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Jump to new posts Re: New Kawai CA series? by Kawai James @ 01/22/15 09:47 PM

Originally Posted By: PtJaaI'd love to learn more details about the enhancements in GF II and more details about the 3 piano samples in CA67/CA97. The videos don't say much. PtJaa, I have prepared documents for dealers and distributors that summari
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Key Length by JohnSprung @ 01/22/15 09:45 PM

Originally Posted By: Keith D KermanKey length is very important to pianists. Perhaps, depending on the width of your fingers. For me, more white length between the sharps is pretty much useless, it's impossible to touch without also playing the
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Jump to new posts Re: Two accidentals side by side? by Nicholas Mihaila @ 01/22/15 09:44 PM

I looked at the score again and there was a double sharp on the first note of the measure (F), and the paired accidentals occurred later, also on an F, but one octave up. I guess it's just an outdated notation style. Thank you both for your replies
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Jump to new posts Re: The $12.50 piano by showard @ 01/22/15 09:41 PM

The family moved the piano themselves so they saved money there also. Yes, it does tend to be a good market for used pianos.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Digitals that rival grands? by Pete14 @ 01/22/15 09:39 PM

So are we saying that the new (state-of-the-art) CA97 is a rehash of the -by definition- outdated CA95? I mean, we're getting a new preset, A.K.A. Shigeru Something, a pretty KAWAI stamp (decal) on the soundboard, and the highly anticipated GF2 (not
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: riley80Originally Posted By: NahumOriginally Posted By: DanSOriginally Posted By: NahumThere is no relationship between Bei MIr Bist Du Shein and funeral , also in lyrics . Do not try to play Jingle bells? LOL, he's t
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Originally Posted By: phantomFiveUsing an A# in a C7 would drive me crazy. Yeah me too. If it was resolving to Bm/E then the A# would be appropriate, but then it wouldn't be a C7.
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Key Length by DanS @ 01/22/15 09:30 PM

Thanks for the info guys. I measured a Young Chang today that was also 5-15/16th. It's amazing how noticeable 3/16" is.
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Key Length by pianoloverus @ 01/22/15 09:25 PM

Originally Posted By: BruceDMy Estonia 190's naturals are 5-15/16ths inches or 15 cm. Regards, Same for my Mason BB
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CP4 Review First Impressions by Marko in Boston @ 01/22/15 09:16 PM

SOS posted a new (partial free) review of CP4 if anyone interested. The only reason Im interested is because I am babysitting a CP4 for a co-worker who is away for next two weeks. Actually just checking on his cat and mail everyday. In trade he sai
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Jump to new posts Re: Two accidentals side by side? by MRC @ 01/22/15 09:15 PM

This may happen if there has been a different accidental (a sharp or a double flat) on the same note immediately before, in the same measure or possibly the preceding measure. The idea is that the natural is needed to cancel the first accidental befo
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Jump to new posts Re: PW takes foreeeeeever now by JohnSprung @ 01/22/15 09:10 PM

PW has always had loads of bad scripts that have to be disabled one by one when their error message pops up....
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Jump to new posts Re: Digitals that rival grands? by bennevis @ 01/22/15 09:09 PM

Do DP manufacturers design their products to make money for themselves (and their shareholders), or to satisfy every DP buyer's whim? If the former, they design products that they think will appeal to enough buyers, and sell enough to recoup the cos
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Jump to new posts Re: Estonia piano quality question by Roger Ransom @ 01/22/15 09:08 PM

Norbert, you crack me up.
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Jump to new posts Re: Two accidentals side by side? by JohnSprung @ 01/22/15 09:07 PM

So, let's go through everything on that particular line or space for the entire measure. Is there anything ahead of the natural and flat? Anything between them? If there's nothing between them, the natural to me would just be clutter. The last a
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Jump to new posts music ID by manyhands @ 01/22/15 09:03 PM

Can anyone identify the title and composer of this post? Thank you! [img]http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2376880.html#Post2376880[/img]
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Jump to new posts Re: Digitals that rival grands? by 36251 @ 01/22/15 09:02 PM

Originally Posted By: pspicerOriginally Posted By: dewster..., where every penny is diverted into whatever they believe will yield them the most in terms of short-term monetary profit.... D'man, you have a point that the money invested is probably
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Jump to new posts Re: Diversity in Music Education by SMHaley @ 01/22/15 09:00 PM

Originally Posted By: Michael SayersA N.Y. Steinway grand is a very exposing piano. By way of contrast, it is almost impossible to produce an ugly sound on a nice Bösendorfer grand. With a N.Y. Steinway one can instantly hear if a pianist truly is
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Jump to new posts Re: Starting... by Charles Cohen @ 01/22/15 08:57 PM

[quote=Pelasgos c) What you suggest are the best starter pianos? Price range 800-1500 euros. Mind you i really like to play classical pieces some time in the future. [/quote] For _digital_ pianos in that range, you can pick from several Yamaha, Kaw
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Jump to new posts Re: tarnish removal -- suggestions? by angga888 @ 01/22/15 08:57 PM

Great to know Cory Buff Brite works, however, the shininess may last only for around a week, if you want to keep it shine longer, you may apply Cory High Glosh Polisher after the Buff Brite. Or else, you will keep applying Buff Brite every week to ma
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Jump to new posts music ID by manyhands @ 01/22/15 08:54 PM

what is the title and who is the composer of this music??
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Jump to new posts Re: Estonia piano quality question by Norbert @ 01/22/15 08:50 PM

Quote: You seem to really hate the 'same pianos.' Can 'same pianos' be such a threat? No, they sure aren't. Those who have tried one often agree that Estonia is a bit in a class of its own often recognizing this when making a choice. "Same Pi
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Cheaper Alternative to Protek CLP? by Paul678 @ 01/22/15 08:44 PM

Originally Posted By: Chuck Behm Believe it, Paul. I order a gallon (around $200) every several years and swear by it. Like Ed said, it will solve a lot of problems. Chuck Wow, really? I tuned and serviced 4 pianos in the last two weeks, whic
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Charles thank you!! I can't wait to try this out the way you are describing. Thanks you for explaining this to me!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Too young for piano? by Morodiene @ 01/22/15 08:39 PM

Originally Posted By: Michael SayersA have a friend who didn't start piano until he was 16. At 18 he was enrolled as a university piano major and working on difficult repertoire by Chopin and Liszt. Then he dropped out for the same reason I initial
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