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Originally Posted By: chopin_r_usAnd that is something of far more interest - the nexus of thought and action. It's actually entirely false and is something that is not taught in classrooms (because it's untrue information). Mark_C does like to d
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Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by chopin_r_us @ Yesterday at 01:27 PM

Originally Posted By: Mark_C We don't pick what muscles to use. We pick the movement, and the choice of the muscles is one of those miracles of evolution or creation or whatever we might believe in, the miracle of how our brains automatically and unc
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP545 vs Kawai CA65 by bossman @ Yesterday at 01:25 PM

Congrats on the purchase. I'm going through the same ... new Yamaha cop-545 or new Roland HP-506. Keep going back and forth ... and driving lots of miles to do so. If I had hair, I'd be pulling it out. I think it's time to take another player wit
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Jump to new posts Re: Can't play to my fullest potential without a good grand by TwoSnowflakes @ Yesterday at 01:25 PM

I spent my entire childhood playing on a spinet with all the, uh, "versatility" for which spinets are so universally...treasured? I remember when I switched teachers as a young teenager. The new teacher had several large beautiful grands i
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Getting started with MIDI: One question. by Kbeaumont @ Yesterday at 01:24 PM

Yes since it looks like your p35 doesn't have USB, you will need a midi to USB adapter similar to this one (link) I don't know what is available in Italy, but it should be easy and cheap to find one.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT - Going Hiking by Ragdoll @ Yesterday at 01:24 PM

Oh SAM ... I hope you are Ok. I see no journal entry since Sunday. I truly hope you are just resting your feet and haven't been hurt or something.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My fingers know what my brain has forgotten by LXXXVIIIdentes @ Yesterday at 01:24 PM

I would describe myself as a 'tween on the forums - an accomplished amateur in my teens, but with small hands, so I never had a stretch beyond an octave. I'm now in my seventies, with lots of osteoarthritis (not painful) in my fingers, returning to
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: FOYD - Focus On Your Domain by carlos88 @ Yesterday at 01:24 PM

I finally took the plunge - bought a violin and started searching for a violin teacher. I'd like to be able play with amateur adult groups around here, either classical or bluegrass, in 2-3 years. One of my base qualifying questions that the teache
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Getting started with MIDI: One question. by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 01:20 PM

You will need an interface along with cables since your DP doesn't offer USB MIDI. It will look something like this, although I cannot necessarily recommend this exact model: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/U...0WkeBoCWa_w_wcB Perhaps someon
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Remembering what to play by spanishbuddha @ Yesterday at 01:18 PM

Do you learn the harmonic structure of the pieces, or just the notes to press? I also used to, well still do, forget parts of pieces, but by drawing on my memory of the structure I can usually get it back.
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Jump to new posts Re: Time to change teacher? by John v.d.Brook @ Yesterday at 01:12 PM

Originally Posted By: AndresDI'm a beginner piano student, I've been studying on and off for 7 years without making much progress, and I'm just on a level where I can play easy pieces after some practice. I've been working with my current teacher fo
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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Prelude Op.28 No.4 - Suggestions by briansaddleback @ Yesterday at 01:08 PM

Thoughts or suggestions? I played this one a while back. Although relatively one of the easier pieces in terms of technique and physical demand, it is a very beautifully and emotionally crafted work. Sets the mood to any night and can bring out an
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by faulty_Damper @ Yesterday at 01:04 PM

Originally Posted By: ParksDamper, fantastic post! Very well articulated. Originally Posted By: Faulty_DamperJust like some English speakers have Spanish accents, many pianists have a technical accents. I love it! Have you ever experienced an acce
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: Art_VandelayThey also have a big hole in them, much like the logic present in this thread. Agreed. The science-rejecting side in discussions like this usually have gaping holes in their logic. Poor, poor people.
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Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by Art_Vandelay @ Yesterday at 01:00 PM

They also have a big hole in them, much like the logic present in this thread.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by faulty_Damper @ Yesterday at 12:59 PM

Originally Posted By: ParksOriginally Posted By: Mark_C As tiny as the interossei ... Well, you know what they say about the size of a man's interossei's . . . . The bigger the interossei, the bigger the hand.
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Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 12:59 PM

Originally Posted By: VidBagels are circular just like the direction of this thread. I like scallion cream cheese on mine. Indeed. I like cream cheese on an Everything bagel, if someone's taking orders.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Stephen Hough - Advice for talented piano students by fnork @ Yesterday at 12:58 PM

"What does the most talented piano student need most?", Stephen Hough asks, in his most recent blog entry. I found this a very worthwhile read, and made some comments in the blog - perhaps food for thought for PW members too? http://blogs
Pianist Corner
Bagels are circular just like the direction of this thread. I like scallion cream cheese on mine.
Pianist Corner
@Mark_C Actually, you're extremely off the mark on your evaluation of how we use our muscles to perform motions. We can recruit the interessoi with ease through practice and some accessible sensations.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: Mark_C Cliff's Notes: You're right, the other guy (who might indeed be the same guy as 'the other other guy') is ridiculously wrong. To anyone who knows about such things, the interchange is comical, because of the absurdity or
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Let's Talk Weddings by briansaddleback @ Yesterday at 12:51 PM

Originally Posted By: Piano WorldGreat stories everyone, keep them coming. I'll add one I experienced... My girlfriend's daughter got married recently (her second trip to the altar). I offered to play the music at her wedding. Figured I'd make some
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Play chopin étude op 10 no 1 at 104 bpm in a week by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 12:50 PM

Originally Posted By: AtrysOriginally Posted By: Morodiene That article does not address the topic that chopin_r_us was talking about. 1) Yes it does. 2) You're a voice teacher...if you want to have a "reading comprehension competition" wi
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: Mark_C As tiny as the interossei ... Well, you know what they say about the size of a man's interossei's . . . .
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by Donzo @ Yesterday at 12:49 PM

Originally Posted By: BrianDXYesterday I made it to the final section of Level 2 (Key of F). Congrats! Quote: I feel that I am kind of at a crossroads here. My teacher is thinking it may time to go off in a different direction (not sure what tha
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