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Jump to new posts Re: Staff accompanist by Cheeto717 @ 08/01/15 02:41 PM

Telemann flute suites Bach string concerti Brahms clarinet/viola sonatas in f minor and e flat beethoven and mozart chamber music is all game as well
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Jump to new posts Re: Advice and info request: Colley & Co 1800's Square Grand by PaulMarentette @ 08/01/15 02:40 PM

Thanks Rick and pianoloverus, I'm the kind of guy who likes to make anything the best it can be. I've done many different types of restoration but this acquisition is the first piano or furniture. I do however have other real-world demands on my t
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Jump to new posts Re: Problem with a reconditioned Bechstein grand by Robert 45 @ 08/01/15 02:28 PM

Thank you for the link to Shackleford pianos. A 1923 Bechstein is a product of Bechstein's Golden Age of piano making during the period of the ascendancy of the Weimar Republic. It is pleasing to know that both the tuner and the company are being he
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: GEM RP90 successful repair by Kumi_27 @ 08/01/15 02:21 PM

Hi Have some bad news and some good news First, the flash - only two of them are designed to operate at 5V and they should work. Second, the firmware. It was a very bad idea to reprogram the chip, when the whole thing is not 100% working and You
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Please identify this music! by WildHorseMan @ 08/01/15 02:21 PM

Hi thanks, I thought it was a piece I heard many years ago on an old film my dad was watching, I've been looking for it for ages! I don't think this was it tho ( just had a listed on YouTube) and I have no idea what the film was called either !
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Please identify this music! by bennevis @ 08/01/15 02:15 PM

Are you talking about La Marseillaise, the French national anthem? (Are the French planning to take over the ailing Royal Mail? ) BTW, Berlioz wrote an overblown version of it for multiple choruses, soloists & orchestra.... http://youtu.be
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Jump to new posts Re: My music by Steve Chandler @ 08/01/15 02:15 PM

Brian, I have to ask were you referring to Tim as an uppity pianist? That would be a big mistake, Tim has been very supportive of living and lesser known composers (such as myself) having performed my music (and the music of many others) for a variet
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Jump to new posts Re: How Effective is the Practice Pedal? by patH @ 08/01/15 02:13 PM

Is it a silent system that completely mutes the acoustic sound and allows you to play with headphones? Or is it a felt strip that just muffles the sound? If it's the former, go for it. It's quite expensive (almost as much as a good digital piano), b
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Jump to new posts Re: How Effective is the Practice Pedal? by williambonard @ 08/01/15 02:12 PM

Just to throw the idea out there (and it all depends on budget), have you considered buying a silent model upright piano that will allow you to play an electric piano with headphones in? You get the best of both worlds that way. I have a Kawai uprig
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Please identify this music! by WildHorseMan @ 08/01/15 02:08 PM

Can someone please tell me what the piece of music is at the beginning of thisTV advert? Not the Beatles one, it sounds like a military March but I can't find it, or shazam it as it says it's by the Royal Mail choir singing all you need is love. Tha
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I skimmed through the preceding pages and didn't find any references to this. Apologies if I missed it. The Yamaha P105 has been replaced with a new model, the p115. Here's a comparison video I found on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gcw
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Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by BDB @ 08/01/15 01:51 PM

So how much do you expect to make from getting the Piano Technicians Guild to endorse your patents?
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Jump to new posts Re: Problem with a reconditioned Bechstein grand by C Scott @ 08/01/15 01:49 PM

Well the technician has been and I told him of the problems. He immediately agreed the treble was harsh but said it was just out of tune due to the new strings and hammers etc. He then told me the sensation of pressure half way was the static regulat
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CP5 key loose, help? by tks184 @ 08/01/15 01:49 PM

Thanks for the info! I will take it in
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: A fresh Rachmaninov Paganini Rhapsody by phantomFive @ 08/01/15 01:48 PM

Hey, careful, soon you might end up liking Rachmaninoff
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Originally Posted By chenParson's music ,wonderful I wonder, if by chance, your comment is influenced by the fact that you, apparently, work for or are affiliated with Parson's music? One could conclude that there are lots of wonderful piano manufa
Mechanical Musical Instruments
Jump to new posts Questions about Autopiano Player by mrj_442 @ 08/01/15 01:38 PM

I'm reposting this from the general forums. Hello! New to the forums...just looking for information. About 9 years ago, I purchased an antique piano. Wife was looking for a piano for the kids, and a lady was trying to get rid of one in her shop. Th
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Jump to new posts Re: How Effective is the Practice Pedal? by ChrisVenables @ 08/01/15 01:29 PM

Hello Dwscamel Celeste rails are OK if you simply want to practise hitting the right notes but you can wave goodbye to any nuances in tone and touch which is exactly what you do when you buy a digital. (well, this is the piano forum) The celes
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Jump to new posts Re: why c3x is much more expensive than c2x? by turandot @ 08/01/15 01:23 PM

Zhengy, I will defer to Chris here. I'm grateful he showed up. Thank you Chris. I will offer a few personal observations. 1.) You've moved an initial objective question to a very subjective one. 2.) For me personally, things work out best when &q
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Autopiano Player Piano Questions by mrj_442 @ 08/01/15 01:21 PM

I found a forum that pertains to players, so I'm going to repost there. Might be better to have this in a specific forum. Thanks for your help!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Mark Cerisano, RPTProvide me with the post where Raphael's and the Stopper temperament are listed. I gaurantee I can measure them nonprogressive. Call. http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthrea...tml#Post2209854 Kees
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By PeytonFor me, as someone who plays mostly by memory, it's a question of playing with the unconscious mind... as soon as the "conscious mind" comes into play... down I go. Therefore, the shorter the piece, the better my
Mechanical Musical Instruments
Jump to new posts Re: Where to see player pianos play by mrj_442 @ 08/01/15 01:12 PM

If you are near Indiana, you need to go to Columbus, Indiana, to Zaharako's Ice Cream Parlor. They have a beautiful 1908 Welte Orchestrian, fully restored, and a museum that has many restored players, including one from the 1870's. The place is like
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: quality digital piano by ElmerJFudd @ 08/01/15 01:07 PM

If you're lugging the Receptor around you might also be thinking controller instead of DP. http://www.studiologic-music.com/products/midi-controllers.html K4 or K5 controllers http://www.viscountinstruments.us/digital-pianos.html
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By Ataru074Originally Posted By outoOriginally Posted By Ataru074Originally Posted By outoI think one "benefit" of such a program is that the weak are weaned off pretty early. This program is build for the purpose of creat
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