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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha N1 Delivered!/First Impression by Michiyo-Fir @ Today at 01:18 PM

Originally Posted By MorodieneOver time you will grow accustomed to the action feel and sound (if it's still audible). Going from a CP300 will definitely take some adjusting and at first it will be more demanding for you to play on, but this will be
Piano Teachers Forum
Thanks. It seems I had the right idea. I will tell my grandma to look at the Petzel minuets. They sound probably easiest to me. We'll see what comes of it ...
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha N1 Delivered!/First Impression by Michiyo-Fir @ Today at 01:13 PM

Originally Posted By peterwsI tried one o` those last time I was in the piano shop. It was really good; dare I say, a mite better than my DGX . . But the bass was a tad quiet, as though you were listening to it from the privelidged front seats, ins
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Support Sight by 8 Octaves @ Today at 01:07 PM

I will ask for you. Hi Rachel, could you give us an update on where you're at on your new 2nd ed. book 1 videos?
Pianist Corner
http://www.landmarktheatres.com/minneapolis/film-info/seymour-an-introduction Looks like its coming soon to your area but no exact dates. I know its currently showing in Seattle.
Pianist Corner
The movement is Presto up until bar 40. Then it is Molto allegro e vivace, which is slower than Presto. Molto allegro of course taken to mean very fast, but still slower than Presto, and vivace is not so much a speed but a feeling, a character.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help on repeats and double bars... by Dru Morgan @ Today at 01:02 PM

Originally Posted By scorpioOriginally Posted By Dru MorganSame question for Marine's Hymn on p.115 I see two lines (four bars each) and the dotted part is at the end of the first line. Just playing by ear, I feel that I should play (line 1, line 2
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: piano quiz #3 by Markarian @ Today at 01:01 PM

So what is it, Sam? Just wondering if my guess was correct.
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By iLawNo discussion, or even a mention, of the WNG action. He wrote the article six years ago, back in 2009. When did M&H start using the composite action? Larry. M&H registered the WNG trademark in 2004. I don't kno
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help on repeats and double bars... by scorpio @ Today at 12:49 PM

Originally Posted By Dru MorganSame question for Marine's Hymn on p.115 I see two lines (four bars each) and the dotted part is at the end of the first line. Just playing by ear, I feel that I should play (line 1, line 2, line 1) Is that right for
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fundamental Keys Support Sight by R_B @ Today at 12:48 PM

Actually it COULD "hurt to ask" Once upon a very long time ago, when computers took up gymnasium sized air conditioned rooms, I was often in the position of being ASKED how long it was going to take to fix. I always WANTED to reply "S
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No discussion, or even a mention, of the WNG action. He wrote the article six years ago, back in 2009. When did M&H start using the composite action? Larry.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Grand Obsession by Perri Knize by Stubbie @ Today at 12:39 PM

A few weeks ago, somebody here pointed out Amazon had it one its deal a day (or whatever it's called) for Kindle. I bought it and read it. It was a good read.
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Jump to new posts Re: Days when it all goes wrong by Stubbie @ Today at 12:31 PM

Originally Posted By malkinOriginally Posted By PhilipInChinaI do find Chocolate helps. That much is certain. I haven't felt "it all goes wrong." I think my practice is more like a normal curve: sometimes this end, sometimes that end,
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help on repeats and double bars... by Dru Morgan @ Today at 12:31 PM

Same question for Marine's Hymn on p.115 I see two lines (four bars each) and the dotted part is at the end of the first line. Just playing by ear, I feel that I should play (line 1, line 2, line 1) Is that right for the "repeat" notation
Piano Forum
Reading the article should help clarify his identity! Robert.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone regretted not spending more? by Bellicapelli @ Today at 12:16 PM

Originally Posted By andoOriginally Posted By Bellicapelli BMW recently stated 99.9% of its customers didn’t realize where the traction is located on their BMWs. You know, RWD is complicated and costly to produce, and shortly after, boom: you have
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Jump to new posts Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? by wimpiano @ Today at 12:15 PM

Good to have you back Ron!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CA97/67 on youtube! by ADWyatt @ Today at 12:13 PM

David, I very much appreciate the time you took to give us a serious analysis of Pianoteq on the new CA97. From your input, it certainly looks like these two make a great combination for live play. But if I may, I'd like to ask you another question o
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2015 by sinophilia @ Today at 12:12 PM

Thank you Cathy, how nice of you to say that! Anita, I think it's a very good exercise, to keep the music always in front of you and try not to look at your hands too much. I guess I unconsciously memorised much of this piece, anyway, but I couldn'
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By J Joe TownleyOriginally Posted By joe80Hakki I see what you're saying re Mendelssohn and Grieg - I kind of feel the same way about the Mendelssohn although it has some very beautiful things in it. The Grieg, well, I think it's on
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone regretted not spending more? by Bellicapelli @ Today at 12:12 PM

Originally Posted By dire tonicAre you saying that Philip's Garritan performances remained unconvincing for that fussy 0.02% (or whatever it was deemed to be) only because the sound and production were too good? No, or yes. I guess it depends on ho
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha N1 Delivered!/First Impression by 8 Octaves @ Today at 12:09 PM

The action noise of an acoustic piano is quite loud. If you ever ask a piano technician to mute all 3 strings on a note, the sound as the hammer hits the string is surprisingly loud. When you mute any strings under the capo bar, the sound of the ha
Adult Beginners Forum
I am glad to hear that your health is improving and you are playing piano again! Welcome back!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone regretted not spending more? by ando @ Today at 12:02 PM

Originally Posted By Bellicapelli BMW recently stated 99.9% of its customers didn’t realize where the traction is located on their BMWs. You know, RWD is complicated and costly to produce, and shortly after, boom: you have the first Fwd BMWs coming
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