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Jump to new posts Re: Attention to detail and Leschetizky-Schnabel "lineage" by pianoloverus @ Yesterday at 01:04 PM

Originally Posted By WhoDwaldiOriginally Posted By pianoloverusOnly on internet forums do people discuss/argue about usage like the above. In real life one would risk getting punched in the face for being so pedantic. The words "music, sheet mus
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Left/Right hand independence by timmyab @ Yesterday at 01:01 PM

Originally Posted By peterwsSpare a thought for guitarists and violinists particularly. And sax players, trumpeters et al . . . these have to coordinate in a different fashion maybe, but no less easier. And typists do the same . . . Yes all instrum
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Traditional One Month To Recital Thread by peterws @ Yesterday at 12:57 PM

Originally Posted By AugustinaI probably wont be submitting anything until I get a different recording set up.. Sense my current phone recorder apparently isn't very good....:( that's just the only device I have to record with... Won`t your digita
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by ebonykawai @ Yesterday at 12:57 PM

Hi everyone, add me to the list of Faberites! I actually started out with Fundamental Keys but felt it wasn't comprehensive enough for my liking. I read about the adult all-in-one here on the forums and picked up both books. Since I played for a coup
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My "new" Bluthner is ready for collection! by joe80 @ Yesterday at 12:53 PM

the unisons are out because one hour the humidity is 47, the next hour it's 67, within the same day, because the weather in England at this point in time is crazy, and the piano doesn't like it - even with keeping it covered and combating the room hu
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Traditional One Month To Recital Thread by Augustina @ Yesterday at 12:52 PM

I probably wont be submitting anything until I get a different recording set up.. Sense my current phone recorder apparently isn't very good....:( that's just the only device I have to record with...
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Attention to detail and Leschetizky-Schnabel "lineage" by WhoDwaldi @ Yesterday at 12:47 PM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusOnly on internet forums do people discuss/argue about usage like the above. In real life one would risk getting punched in the face for being so pedantic. The words "music, sheet music, score, sheets" are in
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Progressive Beat Speeds Tuned Aurally in One Pass! by adamp88 @ Yesterday at 12:44 PM

Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTDoes the blooming impede your judgement of the progressions? When viewing this as a pedagogical tool, presumably aimed at beginners (or at least beginners to aural tuning), then yes, the blooming unisons impede
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teachers in Houston, Tx? by AZNpiano @ Yesterday at 12:43 PM

Originally Posted By PlowboyOriginally Posted By AZNpianoOriginally Posted By Plowboy Ha! Just yell back! Could make for fun lessons. I certainly hope you're joking. Nope. When in the San Gabriel Valley, do as the Chinese do. Shove your way throug
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Digital Pianos by Fugue14 @ Yesterday at 12:32 PM

Does anyone have experience with Yamaha's CLP 545? It certainly sounds good in various YT videos. (The audio outputs were fed directly to the camera in most cases, so the low quality mics weren't the source of the sound.)
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Left/Right hand independence by Qazsedcft @ Yesterday at 12:24 PM

Originally Posted By timmyabWhen people ask me what's the difficulty of playing the piano I usually hand them a piece of paper and two pens and say now write your name and my name at the same time LOL! That's a good way to illustrate it. Origina
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Digital Pianos by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 12:22 PM

Originally Posted By bill5Originally Posted By peterwsAnd better make sure the keybed is quiet too. Well there go the Casios. They're all pretty noisy, though, so while Casio is noisier than most, it's probably splitting hairs. Best to posit
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Progressive Beat Speeds Tuned Aurally in One Pass! by Johnkie @ Yesterday at 12:21 PM

Originally Posted By BDBThat seems to be an admission that you cannot tune clean unisons. +1
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My "new" Bluthner is ready for collection! by lluiscl @ Yesterday at 12:20 PM

In my taste the 6th octave sounds too thin... Some unisons are out.
Adult Beginners Forum
Fascinating stuff, thanks for posting it. I get the feeling those with shaky copyrights/patents set their fees low enough that it's much easier to just pay rather than contemplate legal action which would cost 10-100x more. Glad somebody finally sto
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Left/Right hand independence by peterws @ Yesterday at 12:16 PM

Spare a thought for guitarists and violinists particularly. And sax players, trumpeters et al . . . these have to coordinate in a different fashion maybe, but no less easier. And typists do the same . . . I only remember doing LH and RH together,
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Left/Right hand independence by George Gk @ Yesterday at 12:14 PM

Originally Posted By mom3gramAfter being stuck on this one for a while, I learned it by separating each beat into either LH, RH This is my way of learning pieces. Left hand alone,then the other hand and after quite some time when i know the whole
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Digital Pianos by bill5 @ Yesterday at 12:13 PM

Originally Posted By peterwsAnd better make sure the keybed is quiet too. Well there go the Casios.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Somewhat OT: The happy birthday song copyright case by joyoussong @ Yesterday at 12:12 PM

I think Warner's ill-gotten gains should be repurposed as a musicians' benevolent fund.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: PLEYEL piano, any comment by lluiscl @ Yesterday at 12:04 PM

Pleyel history is risky ... I have one, grand 174 cms, made in the late 70s by Schimmel!!(and sounds like that).
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Chopin - Nocturne op 9 no 2 by Tony007 @ Yesterday at 12:00 PM

Hi Miruna! First of all, I'm glad for you to see that you play on a REAL piano now And I like your Chopin! Since you ask for some advice, let me tell you two minor things: 1.) In the accompaniment, the first beat often gets a bit lost or even s
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
That seems to be an admission that you cannot tune clean unisons.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Attention to detail and Leschetizky-Schnabel "lineage" by pianoloverus @ Yesterday at 11:56 AM

Originally Posted By Mark_COriginally Posted By wr....Here is another example of why I think using "music" to mean music in notated form is fine. A composer might say, while handing you a score, "Here is the music I wrote that I was t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland AirPerformer app problems by Jay Roland @ Yesterday at 11:49 AM

Ive run in to this on occasion. Usually I find the Wifi Density is really high. But also, have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the app? I found that when my song library I had imported into the app grew really large, I would have occasio
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Other Ways To Get Acoustic Sounds? by BDB @ Yesterday at 11:49 AM

Maybe we need a list of the instruments and the sound: Piano, clavichord: struck strings Hurdy-gurdy: bowed strings Harpsichord: plucked strings Celesta: struck tone bars Reeds: organ, harmonium, accordeon and variations Flutes: organ
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