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Jump to new posts Re: My upright is good enough for me by pinkfloydhomer @ 05/27/16 04:51 AM

Originally Posted By BobThe high end uprights such as Schimmel are better in touch than a cheap grand piano. Better in tone as well. That's why a high end vertical is a better purchase than a low end grand. So at which price point (and grand l
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Upgrade to Roland F P30 by Jack Gately @ 05/27/16 04:51 AM

After a lot of valuable inputs from you guys and having narrowed my choice down to either the F P 30 or the E S 100 I am going for the F P 30,the main reason being that the Kawai does not have a U S B port and the cost of a midi to usb cable could be
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: An old style composition by Nikolas @ 05/27/16 04:48 AM

Well my friend: 1. I got to see your face and your real name! 2. I got to see you play. 3. I got to listen to your composition and this is where I'll stick for the rest of the post. This is a truly wonderful composition. I know it feels like "
Adult Beginners Forum
I've used both Alfred's and Fundamental Keys. I appreciate the fact that FK combines use of LH/RH. Also, she (Rachel Jimenez) fuses intervals at the beginners level, versus trying to figure out chords with Alfred's. Alfred's is great in the sense
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By keystringOriginally Posted By Peter K. Mose Or join a choir. How can a choir do that? Who teaches you anything one-on-one (or at all) in a choir? Agreed that it is a bit off the OP question, but joining a choir is very usef
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Jump to new posts Re: Does anyone here know... by Terry Michael @ 05/27/16 04:30 AM

Or a half tied to an eighth!!! Yes, that's it. That's 5 beats.
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Jump to new posts Re: Does anyone here know... by Terry Michael @ 05/27/16 04:27 AM

Originally Posted By NikolasA dotted 8th tied to an 8th. Thank you! Wait, you meant dotted half tied to eighth I think?
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Jump to new posts Re: Does anyone here know... by Terry Michael @ 05/27/16 04:24 AM

Thank you!
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Jump to new posts Re: Does anyone here know... by Nikolas @ 05/27/16 04:22 AM

A dotted 8th tied to an 8th. Thank you!
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 42 --- General Discussion Room by chopinoholic @ 05/27/16 04:14 AM

my first couple of reviews. More to come! 01. wouter79 - Alla Turca, Rondeau from sonata no.11 K331 (1783) Well done. You played this hard piece elegantly and light. Thanks for some Mozart! 02. INBoston - Waltz Am (posth.) INBoston, this is amazi
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Jump to new posts Re: No capstans and question about damper lift by Beemer @ 05/27/16 04:08 AM

JOHNKIE, On the 25th I said there was clearance at the sustain rod. Ian
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Jump to new posts Re: Does anyone here know... by Terry Michael @ 05/27/16 04:08 AM

Thanks everyone for the help on that one. Does anyone know the answer to another question? This is driving me crazy: If a piece is in 6/8 time, 6 beats per measure and the eighth note gets the beat, how does one represent a measure where one would n
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Jump to new posts An old style composition by Ganddalf @ 05/27/16 04:05 AM

Sheet music: https://app.box.com/s/s70ph1f4cu6nwiqocts5zkk92hkrfe30 Audio recording: https://app.box.com/s/w5ifh16baplgiqr2p736r120fium14cw Video recording: https://youtu.be/eF2CnjOIOrI
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By Peter K. Mose Or join a choir. That last bit puzzles me. Taking lessons in an instrument is about learning and acquiring skills (in playing an instrument). How can a choir do that? Who teaches you anything one-on-one (or at
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Dare to challenge your own "musical taste"! by Terry Michael @ 05/27/16 04:00 AM

What a great post. I never cared for Bach but the last couple of years I started taking classes on studying his music and his life and have learned some pieces on the piano and I really enjoy it. An intense respect and appreciation grew from me di
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Roland FP30 out of tune? by Rex Tremendae @ 05/27/16 03:37 AM

Thank-you very much for your response! Much appreciated.
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Jump to new posts Re: The Nut Hunt by TheHappyPianoMuse @ 05/27/16 03:14 AM

This is as delightful as your description of the foraging squirrel. Very little music survives the rigid artificality of digital programs and far too many "composers" rely on facile speed and arpeggios. But this piece is so well writte
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Asking parent to take notes? by Gary D. @ 05/27/16 03:11 AM

Originally Posted By TimRMaking a photocopy just because you need two copies for whatever reason is not even close to gray, it is black and white illegal. I doubt that a student doing it would ever be prosecuted. A teacher running a for profit bu
Adult Beginners Forum
Or get your daughter to "teach" you by showing you what she learnt in her lesson. I once aksed my then 8 year old son to show me what he had been doing in judo. The next thing I remembered was laying flat on my back looking at the evening
Adult Beginners Forum
Vienna, I'll answer as a piano teacher and say that I think you should indeed trust your misgivings. Your daughter's piano teacher is *hers*. Not yours. I'm glad she has a fine one. Now your job is to find another fine one for yourself. Or maybe eve
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kids of non-musical parents by Peter K. Mose @ 05/27/16 02:21 AM

I wish I had been forced/cajoled/bribed to carry on with violin after my one year of playing it in grade 5. But you need a private teacher to make it work, not just a classroom teacher.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Dare to challenge your own "musical taste"! by keystring @ 05/27/16 02:10 AM

I made a personal choice in that direction for a reason. I found myself limited by what I was used to. It's like everything was in a box, I heard everything in the framework of music fitting those structures, and it stopped me from hearing and imag
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ritmüller versus Seiler by oldmancoyote @ 05/27/16 02:09 AM

In my view the answer is "it all depends". At $15 k or so you are in high quality territory for an upright, but pretty close to the bottom for a serious grand (new). Yes, the actions will feel different, but a good quality upright action ma
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Dare to challenge your own "musical taste"! by Cinnamonbear @ 05/27/16 02:03 AM

I think that sometimes it takes us a while to grow into things. My mom used to say, "Tastes do change with age." She was talking about flavors, like cayenne and ginger and green peppers. But the principle can transfer... I have a book o
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Roland FP30 out of tune? by oldmancoyote @ 05/27/16 01:54 AM

My understanding is that Jay is an employee of Roland whose name is Jay or begins with J (just like James Kawai is an employee of Kawai called James). My observation as a reader of the boards - and owner of a Yamaha - is that both will answer questi
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