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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Doritos Flavoured @ Today at 04:01 PM

Originally Posted By JoelWIf you must know, it's a set of preludes that I'm writing. I don't "work on" pieces from the repertoire. that explains a lot
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Doritos Flavoured @ Today at 04:00 PM

Originally Posted By itsfreakingmeoutOriginally Posted By Doritos FlavouredOriginally Posted By itsfreakingmeoutMy teacher put it perfectly: Mozarts music exposes the flaws of the player at an incredibly more distinguishable rate than any other compo
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner piano advice by Edb123 @ Today at 03:58 PM

Pirke - I know u really want a grand but what about this for starters - just while u learn https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nCkAKkwXayk
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Doritos Flavoured @ Today at 03:57 PM

Originally Posted By JoelWOriginally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By JoelWMozart pianists are bad at Mozart. If this is not meant humorously and "Mozart pianists" means pianists famous for their Mozart playing, then frankly it's
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Is Soler severely underrated and underperformed? by jeffreyjones @ Today at 03:52 PM

Along the same lines, Domenico Cimarosa was a successful opera composer who also wrote 88 outstanding single-movement sonatas for harpsichord - written at the bitter end of the harpsichord's relevance around 1799-1800, in a distinctly conservative st
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Music theory - composition by Robert Cunningham @ Today at 03:49 PM

Originally Posted By Morodiene The real value for me with aleatoric means, as I write mostly tonal stuff, is that is frees me up from thinking overmuch about it. When I don't know what to say, I just need to start saying something and take it from t
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by itsfreakingmeout @ Today at 03:36 PM

Originally Posted By Doritos FlavouredOriginally Posted By itsfreakingmeoutMy teacher put it perfectly: Mozarts music exposes the flaws of the player at an incredibly more distinguishable rate than any other composer. actually, pretty much all keyb
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Used choices: Yamaha P105 vs Kawai CN33 by Hendrik42 @ Today at 03:32 PM

Congratulations on the purchase. Having a piano to play is the right choice :-) Still covered by warranty? Great! I had a few keys that sounded different than the others and it was fixed by lubing the right part of the key/action.
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by JoelW @ Today at 03:29 PM

Originally Posted By Isabelle1949Originally Posted By JoelWOriginally Posted By Isabelle1949Originally Posted By JoelWIt's not in the repertoire. What repertoire? I didn't ask that. I asked what you are currently working on. You wouldn't know wha
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: The Last Octave by Bill Bremmer RPT @ Today at 03:27 PM

I didn't read it that way at all. I read it as agenda promotion.
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Doritos Flavoured @ Today at 03:24 PM

Originally Posted By itsfreakingmeoutMy teacher put it perfectly: Mozarts music exposes the flaws of the player at an incredibly more distinguishable rate than any other composer. actually, pretty much all keyboard music post-Bach and pre-Beethoven
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Isabelle1949 @ Today at 03:20 PM

Originally Posted By JoelWOriginally Posted By Isabelle1949Originally Posted By JoelWIt's not in the repertoire. What repertoire? I didn't ask that. I asked what you are currently working on. You wouldn't know what it is if I told you. It's unkno
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Casio PX-135 vs Yamaha Arius YDP-141 by Doritos Flavoured @ Today at 03:20 PM

GHS is terribly light and springy-like, more keyboard than piano proper. I very much prefer the Casio action.
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: So I found something cool. And now? by Eliturbo @ Today at 03:10 PM

Thanks for the reply. The problem is I don't really know where to start. Like I wrote in my previous post I don't really know what to do with my bassline/left hand. I don't know if the thing I came up with is a beginning, an end or a melody. I thin
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Flat Finger Technique by itsfreakingmeout @ Today at 03:09 PM

http://www.djupdal.org/karstein/debussy/method/m09.shtml ENJOY!! "Claude Debussy's ideas on piano playing and how to play his own works...using a formed hand position and outstretched fingers that stayed close to the keys and kneaded them.&quo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha "Reface" synths -- very neat! by rolfie @ Today at 03:09 PM

for midgets ?
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by JoelW @ Today at 03:07 PM

Originally Posted By Isabelle1949Originally Posted By JoelWIt's not in the repertoire. What repertoire? I didn't ask that. I asked what you are currently working on. You wouldn't know what it is if I told you. It's unknown.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Flat Finger Technique by Isabelle1949 @ Today at 03:06 PM

Originally Posted By itsfreakingmeoutYou should relax all of your fingers and knead them out from knuckle like a cat!!!! That is the sensation you want, as that is literally stretching the bridge or your hand and you will be able to feel every single
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: The Importance of the 7th Chord?! by keystring @ Today at 03:06 PM

Originally Posted By hreichgottEvery theory book I know of has at least one chapter entirely devoted to seventh chords. Maybe check those books out again? That was my starting point a few years ago. The problem is: Originally Posted By Mark Polish
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Baldwin Model R by AndreaH @ Today at 03:04 PM

Are all Baldwin Model R grands from the "Artist" series?
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Flat Finger Technique by itsfreakingmeout @ Today at 03:04 PM

You should relax all of your fingers and knead them out from knuckle like a cat!!!! That is the sensation you want, as that is literally stretching the bridge or your hand and you will be able to feel every single finger muscle by doing this. PLAY th
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Isabelle1949 @ Today at 03:03 PM

I'm reading through some Mozart, Bach, Zipoli, Albeniz and whatever else moves me at the moment. I'm not reading through it well, since I've been away from the piano for 12+ years, but I do enjoy the sounds. I'm not really interested in learning any
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: So I found something cool. And now? by Eliturbo @ Today at 03:01 PM

First of all, I am sorry for the late reaction. I was on vacation and was unable to reply. That composition you recorded was really nice . I think it's really nice that you do something like that. How long did it take? Whenever I try to continue wi
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Isabelle1949 @ Today at 03:00 PM

Originally Posted By JoelWIt's not in the repertoire. What repertoire? I didn't ask that. I asked what you are currently working on.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Casio PX-135 vs Yamaha Arius YDP-141 by TheodorN @ Today at 02:59 PM

This comparison video for Galaxy Vintage D and Steinway, where Rachmaninov's Prelude No. 1 C Sharp minor is played, also shows the polyphony count. Interesting to watch how the Voices parameter changes, especially in the heavier sections of the pie
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