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Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner Level Classic Repertoire by Daneel Olivaw @ 06/23/16 03:22 PM

Originally Posted By AlbuneaI have "Easy Classics to Moderns". In particular this one: https://www.amazon.com/Easy-Classics-Moderns-Music-Millions/dp/0825640172 and I have only identified one piece as about Grade 1 ("First Dance"
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How do you tune with Tuninglab? by HelloMrZebra @ 06/23/16 03:13 PM

So the program calculates the intervals optimum coincidental partial. So, for tuning there is no need to play A4-A3 together, you simply just hit the A3 key and make the display come to a stop. How accurate is this to aural ET tuning? Could this devi
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner Level Classic Repertoire by bennevis @ 06/23/16 03:03 PM

Originally Posted By AlbuneaI have "Easy Classics to Moderns". In particular this one: https://www.amazon.com/Easy-Classics-Moderns-Music-Millions/dp/0825640172 and I have only identified one piece as about Grade 1 ("First Dance"
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DP search & a little Introduction by CyrusMC @ 06/23/16 03:02 PM

Yes that does pretty much confirm what I had originally thought regarding Polyphony. I suppose my main question about the two keyboard for learning classical music comes from the fact that I don't really know how a keyboard should feel in a way. I'
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Can someone identify this baby grand? by HelloMrZebra @ 06/23/16 02:55 PM

Anyone got pictures of these D-Type Spring & Loop actions? So I can see the difference?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Anyone own the Roland HP603? by Noonie @ 06/23/16 02:43 PM

The interesting experience for me (maybe because I've only been playing for a year and don't know any better?) is that with headphones on all of the DP's I tried are similar. Without headphones, none of them sound 'great' (to me). They're all bette
Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Jump to new posts Piano Zimmermann by SilverPiano @ 06/23/16 02:39 PM

photos of my new Zimmermann piano
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by WhoDwaldi @ 06/23/16 02:34 PM

Originally Posted By Isabelle1949Originally Posted By Mark_CP.S. It would be more humane to announce the names in another way that The Cliburn has sometimes done it (and other competitions too), which is to say them in the order in which the people p
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: learning piano vs singing by prout @ 06/23/16 02:15 PM

Originally Posted By TimROriginally Posted By prout A truly great singer needs a truly great teacher to provide them with proper vocal technique. Unlike the piano, where body tension, hand position and motion are visible, the vocal apparatus is not v
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DP search & a little Introduction by Frédéric L @ 06/23/16 02:14 PM

The best think to do is to try both of them and make your own mind. About the polyphony, 128 and 256 voices will do exactly the same with a moderately demanding piece of music. The difference will start to appear when the sustain is pressed during m
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Electric Piano VSTs? by Kbeaumont @ 06/23/16 02:03 PM

I'm a big fan of Lounge Lizard, I own Pianoteq but haven't bought the EP's because Lounge Lizard works so well.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Newbie Grand Piano by Stubbie @ 06/23/16 02:02 PM

Make sure you read and have a good feel for the various categories of prices that you will run across: MSRP, SMP, and the various levels of discounts on the SMP. You might try out some of the Kawai GX series pianos (if you already haven't) that m
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts DP search & a little Introduction by CyrusMC @ 06/23/16 01:44 PM

I believe in proper introduction posts when joining forums so be prepared for a wall of text! If you want to read the part where I get straight to the point you can scroll down to the bottom of this post. I’ve been interested in music ever si
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beginner Level Classic Repertoire by Albunea @ 06/23/16 01:32 PM

I have "Easy Classics to Moderns". In particular this one: https://www.amazon.com/Easy-Classics-Moderns-Music-Millions/dp/0825640172 and I have only identified one piece as about Grade 1 ("First Dance" by Dmitri Kabalesky on page
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: How to play Rachmaninoff by phantomFive @ 06/23/16 01:25 PM

In this case I would strongly consider omitting the A natural, playing an F# with the thumb, and adding an A natural either an octave above or an octave below. It will sound slightly different, but so will rolling the chords, and in most cases it's
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: learning piano vs singing by TimR @ 06/23/16 01:15 PM

Originally Posted By prout A truly great singer needs a truly great teacher to provide them with proper vocal technique. Unlike the piano, where body tension, hand position and motion are visible, the vocal apparatus is not visible, yet knowledge of
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By Isabelle1949When I touch the upper right hand corner of the screen, nothing happens. There is a little page on page icon that when I touch diminishes the view and I see on the lower right the iCloud icon with iPhone under it.
Piano Teachers Forum
Tim, thank you for your thought out response, and also explaining the reason for your hesitancy. No worries on that account. Quote:Where I will differ with you is in how practical this actually is. It is my observation that the personality of the
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by SiFi @ 06/23/16 12:48 PM

Originally Posted By fuzzy8ballsThese sort of these happen to all of us and kudos to you for putting yourself through the stresses of a competition to improve. Hope this helps, -Gorden Hey Gorden - Yeah, you are so right about using harmony to ki
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by Isabelle1949 @ 06/23/16 12:45 PM

Originally Posted By Mark_CP.S. It would be more humane to announce the names in another way that The Cliburn has sometimes done it (and other competitions too), which is to say them in the order in which the people played. Or, if they prefer, alphab
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by Mark_C @ 06/23/16 12:40 PM

P.S. It would be more humane to announce the names in another way that The Cliburn has sometimes done it (and other competitions too), which is to say them in the order in which the people played. Or, if they prefer, alphabetical order. Those ways, y
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by dogperson @ 06/23/16 12:39 PM

Originally Posted By mellie62So, catching up watching the quarter finalists on youtube, pure listening delight, except for one contestant. Gregory Knight has been muted!! Yep, due to a copyright infringement! But don't worry if you haven't seen him
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digital Piano/Keyboard Action by Fer De Armas @ 06/23/16 12:27 PM

Hi RobertJM, my preference is for the KAWAI plastic key actions, in this case my favorite is the MP7 with the RHII; IMHO is the best plastic key action available in the market today... and i chose this DP over the Roland (PHA4-P,C) or Yamaha (GH3,NW)
Adult Beginners Forum
I'll be going to Perth in February 2017. Does that count? I'm also going to Sydney on the same trip. A business friend (in Perth) whom we only know from the internet is have a 60th blow-out bash and we've been invited. Another friend in Sydney wa
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Renner Hammers Price range by adrienschmitt @ 06/23/16 12:21 PM

Originally Posted By FraIn Europe: STEINWAY Original Grand Piano hammer heads bored and tailed, A+B, 20 Bass, Maple Price: 794,38 € (Excluded VAT 19%, packing and shipment) STEINWAY Original Grand Piano hammer heads pre-glued to shanks with f
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