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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 08/22/15 09:07 PM

Thank you Bill for posting the PTG tuning exam synopsis. This may help correct some of the silly notions tuners who have never witnessed an exam have. It is troubling to see some of the comments non-members make here about the relevance of an ETD t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone here given up on their acoustic? by iceporky @ 08/22/15 09:02 PM

Originally Posted By Ivan M. The draining effects of frequent tuning and persistent regulation needs are meant - whatever "frequent" and "persistent" mean to the individual who gave up because of this. Many thanks to all who respo
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Jump to new posts Re: Boston and Essex name origin by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 08/22/15 08:59 PM

Come on Bob; we can't take the suspense!! Tell us how the names were chosen. Remember, in organized gambling, the odds are against you unless you are the house. So if you like to gamble, buy a casino.
Piano Forum
Norbert, I don't know what claims regarding durability Cunningham, Pianocraft, or any other dealer makes. So why are you asking me to comment on them? I haven't seen any new pianos that have the detail of tone regulation regarding the inertia of th
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 7' Boesendorfer vs. U1 by Rickster @ 08/22/15 08:45 PM

Originally Posted By Ivan MDear forum members, you will forgive me a little levity implying any real comparison between the two, as I've just bought one of them What a joy to play so many fully prepped instruments, all lined up for you in an acoust
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 39 --- General Discussion Room by blackjack1777 @ 08/22/15 08:42 PM

Underconstruction, marieJ, Jimf SamS, AnneH, pianoprimo1, barbaram, jotour, peyton, casinitaly, raubuchom, and azastro I want to thank you for all of you kind comments about my recital submission. I will look forward to playing some more complex pi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Modeling Vs Sampling by pv88 @ 08/22/15 08:40 PM

Originally Posted By andoPeople may say they don't need better than what they have now, but they still buy the next great thing. If it's not the sound, what's driving them to do that? My take: sure you can make fine music on current DPs, but there
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Ooh, Rick, what a story. My most recent example of the opposite: OWNER. What brings you to our store? I: Your Chinese pianos. OWNER (looking me over demonstratively and grinning, appreciative of what he thinks was a joke): No, you don't want a Chine
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2015 by zillybug @ 08/22/15 08:33 PM

I added a few more easy pieces since I really needed to catch up. I am up to 26 now. 1. Beethoven- Sonata no 25, 2nd movement 2. Khachaturian- Andantino 3. Tchaikovsky- Old French Song 4. Gurlitt- By the Spring, Opus 102, no 5 5. Czerny- Opus 39, no
Adult Beginners Forum
Hello everybody, Just checking in for my Saturday update as usual. Linda, congrats on the Stranger I really think that is one of the more challenging pieces and your hard work and sticking with it paid off. I think you'll enjoy the overlapping ped
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 39 --- General Discussion Room by AZ_Astro @ 08/22/15 08:09 PM

Everybody who participates in these recitals is a winner in my book. A special few deserve honorable mention, but that does not take away from the hard work that each one of us puts into preparation.
Adult Beginners Forum
My lesson this coming Monday marks my two year pianoversary. Hard to believe it's been two years. Can't wait to see what year 3 has in store...
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 39 --- General Discussion Room by BrianDX @ 08/22/15 07:59 PM

Originally Posted By AZ_AstroHonors! Award 16. briandx - Henlopen Shores 19. Newbert - When Sunny Gets Blue/Misty (Medley) 24. Medden (Simon) - Dietro Casa 32. joangolfing - C Minor Prelude BWV934 36. outo - Impromptu op. 5-6 48. daveindenton - D
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Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by raubucho @ 08/22/15 07:57 PM

Wow! I'm in a bit of a post-recital funk. My practice has been less than enthusiastic the last couple of days. I've had to force myself back into the lesson books, against my greater desire to start on another recital piece. I think I miss the rush o
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Jump to new posts 7' Boesendorfer vs. U1 by Ivan M. @ 08/22/15 07:53 PM

Dear forum members, you will forgive me a little levity implying any real comparison between the two, as I've just bought one of them What a joy to play so many fully prepped instruments, all lined up for you in an acoustically straightforward space
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by BrianDX @ 08/22/15 07:49 PM

Originally Posted By TX-BluebonnetBrian - Are the Festival Collection pieces in original form? I'm confused because in the front of the Preparatory book I have that came with a CD it says, "The editing in the scores reflects these CD performance
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone here given up on their acoustic? by Dave Ferris @ 08/22/15 07:37 PM

Actually my CP4 & CP5 have been seeing more use as of late for one simple reason. I've been working on my vocals , fairly hard, monitoring with headphones. So obviously the digital piano works better for that. I don't particularly care for the s
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 39 --- General Discussion Room by Peyton @ 08/22/15 07:14 PM

Bravo astro!!! A brand new fresh approach to commenting on the recital. I will wear my "haunting" award with pride!! You get the "most inventive review" award.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denver PTG Convention Review by RonTuner @ 08/22/15 07:13 PM

Tuning IS a mathematical process.... It's just most aural tuners (and honestly, most ETD tuners) don't think of what is going on as the string motion is transferred into sound waves and how those waves then interact to be interpreted as intervals th
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: If Piano Teachers Were (American) Football Coaches by ChopinAddict @ 08/22/15 07:09 PM

- Songs have words; music has notes.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: If Piano Teachers Were (American) Football Coaches by ChopinAddict @ 08/22/15 07:07 PM

- You need to be inspired by a muse in order to compose good music.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Restringing a 1889 Steinway Upright by Eric Gloo @ 08/22/15 06:52 PM

Hi Ryan...I just tuned an 1889 Steinway upright yesterday, also! It was the piano's first tuning in more than 50 years. This one is 49" tall, and has an 85-note scale. Are you going to do any action work, too?
Piano Forum
A quick story I found rather humorous, and no, it is not about the Pope. My wife, who is severely disabled due to a brain tumor, watches a lot of religious programs on TV. She and I were watching the televangelist, Jesse Duplantis, one afternoon
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: What is in your piano repertoire? by Carey @ 08/22/15 06:39 PM

Originally Posted By WhoDwaldiI can play (only) snippets of all the Beethoven piano concerti. Someday I'll notate "Melange of Beethoven Concerti for Showroom Piano Solo." Get it published - you'll make millions !!!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Heavy vs light action by toddy @ 08/22/15 06:18 PM

Originally Posted By Qaroll I find pursuit of heavy action to be a bit masochistic. Yes.
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