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Jump to new posts Re: Modeling Vs Sampling by Macy @ 08/21/15 09:01 PM

You guys ever hear of superposition? Pianos aren't purely linear systems, but many aspects are close enough. This discussion is full of ignorance.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Modeling Vs Sampling by anotherscott @ 08/21/15 09:01 PM

Originally Posted By poldThanks anotherscott and everyone, this is exactly the answer I was waiting for. So basically, until today, we can hear the note the way it should really be(at least with the headphones...) only when it's a single note, and wh
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Jump to new posts Re: replacing hammers by ThePianoTuna @ 08/21/15 08:50 PM

Thank you all so much. You are all so enormously helpful. This is a problem I see all the time because of the terrible fluctuations in weather in Buffalo. So i know ill use the wrapping technique at some point soon. Idid send in the hammers to get th
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Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne op 9 No 1, bar # 23 notation question by briandang @ 08/21/15 08:50 PM

Originally Posted By dogpersonI am assuming you are referring to Chopin's nocturne, but I am not seeing this in bar 23 Please see the notes in this pdf link: http://www.mutopiaproject.org/ftp/Chopin...at_minor-a4.pdf Brian
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Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne op 9 No 1, bar # 23 notation question by dogperson @ 08/21/15 08:37 PM

I am assuming you are referring to Chopin's nocturne, but I am not seeing this in bar 23
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 39 --- General Discussion Room by raubucho @ 08/21/15 08:36 PM

I got another opportunity to listen. What an amazing group. 50. lyricmudra - Prelude Op. 11 No. 1 I DID like it. Well played, and very understandable how you like this composer. 52. noobpianist90 - Divertimento in G Major Hob. XVI:8 - 1. Allegro
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Jump to new posts Re: Periscope Live Streaming! by jazzwee @ 08/21/15 08:33 PM

Wow. You watched the whole thing? Cool! I was hardly playing. Mostly talking. It's difficult to actually play when people are asking questions. Really hard to concentrate while trying to read comments that are really hard on old people's eyes. So I
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It is because you have modulated to a different key. A key that does not have a Db. Chopin does a lot.
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Jump to new posts Re: Spiral or comb bound by EP @ 08/21/15 08:16 PM

I'm assuming you mean that in jest and you're not implying that re-binding a book is violating a copyright ... Perhaps I should add that the scanning is strictly for backup purposes!
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Jump to new posts Re: What is in your piano repertoire? by pianoloverus @ 08/21/15 08:13 PM

Originally Posted By BrendanThis and that; perhaps more so of this than that! I thought it was loads of Liszt and shelves of Rzewski.
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Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by BrianDX @ 08/21/15 08:11 PM

Welcome Comet! My wife and I both have progressed through both levels of Advanced Piano Adventures for the Older Beginner. These were both great learning experiences. Make sure that you have all four "core" books for Level 2. I can tell y
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Jump to new posts Re: Repeated Notes (Chopin Op.18) by pianoloverus @ 08/21/15 08:11 PM

Originally Posted By CareyOriginally Posted By debussychopinswitch fingering on every consecutive repeated note. That is the technique. The one fingered approach is just the easy way out, but like in all things limits growth into better technique and
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Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne op 9 No 1, bar # 23 notation question by briandang @ 08/21/15 07:42 PM

Oops!! Sorry I meant to say Db and not Bb. So why on the same bar for the RH, the notes started with Db and then changed to C# for the same tone? Regards, Brian
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Originally Posted By Johan BOriginally Posted By Fugue14Johan, Even the Aria is hard? Is doesn't sound that bad. Technical....yes, hard. The right tempo and rythm, phrasing need to be right......hit the right keys is no problem...I play a lot of '
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Jump to new posts Re: Repeated Notes (Chopin Op.18) by debussychopin @ 08/21/15 07:18 PM

Im not sure why I did Carey. Good question.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by rysowers @ 08/21/15 07:06 PM

In an older version of the PTG exam, we used t allow the ETD for tuning single strings over the whole piano. Then, after the tuning had been scored, the examanee would have to retune the midrange by ear, to demonstrate aural skills. Frequently examin
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Jump to new posts Re: What is in your piano repertoire? by gooddog @ 08/21/15 06:51 PM

Originally Posted By BrendanThis and that; perhaps more so of this than that! The same for me, except I remember some parts of this but I forget most of that which I haven't worked on in a while!
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Jump to new posts Re: Repeated Notes (Chopin Op.18) by Carey @ 08/21/15 06:45 PM

Originally Posted By debussychopinswitch fingering on every consecutive repeated note. That is the technique. The one fingered approach is just the easy way out, but like in all things limits growth into better technique and thus refinement. Put a li
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20 & 21 August These days playing Haydn Piano sonatas.......the more I play this music....the more I love it. Even thinking that these Sonates are more interesting than the Mozart sonatas.......oeps...can I say this? Haydn Piano Son
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai 52" upright model recommendation by PianoWorksATL @ 08/21/15 06:41 PM

The Knabe WKV131 has both sostenuto & practice rail. You can add an aftermarket practice rail fairly simply. It will be lever operated instead of pedal operated. The new K8 (or K800) is very nice, but certainly a lot more than the used models
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Jump to new posts Re: What is in your piano repertoire? by Brendan @ 08/21/15 06:40 PM

This and that; perhaps more so of this than that!
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 39 --- General Discussion Room by BillM @ 08/21/15 06:37 PM

45. Inlanding - Glen - Indaco A captivating and mesmerizing performance. I always look forward to listening to your piano playing, both in the recitals and the Piano Bars. You never fail to entertain and show us what a true artist sounds like. 46
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Here is my crack at a progressive beat speeds in one pass. It's been awhile and the ear/arm coordination slips a bit. No doubt room for improvement, I'm sure. This is done on a NY 1917 O with original soundboard and treble strings, small amount of vo
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by raubucho @ 08/21/15 06:34 PM

Welcome Comet. Congratulations on passing Level 2. Funny that you mention being taught from the "children" books. That is what I am using, but, I'm self teaching. I don't mind the kids musical selections in the practice materials. I went w
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Repeated Notes (Chopin Op.18) by debussychopin @ 08/21/15 06:32 PM

switch fingering on every consecutive repeated note. That is the technique. The one fingered approach is just the easy way out, but like in all things limits growth into better technique and thus refinement. Put a little practice into that, and the g
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