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Jump to new posts Re: The Last Octave by rXd @ Yesterday at 11:05 PM

It's important to remember that, when finding excessively sharp trebles in a piano that, like any other part of the piano, the last octave can drift very sharp with climatic conditions just as much as it can drift lower.
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Jump to new posts Music Notes & Keyboards Swimming Pool by Piano Valentine @ Yesterday at 10:59 PM

I'm enjoying the latest Piano World Newsletter. Wow this swimming pool is wonderful! Does any of you know where it is? http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/gallery/42/medium/6219.jpg
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Jump to new posts Re: Little help from Kimball owners by Tuneless @ Yesterday at 10:59 PM

http://www.vandaking.com/5200-fallboard-soundboard-piano-decals.html
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ROLAND FP-30 by Fleer @ Yesterday at 10:57 PM

Congrats, shalomjj !
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by twocats @ Yesterday at 10:51 PM

Rick, your Baldwin R is beautiful!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by WhoDwaldi @ Yesterday at 10:51 PM

I remember that my lessons with a teacher holding a Peabody MM were $40 per month around 1980. 😀 She was musical. 😀
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: retrofitting MIDI on a grand piano by Charles Cohen @ Yesterday at 10:42 PM

http://www.qrsmusic.com/PNOScan.asp I think a search for "PianoScan", on the Piano Forums, will get you some hits. [Now you know as much as I do!]
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Little help from Kimball owners by Davemaster84 @ Yesterday at 10:42 PM

Hi people! I'm looking from some help, I've a restored Kimball vienece style 5'9 grand piano, it has been re painted and the machinery has been replaced for a German one. Anyway my problem is that when repainted the piano lost the Brand's logo in the
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by JoelW @ Yesterday at 10:37 PM

Originally Posted By Isabelle1949JoelW, do you currently study with a piano teacher? I had one for a few lessons. It was a waste of money. I'd have to spend $100 a week to get decent lessons.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by jkeksk11 @ Yesterday at 10:34 PM

Hi Rick, new to the forum. Is it safe to say that the Baldwins made in the French Provincial case are "Artist Series" grands? Have you ever seen a French Provincial case like yours that wasn't Artist Series?
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Isabelle1949 @ Yesterday at 10:28 PM

JoelW, do you currently study with a piano teacher?
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: The Last Octave by pyropaul @ Yesterday at 10:25 PM

Originally Posted By Bill SchneiderRon, which of those should I investigate first? Entropy is free ... There's a big long and interesting thread about it here. Paul
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by JoelW @ Yesterday at 10:12 PM

Pianoloverus, 99.9% of the Chopin competition pianists, who have spent their whole lives in top notch conservatories, are prime examples of how teaching musicality is nonsense. I suppose you think they are all stellar musicians.
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Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by ebonykawai @ Yesterday at 10:08 PM

It's lovely!!
Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Jump to new posts Winding machine Boss TU-10 Tuner by Tom Tran @ Yesterday at 10:03 PM

TU-10 is enhanced with multi-color LCD display & backlight is supported, allowing you to see clearly at any angle, even at night
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Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Model R by Rickster @ Yesterday at 09:53 PM

Originally Posted By ebonykawaiRick, you have a Baldwin R? I think I'm almost set to trade in my U1 for an R in satin ebony! I am SO EXCITED!!!! Do you love it? I've only ever played Ms, and one super old R from 1911, LOL. This one is quite a bit you
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Jump to new posts Baldwin R by Rickster @ Yesterday at 09:44 PM

Baldwin R
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by Polyphonist @ Yesterday at 09:42 PM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By PolyphonistOriginally Posted By pianoloverusYou're critical of de Larrocha and Richter yet the only evidence of your playing you've ever posted is an ordinary performance of one of the easier Debu
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Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by pianoloverus @ Yesterday at 09:37 PM

Originally Posted By PolyphonistOriginally Posted By pianoloverusYou're critical of de Larrocha and Richter yet the only evidence of your playing you've ever posted is an ordinary performance of one of the easier Debussy Preludes? So no criticism o
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Jump to new posts Re: Keep open your sheet music. But how? by Stubbie @ Yesterday at 09:35 PM

Take it to a shop like Kinkos, Office Max, or Staples and get it spiral bound. It's a permanent (and portable) fix that works on any music desk.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Mozart, difficult to play? by WhoDwaldi @ Yesterday at 09:33 PM

Play Mozart like Boulez? Wolfgang Hammerdeus Boulezart Rondo alla marteau
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ROLAND FP-30 by shalomjj @ Yesterday at 09:31 PM

I am really excited! I just ordered the FP30 at 15% discount from Guitar Center. They are having a call in sale today until 8 pacific standard time in case anyone else is interested. So I got the FP30 for $594 plus taxes brand new with free shipping.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Random Piano Thoughts by JohnSprung @ Yesterday at 09:29 PM

Of course you could play any exercise you want in any register you want. Using the extremes might be a good idea, saving wear and tear on the mid range where most of the music lives.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Purpose of Middle Pedal On An Old Upright? by JohnSprung @ Yesterday at 09:26 PM

The primary reason for a middle pedal on uprights is to have the same number of pedals as some grands. Sostenuto was introduced on grands by Steinway in the late 19th century. Frankly, it wasn't a big success or a big failure. But it did make thr
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Is Soler severely underrated and underperformed? by Orange Soda King @ Yesterday at 09:24 PM

During my time at Louisville, a couple students played a couple Soler sonatas alongside a couple Scarlatti sonatas in their degree recitals. I've never played one, but they are wonderful works, deserving to be played like Scarlatti's.
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