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Originally Posted By outoOriginally Posted By Michael SayersMaybe something like this would be useful? http://www.carolleone.com/78-size-keyboard/ That's excatly what I linked above I've played one of the 7/8 size keyboards and didn't noti
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Jump to new posts Re: What are some cool piano facebook groups? by earlofmar @ Today at 03:33 AM

Originally Posted By dandan19zs1Wow. that is an awesome post!! your first post.......welcome to the forum dandan19zs1
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Recently bought a Casio PX860! this is awesome!!! by dandan19zs1 @ Today at 03:33 AM

Guys. I recently bought a Casio PX860. I just wanted to share my experience and hopefully it can help you guys as well. I went on to google searching for reviews on ydp142, px760 and px860. I wasn't sure which one was best for me. I then came upon a
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Jump to new posts Re: What are some cool piano facebook groups? by earlofmar @ Today at 03:32 AM

Originally Posted By WhizbangOriginally Posted By brucepianoThanks, I was also hoping to find a few groups that focused on technique. Ever since Facebook changed its search, it's become harder to find what I'm looking for. I think the utility of pa
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I think that's a bit narrow minded. None of the masters of colors that come to mind played an NY Steinway D. Yes Horowitz played a Steinway D, but it was a Hamburg one, pinged out to the max. According to most specialists a recipe for killing color.
Pianist Corner
With all due respect, this explanation you offer gives her (or anyone) some Godlike power at prescience that I find very difficult to believe. "If I do this at point A, then this will happen at point H." Sometimes the simplest explanation i
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Jump to new posts Re: Whispers Ear Training sign-up thread. by dire tonic @ Today at 03:20 AM

CYCLE 3 [CLAIM CYCLE] Composer - Polyphonist 1 - Keystring (COMPLETE) 2 - Jytte (COMPLETE) 3 - dire tonic (COMPLETE) 4 - Greener (COMPLETE) 5 - UnderConstruction (PENDING) -- closed --
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Originally Posted By johan dI just added my name to CYCLE3, but can anyone please explain once more, how things work? A cycle should only have 5 players so you'll have to tag along with another cycle. There'll be no shortage. But check the introduc
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Jump to new posts Re: Time Signature Question by Brian Lucas @ Today at 03:14 AM

Originally Posted By joyoussongOriginally Posted By Brian Lucas True of any time signature. The 1 will always be the strongest beat. Not always! Syncopation has the "[a]ccent on 2nd and 4th beat of a measure instead of the usual accent/stre
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Jump to new posts Re: Is it "Live" or is it....... by qazsedcft @ Today at 03:07 AM

Well, that was pretty obvious even to my beginner ears. For sure MIDI won't replace musicians any time soon.
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Jump to new posts Re: What are some cool piano facebook groups? by dandan19zs1 @ Today at 03:03 AM

Wow. that is an awesome post!!
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Originally Posted By Michael SayersMaybe something like this would be useful? http://www.carolleone.com/78-size-keyboard/ That's excatly what I linked above
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Jump to new posts Re: Need help to choose from 1982 YUX and 1992 WX3 by babybearyan @ Today at 02:54 AM

Thank you for all the advice these two days. I have checked the WX-3 with a technician today and he thought it's a good piano that only tuning is needed. Compare to the 1982 YUX, he recommends the WX-3 which turns out a 1990 model. I made a $3200 off
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Jump to new posts Re: German Piano by RAY930 @ Today at 02:52 AM

It is an independent company, not relation with Samick, but directly related to Schulz family and former Wilh. Steinberg, all of them from Germany. They are built in their own factory in China and then prep in Germany. Very good quality and good pri
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I just added my name to CYCLE3, but can anyone please explain once more, how things work?
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Jump to new posts Re: Whispers Ear Training sign-up thread. by johan d @ Today at 02:48 AM

CYCLE 3 [CLAIM CYCLE] Composer - Polyphonist 1 - Keystring (COMPLETE) 2 - Jytte (COMPLETE) 3 - dire tonic (COMPLETE) 4 - Greener (COMPLETE) 5 - UnderConstruction (PENDING) 6 - Johan d (PENDING)
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Jump to new posts Re: Barenboim-Maene Piano: Just Hype? by Withindale @ Today at 02:41 AM

Originally Posted By Gene NelsonI did not see how the bridge or bridges, specifically the bass bridge or bass area of the bridge looked.Did I miss it? ... The photo just cut that part out. maybe its another one of those proprietary things? From the
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Originally Posted By FerdinandOriginally Posted By hreichgottThis piece is "Flood Time" by Eric Thiman, which a student of mine requested to learn, and we just got the music in the mail. The opening reminds me so much of a well-known piece
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Originally Posted By Michael SayersMaybe something like this would be useful? http://www.carolleone.com/78-size-keyboard/ It looks lovely!
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Originally Posted By Nahum None of the sounds, which says MLC . Sorry, of course - MLK! ==================================================================== A small spot on the topic:
Pianist Corner
Maybe something like this would be useful? http://www.carolleone.com/78-size-keyboard/
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By outoOriginally Posted By ChopinAddictBy the way, I can now stretch more than a few years ago, and my hands haven't grown, so I guess practice also helps... Or not...I have had absolutely no change in 4 years. My joints are hyp
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ervin Nyiregyhazi plays March of the Three Holy Kings by Michael Sayers @ Today at 02:15 AM

Hi BruceD, Part of the issue might have to do with it being a rearrangement of the music for piano, although one can sympathize with Nyiregyhazi's desire back in the 1970s to popularize the music of Liszt. Back then there probably were few classica
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Follow-up on the Ukrainian satirist's Toronto concerts by Michael Sayers @ Today at 02:12 AM

I am still sticking to the speculation that this is an attempt at career self-sabotage as an example of "Bobby Fischer syndrome" with her retirement in that hypothetical context needing to be oppositional and forced upon her in a way that s
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By ChopinAddictBy the way, I can now stretch more than a few years ago, and my hands haven't grown, so I guess practice also helps... Or not...I have had absolutely no change in 4 years. My joints are hypermobile and I can strech
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