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Originally Posted By: SvennoYou are not Alfred Brendel. And a good thing, too.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: The new VAX MIDI Keyboard Controller by sullivang @ 01/25/15 04:26 PM

Originally Posted By: dewster I can't believe they aren't offering a 76 key version, though I suppose they aren't because of the 2 octave base unit modularity. Yes that's a shame, but I could have lived with a 72 key version that started on an A, b
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Originally Posted By: Svenno Very difficult to produce an interpretation that people would find fresh. Other than people trying to copy Horowitz's version, I hardly ever hear it. I still can't hear this piece where it doesn't elevate my mood. Wh
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Player by Rich Galassini @ 01/25/15 04:24 PM

According to the serial number this piano was built in 1919. About that time Steinway was marketing a piano that had a Welte-Mignon reproducing player system installed into it. The Welte company made a great system but they are not the easiest to r
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Jump to new posts Re: Price check on Aisle 4 by Steve Cohen @ 01/25/15 04:23 PM

from a dealer or private sale?
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Jump to new posts Re: Best interpreter for Brahms? by Damon @ 01/25/15 04:21 PM

Originally Posted By: BatuhanI find most of Brahms piano music utterly boring please someone suggest me some pieces so that i can can change my mind? Listen to an half hour of Bach, then pick anything by Brahms.
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Originally Posted By: DamonOriginally Posted By: SvennoOriginally Posted By: Damon The 12th rhapsody was one of my favorites as a teenager and the first one I learned. I had the most problems with the stretta vivace up to the final FFF. Much of it I
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Jump to new posts Re: 4 Hz Pitch Raise in One Pass! by alfredo capurso @ 01/25/15 04:13 PM

Originally Posted By: Mark Cerisano, RPTWhat are the pros for strip muting? Hi Mark, Start a new thread, "What are the pros for strip muting?", and I'll be happy to contribute. Regards, a.c. .
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Jump to new posts Re: Technical/sight reading question by Batuhan @ 01/25/15 04:12 PM

its ararpeggiated so you have to play separately by left hand play C# with your 5th finger and jump to B with 1st finger but you have to play B and E at the same time only C# and B is separate you can clearly see how to play in here
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Originally Posted By: SvennoOriginally Posted By: Damon The 12th rhapsody was one of my favorites as a teenager and the first one I learned. I had the most problems with the stretta vivace up to the final FFF. Much of it I still haven't solved to my
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: The new VAX MIDI Keyboard Controller by anotherscott @ 01/25/15 04:12 PM

Originally Posted By: dewsterOriginally Posted By: anotherscottAnd also, once the individual 2-octave modules are assembled, whether they can be attached/detached from each other relatively quickly and easily, which would could open up some other tra
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Jump to new posts Re: Ultimate Vertical Piano by Jason74 @ 01/25/15 04:07 PM

Originally Posted By: monadsIt's been discussed before, and it's difficult for one person to try ALL models so I'm not going to ask what is the best upright as it' user/player subjective. What I am looking for is your opinion and review on some of
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Jump to new posts Re: Daily report / Inspiring each other by TonyB @ 01/25/15 04:06 PM

Originally Posted By: keystringOriginally Posted By: TonyBThat sounds similar to ear training, except you are training to be able to hone in on specific instruments. For whatever reason, I have always been drawn to smaller collections of instruments
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Jump to new posts Re: 4 Hz Pitch Raise in One Pass! by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 01/25/15 04:05 PM

What are the pros for strip muting?
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Jump to new posts Re: Best interpreter for Brahms? by Svenno @ 01/25/15 04:04 PM

Originally Posted By: BatuhanI find most of Brahms piano music utterly boring please someone suggest me some pieces so that i can can change my mind? It's a bit funny to read that you claim you find most of Brahms' music boring, while you told me i
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Sustain pedal behaviour - Kawai CS7 by kapelli @ 01/25/15 04:03 PM

Originally Posted By: Kawai Jamessoundsystem, as dewster notes, the CS7 does not support this 'silent replay' characteristic. We are aware of this point, however I'm not sure if a decision has been made on whether it will be implemented on the CS se
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Bach is some of the most satisfying stuff to play. Not sure where it gets "boring".
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Jump to new posts Re: Daily report / Inspiring each other by TonyB @ 01/25/15 04:02 PM

Originally Posted By: Akuden Would I then continue to practice C until next week or so and move on to the next scale? It seems like HT takes months to get down. My left hand wants to do what my right hand does and my right hand wants to do what the
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Jump to new posts Re: Daily report / Inspiring each other by Jytte @ 01/25/15 04:02 PM

Akuden, the little flashing flag at the top of the page means you have a PM.
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Player by Steve617 @ 01/25/15 04:00 PM

thanks for the info. I was looking at Steinways website and it appears to be 1919. Their asking $200 for it. and it is an upright. Looks like it may be one o those deals after restoring it may be worth less than the parts. Steinway Player
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Jump to new posts Re: The best thing I've learned on Piano World.... by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 01/25/15 03:59 PM

I was taught every note in the bar after the accidental, no matter what octave, is affected by the accidental. I would use courtesy accidentals just to make sure. The issue is not who's right, but more how can we reduce ambiguity. Oh, my best thing?
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Jump to new posts Technical/sight reading question by readmyscore @ 01/25/15 03:57 PM

Maybe this should be posted somewhere else if anyone could help I 'd really appreciate it. I am trying to play rach C # minor prelude and I'm working on the middle part and at one part there is a c sharp whole note and B quarter note played at the s
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I don't find Bach and Mozart boring to learn, just boring to play over and over again. Romantic music doesn't get boring - the vast array of different techniques, effects, harmonies used... Bach is complex, deep and interesting in a way, but textur
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Originally Posted By: NorbertQuote: If neither of those work out, I can always consider a new Estonia! Estonia is hardly a second choice. We just sold a 190 and 210 grand to 2 highly accomplished, professional musicians. These guys had compared t
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Jump to new posts Re: Best interpreter for Brahms? by Polyphonist @ 01/25/15 03:51 PM

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