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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: I am considering buying the Yamaha P255 as my upgrade DP by littlebirdblue @ 07/21/14 02:22 AM

I tried a bunch of DPs before I gave up and went for PX 150 but of all the DPs I tried, my favorite was P255 so if it's within your budget, I say it's a great choice. BTW, your description of the demo Casio keyboards is making me nervous. No sticky
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Thumb Notes? by wouter79 @ 07/21/14 02:22 AM

I guess it's just notes played with the thumb. The thumb is different from other fingers (well, they are all different but the thumb is the most different). It's much stronger, rotated and much more flexible. Therefore the thumb is the primary pivot
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: outoOriginally Posted By: faulty_DamperOriginally Posted By: ParksOriginally Posted By: carey Or perhaps the true meaning of Chopin's statement simply got lost in translation. Yeah, it sounds way better in Polish. I'm pret
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Piano Volume by JohnSprung @ 07/21/14 02:18 AM

There is no one fixed perfect volume. Acoustic pianos vary widely in the volume that results from the same energy put into the keys. I just came back from playing a tinny little console with rock hard hammers that's very loud. I've even found a co
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts GHS improved over time? by doremi @ 07/21/14 02:12 AM

http://youtu.be/x_DcljpKnIM
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 02:11 AM

Well I don't know what else to do.
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Polyphonist @ 07/21/14 02:09 AM

It isn't.
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 02:09 AM

Good to hear - I think I'll put this one in my "completed" folder.
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Jump to new posts Re: Fugue in F, for 3 voices by Polyphonist @ 07/21/14 02:08 AM

Perhaps there will be some interest if I post a recording. http://picosong.com/csEY
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Polyphonist @ 07/21/14 02:02 AM

Still awful, but much better.
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 02:00 AM

http://www.scribd.com/doc/234626327/Prelude-in-a-Major Here is an alternative score !
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: Ataru074In pieces where a long, nice, steady pace is required the cure is (at least for me) 1) play every note with an accent, forte, all the way into the keybed like you want to slam it down with the metronome between 40 to 60
Pianist Corner
A famous pianist (I'm not remembering who, exactly) was asked during an interview whether such and such a piece was difficult to play. He replied "There is no such thing as a difficult piece; either it's easy or it's impossible." I take th
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Three-Part Invention by Nikolas @ 07/21/14 01:35 AM

This is, indeed a fine work. The music works very much (and thank you for your recording). I did feel that I'd like the whole performance to be rather slower and more romantic in nature, but I think that this is a computerized performance, in which
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 01:33 AM

Yes that is probably correct - I think I'll correct all of the errors sometime soon.
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by JoelW @ 07/21/14 01:31 AM

It's not just the stems. There are many things wrong.
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 01:30 AM

I think I'll fix the score sometime soon.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Espressivo by jeffreyjones @ 07/21/14 01:29 AM

"Espressivo" is a term of relativity.. suggesting that you should change something about how it is played in order to make it especially expressive. How that is done is always going to be up to the performer and according to the context, be
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Polyphonist @ 07/21/14 01:29 AM

What do you mean you'll fix it sometime soon? You should not be posting any score this bad. Fix it first, then post.
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 01:28 AM

Yes I think its mostly just an issue of the stems pointing in directions that makes it difficult to read. I'll fix that sometime soon.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 34 --- General Discussion Room by outo @ 07/21/14 01:24 AM

Originally Posted By: MaryBee 32. outo - Fantasia no. 4 E-minor, Allegro Nice job with this. My teacher says that the key to playing Bach is to get the fingering right. I wonder if this is also true of Telemann. If so, it sounds like your work on g
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by JoelW @ 07/21/14 01:21 AM

No offense, but do you realize that the score is atrocious?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Headphone Amp? by chopin_r_us @ 07/21/14 01:15 AM

I used to use a Fender Twin Reverb (but that was with a Fender Rhodes!). Now I use a clavichord.
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: faulty_DamperOriginally Posted By: ParksOriginally Posted By: carey Or perhaps the true meaning of Chopin's statement simply got lost in translation. Yeah, it sounds way better in Polish. I'm pretty certain he wrote it in
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Fascinating Restoration Video by A443 @ 07/21/14 01:07 AM

I'll bend some wire in sequence and take some pictures, so that the progression makes more sense... However, for now: I start with a O [string shape] and bend it so it makes two CC [string shapes] going in the same exact direction (i.e., installed f
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