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Jump to new posts Re: FOYD - Focus On Your Domain by Medved1 @ Today at 10:37 AM

I tried the "ghosting" approach last night - I think it's working! The effect is less obvious to me while I'm doing the ghosting, but after doing let's say 10x of the ghosted leap, the real thing does just sort of seem to fall into place.
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Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by Henry Pasternack @ Today at 10:32 AM

Wow, it's too bad your parents don't encourage music at home! You should send them over here so we can straighten them out. :-) -Henry
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by Ramzi @ Today at 10:23 AM

I understand what you are saying. I don't really intend to do anything special with my piano, it is just a hobby. I enjoy playing it and expressing myself through it. I actually didn't hit the piano cold; I had been playing clarinet for 4 years befor
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Speaking of Estonia ... by Sir Lurksalot @ Today at 10:23 AM

Speaking of coincidences, here's my kid playing the same song, also on a 12-year-old Estonia (technically it was 11 years old when he made the recording last year, but it's 12 now!) Definitely a jazzed-up version. Note the one Youtube comment is &qu
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Jump to new posts Re: Tuning Pins on Baldwin R by Rickster @ Today at 10:00 AM

Ed A. Hall described the patented Baldwin accujust hitch-pins accurately, and the picture is indeed worth a 1000 words. Like jrcallan, I too have a 1998 Baldwin R with accujust hitch-pins. They are called "rolled-steel" pins and are very
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By AZNpianoOriginally Posted By SiFi Haydn sonatas are just so much more interesting - and better! - than Mozart's. Don't go there!! They're different, but one is not necessarily "better" than the other in any objective
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2016 by Anita Potter @ Today at 09:51 AM

Yay! More people. I'm listening to your "Wicked Game" right now and it's wicked awesome! When my piano grows up I want to do things like this too to give me a break from the classical for a bit. Vika's great. I love her version of Dio's
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Jump to new posts Re: Weird Pianoworld Internet Problem Solved by Rickster @ Today at 09:43 AM

John, there are some professional IT folks who are members of PW. JoBert may well be one of them, I'm not sure. Maybe some of them will chime in and confirm (or not) JoBert's comments. I have not had that particular problem, although sometimes PW
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: RD 800 volume pedal issues. HELP!!!! by Cliff Pitt @ Today at 09:41 AM

UPDATE, the Alesis F2 arrived and again I have been ripped off, the pedal is obviously used and has had a sticky liquid spilt over it, possibly beer, all the rubber is perishing and so sticky it cannot be cleaned up. Im not hoing to test it in case t
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by Henry Pasternack @ Today at 09:38 AM

Just to add to what I said, and for a bit of light humor, this IMHO is what you do NOT want to become: Tsung Tsung plays "Flight of the Bumblebee" on the Ellen Show
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: a Finale stem length issue by Michael Sayers @ Today at 09:37 AM

Thanks for all the replies! It seems that Finale does this when ledger lines are used - requiring the user to always choose between the 8va/8vb shorthand or else having to manually adjust each stem. Pianists don't need a stem that goes all the way
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By GanddalfAnother unknown gem: A flat major Hob.XVI: 46. My absolute favorite Haydn sonata. The first movement has all of those wonderful elements common to Haydn: sudden shifts in mood and dynamics, unexpected pauses and ferma
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by Henry Pasternack @ Today at 09:32 AM

I picked op. 25 no. 6 because I wanted some preparation for playing the Barcarole. I worked on it for a while a few yeas ago then just stopped practicing it. This is a pretty common outcome with this etude, I understand. The descending scales, in
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: a Finale stem length issue by Michael Sayers @ Today at 09:27 AM

Originally Posted By gioiosoFinale did it correctly. Hej Johan, There also is this one. Tack för svaret!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Please help evaluate pin block & bridges by Ed Foote @ Today at 09:08 AM

Greetings, From the pictures, it appears that the piano is no more than a rebuildable core. Frozen action, shot pin block, ruined bridges, and the soundboard doesn't have a prayer of being anywhere near what it is supposed to be. If you want a ST
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Keith Jarrett Solo at Carnegie Hall 2/9/14 by Dfrankjazz @ Today at 09:08 AM

judging from his progeny, I don't think Bach's organ was covered with snow that often Nahummmmmmmmmmmm.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Exciting discovery - new Mozart/Salieri collaboration by Michael Sayers @ Today at 08:54 AM

Originally Posted By cathryn999Apparently it will be performed in Prague on this coming Tuesday: Discovery of Mozart/Salieri collaboration (article) Thanks for posting about this! I wonder when we will be able to read through the score. I do
Adult Beginners Forum
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Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Rhythm by Rerun @ Today at 08:51 AM

Quote:One hand is pretty easy, though when I start to add the other hand I lose the rhythm. Yep, I remember going thru that too ... shuffle variations are a bit tricky getting both hands onboard, but once you've got it, you own it for life. But,
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Jump to new posts Re: Weird Pianoworld Internet Problem Solved by JoBert @ Today at 08:43 AM

This only means that you have found a workaround, not a solution. You still have the redirect virus in your browser. Your computer is still compromised. You should definitely remove this virus, or you'll never know if not a page that you think is har
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts "Piano Concerto Number Three" by Larry G. Alexander @ Today at 08:36 AM

Piano People, This is the first movement of my "Piano Concerto Number Three". http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/PianoConcerto03Mov01.mp3 Regards to everyone. Larry Alexander
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: looking for youtube songs in different keys by hast66 @ Today at 08:35 AM

Thanks I already have Audacity but i didn't knew that feature
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: I don't know what to play?!? by hast66 @ Today at 08:29 AM

Philip glass escape capulets and montagues prokovief close cover - Wim Mertens requiem for a dream Gnosienne 1 - Satie walz - Shostakovich Momentum - Vincent Lee beauty is in the eye... sheets available on request
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ocean Etude vs Revolutionary Etude by Ramzi @ Today at 08:26 AM

I also feel like a beginner, and I also don't see myself finishing with Ocean Etude for at least another year. I don't see it easy, either. There is a lot musically that I might understand once I have finished technically, or that I will have to ask
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: I promised myself I wouldn't post one of these but... by Michael Sayers @ Today at 08:22 AM

Originally Posted By gooddogOriginally Posted By hreichgottHaydn! Haydn! Haydn! The ones suggested are awesome, and they are also among the 4-5 most often heard Haydn sonatas... here are some I love that are a bit more off the beaten path Off the
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