOriginally Posted By: currawongOriginally Posted By: BruceDOriginally Posted By: gooddog How are you going to practice a piece you don't know the name of and by inference, don't have the music for?[...] ... and that is stil
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Jump to new posts Re: Can you help me name this classic piece? by Baracat @ Yesterday at 05:02 AM

Originally Posted By: careyPretty sure this is it..... Felix Mendelssohn - Song without Words - "Lost Illusions" - Opus 67 No. 2 http://youtu.be/O_uPCzXldtA The excerpt you've given us is the introduction to the piece. Thank you Ca
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Jump to new posts Re: Which way to go? by dire tonic @ Yesterday at 04:53 AM

- that eltonscafe has made some impressive material available at no cost but I think it's going to be hard work at your level. Overreaching yourself and/or tackling music you don't like could put you at risk of losing interest entirely so dig as d
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Jump to new posts Re: What to look for in a new teacher? by casinitaly @ Yesterday at 04:50 AM

Originally Posted By: TheHappyPianomuse Which is simply never to play a wrong note ... or use a wrong finger. Hesitate and wait and hover over the key until you know the note is correct. Only then do you play it. Because the brain is a computer
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Jump to new posts Re: The Hanging Tree - Jennifer Lawrence by Mr. Pianoman @ Yesterday at 04:47 AM

I recorded the strings separately.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Can you help me name this classic piece? by bennevis @ Yesterday at 04:46 AM

Originally Posted By: carey I must be older than you. I don't have an iPod. But you have an iPhone? I didn't even own a home computer until January 2013 - which was when my daily post count in PW suddenly shot up. And I was able to replace m
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What to look for in a new teacher? by TheHappyPianoMuse @ Yesterday at 04:38 AM

Aloha Zilly .... you got me up and thinking a bit. So I just grabbed a Czerny and thought I'd check out what I do when sight reading ... and I realize that I don't look at the keyboard very often .... only when I'm checking one of those pesky
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Placing the temperament strip in a birdcage by David Boyce @ Yesterday at 04:37 AM

Yes indeed, I forgot about that method! I have very occasionally come across an upright with 'una corda' shift, and from time to time encounter bichord uprights. But I don't recall if I ever tuned a bichord with una corda.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Diversity in Music Education by casinitaly @ Yesterday at 04:37 AM

This is the second time this week you lot have derailed a thread with your squabbles. Consider yourselves warned that a third episode will result in a time out. Get this thread back on track.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ordering of practice routine by SwissMS @ Yesterday at 04:36 AM

I find my hands do need perhaps five minutes of gentle scale playing to warm up. So, I do my technical work first, doing slow scales or Hannon, then working the scales and arpeggios of the day up to speed. At this stage I am spending about 30 minute
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Best interpreter for Brahms? by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 04:18 AM

Originally Posted By: DamonOriginally Posted By: Michael SayersI've never been sure what to think of Ivo's playing in last ten or so years. I don't understand the fascination with him. I've never heard anything by him that I wanted to hear agai
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Placing the temperament strip in a birdcage by chopin_r_us @ Yesterday at 03:57 AM

Well, no. Bi-chord una corda means I put my foot on the soft pedal and there's only one string playing! The Papps mute is for my tri-chord Pleyel (also true una corda).
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 2001 or 2002 Estonia asking 8k? by JohnSprung @ Yesterday at 03:55 AM

The period of big improvements for Estonia was the 1990's. The Soviet era pianos were the worst, by 2001-02 they could be quite good. So it's well worth a look. The current condition of the individual instrument outweighs its initial design and b
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Another new student by Johan B @ Yesterday at 03:47 AM

Steve 167 Welcome at PW. It's not only a forum, it's a digital community of piano- and musiclovers. Regards, Johan B
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Maple Leaf Rag -- need some feedback by Erik BerikHerik @ Yesterday at 03:07 AM

No, you can slice the whole thing up into small segments of the song and do the different parts for left and right hand seperately and at a slow pace until your able to play the whoe song.. I think this program is one of the easiest ways to learn sig
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