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Jump to new posts Re: I feel in love with a Kemble studio upright by Rich Galassini @ 15 minutes 49 seconds ago

OK, I heard back from my piano tech. friend in England. According to him, in 2004, the Kemble pianos were being made for domestic distribution by Yamaha. Many components were provided by Yamaha (action, maybe strung back?) but the pianos were assemb
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: CHOPIN'S WALTZ IN A MINOR by Celdor @ 20 minutes 16 seconds ago

Originally Posted By MICHAEL122There is much ado about the pursuit of learning the piano {at least mine}. I offer you this: My teacher {mentor - would be the better word} took me from not knowing the difference between a quarter note and a whole no
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Cheaper Alternative to Acrylikey? by Musicdude @ 25 minutes 51 seconds ago

Originally Posted By AdypianoI went to use my Acrylikey kit a couple of weeks ago and found the liquid had evaporated - again...! I even store the stuff in a sealed bag in an airtight box - no difference. Anyway, the powder was still good, so I had
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Confused on finger numbering. by keystring @ 32 minutes 32 seconds ago

I should mention that I'm hyper aware of hand and arm movement right now since I'm cleaning up more of my old playing left over from my self-taught days. I've become aware of just how fixed in position my hands and arms still are in 3-dimension spac
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Confused on finger numbering. by keystring @ 35 minutes 7 seconds ago

This appears to be a score from a method book, so it is trying to teach things. The fingering itself may be designed to teach something, and to make the student aware of things. Normally if there were a teacher (a good one), the teacher would be po
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Cheaper Alternative to Acrylikey? by Adypiano @ 52 minutes 49 seconds ago

I went to use my Acrylikey kit a couple of weeks ago and found the liquid had evaporated - again...! I even store the stuff in a sealed bag in an airtight box - no difference. Anyway, the powder was still good, so I had a go at mixing it with thin C
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New piano player, can't decide which digital piano to get. by rychubil @ 59 minutes 17 seconds ago

Originally Posted By SamgineOriginally Posted By Frédéric LNot all "sensors" are the same. The FP30 and RP301 have 3 sensors. Oh, I see, that is good to know. Between fp30, and rp301, which would you pick? Definitely FP30 but try
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: To share or not to share? by dogperson @ Today at 06:10 AM

There are other ways you can get positive feedback other than a piano party (although I hope to start one, too!). Volunteer to play at church, volunteer to play at nursing homes.... it will get you an appreciative, non-critical audience. No, you w
Piano Forum
There was at least one dealership in Orange County/LA that carried them. Sometime around the year 2,000. There was a Kemble rep travelling the country. I never had personal experience of them but they were always a recognised good quality piano. I
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: To share or not to share? by Dave Androos @ Today at 06:00 AM

Wow! A lot of great posts on this subject. Too many to reply to individually but I have read them all and they all raise some fantastic points. Ultimately we play for ourselves. If we didn't then we'd never persevere through those sometimes frust
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DP with good orchestral sounds? by AndrewGleibman @ Today at 05:59 AM

Without hijacking this thread, I would ask Morodiene to elaborate the 1st reply to this thread: playing good software strings using a 88-key MIDI controller. IMO this entails application of a software synth, which allows playing several instruments s
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Cheaper Alternative to Acrylikey? by Musicdude @ Today at 05:58 AM

My mentor uses an epoxy with titanium dioxide and yellow chalk, mixed to color match the ivory key to be repaired. But he's been hard to get a hold of recently, and I don't remember the brand of epoxy he recommended. My Hamilton Baldwin upright pla
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Jump to new posts Bach Toccata 914 adagio by indigopianist @ Today at 05:37 AM

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Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advanced recital songs? by bennevis @ Today at 05:36 AM

Originally Posted By Pianist808 Sorry about that, I meant a piano piece, not like a song (as in singing). I have previously played Maple Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin) and Kiss the Rain (Yiruma) before, so pieces preferably around that level. I usually like
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advanced recital songs? by wr @ Today at 04:50 AM

Originally Posted By Pianist808 Sorry about that, I meant a piano piece, not like a song (as in singing). I have previously played Maple Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin) and Kiss the Rain (Yiruma) before, so pieces preferably around that level. I usually like
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
pianopap, here you can read my article on jazz improvisation in the Almanac of Jerusalem Academy of Music. http://www.jazzideas.com/About_Jazz_Improvisation.asp
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advanced recital songs? by dogperson @ Today at 04:46 AM

Hi Pianist: It would help to know if you have played any classical music and what you liked. Also the type and when the recital is: Is this at school? for a private group? If you are not interested in classical for the recital, you will probab
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
No. Extended warranties come at up to 90% profit for the seller. The offer of an extended warranty is an insult.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advanced recital songs? by Svenno @ Today at 04:35 AM

Originally Posted By Pianist808I have previously played Maple Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin) and Kiss the Rain (Yiruma) before Oh. Well... I really hope that those are not the only pieces that you have played during the 6 years... But if they are the most
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Question on Kawai CS11's soundboard and sound by Kawai James @ Today at 04:33 AM

Hello iceryan, I just wanted to clarify one point regarding warranty coverage on Kawai digital pianos purchased from the UK: Originally Posted By iceryanWarranty is global 5 years not locked to UK dealership. I'm afraid this is not correct. Accor
Piano Teachers Forum
Originally Posted By AZNpiano Your line of questioning makes absolutely no sense. It's in your eyes, not in my . In my experience of 45 years of teaching I have also had failures, in which, however, blame only the me .I already talked about stude
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: To share or not to share? by MossySF @ Today at 04:18 AM

Hint: When posting on a social network, you must use that social network's hosting media capabilties. People simply will no longer click on 3rd-party video/audio hosting services anymore. The reason is because the majority of people now use smartph
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Carpal tunnel surgery by asiamusicman @ Today at 03:56 AM

Thank you all for your replies so far. Other input is still welcome. I have tried a couple years of conservative approaches, hence more open to surgery now. I wear Mueller braces much of the day and at night, and that provides a bit of stability but
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: MOYD 2016 by SwissMS @ Today at 03:52 AM

barbaram- I have added July 14-23 to your excused list. I hope it was a good vacation! Palmpirate - I have added July 26-28 to your list. It sounds like you are having a busy summer. The concert at your winery sounded like a fantastic event! I am s
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By Frédéric LNot all "sensors" are the same. The FP30 and RP301 have 3 sensors. Oh, I see, that is good to know. Between fp30, and rp301, which would you pick?
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