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Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by IanW @ Yesterday at 09:07 AM

Did Franck originally write this piece for piano or organ?
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by Gadzar @ Yesterday at 09:01 AM

I mean I can tune a good set of CM3s C#3, F3, A3, C#4, F4, A4 And then another good CM3s chain D3, F#3, A#3, D4, F#4 But the windows C#3F3 < C#3A#3 < F3A3 and F3A3 < F3D4 < A3C#4 are insufficient to guarant the second chain is "in
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by outo @ Yesterday at 08:55 AM

Originally Posted By IanWThe only piece I could find on the Piano Syllabus site in those keys at grade 2-3 was Franck's Poco lento no 46 in Gb major. Check it out here. These short Franck organ pieces tend to be quite complicated to play with
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozetich Prelude - short Canadian piece by pianoloverus @ Yesterday at 08:52 AM

Beautiful and thrilling!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Equal finger pressure on chords by Peyton @ Yesterday at 08:51 AM

I've periodically come across this problem in my playing in the past but as I've been working on some Satie pieces I've noticed it more and it bothers me. The problem is, when playing chords with my left hand, to get the fingers to play evenly. Take
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by UnrightTooner @ Yesterday at 08:50 AM

Originally Posted By GadzarIn my sequence I guess the problem is the compounded error as I tune each note to the previous tuned note. Compound errors with an RBI sequence??? How could it be??? SAY IT AIN'T SO, JOE!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by MRC @ Yesterday at 08:47 AM

Originally Posted By zrtf90Practising pieces with many black keys and scales with many black keys are very different things. Beginner's pieces will allow the hand to reach a wider range than five keys by stretching out the fingers and later by passin
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Haydn, die Sieben Worte by PianoStudent88 @ Yesterday at 08:46 AM

Thanks!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Where do you live and how's business? by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 08:45 AM

I am also in South Florida. I moved here from central WI primarily to pursue a career in opera, but I also wanted to continue teaching piano and voice. I have been here now 3 years and I barely have a studio. I will be shutting down the school I star
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by malkin @ Yesterday at 08:44 AM

Originally Posted By DragonPianoPlayerNot the greatest, but they are what I used as a kid Schaums scales and pieces in all keys books 1 and 2 Schaums around the world in all keys These are still available: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/sc
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Jump to new posts Re: Bringing out the melody by johan d @ Yesterday at 08:43 AM

Originally Posted By zrtf90They won't go smooth until you start deliberately practising the thing you're trying to achieve. On your very first pieces you should focus on bringing out the melody and the accents. The longer you leave it the more you're
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by IanW @ Yesterday at 08:40 AM

The only piece I could find on the Piano Syllabus site in those keys at grade 2-3 was Franck's Poco lento no 46 in Gb major. Check it out here.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: are there any piano recommendations for a beginning tuner? by JonathanBird @ Yesterday at 08:39 AM

Originally Posted By Ed FooteGreetings, I thought you wanted a piano to practice piano maintenance on. well, I'm just starting out so I have to deal with everything, but I thought that I'd first deal with tuning, and learn regulation and repair
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: An alarming trend: Memorizing is out of fashion by PianoStudent88 @ Yesterday at 08:38 AM

Originally Posted By BDBIf you memorize poorly, you may lose your urge to play altogether. Why? I don't memorize music -- my skill at memorizing is somewhere along the spectrum from "awful" to "never" -- and it doesn't seem to re
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by Medden @ Yesterday at 08:38 AM

Just a suggestion, but why not find a piece at your desired skill level, in any key, and transpose it into B major?
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozetich Prelude - short Canadian piece by ChrisKeys @ Yesterday at 08:37 AM

This is an amazing piece! I am not at all familiar with this composer, so thanks for the introduction. As always, I look forward to your performances and this one is very satisfying.
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teaching a Four Year Old by DameMyra @ Yesterday at 08:35 AM

Thank you all so much for the suggestions, and the link to pianostreet!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone regretted not spending more? by dewster @ Yesterday at 08:34 AM

Originally Posted By PhJ.(and the other problem of modeled pianos to my ear is the attack portion of the sound, there's always something that is not sounding right. I do find them great to practice on though, as they reproduce the subtleties of tone
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by Gadzar @ Yesterday at 08:30 AM

In my sequence I guess the problem is the compounded error as I tune each note to the previous tuned note.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by UnrightTooner @ Yesterday at 08:28 AM

Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTBecause we are human, we can "think" a M3 is faster or slower than a neighbour, or in my sequence, within a beat speed window, but our ears can be fooled. The SBI provide a safeguard - a second, and mo
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Folk arrangements by Yacob @ Yesterday at 08:24 AM

It looks interesting, I will definitely check it out. Thank you!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Bringing out the melody by zrtf90 @ Yesterday at 08:24 AM

They won't go smooth until you start deliberately practising the thing you're trying to achieve. On your very first pieces you should focus on bringing out the melody and the accents. The longer you leave it the more you're developing the bad habit o
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easy pieces in B major for begginers by outo @ Yesterday at 08:20 AM

Originally Posted By AceitunaI found these ones: https://musescore.com/user/510381/scores/657376 https://musescore.com/michaelcbro/prelude-in-b-major https://musescore.com/michaelcbro/fugue-in-b-major Which one do you think is the easiest? It depen
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Should I apply for bachelor or master degree? by hreichgott @ Yesterday at 08:19 AM

Hi tobevirtuoso, I was in the same situation, having a degree in another subject but wanting to pursue music further. I did attend a college with a conservatory attached, and auditioned to study piano with a professor at the conservatory while there
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with best octave sizes by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ Yesterday at 08:17 AM

Because we are human, we can "think" a M3 is faster or slower than a neighbour, or in my sequence, within a beat speed window, but our ears can be fooled. The SBI provide a safeguard - a second, and more importantly, different way to listen
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