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Since I have recorded C0 already, here it is anyway Dropbox: MP7 Maria V1.110 -- C0 Concert Grand 1 without and with damper pedal pressed My recording has less gain than Brometeo's and was done via LINE OUT and Cakewalk UA1G into Audacity at CD q
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Jump to new posts Re: J. P. Schiedmayer, G 314 by wimpiano @ Today at 03:55 PM

I'm sure he would not mind to get a PM. Unfortunately I'm very unfamiliar with both brands. The examples I've seen seem wonderful though.
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http://waltercosand.com/CosandScores/ According to this site (composers E-K) it is in public domain in the USA.
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by dannylux @ Today at 03:49 PM

One of the gems of the piano literature, Felix Blumenfeld's Impromptu in G flat Op.13 No.2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmBb8_mOM18&feature=youtu.be&t=1h15m46s Mel
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Jump to new posts Re: What is "Playing by ear"? by Albunea @ Today at 03:46 PM

Thank you, Jotur. You can play the melody quite spontaneously, without having "searched for it"? That's something I would love to do! I try some auditive exercises to train for that, but I am very bad at it at the moment. I'll read that
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By lophiomysSounds 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. Porblem arises only with new Shi
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Jump to new posts Someone PLEASE tell me this is a joke... by Svenno @ Today at 03:42 PM

I was looking for a good encore piece, when I discovered this... thing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWvYtfOOjhM It almost sounds like sorabji. not a single clean octave, I think he deliberately smashed his hand across the keyboard, not even atte
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Jump to new posts Re: Rach Prelude Progress NEED SOME FEEDBACK!! by readmyscore @ Today at 03:42 PM

Thank you both for your feedback it means alot to me!! I will definitely add in more dynamics. And Bruce I am now practicing with a metronome. I will post another video once I finish. Thanks again!!!!!
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Jump to new posts Re: Six pianos! by RealPlayer @ Today at 03:40 PM

No synchronization problems, as everyone is using stopwatches, and the musical material is designed to repeat in varied ways so you hear patterns recurring in the different pianos over time. Everyone plays from the same score, but chooses their own
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Jump to new posts Re: 2015 ABF Survey by Albunea @ Today at 03:39 PM

I didn't include my experience with the recorder instrument, because it would have meant to say "I have about 10 years experience playing another instrument", when it is a school experience as we all played it. Why is it called recorder??
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Jump to new posts Re: M &H in 1990s by dynamobt @ Today at 03:39 PM

Yes, new soundboard. Some parts of the action are original. New shanks and Renner blue hammers. I honestly don't know the names of all the parts, so can't tell you exactly the new parts of the action. Original case, plate and tension resonator.
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by bennevis @ Today at 03:38 PM

If you like Prokofiev, why not do his firecracker Suggestion diabolique? http://youtu.be/45mXvaIW02c
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Jump to new posts Re: What is "Playing by ear"? by jotur @ Today at 03:37 PM

Originally Posted By AlbuneaBut most people who do that have been working on the song for a long time, haven't they? It's not like they can play all the songs in the world (which would be ideal :D). I know players of traditional instruments (fiddl
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Jump to new posts Re: Six pianos! by phacke @ Today at 03:33 PM

Interesting. Looks artsy. Is the space between the pianos significant enough to cause time delays for the purpose of any synchronizing? Is S&S signed up with this? Best wishes.
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 38 --- General Discussion Room by peterws @ Today at 03:31 PM

9 Monika K Really peaceful music that you handled with great sensitivity. Your piano has magnificent resources . . .you used them well. 10 Newbert Don`t remember this song. Your octaves give it a ring, and the duet part kicks in with the harmony
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Shabbat Shalom @ Today at 03:31 PM

Widmung, Schumann/Liszt is rather cathartic and easy, but sounds hard.
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Jump to new posts Re: What is "Playing by ear"? by jotur @ Today at 03:31 PM

This is a thread in the non-classical forum that discusses what playing by ear is: playing by ear So there are differing opinions For me, at its most basic, it means being able to pick out the melody on the piano without sheet music. Which al
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Jump to new posts Re: What is "Playing by ear"? by Albunea @ Today at 03:31 PM

But most people who do that have been working on the song for a long time, haven't they? It's not like they can play all the songs in the world (which would be ideal :D).
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Jump to new posts Re: What is "Playing by ear"? by Whizbang @ Today at 03:26 PM

I consider playing by ear to be "knowing how to hum a melody, be able to reproduce it on the piano with an entertaining LH accompaniment".
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a short showpiece for an encore by Svenno @ Today at 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 @ Today at 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 @ Today at 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 @ Today at 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 @ Today at 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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