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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Svenno @ 05/22/15 03:23 PM

Originally Posted By Art_VandelayI have a thing for dramatic minor pieces. Well, I have too! But, so you don't think that such pieces would suit as an encore?
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Art_Vandelay @ 05/22/15 03:21 PM

That was my bad, I have a thing for dramatic minor pieces. After rereading your post it was a rather silly suggestion.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New GEAR alert! by Bachus @ 05/22/15 03:16 PM

Originally Posted By Jay RolandI've had my hands on it for an hour so far and WOW! Action is beautiful. Don't know what it compares to or comes from, but feels great. SOUNDS incredible. Huge Fat, Distinctly Roland. The crossover concept is very we
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Svenno @ 05/22/15 03:14 PM

Originally Posted By Art_VandelayYou plan to "master" a virtuosic piece in 3 weeks? Yes. As I said, I learn pieces fast... last week, I learned and memorized a prelude and fugue from WTC I in 2 days, cause I discovered I have been slackin
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Jump to new posts Re: Where to put my piano by Raindrops @ 05/22/15 03:12 PM

I have a K3. So yes, it's upright. I would consider A, because I imagine your couch or some seating can be arranged on the left side of the piano, so you have an audience while you play. B is putting your back to people. The cons of putting it in A
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Great to know, I do feel comfortable with the PX-5s since it's a piano, and I don't know the first thing about DAW's. After watching the demo on youtube, which is meant to persuade you, still I feel like it wouldn't be too hard to start creating and
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Art_Vandelay @ 05/22/15 03:06 PM

You plan to "master" a virtuosic piece in 3 weeks? If you had more time I would suggest something like Chopin's op. 10 no. 4, but it's not feasible with these time constraints.
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Jump to new posts Re: M &H in 1990s by Raindrops @ 05/22/15 03:02 PM

Found your recital. It sounds nice. I have to play in person to hear/feel the tone though.
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Jump to new posts Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Svenno @ 05/22/15 03:01 PM

I'll be performing my first solo concert in 3 weeks... and I thought... why not do a short encore, to surprise my teacher, and everyone else? I'm looking for something virtuosic obviously, around/under 5 minutes long and something with not much vari
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Thanks, any suggestions on finding a group to play with? Do you think I could "audit" a course at a community college?
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Jump to new posts Re: M &H in 1990s by Raindrops @ 05/22/15 02:54 PM

And what does "fully" rebuilt mean? That shouldn't include the soundboard right?
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Jump to new posts Re: M &H in 1990s by Raindrops @ 05/22/15 02:51 PM

You ARE bragging and I'm all green! I'm not entirely oriented with this forum, can you point to me the exact path to the quarterly recital?
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If your hands are too small to reach more than a stretchy ninth, then I guess this is a logical solution. But if you look at most professionals, playing say, la campanella, their wrists are raised super high to promote agility and reduce tension.
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Jump to new posts Re: New GEAR alert! by Jay Roland @ 05/22/15 02:45 PM

I've had my hands on it for an hour so far and WOW! Action is beautiful. Don't know what it compares to or comes from, but feels great. SOUNDS incredible. Huge Fat, Distinctly Roland. The crossover concept is very well executed. 49 keys is plent
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Jump to new posts Re: 2015 ABF Survey by torquenale @ 05/22/15 02:45 PM

Done!
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Jump to new posts Re: Accuracy - How to play without striking wrong notes by Art_Vandelay @ 05/22/15 02:43 PM

Yeah, my first thought when I saw that wealth of information was "no way this should be free."
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Originally Posted By theforeverwar. . . Also I would love to get into a group, and play and make up music, as that would keep me playing and learn from other people. I feel like taking lessons on youtube is very limited and doesn't seem like it woul
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Originally Posted By StubbieWhat was the path that got you, as an adult, into learning piano or restarting, if you had lessons as a child? For me it was the person I reported to when I was working. His children were taking lessons, and he was sitt
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Sounds a bit odd to me, similar to a fog horn maybe, but I cannot name it exactly, as probably an experienced piano would be able to. I will make a recording on the MP7 for comparison.
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Jump to new posts Re: M &H in 1990s by dynamobt @ 05/22/15 02:36 PM

I don't want to brag, but I think my vintage Mason has that "old world" sound you talk about. If you want to take a listen to it, go to the current ABF Quarterly Recital #38 and listen to #14 the 2nd movement of the Ravel Sonatine. My p
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A question about sharps and flats by Charles Cohen @ 05/22/15 02:36 PM

Fizikisto is right. If you want more mind-bending: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enharmonic
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Jump to new posts Re: Six pianos! by RealPlayer @ 05/22/15 02:29 PM

Originally Posted By jazzyprofHow are the acoustics in there? It's pretty live, but pleasantly so.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
1. Assume that whatever you buy, it will be replaced by a new model within two years. For the PX5S, which is about 2 years old now, probably sooner than that. Don't have too many regrets, when that happens. 2. I suspect (but can't prove) that mo
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts What is "Playing by ear"? by Albunea @ 05/22/15 02:26 PM

I did the survey, and one question was: Quote:Can you play by ear, without the use of sheet music? I answered "No", but I realized I truly don't know what is playing by ear, or it seems to me it can mean many different things. Or it simpl
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CN35 keyboard noise by PiaNyaa @ 05/22/15 02:24 PM

Hendrik and James, thanks a lot for your responses. I don't know if it was the enquiry I sent to Kawai about the actions of their Turkey distributor or if it was being serious and resolute with the case and taking it to the consumer complaint plat
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