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Jump to new posts Re: A little bit excited by barbaram @ 09/22/16 04:34 AM

I think the Villa-Lobos piece is pretty cool myself, but seriously if you don't like it then say so and agree on another piece instead.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Playing in all keys by johan d @ 09/22/16 04:30 AM

Originally Posted By cmajornineI would like to be able to tell what key a soloist is singing in immediately, at the moment I find the key by humming the note the song resolves to (the 1 chord) and finding it on the keyboard. Is it possible to be ab
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Need opinion on 13 year old son by xtype10 @ 09/22/16 03:43 AM

I've read all the responses and I wanted to clear some things up. 1) I definitely don't expect him to sit for an hour straight without breaks. What happens is that every 10-15 minutes or so he gets up and HAS to do something like watch TV, play g
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best Piano's with Low Bass by Norbert @ 09/22/16 03:23 AM

Quote:Hello. I am just wondering what are the best types of pianos with deep loud sounding low notes. I am not really looking for a piano but I just want to see which have the deep low notes. There's all kinds of suggestions as was indicated above b
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Ahhh, many choices, many opinions. In my mind, there are two paths. The first path? A great digital piano slab (many options) plus amplification. My opinions on this below. The second path? A digital piano that recreates the acoustic experience
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Jump to new posts Letter - Yiruma (Piano Cover) by wally_gutierrez @ 09/22/16 02:38 AM

My piano cover of Letter by Yiruma Note: A arrangement is a little bit different, because I felt like playing it this way xD Basically, my way of interpreting a "Letter". YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgDWDsg-P5Y SoundCloud
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best Piano's with Low Bass by Del @ 09/22/16 02:33 AM

Originally Posted By phantomFiveOriginally Posted By DelOriginally Posted By PhilipInChinaWhat has already been said- the longer, all other things being equal, the better except that there is a cut off at about 9'. People have tried longer, more as a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why Do You Play The Piano? by emotive @ 09/22/16 02:25 AM

I liked this reply on the Technician's Forum to the Secret Life of Pianos thread: Thanks so much, Bob, for posting. His love of the acoustic piano is so heartwarming.... 'treat your piano like a great aunt you love'. Regardless of the positive attri
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Kinderszenen (Schumann): Thoughts? by wouter79 @ 09/22/16 02:20 AM

Quote:What are your thoughts on Op. 15- Schumann says "Leichte Stücke". "Leicht" must be for the listeners. For the player, these pieces are hard. Getting the melody out while you're contorting your fingers to reach accompanime
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: USB Midi output (Kawai) to Apple Lightning by Kawai James @ 09/22/16 02:20 AM

Joe, as prout notes, it should be a case of connecting your MP10 directly to the iPhone. However, you will need the camera connection kit accessory from Apple. The alternative might be to try a Bluetooth MIDI interface connected to your MP10. Chee
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why Do You Play The Piano? by dogperson @ 09/22/16 02:18 AM

@Emotive Welcome to the forums! My goodness, I found your post about why you feel a spiritual connection with the piano both eloquent, heartfelt, and how many of us feel. .. 'Purity and goodness' expresses it. You will find the forums helpful..
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: For those heros who`ve attempted . . by wouter79 @ 09/22/16 02:11 AM

Did a lot of very hard pieces. My sight reading is way poorer than what I am playing. But I memorize them anyway so who cares about sight reading. Maybe all my pieces were some kind of stretch. On my first ABF recital I did Ases Tod, on my 3rd ABF
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Best way to learn to read left hand? by JohnSprung @ 09/22/16 01:59 AM

The best way to learn the left is simultaneously with the right. Do a bare minimum introductory pass hands separately, then go very very slowly with both hands. No matter how slowly, do it together. Then very gradually increase the tempo.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Why Do You Play The Piano? by emotive @ 09/22/16 01:54 AM

This is my first post on Piano World. I do not know how to play and I have next to no experience, but piano has always been for me a magical creature that I wish I could speak with. Musicians and their instruments are the highest form of human expres
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Playing in all keys by JohnSprung @ 09/22/16 01:49 AM

Originally Posted By cmajornine Is it possible to be able to recognize the pitch of a song being sung just by listening? How does one acquire this skill? To recognize a pitch without any comparison is quite rare. It's called absolute pitch. Pe
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