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Jump to new posts Re: Advice by Vid @ 03/23/15 05:14 PM

Originally Posted By PianoLoserI am asking you what big piece should I play next. Originally Posted By PianoLoserBut what i was asking was if i would be able to play like Chopin Ballades and The hardests Polonaises I guess that's your answer. The
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Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Dealerships? by Piano*Dad @ 03/23/15 05:12 PM

A dealer can carry used pianos without representing the manufacturer. When I see a list of 20 brands on a dealer's webpage, my first thought is that a lot of them are likely second-hand. I think you're right about an outdated page. As far as I knew
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Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Dealerships? by Chewbacca @ 03/23/15 05:09 PM

Originally Posted By Piano*DadActually, if you pull up the main "our pianos" page at Beethoven's you get this: Our Pianos … which lists three things: Restored Steinways, M&H, and Grotrian. They do have a big general list of pia
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Beethoven op 109 by ASpnet @ 03/23/15 05:09 PM

Hello everyone I started studying this sonata and I am trying to do thenharmonic analysis as I am always travelling for work in this period and the time I can spend on piano is not much:( I think I am pretty fine with the analysis but I am having
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Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Dealerships? by Piano*Dad @ 03/23/15 05:07 PM

The margin of error will for the most part be dealerships missed, so if anything we will get an undercount. I'll bet we get pretty close to the right total, however. And we may also find out that carrying some stock and being a true dealership aren'
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Technique question by landorrano @ 03/23/15 05:06 PM

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Jump to new posts Re: Piano news from the Chicago Tribune by BrianDX @ 03/23/15 05:05 PM

...and where are piano lessons in that pyramid?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone regretted not spending more? by newbert @ 03/23/15 05:00 PM

My only regret is not knowing enough about what to look for and what features I wanted in my DP (Yamaha DGX640). Unfortunately there weren't (and still aren't) a lot of piano/keyboard stores within reasonable driving distance from me, so not much ch
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Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Dealerships? by turandot @ 03/23/15 05:00 PM

Originally Posted By Piano*Dad I thought this was a rather narrow and specific question that could be answered without rancor from anyone. Dad, I don't know if you just can't get enough of this stuff or your concern is genuine. But the question is
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Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Dealerships? by Piano*Dad @ 03/23/15 04:59 PM

Actually, if you pull up the main "our pianos" page at Beethoven's you get this: Our Pianos … which lists three things: Restored Steinways, M&H, and Grotrian. They do have a big general list of pianos they carry, but there is n
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Jump to new posts Re: Has anyone regretted not spending more? by TonyB @ 03/23/15 04:58 PM

A friend of mine decide to learn to play piano back in the early 90s and purchased his first piano - a 6' Yamaha grand. He still has it today and is still playing. When I decided to focus on piano rather than guitar, I purchased the Roland V-Gran
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Jump to new posts Re: How to teach using two pianos? by ElaineAllegro @ 03/23/15 04:57 PM

As an intermediate adult student, I find the two-piano setup very helpful. My teacher uses it a lot to show how I should be "choreographing" each note or phrase - how to use fingers, wrist, elbows, shoulders, back muscles, core, etc., to s
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advice by joe80 @ 03/23/15 04:49 PM

- but I wouldn't play any etc, I've never liked her music and it's far too difficult anyway. It's because she composed exclusively for the viola organista.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Increasing Sustain on a CP4 Stage Piano by Charles Cohen @ 03/23/15 04:49 PM

For chant groups, and some other slow, "spiritual" uses, it's common to layer the piano sound with some kind of "pad" (an old synth term) -- a never-decaying sound with a gentle initiation. If the CP4 has a voice called "war
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advice by joe80 @ 03/23/15 04:48 PM

I think you should talk to your teacher. That said, if I was going to offer a suggestion I might try a different style of repertoire, like Bach Partita No.6, or something a little left-field like Hummel La Bella Capricciosa, or even go more impressio
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Jump to new posts Re: Advice by PianoLoser @ 03/23/15 04:47 PM

Yes i play bach since i was a kid, by the way i'm 16. But what i was asking was if i would be able to play like Chopin Ballades and The hardests Polonaises
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Playing in front of other people by BB Player @ 03/23/15 04:41 PM

I'll add to the already excellent suggestions you've received and build on a couple of them. Let me emphasize that if you're the type that gets nervous performing in front of other people I don't think there's a cure - at least there hasn't been for
Adult Beginners Forum
ditch the app if it limits you this much
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Lisitsa plays Liszt Sonata B minor by joe80 @ 03/23/15 04:40 PM

Oh Octaves, bringing that Lhevinne quote in, you know how to spark a debate round these parts ;-)
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advice by Vid @ 03/23/15 04:40 PM

Have you played any Bach before?
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advice by Hakki @ 03/23/15 04:35 PM

What made you think they are not harder? They are. Especially the etc. are quite harder.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Octave Sizes by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 03/23/15 04:31 PM

Does that mean you are going to Denver? This question of octave size, in reference to initial octaves tuned, i.e. without the benefit of being able to fit it into other relationships, not those tuned after the temperament, is one that I think needs
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Sauter Dealerships? by Chewbacca @ 03/23/15 04:30 PM

Originally Posted By Piano*Dad Beethoven Piano doesn't list themselves as a Sauter dealer, though they do seem to have stock. That's odd. I think someone else pointed out that fact. I think you are confusing with Grotrian. If you go to their websit
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Advice by PianoLoser @ 03/23/15 04:27 PM

I think is not a very logical post because, just because its the next number doesn´t mean it´s more dificult
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha U1 & U3 golden age by ChrisVenables @ 03/23/15 04:27 PM

Yamaha Corporation do indeed 'recon' older U1 and U3 certainly for the European market. As you are probably aware, 'reconditioned' can be interpreted in many different ways and doesn't necessarily mean new strings, hammers and flanges etc. A pia
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