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Jump to new posts Re: Any word on the MP12 by Kawai? by propianist @ 05/22/16 06:36 AM

Originally Posted By Edb123Do you know of any stage piano that has wooden keys and is made mostly of wood? The old discontinued Kawai CA-X has woodgrain finish and solid wooden key action... But if you're after a beautiful gloss black look, you'd b
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Scale fingering by Juan Rezzuto @ 05/22/16 06:34 AM

It is very important to have a clear perspective on weight management when dealing with scales. This post about Scaramuzza technique can prove to be very useful for those ones trying to find the perfect finger action. http://www.piano-composer-teac
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Jump to new posts Simone Dinnerstein by SiFi @ 05/22/16 06:28 AM

I was privileged to participate in a master class with Simone Dinnerstein today. I played Chopin's Fantasie Op. 49. I have lots of thoughts about Simone's comments, but most interesting to me was that she fixed on dynamic range and register as the m
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: how to regulate your grand piano by yourself ? by MacMacMac @ 05/22/16 06:03 AM

Try to find a technician. I know that's a problem, but try again. And again. Your options are really limited: 1. Get a technician to regulate the piano. 2. Try to do it yourself. In so doing, you mess things up and possibly do some damage ... requ
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
It's rather worrying knowing that the regulation may now have been made worse by inexperienced hands, but the original issue of bobbling hammers might well have been inefficient checking due to the hammer/check leather contact surface being worn smo
Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Jump to new posts TRY AGAIN by casinitaly @ 05/22/16 05:45 AM

Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Jump to new posts MODIFIED SIG by casinitaly @ 05/22/16 05:44 AM

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Played in a recital yesterday too - it's that time of year again. This was my teacher's second recital of the Spring, and is held at a big Senior Living facility that has everything from condos and apartments up to beds in a nursing home. They have r
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 42 --- General Discussion Room by Albunea @ 05/22/16 05:34 AM

Glad to hear your cat is recovering, outo. _Silvia_ I like your piece very much. Thanks for sharing your secret recipe, SamS. It all looks like a great experience. I wouldn’t have noticed the piece was a level 2. I am not a memorizer myself so c
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How do you expect your adult students to address you? by Ben Crosland @ 05/22/16 05:24 AM

All my private students, from 5yr olds to grandparents, call me Ben and I'm completely fine with it. Most of the kids I teach at high school as a peripatetic call me "Sir" or "Mr. Crosland", and I must admit I get a bit irritated
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Thom Yorke by Dara @ 05/22/16 05:23 AM

okay one of a genius of our times
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Steinway vs C. Bechstein vs Fazioli by maurus @ 05/22/16 05:21 AM

Originally Posted By Keith D KermanOriginally Posted By aliashhey, hope you can help clear up a couple of things. please do a comparison between ss c 227, bechstein c 234 and fazioli 228 in the following criteria: -treble sound -bass sound -built qu
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Seeking Used Digital Piano $350-$450 by mischeli @ 05/22/16 05:14 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 42 --- General Discussion Room by outo @ 05/22/16 05:13 AM

Finally I have the opportunity to listen to the recital! After an intensive week of treatment and being in and out of the vet clinic daily it seems my cat might have made it through even with the original poor prognosis. He had acute kidney failure
Piano Teachers Forum
For me this has always been settled amicably in advance through email. I first made contact with each of my three piano teachers through email contact. *** My first contact to them: Dear Mr./Ms. X... I'm an adult learner. Would you please teac
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: First ever (as an adult) live recital was today by ClsscLib @ 05/22/16 04:41 AM

My first performance before others mirrored your experience almost exactly. I was older than not only all of the other performers, but also their parents (and some of their grandparents). Long short: I have avoided that sort of recital ever since.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 42 --- General Discussion Room by casinitaly @ 05/22/16 04:26 AM

And here we go! What a great way to spend a morning. Thanks to all the performers - it is a pleasure and an honour to be part of such a dedicated group! 22. that'sRich - Rosemary Welcome to the recitals that'sRich, and what a great first perform
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Recital 42 --- General Discussion Room by casinitaly @ 05/22/16 04:23 AM

Originally Posted By Peyton Ahhh, there is something so divine about Bach. No one else really comes close. Very nicely done. Thanks Peyton - I know what you mean - Bach is like Chopin - there's just something that catches you and holds you. (Mind yo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ROLAND FP-30 by pirke @ 05/22/16 04:15 AM

I own a DT770 Pro 80 ohm. I tried it on the new HP/LX and RP401R (same sound engine as FP30). In both cases I needed to crank up the volume to 70-90%, but then it was loud enough, so I guess for the FP30 it will be fine as well. I wonder how the 250
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By BruceD If I had one minor quibble it comes in the second section (after the repeat) where there is a more distinct melody appearing briefly in the upper voice. I felt that the accompanying notes in the right hand could have bee
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Bach by SiFi @ 05/22/16 03:12 AM

Bach slow song and faster song and, yeah. You all heard this before anyway.
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It's not difficult to find the way through the city and those who need to, got all the informations from casinitaly but I was thinking, maybe I can offer myself for helping in person to get to the hotel? I'm not a tour guide but I know how to orienta
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Jump to new posts Re: First ever (as an adult) live recital was today by earlofmar @ 05/22/16 02:51 AM

congratulations on your recital, my story was very similar at my first recital but knowing what to expect the second time was thankfully a lot easier. Preparation is key and it is never a good idea to play a "recently learned" piece, nor to
Piano Teachers Forum
I started teaching when I was very young, and it was easiest and most comfortable just to use my first name. I'm still 100% comfortable with my first name. My younger students will automatically call me Mr. + either my last name of first (Mr. Gary).
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Rachmaninoff op 32 no 10 - una corda? by wouter79 @ 05/22/16 02:46 AM

You didn't ask but IMHO teachers should not become offensive or scream. But it may work for you. >do you guys think I should listen to my teacher and play the prelude without una corda or play it the way I like? Depends. In the end it's your cal
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