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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha GT20 advice and experience needed by Jean Claude @ 11/17/14 05:29 PM

Je ten prie.
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Jump to new posts Re: Is This Piano Worth Re-habing? by Retsacnal @ 11/17/14 05:29 PM

Originally Posted By: LarryShoneWhat is meant by relative pitch? If the majority of notes have drifted out of tune fairly consistently, it's possible to clean up unisons and the odd sour note, and have it sound pretty good but not be at A4 = 440 (i.
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Jump to new posts Re: FOYD - Focus On Your Domain by neuralfirings @ 11/17/14 05:28 PM

Originally Posted By: verqueue Yeah. The other problem is that no one criticize me, my family and friends don't know this music, so they don't see the difference. I've become lazy. Yeah, sometimes I find classical music to be a bit lonely in this
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by peterws @ 11/17/14 05:27 PM

37 Torquenale Starts out as ragtime . . .This is an unusual piece of music, bright and animated. Now, who started this stuff, Debussy or Joplin? The mind boggles. You certaimly know your stuff. Excellent! 38 Was True Beginner Another new com
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Jump to new posts Serial # on a 1922 Steinway AR........? by Grandpianoman @ 11/17/14 05:25 PM

We are having a hard time locating the serial # on this Steinway AR....cannot seem to find one. When they re-gilded the plate, they did not stamp the serial # back in that small area....we have found the case #....E 4512 on several pieces, front of t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Yamaha GranTouch GT20 advice needed by Helena1 @ 11/17/14 05:20 PM

I am trying to find reviews and opinions about GranTouch Yamaha GT20. I cannot find this model even on Yamaha's own website and it seems to be difficult to come by with information. Does anyone know when this model was made? Around 1999, 2000? If c
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by TrapperJohn @ 11/17/14 05:17 PM

Note to OHIO_MARK: I never did actually find out who in the world Alexander Morovsky was - I feel fairly certain however that "he" was either Alfred (of Alfred Publishing) or the great Wanda Landowsky - but I have no hard evidence to estab
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Jump to new posts Re: So who's going out of tune this week? by RealPlayer @ 11/17/14 05:16 PM

Originally Posted By: MarkarianDampp-Chaser called for water last night. I hope it doesn't run out again while I'm out of state for Thanksgiving weekend When my tech installed the D-C over 10 years ago, we discussed the idea that I could be away for
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by TrapperJohn @ 11/17/14 05:08 PM

20. barbaram - Barbara - Nefeli - while it somewhat irks me to have to say something nice about the over-exposed Einaudi this is a really striking piece of music and you played it strikingly well!
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha GT20 advice and experience needed by Helena1 @ 11/17/14 05:04 PM

Merci! I am very new here so thank you for directing me to the right forum:) GT stands for GranTouch and this piano should have a real grand piano keyboard and action with optical sensors. I believe that at it's time it was a very appreciated digita
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Jump to new posts Re: Chickering Piano by OperaTenor @ 11/17/14 05:03 PM

I completely agree with Robert! I'm a huge fan of Chickering. It is worth rescuing and storing until it can be rebuilt, if that's what it takes.
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Jump to new posts Re: What did you play tonight? by Johan B @ 11/17/14 05:02 PM

Originally Posted By: GanddalfWish I had the capacity of some of you. I spent some 45 minutes polishing a fer measures of Chopin piece. BTW I usually practice in the morning before work and don't play often in the afternoon and the evening. Gandda
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Jump to new posts Re: yamaha P-105 or DGX 650 by jtsn @ 11/17/14 05:01 PM

Originally Posted By: seniormomentI have listened to the Kawaii ES100 & it sounds a little "tinny" to me, don't know if that's a word. So far I like the more mellow sound of the Yamaha. Thanks everybody! BTW: The ES100 has two piano s
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by peterws @ 11/17/14 05:01 PM

32 Wimpiano You`ll know now how hard it can is to smooth out those intermixing LH and RH parts! You`re on the correct path and have made terrific progress for the time you`ve had. Excellent. 33 SandTiger Never rains in S California . . .it does
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha or Watanabe? by Mark Davis @ 11/17/14 04:59 PM

Just found out that I would need to use an adaptor for the Yamaha tips for my lever, so I guess I will go for the Watanabe.
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Jump to new posts Re: Chickering Piano by Robert 45 @ 11/17/14 04:58 PM

Alternatively, if you could get it at a giveaway price, you could store it at your parents' place and have the work done later. With respect, it is probably a more interesting and rewarding instrument than the Hopkinson vertical. I am sure that many
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Originally Posted By: Johan BHi there.... I started this post; perhaps it is nice when more members share their favourites...... Please....... Show also hyperlinks of Xmas- scores to print or buy For example: Christmas songs for play in first cl
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Jump to new posts Re: Kissin, Lisitsa, Lang Lang So Overrated by Brad Hoehne @ 11/17/14 04:53 PM

I made a drive with some friends just yesterday to see Valentina Lisistsa perform with a small regional orchestra in a rather modest setting. She performed both of the Brahms Piano concertos, works which I've long known, but never deeply loved. (I'
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Originally Posted By: bennevisOriginally Posted By: Johan B.......BENNEVIS..... I like your signature quote..... "I don't play accurately - anyone can play accurately - but I play with wonderful expression. As far as the piano is concerned, se
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 36 --- General Discussion Room by peterws @ 11/17/14 04:51 PM

26 Chopinaholic Mighty fine piano and recording here, man. You`ll be a front runner for one of the cash prizes . . Magnifique! 27 CasinItaly These sound Baroque-ish. The first was enjoyable and fairly light as Baroque pieces go. The second,
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Yamaha or Watanabe? by Mark Davis @ 11/17/14 04:49 PM

For tuning tips, if one has the option, which are better in quality, Yamaha or Watanabe? Thank you.
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: Johan B.......BENNEVIS..... I like your signature quote..... "I don't play accurately - anyone can play accurately - but I play with wonderful expression. As far as the piano is concerned, sentiment is my forte. I keep sc
Adult Beginners Forum
Hi there.... I started this post; perhaps it is nice when more members share their favourites...... Please....... Show also hyperlinks of Xmas- scores to print or buy For example: Christmas songs for play in first class restaurant Who is n
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Jump to new posts Re: 5 ft 3 (160 cm) grand - too many compromises? by Norbert @ 11/17/14 04:46 PM

Knowing most or all of the pianos mentioned above, our choice for Ritmuller was after realizing the piano is truly in a class of its own [almost.. ..] It's not something we made up out of the blue:after adopting Ritmuller we eventually "lost&
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.......BENNEVIS..... I like your signature quote..... "I don't play accurately - anyone can play accurately - but I play with wonderful expression. As far as the piano is concerned, sentiment is my forte. I keep science for Life." Lovely
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