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Jump to new posts Re: Voicing Renner Hammers by Retsacnal @ Today at 12:01 PM

Originally Posted By Ed McMorrow, RPTI believe the book is available in english from Jurgen Goering. He posts here under, "Pianosupply". Thanks for the tip. Looks like he hasn't been on PW in a while, so I emailed him at his website. I rem
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Jump to new posts Re: Voicing Renner Hammers by Jeff Clef @ Today at 12:01 PM

Used-book stores can be excellent resources for finding out-of-print titles. It can pay avid readers to look in regularly at stores which have good music sections. Back in the day, new book stores offered the service of advertizing for hard-to-fin
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Jump to new posts Re: Suggestions for Well Tempered Klavier? by cathryn999 @ Today at 12:00 PM

Thanks all for your suggestions. I'll definitely do the Prelude I in C major, I just gave it a run through and it seems pretty easy so as J Soo says, lots of scope for interpretation. Morodiene the Eb minor is so beautiful, both the prelude and the
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Jump to new posts Re: juggling improves sight reading? by laguna_greg @ Today at 12:00 PM

It just seemed to improve the skill. Juggling, and then trying to sight read right after seemed to increase my ability to focus more on the score and less on my hands. It wasn't the only thing I did at the time. I was working with a friend, and we
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Originally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By ghosthandI happen to believe that a sound development of other areas in your life than piano playing, that is, social life, other interests, physical activities and education in general is totally
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Strange tone an octave lower than note played by DanS @ Today at 11:50 AM

My recently rebuilt piano started doing something very bad today. It sounds very distorted and when I play the B above Middle C loudly, I also hear a B an octave lower. It happens a little bit on the A as well, but it's hard to hear on the recordin
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Jump to new posts Re: What does Pianoworld think about Glass's Etudes? by laguna_greg @ Today at 11:49 AM

Originally Posted By PeteDako I could have used some advice about certain things, from people who are legitimately familiar with his works and can fully understand the aesthetic and how to play the music with the respect it deserves. Oh well.
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Jump to new posts Re: I don't know what to play?!?!?! by supersport @ Today at 11:47 AM

Thank you.
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Jump to new posts Re: Old Heintzman Upright or new Kawai K-800 by Robert 45 @ Today at 11:46 AM

Congratulations and enjoy your new Kawai K-800! Kind regards, Robert.
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A quick music story... (I seem to be full of them, but they are all true, real experiences ): For the last several years, the small community college where I work has invited me to play the piano (a small Chickering/Baldwin baby grand) for the coll
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Originally Posted By INBoston I absolutely LOVE Martha Argerich's interpretation. Dunno if I agree, it's technically flawless, of course, but I think she rushes through the stretto and is still on forte/mezzo-forte in M19 where it's clearly marked
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Jump to new posts Re: juggling improves sight reading? by Nahum @ Today at 11:37 AM

Originally Posted By laguna_gregI rem,ember reading about this 20 years ago or so . The article was published in 1982. Quote: And it did seem to help. How exactly?
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Jump to new posts Re: Rhythm by Greener @ Today at 11:37 AM

Originally Posted By hyena... how do I fix this? Do I just play how I always play, though just turn on the metronome and follow it? ... That would be good place to start. None of the styles you are using, or any style of playing are contrary to pla
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Jump to new posts Re: PianoForAll by TheodorN @ Today at 11:29 AM

R_B, I had the same problem with playing the video clips from within the PDFs, on at least one of my computers, but it worked on others, as far as I remember. Some examples of solution - first make sure you have the latest Adobe Reader *, or install
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Jump to new posts Re: Scriabin Valse Op. 38 by Tim Adrianson @ Today at 11:27 AM

Hi, babama! My great thanks -- I'd never heard of the Scriabin Valse at all, but it is certainly a vintage example of what I call his "middle period" -- beyond his "Chopin wannabe" phase (and I don't mean that disparagingly; he
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Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2016 by mom3gram @ Today at 11:24 AM

10. The Ash Grove 11. Sippin' Cider Through a Straw 12. On With the Show - Alfred Premier 2A 13. Don't Cry For Me Argentina - Faber Adult Book 1 14. Bartok's Study - Alfred Premier 2A 15. Irish Washerwoman 16. Guantanamera - Alfred AIO Book 2 "
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland KR-105 vs Yamaha YDP-223 by mamero @ Today at 11:19 AM

We both like the idea of a Roland RD-800. Modern action and supernatural sounds. Also, space is tight in our house. An RD-800 is less overpowering and easier to move if needed. However, there are two issues with an RD-800. 1. It is significantly mor
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Jump to new posts Re: Rhythm by Rerun @ Today at 11:18 AM

Take that Lai tune you just posted ... listen to that LH carefully. How many tones is he playing before he repeats that beginning bass line pattern ... also at about 01:02, how many chucks does he start playing after each boom? Your ears will star
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Jump to new posts Re: What does Pianoworld think about Glass's Etudes? by laguna_greg @ Today at 11:17 AM

Originally Posted By Tanhauser ... but i'm just curious what you guys think about his Etudes (or music in general) and whether it would be a good idea to perform his Etudes. Well, they'd be a tough sell. Unlike other major sets of etudes in the
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By Mental NomadYou're talking about an elastic collision. Oops, you're right. Quote: Your physics is off - the elastic collision has nothing to do with acceleration. MV = MV. So if the mass on one side is 5 and the velocity is 2, t
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Justin B: While I work in the jazz idiom, I know what you are talking about. In my early years, I would frequently loose track of where I was in a measure. I would think I've played four beats when I'd only played for three. All I can say is that
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Im 45. In reality, how far can I go? by Moonsh1ne @ Today at 11:12 AM

In reality, you'll be able to play the vast majority of piano repertoire for your own and others enjoyment.
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Jump to new posts Re: Audacity/Recording problems by Riddler @ Today at 11:12 AM

Originally Posted By jotur Wow, Ed, it was worth having searched all those years for you, bro!.... Thanks, sis. (Can we keep a running joke going, or what?) Ed
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland KR-105 vs Yamaha YDP-223 by spanishbuddha @ Today at 11:07 AM

I don't think your wife will be that much happier with the 105 either, compared to the acoustic she takes lessons on. But why not just get her to try and see. If we knew your budget and preferences, especially slab or console, we could suggest mode
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Jump to new posts Re: I did it! Bought a Yamaha N2 and LOVE it! by fizikisto @ Today at 11:01 AM

Tom, Congratulations on your purchase! It's great that we have so many choices so that we can all better find a piano that speaks to our needs. I'm glad that you found one that speaks to yours. I hope that it brings you many years of enjoyment.
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