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Jump to new posts Re: Concerto for piano and strings orchestra by WhoDwaldi @ 06/23/16 05:53 PM

There are some Mozart piano concerti for which he (?) did versions for string quartet and piano. The quartet could scale up to string orchestra, of course.
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Jump to new posts Re: Concerto for piano and strings orchestra by bennevis @ 06/23/16 05:53 PM

Originally Posted By MiguelSousaI have the opportunity to play or with a full orchestra or with string orchestra. With full orchestra there are some limitations regarding time and logistics. You might be better off performing some of Mozart's early
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Jump to new posts Re: Concerto for piano and strings orchestra by MiguelSousa @ 06/23/16 05:46 PM

I have the opportunity to play or with a full orchestra or with string orchestra. With full orchestra there are some limitations regarding time and logistics. So right now I am trying to get ideas to discuss with the conductor. Thank you!
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Jump to new posts Re: Concerto for piano and strings orchestra by Nikolas @ 06/23/16 05:44 PM

Miguel... I think that the majority of your posts are about asking for various works. In fact, I have never seen you post something else really, nor the results of all these questions. It wouldn't been brilliant if we could find out what you chose,
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Originally Posted By Michiyo-FirI am getting pretty antsy from the lack of schedule or information. I can't remember but did someone mention there is an introductory event/orientation on Sunday evening? I'm planning to book the ferry ahead of time
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Jump to new posts Re: How to evaluate an untuned Bluthner by joe80 @ 06/23/16 05:41 PM

Originally Posted By lluisclOriginally Posted By joe80 The additional aliquot bridge can actually cause extra pressure on the soundboard possibly causing it to lose crown sooner. The flip side is that the aliquot can add a beautiful glow to the soun
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Jump to new posts Re: Zimmermann piano by Rickster @ 06/23/16 05:40 PM

Hi, and welcome to Piano World! I'm not the expert here, but there are some very good, world renown, piano experts here on PW. With that said, I think the Zimmerman is a Russian/old East German (before the wall came down) brand piano. I've seen a
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Jump to new posts Re: How to play Rachmaninoff by WhoDwaldi @ 06/23/16 05:39 PM

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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai VPC2 wish list by euphoria @ 06/23/16 05:38 PM

@propianist Great questions! @Kawai James, we're all looking forward for your detailed answers.
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I was just thinking. Don't VIEW the score in IMSLP. You download it by tapping the name of the piece. Maybe that is your problem.
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Jump to new posts Re: Concerto for piano and strings orchestra by bennevis @ 06/23/16 05:30 PM

Alfred Schnittke. Alan Hovhaness (Lousadzak) Alec Rowley Christian Darnton Howard Ferguson Roberto Gerhard Doreen Carwithen. P.S. There's also Bloch's Concerto Grosso, Finzi's Eclogue, Mendelssohn's for piano & violin.....
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Jump to new posts Re: Victoria Conservatory of Music Summer Academy by Michiyo-Fir @ 06/23/16 05:29 PM

I am getting pretty antsy from the lack of schedule or information. I can't remember but did someone mention there is an introductory event/orientation on Sunday evening? I'm planning to book the ferry ahead of time so I have to decide which one to
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Jump to new posts Re: An easier way to placing "Pivotal Tones" CM3's? by HelloMrZebra @ 06/23/16 05:24 PM

Well I guess that's comforting. As long as they all fit in just right? My own piano has been practiced on so much. Tomorrow I'm tuning my aunts Baldwin Acrosonic, so I'm kind of freaking out-- being that it's a spinet and it's something new. Any sug
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Jump to new posts Concerto for piano and strings orchestra by MiguelSousa @ 06/23/16 05:22 PM

Any suggestions guys? Thank you!!
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Originally Posted By Isabelle1949Just sent an email to forScore asking why I don't have the Browser feature in the toolbox. You don't need to have forScore open to copy files to it (though it will open automatically when you try to copy a file to i
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Though I'd read (or heard) quite early on in my music 'career' that Medtner was superior to Rachmaninov in compositional ability, in his grasp of form and structure, and in sheer invention, sadly, when I started to seek out his music to read through
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Jump to new posts Re: Mason & Hamlin Piano Factory Tour 2016 by Piano World @ 06/23/16 05:14 PM

We have a fall-back of moving it to August. Would that work better for everyone / anyone? Decided to leave it as July 14th. Those who can't join us this year hopefully can join us next time.
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Jump to new posts Re: An easier way to placing "Pivotal Tones" CM3's? by Chris Leslie @ 06/23/16 05:11 PM

A method taught by Mark Cerisano uses the principle that the middle M3 in a sequence of three will always be close to correct despite the linearity of the progression providing there is a progression or sorts. For example with F3-A3-C#4-F4, it does n
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Jump to new posts Re: How to evaluate an untuned Bluthner by lluiscl @ 06/23/16 05:10 PM

Originally Posted By joe80 The additional aliquot bridge can actually cause extra pressure on the soundboard possibly causing it to lose crown sooner. The flip side is that the aliquot can add a beautiful glow to the sound and so the net result is no
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Originally Posted By BrendanOriginally Posted By PolyphonistWhy are the Medtner piano sonatas hard to like? Because they're not that good. Simply put, many of them are quite rambling and don't say very much. I much prefer his piano concertos and a
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Jump to new posts Re: Pop Themed Recital - Discussion Thread by newbert @ 06/23/16 04:41 PM

Wow, Cinnamonbear -- Thanks for the kind words! I'm truly flattered!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: An easier way to placing "Pivotal Tones" CM3's? by Phil Stewart @ 06/23/16 04:40 PM

Don't stress about them. Mistakes there are easy to pinpoint and correct as you get further into the tuning sequence. It's all about refinement, no one gets it right the first time!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Have had my CS-11 for two days. Perfect for my small apartment. Love the action. Happy with the sound, and great looks for my home.
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After you download the score from IMSLP, it will display in Safari. Tap the center of the score, and a bar will appear at the top of the score with "open in" on the left side. Tap those words, and a menu of apps appears, tap "copy in f
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Jump to new posts Re: Van Cliburn "Amateur" Competition 2016 by Vid @ 06/23/16 04:37 PM

Originally Posted By Midlife_PianoJust watched Coaster's performance. I am speechless.... BRAVO!! If you miss it, please make sure you watch the video when it becomes available. Unbelievable! Bravo Coaster!
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