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Jump to new posts Re: Dog chewed up upright piano leg by Steve Senseney @ 10/17/16 04:33 PM

Make sure you use the wood filler that sets up hard instead of the "wood Filler" that is an oily paste and never sets up.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
It's not showing up in the Canadian app store. Coming soon?
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Playing Two Instruments at Once by johan d @ 10/17/16 04:08 PM

Maybe a Novation Circuit? It can be programmed I guess.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Performer's guide to Sonatas and Interludes by RealPlayer @ 10/17/16 04:04 PM

Originally Posted By Nikolas Originally Posted By RealPlayer I haven't played it in decades, partly because of all the effort involved in preparation... ... and this is exactly the problem with a lot of contemporary works. I've had this wonderful id
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
The keys might feel similar (should) when the piano isn`t switched on. But all pianos are different when they are, different velocity responses produce very differnt feeling keys when you play `em. The more expensive the model, the better they feel
Adult Beginners Forum
Can't possibly be recital time again. I had to skip the Russian Recital because of the increased workload now that I am back in school. On the other hand, I can play one of my Jury pieces for the recital. Sam
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Jump to new posts French Themed Recital Sign-Up Thread by PianogrlNW @ 10/17/16 03:51 PM

This is the sign up thread of the French Themed Recital! To add to the list, quote the last entry of the list and remove the quote. Post the new list with your entries and with this red text included. The recital will be in April and will use the A
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Jump to new posts Re: Should I learn Bach? by Tubbie0075 @ 10/17/16 03:47 PM

I love Bach. He's my number 1 composer. But why force yourself to play Bach if you don't have a passion for his music? There are plenty of other music that a lifetime will not be enough for you to learn anyway. Just because many people say it's g
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Reading Sheets by dogperson @ 10/17/16 03:47 PM

Originally Posted By JohnSprung Is the problem that the bass clef is different, or is it that there's just so much to do? A music editing program could replace the bass clef with a treble clef and 15mb, would that be easier to read? Hi John H
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Jump to new posts Re: Dog chewed up upright piano leg by sfhombre @ 10/17/16 03:45 PM

Replace piano leg with stuffed dog. Problem solved.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Playing Two Instruments at Once by tjd @ 10/17/16 03:43 PM

I'd like to play chords while another instrument plays the melody line WITHOUT the aid of another person. I believe, this leaves us with wind instruments that require no hands (or very, very minimal use of the hands). I've gone the kazoo route. It s
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Different pianos, different prices, same action by Dan4444 @ 10/17/16 03:34 PM

Hi all, I've been shopping around for a digital piano and I've found the Roland RP401r, which features a "PHA-4 Standard" keyboard, to be reasonably enjoyable and realistic. My question is: can I expect different model Roland pianos that f
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Jump to new posts Re: Should I push for note-reading? by hello my name is @ 10/17/16 03:33 PM

Originally Posted By JohnSprungOriginally Posted By hello my name isOriginally Posted By JoeTOriginally Posted By ViennaAutumnI have wondered if singing note names is a good way to memorize music. I haven't tried learning this way myself because it j
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Jump to new posts Re: Dog chewed up upright piano leg by BDB @ 10/17/16 03:20 PM

The picture is lousy. How old is the piano? What is the serial number?
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Jump to new posts Re: Bush & Lane Upright # 45256 by Del @ 10/17/16 03:07 PM

Bush & Lane? Cheap? Not really. If it is a genuine Bush & Lane (and it may not be) it would be one of the best upright pianos being build during its era. Take another look. Are you sure it has an open-face pinblock? ddf
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Dale FoxDel, do you know of a place to locate hardness specs for phosphor bronze compared to mild steel or annealed drill rod? I'm looking for a supply to use regularly for capo inserts but thought you might know off hand a supp
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Jump to new posts Re: Performer's guide to Sonatas and Interludes by Neotonicizer @ 10/17/16 03:02 PM

Originally Posted By mrenaud Dear Mr Schleiermacher, Of course we will provide you the best piano we have. After all, a well-done preparation is less harmful to the instrument than a Rachmaninov concerto. That's great! Thanks for sharing that.
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Anybody who has been in the market for a while and compared pianos intelligently knows that Estonia has long gone past the point needing to prove itself. Even the Germans, when comparing world's top brands give Estonia high marks in objective test re
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Jump to new posts Re: What to do with a non functional piano? by Steve Cohen @ 10/17/16 02:54 PM

Originally Posted By PhilipInChinaIt is a hypothetical case, but my furnace has a very good flue, and a sealed door so I doubt if fumes would be a problem. Your neighbors might have a problem. I would.
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Jump to new posts Re: Conover 9 ft 4 in grand from 1910 by ClsscLib @ 10/17/16 02:52 PM

Kagan used to be the Midwest mecca for double bass players. It's not the same thing in its Forest Park reincarnation. I really miss the old Chicago Carl Fischer sheet music store that was in the same block. The internet is a fine thing, but it has
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Jump to new posts Re: What to do with a non functional piano? by PhilipInChina @ 10/17/16 02:49 PM

It is a hypothetical case, but my furnace has a very good flue, and a sealed door so I doubt if fumes would be a problem.
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
ab-ster: Thank you for this! This is a beautiful, well-controlled reading of this superb Nocturne. I particularly admire the clarity you are able to bring to the doppio movemento section where, too often in the hands of amateurs, it becomes a blur
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Jump to new posts Re: Dog chewed up upright piano leg by PhilipInChina @ 10/17/16 02:45 PM

My dog has just chewed a bit on the leg of my C Bechstein grand. I have threatened her with a 1 way ticket to the glove factory, but she doesn't seem to take the threat too seriously. That is serious damage yours has done, though. I would think any
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Joao Carlos Martins by ClsscLib @ 10/17/16 02:43 PM

In one of those moments of discovering one thing while pursuing something completely different, I came across the recordings of this wonderful Brazilian pianist. At the moment, I'm burning through what Spotify has of his recordings of the complete k
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Jump to new posts Re: Dog chewed up upright piano leg by Bob @ 10/17/16 02:40 PM

For a cheap job, get some wood filler from the home improvement store, build it up in layers, sand it, and apply some stain and finish to match. . If you decide to replace both legs, the piano will likely have to be tipped on it's back to access
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