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Jump to new posts Re: Timing for these notes? by zrtf90 @ Today at 12:59 PM

Check out the Moonlight sonata first movement or Chopin's Prelude in E, Op. 28/9 to get an idea of the rhythm. There are pieces where you can overlook the difference and plop the semiq down with the third triplet but it should come just after. If yo
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hi im NEW by soundsquire @ Today at 12:59 PM

Welcome to Piano World! I say go for it. Get the best set of keys you can afford and just go for it. You may find that music takes a priority. I for one completely exited one of my other long time hobbies to focus on piano.
Adult Beginners Forum
It will be "Back to Bach" for me , my first Bach piece in years. A fugue from the WTC #1. Sam
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DAWs by Dan Clark @ Today at 12:40 PM

Originally Posted By bill5Most of these are more than I care to spend. I was all set to zoom in on Reaper, but they say there's a steeper learning curve, which is precisely what I don't want...FL Studio for that same reason is the leader. But that's
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Timing for these notes? by Fatih @ Today at 12:36 PM

Hey guys, I started learning Blues Piano. This is a bar of a song from Tim Richards(Improvising Blues Piano) . I really don't know how to play this triplet with the 2 notes on bass staff. How does the timing happen? My tutor said "Play tha
Adult Beginners Forum
I've been away 3 out of the last 4 weeks. My main WIP piece is also not up to snuff, and won't get there in the time available. I'm going to polish up an old favourite of mine. My challenge with it is that I first learned it before properly returning
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hi im NEW by Jytte @ Today at 12:21 PM

Hi DigitalC and welcome to PianoWorld. You are a mere 'kid' compared to me and a lot of others in this forum It's never too late. I, as many others, started out on a keyboard just like yours, except it was a Yamaha. You can learn a lot on that whi
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A revelation on uprights by Norbert @ Today at 12:18 PM

Quote:It's absolutely correct that for the price of a new Steinway upright you could have a fully rebuilt tier one 6' to 7'6 grand (depending on make, age, availability etc), but then not everyone is in the market for that grand. My piano cost a grea
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Let's Talk Weddings by gdguarino @ Today at 12:17 PM

There was a second or two in that video that shows a round pool that I think may be in the Tuileries gardens. I've got a photo somewhere of an elderly man with a cart full of colorful wooden toy sailboats that he would rent out for people to "sa
Piano Teachers Forum
Originally Posted By malkin I'm curious about the sample size: How many inquiries do teachers get from adults each year? No more than 2. In some years, zero.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hi im NEW by Johan B @ Today at 12:13 PM

Originally Posted By DigitalCin 2.5 years you can play some of Chopin and Beethoven wow that bring me HOPE.... thank you so much for share your experience with me DigitalC, When you really want............ You know my motto is.......Nil volenti
Adult Beginners Forum
Those recital dates seem so far away, and then they sneak up on you real quick Hoping to get my currently 'smallest and easiest' piece ready for this one.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Traditional (less than) One Month to Recital Thread by Monica K. @ Today at 11:58 AM

Where the *heck* did all the time go? Our quarterly AB forum recital is less than a month away!! Newbies, are you wondering what a quarterly AB forum recital is? Check out our Recital FAQ Thread: How's everybody's pieces going? The Einaudi piece
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By bill5Thanks but again, playing I have no concerns. But I'll be recording and sequencing, and from what I've gathered so far those things can get sucked up mighty quick.... Unfortunately just how quick seems to vary and is hard i
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tips starting out more seriously. by iamanders @ Today at 11:37 AM

My tip would be: Give much effort and time into your playing and learning the instrument! But you need to see your progress otherwise you may be only frustrated and stop practicing (that is what psychology of learning is telling us). My question is
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A revelation on uprights by joe80 @ Today at 11:36 AM

It's absolutely correct that for the price of a new Steinway upright you could have a fully rebuilt tier one 6' to 7'6 grand (depending on make, age, availability etc), but then not everyone is in the market for that grand. My piano cost a great deal
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Life span of a digital piano by dire tonic @ Today at 11:33 AM

Originally Posted By bill5Originally Posted By CarlHThe simple answer to the original question is that the lifespan of a digital piano is as long as the components hold out. Except that that doesn't answer the question. That's like someone asking ho
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Life span of a digital piano by Hendrik42 @ Today at 11:29 AM

Originally Posted By BechWhat is the life span of the average digital piano? What's it's mechanical weak points? A friend has a Kawai DP that is about 15 years old and its a bit banged up, because he moved with it a number of times. A friend has a
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Yes, of coarse, that would be nice.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: piano by Tom Christian @ Today at 11:24 AM

Originally Posted By iamandersIf my post were dumb/strange/stupid then what is this forum for? Your post is none of those things, and it's actually an interesting question. You might consider a sub-dividing electronic metronome -- one that can divi
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? by PhilipInChina @ Today at 11:07 AM

Nothing special but I spent a significant part of Saturday afternoon and evening practicing, literally until my hands and wrists ached. I have improved- but I expect to deteriorate overnight!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Life span of a digital piano by krikorik @ Today at 11:05 AM

A good but a somehow inconvenient move would be to buy the next gen VPC1 with longer keys and connect to whatever digital piano soft you want and ugrade the soft at any point w/o much expense. From the keyboard point of view it is closest to a grand
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A revelation on uprights by PhilipInChina @ Today at 11:05 AM

Originally Posted By Karl WatsonSteve: I'd be VERY interested in a response to this question, esp. concerning the Astoria Steinways. On previous occasions, Del has expressed a preference for other American makes of this period, at least as subjects f
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Is it necessary for pianists learn play drums? by KlinkKlonk @ Today at 10:57 AM

no need, t'was just some drunk rambling
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: piano by iamanders @ Today at 10:48 AM

If my post were dumb/strange/stupid then what is this forum for?
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